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502 1 (5) | in the interest of peace, consented to heavily "socialize" itself 503 4, 3 | irenistic dialogue, which still conserves remnants of pugnacity.~As 504 3, 2 | insensitivity to the consideration that, if a social revolution 505 4, 1 | pure and simple does not consist merely in argumentation, 506 3, 2 | according to our sincerity and consistence in the faith we profess. 507 4, 2 | extensive evolution and thus consisting only of men of good will, 508 4, 3 | adhering only to the solutions consonant with his points of impressionability.~ 509 4, 3 | dialogue.~This causes a constantly increasing decimation among 510 1, 6 | communism is nothing as a constructive force, it is something as 511 End (26) | other like sentiments" (Cont. Faust., XXII, 74, PL. 42, 512 3 (10) | remaining on guard against contagion from the unfaithful.~Thus, 513 2, 1 | deterioration, "prepares" new contaminable prospects. Naturally, communist 514 End, 7 | international communism is not contemplating, along with transshipment, 515 4, 1 | attraction or repulsion of one contender for the other. In addition 516 4, 3 | capable of frustrating all contentions but also preventing them. 517 4, 3 | phases in which the forms and contents of the interlocution between 518 4, 2 | evil, and pain to be absurd contingencies of human existence that 519 4 (25) | and simple, and polemics) continue to exist in appearance but 520 2, 2 | against it as a necessity of continued and capital importance.~ 521 App2 | Japanese invasion of Manchuria. Continuing, Commager and Morison wrote: " 522 4 (19) | St. Thomas Aquinas, Contra Gent., 111, 71.~ 523 4, 1 | vertex of these crises.~The contradiction between the ideas whose 524 End, 2 | of the dross of current contradictions.~Seen in this light, ecumenism 525 1, 10 | friction caused by the stark contrasts between the communist regimes 526 4, 3 | dialogue to the degree they contribute to preventing it from being 527 1, 5 | Marshall mission in China, contributed immensely to Soviet expansion. 528 Intro, 2 | Warsaw magazines to which he contributes and in which he attempted 529 4, 3 | formulations of "truth' contributing fragrant doctrinal incense 530 End, 4 | in which more than one contributor insinuates that, from the 531 1, 5 | that in spite of so many controls there is a continuous flow 532 3, 2 | each concrete case.~For convenience's sake, we will present 533 End, 5 | absence of thermonuclear or conventional wars, revolutions or guerrillas. 534 4, 3 | in favor of the points of convergence. He begins to see these 535 App2 | articles he has read, other conversations. Key words and phrases firmly 536 3, 2 | our eagerness to obtain conversions can only cause them sadness 537 4, 3 | dialogue," our Thomist wants to convey the irenistic ferment to 538 Intro, 3 | useful idiots," if not convinced communists. For this very 539 App2 | Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge responded to the sentiments 540 4, 2 | nations just as smaller cooperatives would on the national level. 541 End, 1 | philosophy that serves as a cornerstone for communism prepares the 542 4, 2 | relativism, and irenicism are all corollaries of one common principle: 543 2, 6 | agrarian reform, urban renewal, corporate and industrial reform,6 544 App2 | opposition of their flocks. "(Corpus Christi Caller, 12381).~ 545 4, 2 | analysis of the emotional state correlative to this utopianism since ‑‑ 546 4, 3 | are processively modified, correspondingly modifying also the meaning 547 3, 2 | elevated and dignified ‑ "corruptio optimi pessima." Some words 548 3, 2 | schism, atheism, or moral corruption might enter their souls.11 549 4, 3 | conception of man, life and the cosmos.~From the emotional point 550 4 (20) | apologetics is a kind of counterpart to bad argument and bad 551 Intro | the book Revolution and Counterrevolution and other works of Prof. 552 End, 8 | promise made to the world at Cova da Iria:~ ~"IN THE END, 553 4, 3 | desirous of producing a coveted emotional neutralization 554 4, 3 | Further exciting irenistic cravings in our Thomist, the euphoria 555 4, 2 | becoming bourgeois or by creating for all men ‑ of which he 556 App2 | compassion to embrace all loving creatures and the whole of nature 557 4, 1 | according to the twofold criterion that we will indicate later.~ 558 Intro (1)| reasons: in order to better criticize our essay, he most shamelessly 559 4, 1 | Vocabulaire Technique et Critique de la Philosophie by A. 560 4, 3 | this "crusade" without a cross, our Thomist is clearly 561 Intro (1)| Transshipment and Dialogue has also crossed the Iron Curtain. Again 562 2, 2 | danger, shuts its eyes, crosses its arms, and gives the 563 End (26) | the desire to do harm, the cruelty of vengeance, a spirit implacable 564 4, 2 | religious expeditions like the Crusades ‑‑ should be outlawed as 565 App2 | asked by other parties to crush them. We are told they are 566 2 (6) | Mendonca de Freitas, Ed. Vera Cruz, 4th edition, Sâo Paulo, 567 4, 2 | which are found in so many cultures throughout the course of 568 4 (13) | word "colloquium" (loqui cum). The Portuguese equivalent, " 569 4 (16) | souls, but the dialogue cunningly distorted by communism to 570 End, 4 | Il Dialogo Alla Prova (A Cura di Mario Gozzini, Messo 571 3, 2 | the natural delay of the cure from being added to the 572 2, 4 | ideological system the patient currently accepts, points of affinity 573 2 (8) | advanced. The successive curtailments of the right to property 574 4, 1 | camps and Iron and Bamboo Curtains, a person would have to 575 4, 3 | all the social relations customary between colleagues.~As for 576 3, 2 | by the transformation of customs, by the action of socialist 577 End, 8 | made to the world at Cova da Iria:~ ~"IN THE END, MY 578 4, 1 | dialogue) would be grave and dangerously artificial.~ ~h) Artificiality, 579 4 (16) | efforts at dialogue, and the dangers of irenicism and syncretism 580 App2 | goals of Einstein, Merton, Daniel Yankelovich (New Rules) 581 4, 1 | to his ideas?18~In such dark and painful situations, 582 4, 1 | perspicacity rather than darken it, and so aid the lucidity 583 4, 2 | arguments of this prophet of darkness are arid, confused, and 584 4, 1 | the Prophet Nathan against David, Saint Ambrose against Emperor 585 1 (5) | communist problem in our days.~The considerations that 586 1, 6 | an acknowledgment of how deadly a hypothetical Soviet thermonuclear 587 4, 3 | impossible; when the speakers deal with the matter in question, 588 4, 3 | relationship regarding the debated theme can only be argument.~ 589 Intro, 2 | simple fact that we were debating. Such advantages supposedly 590 4, 2 | logically can be predicted a debilitation of the functions of law 591 4, 3 | both parties admit that decantation of the truth will take place 592 End, 7 | Palmiro Togliatti, the now deceased secretary of the ICP.~The 593 3, 2 | have been transformed into deceitful talismans and placed at 594 App2 | movement.~For example, on December 31, 1981, Bishop Roger Mahoney 595 4, 3 | this, the speakers both decide that there is no objective 596 Intro, 1 | immediate reason why we decided to make a special study 597 1, 5 | Thus, although they were a decisive majority, the Catholics 598 App2 | in a comfortable poolside deck chair and lets his eyes 599 4, 3 | way our Thomist tries to decorate the austere Aquinan habit 600 End, 8 | that the irenic content decreases as the word loses its talismanic 601 3 (11) | vigilance of the bishops (cf. "Decreto Conciliar de Ecumenismo," 602 2 (8) | childish for someone to deduce from that prohibition that 603 1, 4 | philosophical sect which deduces from its erroneous principles 604 Intro, 2 | movement Pax of Poland, deemed it necessary to immunize 605 4, 2 | lingering over or delving deeply into anything. Furthermore, 606 2, 8 | to Marxism is an old and deeprooted phenomenon. It essentially 607 4, 3 | campaign of silence, ostracism, defamation, insult. And everything 608 2, 2 | themselves, misunderstood, defamed and isolated from other 609 1, 5 | Russia have succeeded in defeating the Nazi invader if it did 610 1, 10 | 10. Defeatism Vs. Love of True Peace~ ~ 611 1, 6 | it often happens that the defeats experienced by one side 612 4 (20) | Thus, apologetics must be defended, mutatis mutandis, exactly 613 4 (20) | immoderation in praising or defending something, or in vituperating 614 App2 | weapons are a legitimate defensive strategy. The National Conference 615 4, 1 | various camps is synthesized, defined, becomes more profound, 616 4, 2 | relativistic interpretations that deform and undermine it. The ally 617 3, 2 | talismanic word with a slightly deformed meaning, or applaud its 618 4, 1 | St. Augustine, De Civ. Dei, XIX, c. 13) ‑ than extinguishing 619 End, 8 | homage of love, and that She deign to use it, however insignificant 620 4, 2 | and to endure the weary delays of such a task.~ ~ 621 4, 3 | is such that it awakens a delightful emotion in countless souls 622 End, 4 | the bad will not have the delights of peaceful coexistence, 623 4, 2 | enjoy lingering over or delving deeply into anything. Furthermore, 624 Intro, 1 | coexistence, ecumenism, Christian Democracy, third force, and so on. 625 2, 2 | allies in the struggle to demolish the existing order of things 626 4 (18) | vécu" ‑ Paul Bourget, Le Démon du Midi, Librairie Plon, 627 App2 | they are led by communist demons.~"Then there is the oncoming 628 1, 5 | in those elections. As we demonstrated at the time in an article 629 4, 1 | this very order. Whoever denies the licitness of argument 630 4, 2 | proletarians, they have a common denominator precisely in this point.~ 631 2 (6) | senses, which can merely denote a just and proportional 632 1, 3 | revolution. Anticommunists must denounce, prevent and stop the process 633 App2 | of 1928 wherein nations denounced war as an "instrument of 634 4, 1 | the open and categorical denouncement of everything false in error 635 End (26) | In reality, however, we deny that the options confronting 636 End, 8 | PRIMARY MEANING OF ALIENATION~(DEPENDENCE ON ANOTHER)~AND TO BELIEVE 637 4, 3 | his effort of persuasion depends only on the elimination 638 4 (22) | virtue. There are many who, deploring the discord within the human 639 4, 1 | apprehension rising from the depths of his soul: Are we not 640 1, 7 | most serious difficulties deriving from profound causes, some 641 3 (10) | created by the same God and descending from the same first parents, 642 App2 | unconventional way (sic). I'm describing the individuals, networks, 643 4, 3 | will be followed by the description of its corresponding phase 644 3, 2 | love of neighbor, no one deserves more love than the brother 645 4, 1 | of "dialogue"? "Argument" designates one of the modalities of 646 4, 2 | accordance with the highest designs of God's kindness, justice, 647 4, 3 | further that the Thomist, desiring to convince the other party, 648 4, 3 | their natural end. As he is desirous of producing a coveted emotional 649 1 (5) | hand, if Russia, for now desisting from a suicidal war, wants 650 App2 | makeshift wall of fantasies. Despite the tranquil ambience of 651 End, 2 | of truth in each one and despoiled of the dross of current 652 4, 2 | has invited to a superior destiny, is neither in the integrity 653 4, 1 | professes them, and thereby destroys a whole series of prejudices 654 4, 3 | scrutinizing the most insignificant details ‑ what he calls the "existentialist 655 End, 8 | implicit, one who knows how can detect, characterize, and expose 656 3 (11) | Vatican Council II, which determined that the task of better 657 4, 1 | impossible to use it without determining precisely which meaning 658 3, 2 | those of certain rightly detested privileges. To illustrate, 659 4 (16) | distorted by communism to deviate or keep people from the 660 1 (5) | could well be, as it were, a device for exerting a double psychological 661 4 (21) | Louis de Montfort, True Devotion to Mary, Montfort Publications, 662 4, 3 | apostolate, and therefore dexterous in managing "dialogue". 663 4, 3 | and what unites us. And by dexterously using charity one must know 664 End, 4 | Dialogo Alla Prova (A Cura di Mario Gozzini, Messo Secolo, 665 4, 1 | dialogos is composed of dia, meaning "separation" or " 666 4, 1 | meaning it is to have (see "Dialectique," Vocabulaire Technique 667 4, 3 | Thomist, the euphoria of dialoging and the talismanic prestige 668 4, 1 | Dialogue"~ ~The Greek word dialogos is composed of dia, meaning " 669 4, 3 | only the successive ways of dialoguing but the very content of 670 1 (3) | V.D., then Archbishop of Diamantina, and Most Reverend Msgr. 671 Intro, 1 | felt an urgent need, as if dictated by conscience, to protest 672 End, 7 | by the Polish communist dictator Gomulka, a politics of temporization 673 1, 9 | violent methods and the dictatorial character of presentday 674 4, 1 | dialogue" (according to the dictionaries) has come to broadly apply 675 4, 2 | will in which all argument dies and men only dialogue among 676 4, 1 | 2. Or, that the speakers differ on a certain subject and 677 4 (16) | we make of bad dialogue differentiate it fundamentally from the 678 2 | method of persuasion, it differs from the "classical" methods 679 1, 1 | stumble over a preliminary difficulty when they settle down to 680 End, 8 | obliquely, that is, only in its diluted and implicit manifestations, 681 4, 3 | unity and at the same time diminish the desire for truth. In 682 4 (19) | of man would be greatly diminished both as regards his understanding, 683 Intro, 4 | is "ideological" in the diminutae rationis sense of the word.~ 684 1, 9 | whether it be a bearded, dirty, shabby revolutionary thirsty 685 4 (15) | which the interlocutors disagree, but rather one about which 686 4, 3 | reason. The existentialist disagrees with the Thomist position. 687 End, 8 | AND PRIVATE PROPERTY WILL~DISALIENATE HIM, MAKE HIM ABSOLUTELY 688 End, 8 | trivial uses this content disappears. Thus, the relativistic 689 4, 1 | classification criteria or is disappointed at the lack of some other 690 3, 2 | a social revolution;~- a disaster like famine or disease.~ ~* 691 1, 5 | received from the West. The disastrous policies of the late president 692 4, 3 | intelligence that allows him to discern the profound evils of argument 693 4, 2 | society, to make dedicated disciples of Marx from most of the 694 App2 | discovered "paradise."~To his discomfiture, the world of reality from 695 Intro, 1 | Furthermore, it is used in such disconcertingly daring ways and with so 696 2, 1 | exploit various factors of discontent and agitation. This is done 697 2, 2 | aiming at disorganizing, discouraging and reducing them to inaction. 698 App2 | companionship in his newly discovered "paradise."~To his discomfiture, 699 Intro, 3 | themselves are gradually discovering or deepening their knowledge 700 App2 | question without trying to discredit anyone or anything ‑ without 701 1, 5 | to see how this failure discredits communism both with the 702 4, 2 | or underestimate his real discrepancies with others, leads to a 703 4, 3 | the "antipathetic" and "discriminatory" manner of medieval Thomism, 704 3 (11) | theological matters might be discussed, does no rest on just any 705 1, 5 | representatives. We are not discussing whether this maneuver is 706 4 (25) | investigation, argumentdialogue, discussion pure and simple, and polemics) 707 4, 1 | It is in no way licit to disdain the use of contrast when 708 3, 2 | disaster like famine or disease.~ ~* Regarding ideological 709 4, 3 | opinion? Doesn't it tend to disfigure the militant character of 710 1 (2) | exploited by ICP. In Italy this disguises its materialistic and atheistic 711 App2 | the sentiments of a nation disgusted with the carnage of the 712 4, 1 | meaning "separation" or "disjunction," and logos, meaning "word." 713 2, 2 | under its command, and in dismantling and neutralizing countless 714 1, 6 | very nature, the forces of disorder and revolution are less 715 4, 3 | discord and war? Doesn't it disorganize public opinion? Doesn't 716 2, 2 | psychological offensive aiming at disorganizing, discouraging and reducing 717 4, 3 | element of pugnacity which displeases the irenistic emotionality.~ 718 1, 5 | persuasion" it had at its disposal, the government directly 719 4, 3 | be observed in speakers disposed to argue. This fermentation, 720 1, 6 | through its own natural disposition Russia, as a thermonuclear 721 4, 1 | ideal if there never were dissentions, disputes, or struggles 722 1, 5 | small groups of communist dissidents. Thus, all communist vote 723 End, 6 | the enigmatic character is dissipated, and these talismanic terms 724 4, 3 | principal role. To the degree it dissipates doctrinal errors it comes 725 4, 3 | problems by smiling, and dissipating the most inveterate prejudices 726 4, 2 | Evolutionist Utopianism~ ~The dissolution of the State in its present 727 App2 | while sitting at the least distance possible from a nearby table 728 4 (14) | entertainment has only a distant relationship with the platonic 729 Intro, 1 | observations revealed to us a distinct line of consistency and 730 4, 1 | Polemics~ ~There are also distinctions to make regarding argument, 731 2, 5 | everything that separates men and distinguishes them in a proportionate 732 4, 3 | this irenistic emotionality distorts the meaning of argument-dialogue 733 2, 2 | undisguisable, this inattentive and distracted majority might be jolted 734 3, 3 | uses or hears it, would disturb and impede ipso facto the 735 4, 1 | most sinister causes of disturbances, quarrels, and prolonged, 736 3, 2 | current ones to fall into disuse. Those who formerly would 737 Intro, 1 | there made us feel that the diversiform twisting of the word dialogue 738 4 (22) | side all the questions that divide men, they pretend not only 739 3 (10) | fraternal bonds' precedence over divisions, and thus it is a useful 740 2, 7 | moral liberalism facilitates divorce, adultery, and the revolt 741 End, 8 | the talismanic word by divulging his discovery. By making 742 4, 3 | by a series of easy and dizzying successes.~Appeal and optimism 743 Intro (1)| association, which constitutes a docile tool in the hands of the 744 4, 3 | Saint Thomas: the common doctor seen inside out.~But in 745 Intro | in 1908. He received his doctorate in Law from the Law School 746 4, 2 | the internal friction of doctrines or forces that are at the 747 App2 | is some kind of external dogma. The Aquarian Conspiracy 748 2, 7 | the revolt of children and domestic servants. Mentalities thus 749 1 (2) | danger of a war continues to dominate the Peninsula's political 750 End (26) | Moscow.~If public opinion, dominated by the fear-sympathy syndrome 751 1, 5 | both with the peoples it dominates and with world public opinion.~ ~ 752 3, 2 | to the risk of communism dominating the world before the silence 753 1, 7 | communist plan of universal domination faces considerable risks 754 End (26) | reprisals, the passion for dominion, and other like sentiments" ( 755 2, 7 | control. However, communists don't see it this way. For them, 756 1 (5) | a device for exerting a double psychological pressure on 757 4 (16) | encyclical ‑ could have doubted his apprehensions. There 758 3, 2 | confide more in morally doubtful techniques than in the supernatural 759 3, 2 | own Catholic brethren to doubts about their faith, persuading 760 App2 | recent years, it has moved dramatically and swiftly from the company 761 4, 3 | price be obtained? Will not drastic means be necessary to implant 762 2, 6 | reform,6 society as a whole draws closer to the communist 763 3, 2 | class;~‑ a particularly dreadful risk, like that of a social 764 4, 2 | on science and technology dreamed of by utopianism includes 765 App2 | time now his mind has been drinking from this side of the ideological 766 1, 5 | presidential elections there was a drop in the overall Marxist vote; 767 End, 2 | one and despoiled of the dross of current contradictions.~ 768 4, 3 | as if they had taken a drug.~The word "dialogue" is 769 4 (18) | Paul Bourget, Le Démon du Midi, Librairie Plon, Paris, 770 App2 | Commencement to Armageddon, Ronnie Dugger, Editor, Texas Observer, 771 4 (16) | easy to see that Paul VI dwells longer on argumentdialogue, 772 4, 2 | through its own natural dynamism, it takes on a Hegelian 773 Intro, 4 | ample and radical mode, e.g. when its victim merely becomes 774 3, 2 | the supernatural in our eagerness to obtain conversions can 775 4, 3 | mirage we have mentioned earlier in this chapter (item 2, 776 4, 3 | optimism and its longings for ease and well‑being, it is predisposed 777 App2 | lead inevitably to a WestEast nuclear confrontation ‑ 778 4, 1 | silence and a time to speak" (Eccle. 3:7). Applying this principle 779 App2 | of the West have become economically healthy through the use 780 4, 2 | á outrance;" he is ultraecumenical and ultrairenical. None 781 3 (11) | cf. "Decreto Conciliar de Ecumenismo," November 21, 1964, no. 782 2 (6) | Luiz Mendonca de Freitas, Ed. Vera Cruz, 4th edition, 783 1, 6 | and shapeless ruins, the edifice of socialism which Marx, 784 Intro (1)| de la Presse Polonaise, edited in Warsaw by the "Pax" association. 785 4, 1 | Defense of Catholic Action (Editora Ave Maria, São Paulo, 1943), 786 End, 4 | Messo Secolo, Vallecchi Editore Florence, 1964), in which 787 1, 5 | pressured newspaper and magazine editors, as well as radio and television 788 4, 1 | regardless of the degree of education. As the years pass, the 789 Intro, 1 | disconcerting use of these words as efficacious and subtle as a talisman, 790 4, 1 | opened to his real state, efficaciously inviting him to return to 791 3, 2 | Considering only the apostolic efficiency of these illegitimate ruses, 792 End, 8 | this process the means to efficiently defend themselves.~ ~* * *~ ~ 793 App2 | scientific advisor to Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy and Johnson said, ' 794 4, 1 | the form of intellectual elaboration that two or more speakers, 795 3, 1 | way, by applying certain elastic words with a very astute 796 1, 5 | communist majority was freely elected by the illustrious Polish 797 End, 8 | seduction is as though it were electrically charged, is only attractive 798 4 (24) | Frivolity is always an evil. Elegance and refinement are praiseworthy 799 4, 2 | aspect. It invites him to elevate and to perfect his soul 800 4, 3 | it seeks to produce the elevation of both to a "truth" on 801 4, 3 | irenicism becomes relativism, he eliminates argumentdialogue, which 802 App2 | Steele Commager and Samuel Elliot Morison, "the Washington 803 1 (5) | marginal commentary which can elucidate an important aspect of the 804 4, 1 | indispensable means for the elucidation of truth in human convivium. 805 4, 3 | that, even when they are in embryo form, make him so susceptible 806 End | conclusion clearly and easily emerges that communism is the great 807 App2 | reports or rumors of "wars;" "emerging" nations at odds with "underdeveloped" 808 4, 1 | the Holy Ghost raised up eminent polemists in the Church 809 4, 3 | order of things in which empathy, of which the fullness is 810 4, 1 | David, Saint Ambrose against Emperor Theodosius, Saint Gregory 811 4, 3 | being, it is predisposed to emphatically admire the irenic apostle.~ 812 App2 | weapons and the "threat" to employ them.~Even more radical 813 Intro, 1 | and widely used artifice employed by communism in its incessant 814 2 (6) | landowners; the participation of employees in the profits, management, 815 4, 3 | irenicist, this kind of Catholic employs counter‑productive and old‑ 816 3 (11) | only sufficient study to enable them to go unscathed by 817 4, 1 | tournament or a battle.~This enables one to see that argument 818 4, 3 | everything like a toy whose enchantment grows as he plays with it.~ 819 4, 3 | argumentdialogue in order to encompass only dialogueentertainment 820 2, 4 | the new ideology will only encounter secondary obstacles.~During 821 4, 2 | positive final result would encourage men enough to peaceably 822 2 (6) | enterprise, as long as it is encouraged where appropriate and not 823 1, 8 | countries, has not led to encouraging results. As we have seen, 824 4, 3 | takes another step in his endeavor to dialogue.~He now begins 825 | ending 826 App2 | National Conference of Bishops endorsed the Vatican II Council's 827 4, 3 | talisman it automatically endows those who use it with its 828 4 (16) | apprehensions. There Paul VI energetically affirms: "The sword of the 829 4, 3 | flock. His intransigence, energy, and suspicion are reserved 830 4, 1 | Thus man, when arguing, engages himself totally, not just 831 2, 7 | complete freedom will no longer engender inequalities. For communists, 832 4, 1 | talismanic meanings are then engendered one from the other under 833 3, 2 | television considerably enhanced. For this reason the person 834 End, 6 | talismanic words are used enigmatically in many circumstances. But 835 3, 2 | and the urgent need to enlighten and teach them;~‑ the possibility 836 4, 1 | serenity, at other times it is ennobled in the light of a fiery 837 4, 2 | fundamental force for the ennoblement of man in every aspect. 838 3 (10) | authority of the Church, the enormous gravity of error or revolt 839 4, 3 | of irenicism, receives an enrichment that is not contrary to 840 1, 10 | judicious accords that do not entail a renunciation of the fundamental 841 3, 2 | moral consequences that it entails;~‑ the risk that the growing 842 2, 2 | militant anti-communists from entering the fight. These two results 843 2, 5 | communist regime once it enters the phase of state capitalism 844 End, 8 | exists in the mind of its enthusiasts ‑ Since its advance is barred 845 Intro, 2 | 1965), Mr. Z. Czajkowski enumerated the advantages that he saw 846 4, 3 | considered in the abstract. The enunciation of each phase of the process 847 4, 2 | cooperativist state of affairs envisioned by Communism as the ideal 848 2, 5 | produced by man's tendency to envy and revoltlogically leads 849 4, 1 | Doesn't Omnia possum in eo qui me comfortat (Philip. 850 4 (15) | occasional and sporadic episode relative to some aspect 851 4, 1 | recurret," said Horace tersely (Epist., 1, 10,24). By not fearing 852 End, 8 | ABSOLUTELY FREE~AND ABSOLUTELY EQUAL~ ~~ ~~~ ~~~  ~ ~ ~ ULTIMATE 853 4, 2 | circumscribed, they are not eradicable from this world, as taught 854 4, 2 | political spheres. Men who err neither intellectually nor 855 4, 2 | course of history, and which erupted in the West with marked 856 4 (21) | persecuted his brother Abel, and Esau his brother Jacob, who are 857 App2 | alternative. It is the ultimate escape from reason and logic.~This 858 App2 | reality from which he had escaped by jet only a day before 859 4, 3 | the most dangerous of all essentialists.~These are the wiles of 860 End (26) | preserve peace, the worldwide establishment of Communism.~This supreme 861 1, 6 | telegram of the same date to 0 Estado de S. Paulo). This is an 862 End, 8 | TRIUMPH!"~ ~ ~MAN ALIENATED (ESTRANGED) BY THE UNNATURAL~AND ANTI‑ 863 4, 3 | cravings in our Thomist, the euphoria of dialoging and the talismanic 864 1, 5 | by a revolution. In other European countries, Russia, one of 865 Intro, 2 | submit for the reader's evaluation.~ ~ 866 App2 | mainline Protestant and Evangelical churches into the quiet 867 1 (5) | struggle. With each new event of importance that occurs 868 4, 3 | thus becomes the center of events, and everyone's attention 869 4, 3 | ultimate meaning, "dialogue" evolves to become increasingly identified 870 Intro, 3 | they know that they are "evolving" ideologically. But it seems 871 4, 2 | relativism.~In fact, the exacerbated desire for unanimous, universal, 872 2, 5 | lead in its last phase.~The exacerbation of the appetite for Equality ‑ 873 4, 1 | when they are bad ‑ all the exacerbations that are censurable in argument 874 4, 3 | the irenicist increasingly exaggerates the importance of the cordiality 875 End, 1 | syndrome.~It would be an exaggeration to say that the victim of 876 4 (15) | Dialogueinvestigation does not examine a subject about which the 877 1, 5 | overcome serious obstacles. Examples:~ ~6.     The Unresponsiveness 878 App2 | Soviet Union, has long since exceeded the bounds of justice and 879 End, 2 | ecumenism" clearly has an excellent meaning in itself (cf. Ch. 880 3, 4 | 4. An Exception About the Use of the Word 881 End, 1 | the talismanic word only exceptionally results in mere preparation. 882 2, 6 | laudable pretext of destroying excessive inequalities and privileges, 883 4 (24) | sense, that is, of a person excessively attached to an elegant, 884 4, 1 | when it merely seeks the exchange of information or to entertain 885 4, 3 | action more useful than exchanging arguments in a smooth irenistic 886 3, 3 | in the emotion which it excites. Reflection, drawing towards 887 4, 3 | radical relativism. Further exciting irenistic cravings in our 888 App1 | Irenistic cordiality is made the exclusive factor of persuasion: relativism.~~ ~~~~ 889 App2 | manifold crisis, no one can be excused. If twenty years from now, 890 4, 1 | as there are few who are exempt from any antipathy towards 891 2, 2 | sect cannot be content with exercising the above described neutralizing 892 1, 9 | Free World, continues to exert all its power of intimidation, 893 1 (5) | as it were, a device for exerting a double psychological pressure 894 4, 2 | let them go. Nevertheless, exhausted by class struggle and fearing 895 4 (19) | proper end. If nothing evil existed in things, the good of man 896 3, 3 | talismanic word can be "exorcised" through its analysis. Thus, 897 3, 3 | B. Analysis "Exorcises" the Magic Power of the 898 1 (5) | highest interests of communist expansionism. To understand the plausibility 899 2, 3 | somewhat favorable attitude of expectancy. The fruit of the process 900 4, 2 | combative and religious expeditions like the Crusades ‑‑ should 901 4, 1 | redoubled strength: "Naturam expelles furca, tamen usque recurret," 902 1, 6 | happens that the defeats experienced by one side are not necessarily 903 4, 3 | presented as a perfect and agile expert on the most recent tactics 904 4, 3 | Manipulated thus by the experts of this linguistics, what 905 4, 2 | This appetite is quite explainable since each being, because 906 4, 1 | of ideas. This is easily explained from the moral standpoint, 907 Intro, 2 | The point of reference explaining and ordering the entire 908 4 (16) | passing, it nevertheless explicitly rejects irenicism and shows 909 End, 8 | barred from the ways of explicitness, the irenic myth, incubated 910 4, 2 | This condition is highly exploitable by communism through the 911 4, 3 | brilliance.~As a rule, the exploiter of the talismanic word ‑ 912 4, 2 | Western world, communism exploits the emotional circumstances 913 App2 | the Manhattan Project's Explosive Division and a scientific 914 End, 8 | Once the myth has been exposed, its influence becomes null 915 3, 2 | indifferent to the risk of exposing our own Catholic brethren 916 2, 1 | handful of adepts begins to expound communist doctrine openly. 917 3 (10) | nature of this separation is expressed with admirable moral and 918 4, 2 | clarity in thinking and expressing what one thinks really leads 919 2 (6) | We do not take the expressions "agrarian reform," "business 920 4 (22) | 488).~Paul VI also speaks expressively about this irenicism in 921 3, 2 | our defeat, to renounce expressly or tacitly the institution 922 4, 3 | talismanic word is irenistic, it extends itself from irenistic argument‑ 923 3 (10) | talismanic mutilation of the real extent of this separation. This 924 3, 2 | process all the interior and exterior changes of attitude toward 925 App2 | nuclear holocaust... and the extermination of the human race.~"Is the 926 App2 | something that is some kind of external dogma. The Aquarian Conspiracy 927 4, 1 | Dei, XIX, c. 13) ‑ than extinguishing among men the true and the 928 4, 2 | goes further and seeks to extirpate any and all militant character 929 3, 2 | solutions, the violent panaceas extolled by demagogy and effective 930 2, 2 | organizations appear emotional and extremist to the greater part of the 931 End, 8 | experiment, where the human eye looks at a translucent cloth 932 1 (2) | majority of the population, facilitate the expansion of the Communist 933 2, 7 | degree that moral liberalism facilitates divorce, adultery, and the 934 1, 10 | in the Free World, thus facilitating an accommodation between 935 4, 2 | Moreover, as the utopianist fails to consider the existence 936 4 (20) | value, a kind of Christian fairy tale. One can easily see 937 2, 5 | laws is created in him. Fallen human nature easily tends 938 Intro, 3 | abyss into which they are falling and would step back.~Only 939 4, 1 | noisy character and easily falls into personal attack when 940 4 (16) | syncretism as elements of falsification of the dialogue of salvation, 941 3, 2 | and invaluable personal, familiar, or regional peculiarities 942 3, 2 | revolution;~- a disaster like famine or disease.~ ~* Regarding 943 2, 1 | indoctrination forms a group of fanaticized recruits. The party is established; 944 App2 | breached his makeshift wall of fantasies. Despite the tranquil ambience 945 2 (6) | conditions of city workers, farm workers, small rural landowners, 946 1, 5 | which would supposedly fascinate them so easily. The fact 947 4, 3 | counter‑productive and oldfashioned methods of apostolate because 948 4, 3 | countless souls that holds them fast, and from which they have 949 3, 2 | prin ciples to avoid the fatal consequences of our defeat, 950 End, 8 | We ask Our Lady of Fatima to receive this study as 951 End (26) | like sentiments" (Cont. Faust., XXII, 74, PL. 42, 447). 952 4 (18) | ll faut vivre comme on pense, sinon, 953 End (26) | opinion, dominated by the fear-sympathy syndrome and intoxicated 954 Intro, 2 | in Catolicismo (no. 170, Feb. 1965), Mr. Z. Czajkowski 955 4, 3 | serve as mere pretexts for feeding and increasing the irenic 956 App2 | life, according to Marilyn Ferguson in "The Aquarian Conspiracy: 957 4, 3 | to convey the irenistic ferment to his other types of relations 958 End, 4 | inflexible rigors of the most ferocious persecution.~ ~ 959 End (26) | inimical to all peace, the ferocity of reprisals, the passion 960 End, 7 | religion by a violent and feverish campaign. In view of the 961 4, 1 | gave us (cf. John 8 and ff.). Thus, to never argue 962 4 (23) | to Plato. "Habent suafata fibelli, " says the proverb. "Habent 963 1 (5) | cause vibrations in the fibers of soul sympathetic to communism 964 4, 3 | prestige and brilliance.~ ~e) Fifth EffectTendency to Abuse 965 4 (21) | brother Jacob, who are the figures of the reprobate and the 966 1, 5 | electoral campaign. The rank‑and‑file voter of the opposition - 967 End, 8 | receive this study as a filial homage of love, and that 968 2, 1 | minority. While communism fills its ranks with this minority, 969 1, 5 | have not lacked immense financial resources and the best technicians 970 4 (18) | pense, sinon, Ot ou tard, on finit par penser comme on a vécu" ‑ 971 1, 5 | defeat at the hands of tiny Finland in 1939. How can one be 972 4, 1 | expression and, in turn, fire up controversies of great 973 3 (11) | who are also sufficiently firm in the theological virtue 974 App2 | conversations. Key words and phrases firmly rooted in his subconscious 975 1 (5) | visible causes to see how it fits into the new methods and 976 4, 1 | good and evil, and the fittingness of logic to lead man to 977 Intro, 1 | and forced way around a fixed point of legitimate residual 978 Intro, 1 | to protest against such a flagrant violation of the rules of 979 4, 3 | habit with a Kierkegaardian flamula and to put Saint Thomas 980 End, 6 | having a Marxist and Hegelian flavor.~ ~ 981 1, 6 | attack. His victim tends to flee rather than fight back. 982 4, 1 | they will also be men of flesh and blood, who will constitute 983 4, 3 | irenic apostle as having a flexible and lucid intelligence that 984 App2 | vocal opposition of their flocks. "(Corpus Christi Caller, 985 End, 4 | Secolo, Vallecchi Editore Florence, 1964), in which more than 986 1, 5 | controls there is a continuous flow of refugees who face the 987 4, 3 | the speaker bitten by the fly of irenicism, the other 988 4, 3 | everyone's attention is focused on him. The press, the radio, 989 4, 3 | puts all his effort into focusing on what is common to both 990 4, 3 | their staying outside the fold.~ ~Hatred for the Most Ardent 991 1, 5 | complemented by the enigmatic follies of the Marshall mission 992 4, 2 | by Communism as the ideal following the dictatorship of the 993 3, 2 | developed processively as follows.~ ~ 994 4, 3 | and chain on a prisoner's foot. The relations with the 995 4 (22) | confusion reigning in souls, are forcefully impelled by an ardent desire 996 App2 | by Thomas Merton. James Forest summarizes Merton's thoughts: " 997 4, 1 | other to, according to the formula of Saint Remigius, "Burn 998 4, 3 | and being more a matter of formulation than substance. Ultimately, 999 4, 2 | this point.~Through his fortune, social position, and political 1000 1, 5 | Failure in Organizing and Fostering Production~ ~Communism, 1001 1 (3) | CounterRevolution (The Foundation for a Christian Civilization, 1002 2, 2 | Communism was very successful in founding parties practically all


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