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Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira
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1003 4, 3 | of "truth' contributing fragrant doctrinal incense to this 1004 4, 3 | Apathy, the Psychological Framework of the Talismanic Word in 1005 App2 | Britain, the Soviet Union, France and the United Nations. 1006 4, 1 | Saint Bernard, and Saint Francis de Sales.~ ~1) Argument 1007 End (26) | civilization, then it must be frankly recognized that the human 1008 4, 3 | thing. Everything would be fraternally and lovingly absorbed in 1009 1, 5 | violence, astuteness, and fraud, rather than by an ideological 1010 End (26) | relativistic view of religionfraudulently introduced in then by the 1011 2, 5 | the French Revolution are fraught with stimuli toward it. 1012 App2 | limitation. Today we call it a "freeze." The second was detente, 1013 2 (6) | Oliveira, and Luiz Mendonca de Freitas, Ed. Vera Cruz, 4th edition, 1014 3, 2 | using it with increasing frequency for every application, and 1015 4, 1 | right of virtue or to the frequent interference of sin.~If 1016 4, 3 | produced, and through new frictions with antithetical formulations 1017 4, 3 | a precarious and budding friendship. He will seek to attack 1018 2, 4 | realize it, he won't be frightened;~‑ imagines that he is acting 1019 4 (24) | often frivolous social life. Frivolity is always an evil. Elegance 1020 App2 | table which supports his frosty refreshment, he begins to 1021 4, 1 | VII against Napoleon. Many fruitful graces have derived from 1022 3, 3 | sensible and imaginative fruition of the word. Keeping its 1023 4, 1 | clashes are, in themselves, fruits of original sin. It would 1024 End, 8 | communist maneuver will be frustrated.~This book was written with 1025 4, 3 | would not only be capable of frustrating all contentions but also 1026 3, 2 | us to choose between the fulfillment of our duty as Christians 1027 4, 1 | authentically militant, in the fullest sense of the word, is inherent 1028 4, 2 | predicted a debilitation of the functions of law and justice so extensive 1029 4, 1 | strength: "Naturam expelles furca, tamen usque recurret," 1030 App2 | something of what I have gained. After all, a part of something 1031 App2 | nuclear war.~Among the tenets gaining acceptance by the general 1032 3, 2 | brothers in the faith" (Gal. 6:10);~ ‑ Insensitivity 1033 1 (4) | ideology of certain "avant‑garde" personages of the French 1034 2, 2 | communism. The communists try to gather the "useful idiots" into 1035 Intro, 1 | observations and notes we gathered here and there made us feel 1036 4, 1 | example our Divine Master gave us (cf. John 8 and ff.). 1037 4, 1 | that persons from different generations understand them in different 1038 4, 2 | tendency for what we could generically and perhaps somewhat loosely 1039 4, 1 | I will put enmities" ‑‑ Genesis, 3:15) and to the earthly 1040 4 (19) | Thomas Aquinas, Contra Gent., 111, 71.~ 1041 App2 | is overwhelmingly likely. George Kistiakowsky, who was head 1042 1, 5 | have conquered powerful Germany all by themselves?~Military 1043 2, 5 | this, and the ideological germs bequeathed to the world 1044 2 | TRANSSHIPMENT~ ~ ~ ~ ~In order to get a precise focus on what 1045 4, 1 | good of souls, the Holy Ghost raised up eminent polemists 1046 4, 3 | actions. He seems to have the gift of resolving the most difficult 1047 4, 2 | would be independent and gifted with stable and happy living 1048 4, 1 | secretary of State, Msgr. Giovanni Battista Montini, later 1049 End, 3 | interesting article of Rev. Fr. Giuseppe De Rosa, S.J., entitled " 1050 4, 3 | radio, and the television gladly feature him certain of pleasing 1051 4, 3 | reality.~With a magnifying glass our irenicist begins to 1052 Intro, 2 | then we were only able to glimpse, was laid bare.~Whereas 1053 4, 1 | the ideas whose truth he glimpses and the life he leads seems 1054 4, 2 | leaning toward socialism and glimpsing possibilities of a pact 1055 4, 3 | the two professors, and it glitters with the many seductions 1056 App2 | dialogue." From one end of the globe to the other there is an 1057 4, 3 | ireno ‑talismanic sense that glows with all the appeal of the 1058 4 (23) | lead those who use it to a gnosticplatonic religious position 1059 1, 5 | as a lesser evil, namely "Gomulkian" representatives. We are 1060 End, 4 | Alla Prova (A Cura di Mario Gozzini, Messo Secolo, Vallecchi 1061 4, 2 | by the Faith, elevated by grace, and developed according 1062 4, 3 | new ones resulting in a grandiose process of universal distillation 1063 2 (8) | A graphic example of the efficacy 1064 3 (10) | the Church, the enormous gravity of error or revolt against 1065 1 (5) | the split between the two "greats" of Communism presents, 1066 4, 1 | Emperor Theodosius, Saint Gregory VII against Henry IV, and 1067 3, 2 | the gradual but systematic grinding away of the rights of persons, 1068 4, 3 | irenistic interlocutor, gripped by the hidden content of 1069 4, 3 | He now begins to consider groundless the doctrinal differences 1070 4, 3 | a toy whose enchantment grows as he plays with it.~The 1071 4, 3 | remove all prejudices, and guarantees its user the glory of persuading 1072 3 (10) | the faithful remaining on guard against contagion from the 1073 End, 5 | conventional wars, revolutions or guerrillas. It has a doctrine and both 1074 4, 3 | an unperceived evolution, guided by the talismanic word " 1075 Intro, 2 | thus became clear, and the guileful process of psychological 1076 3, 2 | persuading them ‑ under the guise of peaceful coexistence 1077 4, 3 | decorate the austere Aquinan habit with a Kierkegaardian flamula 1078 4, 1 | investigate, study, analyze. Habitually, the emotional attitude 1079 2, 1 | been prepared, the initial handful of adepts begins to expound 1080 1, 5 | and finally, the shameful handing over of power to Allende 1081 4, 3 | without realizing what has happened in his mind, he has become 1082 End, 4 | These are the bad, the hard‑hearted, and the intransigent.~ 1083 App2 | Republican Party of Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge responded 1084 4 (16) | certain interlocutors, the hardness of those who close their 1085 App2 | The Aquarian Conspiracy harmonizes well with the goals of Einstein, 1086 2, 8 | marked by an unprecedented haste. Unperceived ideological 1087 3, 2 | mean that one should not hasten to apply them. But it is 1088 4, 3 | points of apathy. Simplistic, hasty, and peevish, like every 1089 2, 5 | overemphasized, one soon comes to hate everything that separates 1090 4, 1 | prolonged, inextricable and hateful fights. It is known that 1091 App2 | satellite news reporting.~The headlines have breached his makeshift 1092 Intro, 2 | exactly like what we had heard or read about dialogue. 1093 3, 3 | attention of whoever uses or hears it, would disturb and impede 1094 End, 4 | These are the bad, the hard‑hearted, and the intransigent.~One 1095 1, 9 | vengeance or a cold‑blooded, heartless soldier ready to set off 1096 2, 6 | of egalitarianism becomes heavier and more destructive through 1097 1 (5) | interest of peace, consented to heavily "socialize" itself while 1098 1, 6 | the Marxist plan of world hegemony, reducing the specter of 1099 4, 3 | Whoever strives to mount the heights of celebrity on the wings 1100 1, 5 | these elections were not held in an atmosphere of real 1101 2, 6 | over public opinion, can be helped by so‑called reforms of 1102 4, 3 | controversy and only capable of helping keep the cordial treatment 1103 | Hence 1104 1, 5 | clergy led by Cardinal Silva Henriquez (who went so far as to authorize 1105 App2 | idea of "consciousness" heretofore restricted to a part of 1106 End (26) | goods of this life, than heroic fidelity in the face of 1107 4, 1 | for man. Man frequently hesitates when he reaches the vertex 1108 4, 1 | differences of conviction create a heterogeneity between the two that is 1109 4, 2 | which tends to make everyone hide or underestimate his real 1110 3, 3 | continues to be a vehicle and a hiding place for its increasing 1111 4, 1 | compensates for the countless hindrances caused by the existence 1112 App2 | to live the life of the "hippies," a communal good life bound 1113 4, 1 | their most prominent and historically important forms, argument 1114 4 (20) | to the field of religious historiography. Thus one frequently sees 1115 1, 5 | there was no possibility of holding a really free electoral 1116 4, 3 | in countless souls that holds them fast, and from which 1117 3 (10) | that a Catholic magazine in Holland aptly wondered when we would 1118 End, 8 | receive this study as a filial homage of love, and that She deign 1119 2, 7 | ground for communism. The home is effectively destroyed 1120 End, 7 | movement. The religious homogeneity of Poland creates problems 1121 1, 5 | taken power by means of honest, straightforward elections. 1122 4, 1 | the Church who enjoy the honor of being raised to the altar 1123 4 (22) | which separate good and honorable men from each other,‑ they 1124 4, 1 | tamen usque recurret," said Horace tersely (Epist., 1, 10,24). 1125 Intro, 3 | adherents of communism no longer horrifies but rather attracts them.~ ~ 1126 4 (22) | Pius XII, in the Encyclical Humani Generis of August 12, 1950, 1127 4, 2 | supposed "evolution" of humanity from its present stage to 1128 App2 | them. We are told they are humans, like us. We are told by 1129 1, 5 | glorious and unfortunate Hungary in 1956. Thus, although 1130 End (26) | despots who, brandishing their hydrogen bomb, command us to reject 1131 4, 3 | of truth.~ ~First PhaseHypertrophy of Cordiality in Argument‑ 1132 1, 6 | acknowledgment of how deadly a hypothetical Soviet thermonuclear victory 1133 App1 | dialogueinvestigation and ialogueentertainment steeped in 1134 4 (12) | cf. A. Lalande, op. cit., ibid.).~ 1135 End, 1 | though it has abandoned the idealistic character of Hegelianism. 1136 4, 3 | evolves to become increasingly identified with this myth.~ ~b) Second 1137 4, 3 | differences, the Thomist identifies himself with truth and reason. 1138 4, 3 | pole with which it tends to identify itself?~What we could call 1139 Intro, 3 | that they are "evolving" ideologically. But it seems to them that 1140 3, 2 | growing clash of opposed ideologies and regimes may aggravate 1141 4 (16) | the Encyclical does not ignore the fact that original sin 1142 4, 3 | because he is irascible, ill‑tempered, and vindictive, 1143 4, 1 | and simple as always being illicit, dangerous, and harmful 1144 3, 2 | Insensitivity to the illicitness of renouncing some supreme 1145 End, 8 | looks at a translucent cloth illuminated from behind: as the cloth 1146 4, 1 | opposed to Her is a good illustration of this point. In this struggle, 1147 1, 5 | was freely elected by the illustrious Polish people. Thus, the 1148 3, 3 | ipso facto the sensible and imaginative fruition of the word. Keeping 1149 4, 3 | while still amiable, is imbued with a note of pugnacity. 1150 End, 8 | Iria:~ ~"IN THE END, MY IMMACULATE HEART WILL TRIUMPH!"~ ~ ~ 1151 1, 5 | mission in China, contributed immensely to Soviet expansion. As 1152 3, 2 | the possibility of an imminent victory, on a local or global 1153 4 (20) | unilaterality, and passionate immoderation in praising or defending 1154 Intro, 2 | deemed it necessary to immunize the Polish public against 1155 End, 1 | and the good as absolute, immutable, transcendent values existing 1156 3, 2 | must frequently give up the impatient desire for immediate results. 1157 1, 4 | speculative nature. By the imperatives of its own doctrine it wants 1158 4, 1 | licitness of the almost imperceptible note of pugnacity in argument‑ 1159 4, 2 | risks.~Then, with all the impetus of his desire for a paradise 1160 End (26) | cruelty of vengeance, a spirit implacable and inimical to all peace, 1161 4, 3 | drastic means be necessary to implant it, presenting an even greater 1162 3, 2 | communist countries, or by the implantation of the so‑called dictatorship 1163 4, 1 | for harmony, is in fact implanting the kingdom of discord.~ ~ 1164 3, 2 | accepting the risk of war, they implicitly require us to choose between 1165 End, 7 | communist documents that imply the recognition of the present 1166 Intro, 2 | advantages of our debate was an imponderable, yet very real, Hegelian 1167 4, 2 | tendency ‑which seeks to impose itself through talismanic 1168 1, 4 | all men, but because this imposition affects man as a whole, 1169 End, 3 | Rosa, S.J., entitled "L'Impossibile Dialogo tra Cattolici e 1170 1, 6 | Through Violence~ ~This impotence in explicit ideological 1171 End, 8 | attractive when it is kept imprecise, diffused, wrapped up in 1172 4, 3 | increased fermentation begins to impress a new and broadened meaning 1173 4, 1 | shortly before was totally imprisoned by evil.~ ~... In Regard 1174 4, 3 | debate, whether properly or improperly.~However absurd it is, the 1175 2 (6) | a just and proportional improvement in the living conditions 1176 1, 5 | ideological consequences of such improvements: in some regions, like the 1177 4, 2 | universe. But the irenistic impulse is not satisfied with this. 1178 4, 3 | himself to possess, while imputing objective error to the other.~ 1179 1, 5 | the cause of the chronic inability of the communists to win 1180 2, 2 | discouraging and reducing them to inaction. Taking action against anticommunist 1181 4, 1 | Pejorative Character~ ~No. It is inadmissible to condemn argument pure 1182 Intro, 4 | innumerable noncommunists inadvertently evolve towards communism.~ ~ 1183 4, 2 | individuals and nations an utterly inalterable concord would reign over 1184 2, 2 | becomes undisguisable, this inattentive and distracted majority 1185 App2 | peace ‑ by limitation, by incantation, etc. ... would have been 1186 End, 8 | the talismanic word and incapacitate its magic effect, one must 1187 Intro, 4 | timely word of warning to the incautious.~ ~ ~ ~ 1188 4, 3 | contributing fragrant doctrinal incense to this process of universal 1189 App2 | intangible, from economic incentives to the search for meaning."~ 1190 Intro, 1 | employed by communism in its incessant psychological war against 1191 4, 3 | entertainment) and begins to incite the irenistic desires still 1192 End, 1 | and intelligent system of incitements and attractions aimed at 1193 4, 3 | and existentialism with indefatigable insistence, scrutinizing 1194 4, 3 | Appears ~ ~All this opens indefinite horizons on the mind of 1195 4, 2 | hopes to obtain complete independence, stability, and pleasure, 1196 4, 2 | the proletarian would be independent and gifted with stable and 1197 End, 7 | recognition of the present indestructibility of the Catholic Religion 1198 4 (25) | it is impregnated with a "Indic" sense has an extrinsic 1199 4, 1 | and etymological senseIndicates any type of interlocution.~ ~ 1200 1, 5 | economy was a very clear indication of how they would have voted 1201 1, 5 | upheavals of the people indignant with the misery resulting 1202 4, 3 | new and special sense only indirectly related with its ordinary 1203 4, 3 | includes ipso facto and indiscriminately all those who argue or debate, 1204 4, 1 | emotional combativity due to the indisputable right of virtue or to the 1205 3, 2 | applied by a person acting individually over another or by a small 1206 2, 1 | according to circumstances. This indoctrination forms a group of fanaticized 1207 End (26) | are the sins which war can induce men to commit, much graver 1208 1, 10 | much further than this by inducing the West to desire a semi‑ 1209 2, 6 | urban renewal, corporate and industrial reform,6 society as a whole 1210 4, 1 | also infinitely diverse. Industrious zeal is not to exclude any 1211 4, 2 | worldly proletarian, when inebriated by communism, makes him 1212 4, 3 | polemics, and to discover the inexhaustible apostolic possibilities 1213 2, 2 | on their continuous and inexorable work of destruction, the 1214 4, 1 | quarrels, and prolonged, inextricable and hateful fights. It is 1215 App1 | Irenistic cordiality infects dialogue-investigation and 1216 1, 5 | organizing and producing. Its inferiority in relation to the West 1217 3 (10) | harmful in a climate as infested with irenicism and religious 1218 3, 2 | about the conversion of infidels, since in the hierarchy 1219 App1 | irenistic emotion to the infinite influences the Hegelian 1220 End, 4 | coexistence, but only the inflexible rigors of the most ferocious 1221 App1 | emotion to the infinite influences the Hegelian process in 1222 1, 9 | syndrome. It arouses in influential, economic, political, intellectual, 1223 4, 2 | reign over a renewed earth inhabited only by men of good will.~ 1224 4, 3 | countries, national interests, inheritance, class prestige, symbols 1225 4, 1 | the word, is inherent to "inimicitias ponam" ("I will put enmities" ‑‑ 1226 1, 6 | Though perhaps victorious initially, they would become the main 1227 3, 2 | from the top, through the initiative of the natural defenders 1228 3, 2 | instance:~‑ a notorious injustice, such as can happen with 1229 4, 3 | dedicated relativist.~This inner transformation is followed 1230 End, 8 | less magical ones, even the innocent and trivial ones. Once this 1231 4, 1 | there is a risk that an inopportune serenity of the defenders 1232 End, 8 | dialogue".~The method of this inquiry is like an optical experiment, 1233 End (26) | an insult, since only an insane or soulless man can be indifferent 1234 4 (16) | speaking of the possible insincerity of certain interlocutors, 1235 End, 8 | myth, brought to mind and insinuated by "dialogue," and whose 1236 End, 4 | more than one contributor insinuates that, from the point of 1237 4 (25) | it would be necessary to insist that each one of these modes 1238 1, 8 | central point that must be insistently brought to the attention 1239 3, 2 | zeal and naturalism can inspire the use of illegitimate 1240 4, 1 | impact on lesser minds, inspiring them and providing orientation.~ 1241 3, 2 | desires to vanquish. In many instances, profound and lasting solutions 1242 4, 3 | Under the note of irenicism instigated by the talismanic word " 1243 1, 9 | A. Fear~ ~Man's instinct of selfpreservation is 1244 4, 2 | satisfying all the unruly instincts and appetites.~Because the 1245 4, 3 | their psychological and institutional causes. How peace and harmony 1246 1, 5 | persuasion have been so insufficient so far, to what does communism 1247 4, 1 | matter that both understand insufficiently (dialogueinvestigation);~ ~ 1248 App2 | from the material to the intangible, from economic incentives 1249 1, 4 | the Marxist sect professes integral imperialism not just because 1250 4, 2 | possibility of peacefully integrating himself in the proletarian 1251 4, 2 | spheres. Men who err neither intellectually nor morally, or whose error 1252 2, 1 | formed with a nucleus of intellectuals or semi-intellectuals who 1253 End, 1 | saturated by a multifaceted and intelligent system of incitements and 1254 4, 1 | that the speakers do not intend to change each other's persuasion, 1255 4, 3 | conduct dialogue to produce an intense warming of affections, and 1256 2, 3 | Transshipment: Its Three Intensities and Phases~ ~The method 1257 Intro, 1 | appeared to be something intentional, methodical and planned. 1258 3 (10) | certain circles. We do this intentionally, since "separated brethren" 1259 4, 1 | Attitude~ ~To these different intentions and objectives correspond 1260 End, 1 | irenic dialogue favoring interconfessionalism and weakening all religions, 1261 4, 1 | virtue or to the frequent interference of sin.~If it is true that 1262 App2 | move toward a transcendent internationalism. " (Commencement to Armageddon, 1263 4, 2 | against the relativistic interpretations that deform and undermine 1264 End, 6 | many circumstances. But if interpreted in an evolutionist and Hegelian 1265 4, 2 | even himself who, in the intervals between his business and 1266 4, 3 | almost a vice so that an interview, an article, or a speech 1267 1, 11 | communism does not need to stop intimidating in order to attract sympathies 1268 End (26) | fear-sympathy syndrome and intoxicated with the talismanic words 1269 2, 2 | Since they show themselves intractable to every technique of explicit 1270 4, 3 | are outside the flock. His intransigence, energy, and suspicion are 1271 End, 4 | the hard‑hearted, and the intransigent.~One needs not have much 1272 Intro | explain all the aspects of an intricate situation. This, which is 1273 End (26) | religion ‑ fraudulently introduced in then by the talismanic 1274 Intro | Introduction~ ~ ~ ~Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira 1275 1, 1 | various countries to be invaded. According to this conception, 1276 1, 5 | succeeded in defeating the Nazi invader if it did not have the help 1277 4, 3 | PhaseIrenistic Cordiality Invades DialogueEntertainment and 1278 1 (2) | progress in Italy in no way invalidates what we say about the failure 1279 3, 2 | not only legitimate and invaluable personal, familiar, or regional 1280 Intro, 1 | line of consistency and an invariable internal structure in the 1281 4, 3 | before he was born.~Our inventive, irenic Thomist understands 1282 4, 3 | the existentialist.~This inversion of aims has an immediate 1283 4, 3 | this order of values is inverted. Dialogueentertainment 1284 4, 1 | investigationAims to investigate, study, analyze. Habitually, 1285 1, 5 | stations through arbitrary investigations, in one instance by seizing 1286 4, 3 | and dissipating the most inveterate prejudices and deep seated 1287 4 (16) | not impossible, " or the inviability of dialogue when nonCatholics " 1288 4, 2 | aspirations of man, whom God has invited to a superior destiny, is 1289 4, 1 | real state, efficaciously inviting him to return to the truth 1290 4, 3 | question, they are no longer involved in a true argument because 1291 4, 3 | apostolate because he is irascible, ill‑tempered, and vindictive, 1292 4, 3 | dialogue to the two other "irenicized" forms of interlocution.~ 1293 4, 3 | the talismanic prestige of irenicorelativist dialogue now 1294 4, 3 | investigation and entertainment more irenist, giving them the same talismanic 1295 4, 3 | irenistically and takes on an irenotalismanic sense that glows 1296 End, 8 | to the world at Cova da Iria:~ ~"IN THE END, MY IMMACULATE 1297 4, 3 | and irremediably clashing.~Irremediable? Or is this clash the remedy? 1298 4, 3 | found to be continually and irremediably clashing.~Irremediable? 1299 4, 3 | impressionability and is irritated with someone who tries to 1300 4, 1 | can be abused so easily isn't it better to eliminate 1301 2, 2 | misunderstood, defamed and isolated from other currents of opinion, 1302 Intro (1)| report in the January 1968 issue of La Vie Catholique en 1303 4, 3 | dealing with controversial issues.~In argumentdialogue our 1304 4 (21) | Abel, and Esau his brother Jacob, who are the figures of 1305 App2 | clear by Thomas Merton. James Forest summarizes Merton' 1306 1, 6 | pulverized by it" (Pravda, Jan. 6, 1975, from an AFP telegram 1307 App2 | promptly shattered by the Japanese invasion of Manchuria. Continuing, 1308 4, 3 | preventing it from being jeopardized by the resentments and personal 1309 4, 1 | culture. Among these are Saint Jerome, Saint Augustine, Saint 1310 3 (10) | brothers. Those who believe in Jesus Christ, true God and true 1311 App2 | which he had escaped by jet only a day before has preceded 1312 4, 2 | this fight would be the Jew or the Mohammedan who allows 1313 3, 2 | error such as heretics, Jews, pagans, and other separated 1314 App2 | Eisenhower, Kennedy and Johnson said, 'I think that with 1315 1, 5 | Marxist vote; for, even joined by other forces, its percentage 1316 2, 2 | distracted majority might be jolted out of its slumber and join 1317 4, 2 | the end term of the long journey which, begun in simple irenicism 1318 4, 3 | likeable. He is happy and jovial with prospects of a rosy 1319 1 (3) | Civilization, 1980). We had the joy of finding that the essay' 1320 3, 2 | carefully watch us in order to judge us according to our sincerity 1321 1, 10 | legitimate negotiations and judicious accords that do not entail 1322 4, 1 | region to another, and more justifiably, from one country to another, 1323 4, 1 | Obviously, such attacks are justified only when they are really 1324 4, 3 | Saint Thomas that appear to justify his relativism when taken 1325 End (26) | religious men to do. What is justly reprimanded in war is the 1326 3, 2 | the sake of life itself (Juvenal, Sat. VIII, 84).~‑ Insensitivity 1327 App2 | second was detente, the Kellogg‑Briand Pact of 1928 wherein 1328 App2 | to Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy and Johnson said, 'I think 1329 4, 3 | austere Aquinan habit with a Kierkegaardian flamula and to put Saint 1330 End (26) | destined to die one day are killed in it, so that the victors 1331 End, 8 | it, would be the same as killing it (cf. Ch. III, 3). And 1332 4, 1 | is in fact implanting the kingdom of discord.~ ~i) Doesn't 1333 App2 | overwhelmingly likely. George Kistiakowsky, who was head of the Manhattan 1334 3, 2 | political fields, but to kneel before the conqueror. To 1335 1, 5 | elections. Polish Catholics knew that if they defeated Gomulka 1336 Intro, 3 | discovering or deepening their knowledge of an appealing "truth," 1337 1, 6 | Marx, Lenin, Stalin, and Kruschev longed so much to see constructed 1338 1, 5 | the communists themselves. Kruschevites and post-Kruschevites proclaim 1339 4, 3 | previous phase! For this labor of calefaction, he avoids 1340 2, 2 | than a simple merchant or a laborer.~Much can be done in favor 1341 4, 1 | or is disappointed at the lack of some other meaning of 1342 1, 5 | Furthermore, they have not lacked immense financial resources 1343 Intro, 2 | only able to glimpse, was laid bare.~Whereas Mr. Z. Czajkowski 1344 App2 | nuns and members of the laity have protested the traditional 1345 3, 2 | is a thousand times more lamentable than suffering the persecution 1346 2, 8 | Christian society has been lamentably undergoing for centuries.~ 1347 App2 | liberation movements;" utopian "land reform" programs; undefineable 1348 App2 | comfortably down a quiet country lane, but now finds itself on 1349 End, 7 | along with transshipment, a large-scale political maneuver in light 1350 1, 5 | masses have shown themselves largely unresponsive to the lures 1351 3, 2 | acting over a possibly much larger group.~This method's application 1352 3, 2 | instances, profound and lasting solutions for this kind 1353 1 (5) | methods and ends of the latest communist strategy. A careful 1354 4 (16) | dialogue in the broad sense (lato sensu), comprises as morally 1355 2, 6 | many countries.~Under the laudable pretext of destroying excessive 1356 4 (18) | a vécu" ‑ Paul Bourget, Le Démon du Midi, Librairie 1357 1 (5) | Communist Parties for the world leadership of the communist movement, 1358 4, 2 | bourgeois begins to find himself leaning toward socialism and glimpsing 1359 App2 | monasteries. It has already leapt over the wall and its misleading 1360 Intro (1)| refute. However, we only learned of this new attack from 1361 3, 2 | and attractive. Thus, the lecturers, speakers, or writers who 1362 End, 8 | common sense or the Christian legacy.~But if they see communism 1363 4 (20) | nothing more than an edifying legend without historical value, 1364 Intro | for the Catholic weekly Legionario and now writes for the monthly 1365 2, 2 | political parties, and media lend a prime and precious cooperation 1366 1, 6 | of socialism which Marx, Lenin, Stalin, and Kruschev longed 1367 App2 | between President Reagan and Leonid I. Brezhnev would be "important" 1368 App2 | not enough of a history lesson, former President Nixon 1369 2 (6) | against possible excesses of lessors, have nothing to do with 1370 App2 | poolside deck chair and lets his eyes peruse the morning 1371 App2 | programs; undefineable levels of world "poverty;" an attempted 1372 App2 | our poolside ponderer is liable to lose everything he has 1373 App2 | nations: spontaneous "people's liberation movements;" utopian "land 1374 4 (18) | Bourget, Le Démon du Midi, Librairie Plon, Paris, 1914, Vol. 1375 End, 8 | COMMUNISM,~AND THIS IS THE LIE HIDDEN UNDER IT ALL~ ~How 1376 End, 5 | both public and private lifestyles, in which all clashing elements 1377 4, 3 | word, he appears perfectly likeable. He is happy and jovial 1378 App2 | personally think that the likelihood for an initial use of nuclear 1379 4, 1 | from the mere accidental likeness of dialogue in the strict 1380 4, 2 | personal interests, and he likes neither clashes nor sacrifices.~ 1381 3 (10) | the unfaithful.~Thus, to limit, or even suppress, the use 1382 App2 | by us 'universe,' a part limited in time and space. He experiences 1383 4, 1 | passions and, within the limits of temperance, can put its 1384 Intro, 2 | understanding. Between the lines of what the Pax journalist 1385 4, 2 | bourgeois does not enjoy lingering over or delving deeply into 1386 4, 1 | work is not preponderantly linguistic, we will proceed quickly 1387 4, 3 | thus by the experts of this linguistics, what is the refulgent pole 1388 4, 1 | of "dialogue" would be to list, study and compare each 1389 3, 2 | For this reason the person listening to the radio or the television 1390 1, 6 | though imperialism were literally pulverized by it" (Pravda, 1391 App2 | victories for peace." A short lived peace promptly shattered 1392 4 (23) | Qui vivra verra" ‑ He who lives will see. It is difficult 1393 4 (18) | ll faut vivre comme on pense, 1394 4, 1 | separation" or "disjunction," and logos, meaning "word." Thus "dialogue" 1395 App2 | Naval Treaty of 1922 and the London Naval Treaty of 1930 were 1396 1, 6 | Lenin, Stalin, and Kruschev longed so much to see constructed 1397 4, 3 | favor its optimism and its longings for ease and well‑being, 1398 1, 12 | 12. Looking Towards Chapter II~ ~We 1399 End, 8 | experiment, where the human eye looks at a translucent cloth illuminated 1400 4, 2 | generically and perhaps somewhat loosely call the paradisiacal throbs 1401 4, 1 | Tempus tacendi et tempus loquendi ‑ "There is a time to keep 1402 4 (13) | Latin word "colloquium" (loqui cum). The Portuguese equivalent, " 1403 4, 1 | individual disputes emerge louder voices on both sides that 1404 4 (21) | the predestinate" ‑ St. Louis de Montfort, True Devotion 1405 App2 | possible?" our poolside lounger asks himself. "Are the noisy 1406 4, 2 | legitimate love of self, loves what is good for itself.~ 1407 App2 | compassion to embrace all loving creatures and the whole 1408 4, 3 | would be fraternally and lovingly absorbed in the production 1409 2, 3 | transshipment reaches its lowest intensity in this phase.~ 1410 4, 3 | as having a flexible and lucid intelligence that allows 1411 4, 1 | darken it, and so aid the lucidity of argument pure and simple.17~ ~ 1412 4 (21) | the children and tools of Lucifer... God has not only set 1413 App1 | comes to indicate the "ludic" friction between thesis 1414 2 (6) | Corrêa de Oliveira, and Luiz Mendonca de Freitas, Ed. 1415 2, 2 | this majority, communism lulls it to sleep; as long as 1416 End, 8 | versa, proving that the luminosity is not immanent in the cloth 1417 1, 5 | largely unresponsive to the lures of Marxist demagogy - which 1418 4 (16) | Encyclical Ecclesiam Suam (AAS, LVI, 10, pp ‑609‑59) is helpful.~ 1419 3 (11) | November 21, 1964, no. 9AAS, LVII 1, p. 98). Clearly, "truly 1420 4, 1 | act like a cold reasoning machine when arguing. Thus man, 1421 Intro, 2 | and Zycie i Mysi, Warsaw magazines to which he contributes 1422 3 (10) | to mind the juridical and magisterial authority of the Church, 1423 4, 3 | mutable reality.~With a magnifying glass our irenicist begins 1424 App2 | December 31, 1981, Bishop Roger Mahoney of Stockton, California 1425 App2 | from the company of the mainline Protestant and Evangelical 1426 4, 3 | that, unity; now it seeks mainly unity through cordiality 1427 App2 | is already a part of the mainstream of American life, according 1428 App2 | headlines have breached his makeshift wall of fantasies. Despite 1429 4, 1 | Although certainly less manageable than potentates of former 1430 2 (6) | employees in the profits, management, and property of enterprise, 1431 4, 3 | and therefore dexterous in managing "dialogue". In a word, he 1432 App2 | the Japanese invasion of Manchuria. Continuing, Commager and 1433 2, 4 | unconscious that he is being maneuvered.~Thus, he is gradually transformed 1434 App2 | Kistiakowsky, who was head of the Manhattan Project's Explosive Division 1435 End, 8 | Everything in existence tends to manifest itself. The irenic myth 1436 End, 8 | its diluted and implicit manifestations, they gradually accept it 1437 End, 8 | talismanic word "dialogue," manifests itself as clearly and intensely 1438 App2 | species, our kind is in such a manifold crisis, no one can be excused. 1439 4, 3 | applications than in others? Manipulated thus by the experts of this 1440 4, 2 | others, leads to a regime of "maquillage," which can only favor relativism, 1441 1 (5) | In passing, we make a marginal commentary which can elucidate 1442 4, 1 | Catholic Action (Editora Ave Maria, São Paulo, 1943), which 1443 App2 | American life, according to Marilyn Ferguson in "The Aquarian 1444 End, 4 | Dialogo Alla Prova (A Cura di Mario Gozzini, Messo Secolo, Vallecchi 1445 3 (10) | among men may be, these marks of fraternity remain. Therefore, 1446 1, 5 | enigmatic follies of the Marshall mission in China, contributed 1447 App2 | has preceded him via the marvel of satellite news reporting.~ 1448 1, 5 | did Castro tear off his mask.~All this shows that the 1449 4, 2 | revolution plunder and massacre, there are times when the 1450 4, 1 | was the example our Divine Master gave us (cf. John 8 and 1451 App2 | do with moving from the material to the intangible, from 1452 End, 1 | talismanic word becomes a materialist because he unperceivingly 1453 4, 2 | wheat and the chaff (cf. Matt. 13:24‑30). This life has 1454 2, 2 | if some day this advance matures and becomes undisguisable, 1455 App2 | mind, at one moment was meandering comfortably down a quiet 1456 | Meanwhile 1457 2 (6) | do with the confiscatory measures about which we have just 1458 4, 3 | discriminatory" manner of medieval Thomism, this distillation 1459 App2 | sent by John Paul 11 to meet with world leaders in the 1460 App2 | immoral. Priests, nuns and members of the laity have protested 1461 End, 7 | would be the no less famous memorandum about the Ilytchev Report 1462 App2 | highway cloverleaf. His memory recalls other articles he 1463 2 (6) | Corrêa de Oliveira, and Luiz Mendonca de Freitas, Ed. Vera Cruz, 1464 4, 2 | clashes head on with all his mental habits and personal interests, 1465 2, 2 | more useful than a simple merchant or a laborer.~Much can be 1466 3, 2 | regional peculiarities are mercilessly destroyed, but also harmonious, 1467 3 (10) | stress on "brethren," has the merit of giving those who use 1468 1, 3 | anticommunists zealously and meritoriously committed to the necessary 1469 End, 4 | A Cura di Mario Gozzini, Messo Secolo, Vallecchi Editore 1470 3 (9) | current meanings and in a metaphorical way.~ 1471 Intro, 1 | be something intentional, methodical and planned. In addition, 1472 4, 2 | imagines himself the center ‑ a microparadise achieved in the less brilliant, 1473 4 (18) | Paul Bourget, Le Démon du Midi, Librairie Plon, Paris, 1474 4, 1 | argumentdialogue. However mild it may be, an argument-dialogue 1475 4, 3 | could eliminate the words "mine" and "yours" and replace 1476 App2 | Yzermans of St. Cloud, Minnesota, information director for 1477 4, 1 | artificiality because of a misconceived notion of harmony, one loses 1478 4, 1 | for the truth, or by the miserable, tormented, and violent 1479 1, 5 | people indignant with the misery resulting from the application 1480 3, 2 | sensitive point could be:~‑ the misfortune of those who are in error 1481 3, 2 | the cause of catastrophic misfortunes. But our worst risk is 1482 App2 | movement can be said to be misguided. The unity it seeks is one 1483 Intro (1)| designed to inform (or misinform?)the Western public about 1484 App2 | leapt over the wall and its misleading terminology forms a part 1485 App2 | and twisted terminology misleads the average man‑on‑the‑street. 1486 1, 9 | ready to set off an atomic missile. Innumerable people are 1487 1, 5 | follies of the Marshall mission in China, contributed immensely 1488 4, 3 | existentialism because of a simple mistake and certain resentments 1489 App1 | result of resentment or misunderstanding.~~~~Second explication of 1490 4, 3 | ultimately because only a few misunderstandings and resentments keep them 1491 2, 2 | divided among themselves, misunderstood, defamed and isolated from 1492 App2 | Advocate, 79‑82).~The clever mixture of Buddhist teachings, Catholic 1493 1, 6 | irresistible power to much more modest proportions. In one point 1494 4, 3 | convictions are processively modified, correspondingly modifying 1495 4, 3 | modified, correspondingly modifying also the meaning of the 1496 3, 2 | the conqueror. To accept a modus vivendi that might mean 1497 4, 2 | would be the Jew or the Mohammedan who allows not the slightest 1498 App2 | restricted itself to the monasteries. It has already leapt over 1499 App2 | Taking advantage of a month's vacation, a typical successful 1500 1, 5 | been free elections in the months prior to the overthrow and 1501 4, 1 | Msgr. Giovanni Battista Montini, later Paul VI.~For those 1502 4, 2 | and illegitimate, for the mortification of the passions is incompatible


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