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1503 4, 2 | after the Middle Ages. From Morus and Campanella to the utopian 1504 End (26) | the despots of Peking and Moscow.~If public opinion, dominated 1505 4 (21) | between Mary, his worthy Mother, and the Devil ‑ between 1506 4, 3 | convince the other party, is motivated not only by a legitimate 1507 3, 2 | inequalities based on just motives of the intellectual, patrimonial, 1508 4, 3 | word?~Whoever strives to mount the heights of celebrity 1509 1, 6 | be reduced to an immense mountain of ruins? How could they 1510 End, 8 | cloth but proceeds from the movable source behind it.~Analogously, 1511 App2 | spontaneous "people's liberation movements;" utopian "land reform" 1512 2, 7 | other words, public opinion moves toward the "ideal" of free 1513 End, 1 | opinion is saturated by a multifaceted and intelligent system of 1514 Intro, 1 | internal structure in the multiform and disconcerting use of 1515 4, 1 | radicalization.~ ~b) The Multiplicity of Legitimate Meanings~ ~ 1516 4, 3 | of relativism, and thus multiply the factors of discord and 1517 4, 1 | end before the eyes of the multitudes over whom they exercise 1518 4 (20) | must be defended, mutatis mutandis, exactly in the same terms 1519 4 (20) | apologetics must be defended, mutatis mutandis, exactly in the 1520 2 (6) | by demagogylaws that mutilate private property with the 1521 4, 3 | also undertakes the task of mutilating the work of Saint Thomas, 1522 4, 3 | itself.~Actually a process of mutual radicalization, this interaction 1523 4, 3 | talismanic word "dialogue" become mutually radicalized, using "dialogue" 1524 4, 1 | importance, since they provoke a myriad of related controversies 1525 Intro, 2 | in Kierunki and Zycie i Mysi, Warsaw magazines to which 1526 Intro (1)| Chief of the monthly Zycie I Mysl, wrote an article with a 1527 End, 8 | all? Why understand it? Myths like this are made much 1528 4, 1 | vehement and boisterous.~ ~n) Characteristic common to 1529 4, 3 | His tactic is therefore naive, soft, and concessionist 1530 | namely 1531 2 (8) | give it.~By the same token, Nasser's reforms are no less extremely 1532 4, 1 | the attacks of the Prophet Nathan against David, Saint Ambrose 1533 App2 | the worldwide tenacity of nationalism. But the revulsion against 1534 2 (8) | Tunisia (we speak of the natives) were seen reactions proportional 1535 3, 2 | the apostle and from the naturalistic character of his methods. 1536 4, 1 | with redoubled strength: "Naturam expelles furca, tamen usque 1537 1, 5 | succeeded in defeating the Nazi invader if it did not have 1538 App2 | distance possible from a nearby table which supports his 1539 App2 | in its beauty."~At this nebulous solution, our character 1540 4, 1 | the profound and natural necessities of human convivium, and 1541 App2 | of world hunger. What is needed is, instead, a radical change 1542 1, 5 | areas the situation of the needy has been considerably improved. 1543 3, 2 | down resulting from our negligence. But one must frequently 1544 App2 | describing the individuals, networks, groups of people all over 1545 4, 1 | themselves; they are all neutral and can legitimately influence 1546 4, 3 | producing a coveted emotional neutralization in the existentialist, these 1547 App2 | intellectual companionship in his newly discovered "paradise."~To 1548 End, 4 | reflecting we see that the newness is not communism's but rather 1549 App2 | the marvel of satellite news reporting.~The headlines 1550 2, 2 | through political parties, newspapers, and other means of publicity 1551 App2 | lesson, former President Nixon recently urged a return 1552 3 (10) | are brothers in an even nobler sense. No matter how deep 1553 4 (16) | essentially at the conversion of non-Catholics.~In addition, Catholic apostolic 1554 4, 2 | developed according to the norms of Catholic morality, this 1555 4 (16) | longer on argumentdialogue, notable for its cordiality, and 1556 Intro, 1 | impressions, observations and notes we gathered here and there 1557 4, 1 | Meanings of "Dialogue"~ ~These notions of the different meanings 1558 4, 2 | and the Apostolic Letter Notre Charge Apostolique against 1559 Intro | is seen so frequently in novels, also happens in real life. 1560 3 (11) | Conciliar de Ecumenismo," November 21, 1964, no. 9AAS, LVII 1561 1 (2) | exposes Italy to grave danger nowadays.~ ~ 1562 End, 8 | incubated in the most radical nuances of the talismanic word " 1563 2, 1 | Communist Party is formed with a nucleus of intellectuals or semi-intellectuals 1564 End, 8 | exposed, its influence becomes null and void. The natural repulsion 1565 App2 | itself immoral. Priests, nuns and members of the laity 1566 2, 7 | 7. An Objection: The Incompatibility of 1567 4, 3 | any reason they might be objectionable. But the irenicist, influenced 1568 1, 5 | faces.~ ~Answering Possible Objections~ ~· True, communism won 1569 4, 1 | and even the unrefusable obligation to argue. This was the example 1570 1, 5 | remain in power? Why is it obliged to control its borders so 1571 End, 8 | But if they see communism obliquely, that is, only in its diluted 1572 App2 | something is better than oblivion." Logic and reason, which 1573 4, 1 | considerations without making an observation on the true dimension of 1574 4, 3 | Based on one‑sided and obsessive fear of offending opponents 1575 1, 1 | 1. An Obsolete Conception of the Efficacy 1576 End, 1 | Nevertheless, communism obtains several important advantages 1577 3 (10) | throughout this study. We occasionally alternate it with "heretic" 1578 4, 1 | we can say that there are occasions when it is better not to 1579 4, 2 | paradise."~Pride and sensuality occupy a prominent place among 1580 Intro, 2 | association of ideas it occurred to us that everything he 1581 App2 | emerging" nations at odds with "underdeveloped" nations 1582 4, 1 | light of truth and the good odor of virtue can thus penetrate 1583 4, 3 | sided and obsessive fear of offending opponents by argument and 1584 4, 2 | all other systems and yet offering no positive conception of 1585 1, 6 | Just recently, Pravda, the official organ of the Russian Communist 1586 4, 1 | justice and charity? Doesn't Omnia possum in eo qui me comfortat ( 1587 App2 | demons.~"Then there is the oncoming nuclear war. Albert Einstein 1588 4, 1 | one must clearly avail oneself of all the really convincing 1589 4 (12) | our theme (cf. A. Lalande, op. cit., ibid.).~ 1590 4, 2 | face of communism, thereby opening the doors of the citadel 1591 2, 1 | expound communist doctrine openly. Sometimes bold, sometimes 1592 4, 3 | Will Appears ~ ~All this opens indefinite horizons on the 1593 4, 3 | psychological fermentation operate in the word?~Whoever strives 1594 2, 2 | persuasion. Naturally, for this operation to be possible, the communist 1595 1, 1 | but secondary to military operations.~ ~ 1596 4, 3 | or polemics when they are opportune. He would strive to suppress 1597 End, 7 | appears, inspired by the opportunistic sense of communism and formulated 1598 1, 5 | substratum of common sense opposes to Marxism. The essentially 1599 4, 2 | Placed under the most severe opprobrium, they should give way to 1600 1, 5 | majority, the Catholics opted for what they saw as a lesser 1601 3, 2 | and dignified ‑ "corruptio optimi pessima." Some words with 1602 End (26) | however, we deny that the options confronting mankind are 1603 Intro | himself since his youth as an orator, lecturer and Catholic journalist. 1604 4 (19) | above all the inferior, are ordered to the good of man as their 1605 Intro, 2 | reference explaining and ordering the entire panorama of our 1606 4, 1 | points. Moved by the noble, orderly, and strong love that he 1607 1, 6 | recently, Pravda, the official organ of the Russian Communist 1608 3, 2 | destroyed, but also harmonious, organic, cultural or social inequalities 1609 4, 2 | would be transferred to an organism with the cartilaginous consistency 1610 1, 4 | A worldwide subversive organization: communism is not just a 1611 1, 11 | their explicit proselytism. Organized and dynamic parties serve 1612 4, 1 | inspiring them and providing orientation.~In their most prominent 1613 4, 2 | everything he thinks and desires.~Oriented by the Faith, elevated by 1614 3, 2 | shown below, this network orients the victims toward new ideological 1615 3, 2 | virtuously faithful position on orthodoxy.~- Insensitivity to the 1616 4, 1 | particular way derived, as if by osmosis or assimilation, from the 1617 4 (16) | certainty in what he teaches" (L'Osservalore Romano, French edition, 1618 4, 3 | error:" campaign of silence, ostracism, defamation, insult. And 1619 4 (18) | vivre comme on pense, sinon, Ot ou tard, on finit par penser 1620 4 (18) | comme on pense, sinon, Ot ou tard, on finit par penser 1621 4, 3 | are proof. He, the true outcast from society en route to 1622 4, 3 | Each believes that the outcome of his effort of persuasion 1623 4, 2 | the Crusades ‑‑ should be outlawed as intrinsically evil. Placed 1624 4, 1 | meanings of "dialogue" are outlined below.~ ~Dialogue in the 1625 End, 4 | In the various doctrinal outlooks, some people are sensitive 1626 4, 2 | definition a pacifistoutrance;" he is ultra‑ecumenical 1627 Intro, 3 | important to emphasize at the outset that the process in question 1628 4, 3 | certain point this desire overcomes his zeal, and our Thomist 1629 2, 5 | the idea of Fraternity is overemphasized, one soon comes to hate 1630 4, 3 | investigation and to irenistically overestimate the factor of cordiality. 1631 1, 5 | successes should not be overestimated. Indeed, if after having 1632 4, 2 | convivium, but would logically overflow into both the juridical 1633 4, 3 | word "dialogue" comes forth overflowing with pacifist cordiality. " 1634 4, 3 | induces the interlocutors to overlook differences in order to 1635 End, 7 | campaign. In view of the overpowering electoral influence of Catholic 1636 4, 2 | of good will.~Let us not oversimplify things. Especially at the 1637 End, 7 | the global failure of its overt proselytism.~If so, the 1638 1, 5 | the months prior to the overthrow and suicide of Allende.~ 1639 3 (10) | factor in precious apostolic overtures.~Still, if it is necessary 1640 4 (22) | to join forces against an overwhelming atheism but also to reconcile 1641 App2 | said a nuclear holocaust is overwhelmingly likely. George Kistiakowsky, 1642 1, 5 | to what does communism owe its position as a great 1643 4, 2 | proletariat would be the owner of everything, and the vestiges 1644 App2 | terrestrial paradise the pacifists will end in destroying the " 1645 3, 2 | such as heretics, Jews, pagans, and other separated brethren,10 1646 End, 7 | Report of August 1964, by Palmiro Togliatti, the now deceased 1647 4, 3 | Furthermore, he is faced with a palpable fact: these opposite formulations 1648 3, 2 | authentic solutions, the violent panaceas extolled by demagogy and 1649 4, 2 | as taught so well by the parable of the wheat and the chaff ( 1650 App2 | the shade provided by his parasol while sitting at the least 1651 3 (10) | descending from the same first parents, are brothers. Those who 1652 4 (18) | du Midi, Librairie Plon, Paris, 1914, Vol. 11, p. 375.~ 1653 1, 5 | communist majority in the Polish parliament constitutes no argument 1654 4 (15) | which both are at least partially ignorant. Here disagreement 1655 3, 2 | love than the brother who participates in the same faith, as Saint 1656 2 (6) | small rural landowners; the participation of employees in the profits, 1657 2, 2 | of these types:~· Those partly sympathetic to communism 1658 Intro (1)| adulterated the different parts he wanted to refute! (cf. 1659 4, 2 | Saint Pius X, the encyclical Pascendi against Modernism, and the 1660 4, 1 | education. As the years pass, the emotional burden associated 1661 4 (20) | apriorism, unilaterality, and passionate immoderation in praising 1662 App2 | Council's view in 1976 in a pastoral letter condemning the stockpiling 1663 4 (16) | the Lenten Preachers and Pastors of Rome, of February 12, 1664 4, 2 | frequently require great patience on all sides. But the certainty 1665 3, 2 | motives of the intellectual, patrimonial, or moral order are sacrificed 1666 4, 3 | point of apathy: Can this peace-at‑any‑price be obtained? Will 1667 4, 2 | encourage men enough to peaceably and gradually undo all the 1668 4, 2 | when the possibility of peacefully integrating himself in the 1669 Intro (1)| wrote an article with a peculiar title: "In the Sphere of 1670 3, 2 | personal, familiar, or regional peculiarities are mercilessly destroyed, 1671 4, 3 | Simplistic, hasty, and peevish, like every utopian mind, 1672 End (26) | we disobey the despots of Peking and Moscow.~If public opinion, 1673 App1 | FIRST PHASE~~IRENISTIC PENETRATION~~ ~~~~SECOND PHASE~~IRENISTIC 1674 4 (18) | ll faut vivre comme on pense, sinon, Ot ou tard, on finit 1675 4 (18) | Ot ou tard, on finit par penser comme on a vécu" ‑ Paul 1676 1, 7 | eliminate. Furthermore, one perceives that the communist plan 1677 1, 5 | joined by other forces, its percentage of the total vote was smaller 1678 4, 1 | one country to another, perceptible variations of meaning at 1679 3, 2 | propter vitam, vivendi perdere causas" ‑ to lose the reasons 1680 4 (22) | indeed, but only for their perdition (Discorsi e Radiomessagi, 1681 4, 2 | glorious, complete, and perennial happiness is only in Heaven.~ ~ 1682 4, 1 | of the reasons that God permits error and evil is to allow 1683 App1 | forms of dialogue that are permitted. Argumentdialogue is proscribed.~~ ~~~~ 1684 3, 2 | all because of unjust and pernicious objectives. Nothing is more 1685 App2 | to what conclusions our perplexed vacationer is being led 1686 4 (21) | and will in the future persecute them more than ever; just 1687 End, 4 | the period of religious persecutions is over?~Strictly speaking, 1688 1 (4) | of certain "avant‑garde" personages of the French Revolution. 1689 4, 1 | aspects it is a clash of personalities.~In it there is a contact 1690 App2 | will proliferate. ... I personally think that the likelihood 1691 4, 1 | perceive the truth. The persuasiveness of a person who argues is 1692 4, 1 | only those that are more pertinent to the criteria of classification, 1693 App2 | chair and lets his eyes peruse the morning newspaper. Adjusting 1694 App2 | other there is an underlying pervading fear of a nuclear holocaust... 1695 3, 2 | dignified ‑ "corruptio optimi pessima." Some words with a dignified 1696 3, 2 | case, we must say like St. Peter that, whatever the cost, " 1697 End (26) | is really nothing but a Pharisee.~ But for a sincere Catholic 1698 4, 1 | in eo qui me comfortat (Philip. 4:13) ‑ "I can do all things 1699 4, 3 | that he might find in one philosopher or another more ardently 1700 4, 1 | Technique et Critique de la Philosophie by A. Lalande).~ ~c) How 1701 2, 2 | out of sight. It has to pick agents posing as noncommunists 1702 4, 1 | This method gives us a picture of the word's meanings and 1703 1, 5 | revolution, bloodshed, and pillage to the entire world's working 1704 3, 2 | certainly to be greatly pitied. And those who use all means 1705 End (26) | Cont. Faust., XXII, 74, PL. 42, 447). If these are 1706 App2 | and in fact all over the planet, who are working to bring 1707 Intro, 1 | intentional, methodical and planned. In addition, we had the 1708 1 (5) | expansionism. To understand the plausibility of this hypothesis, one 1709 3, 2 | use as if it were a new plaything, will begin to applaud and 1710 4, 2 | independence, stability, and pleasure, in short, the earthly paradise 1711 4, 2 | between his business and his pleasures, feels so vulnerable to 1712 4 (18) | Démon du Midi, Librairie Plon, Paris, 1914, Vol. 11, p. 1713 4, 2 | perspectives of war, revolution plunder and massacre, there are 1714 End, 8 | wrapped up in the vapors of poetry. How wonderful it would 1715 4, 2 | forms of ecumenism should be pointed out. One type seeks ‑ in 1716 4, 1 | Ghost raised up eminent polemists in the Church who enjoy 1717 4, 1 | polemics" (from the Greek polemos, war). Because of its particular 1718 1, 5 | why would it need a huge police apparatus to remain in power? 1719 2, 2 | capitalist, an important local politician, an aristocrat or a priest 1720 2 (8) | and not of the label the politicians completing the transformation 1721 1, 5 | disconcerting successes at the polls.2~In addition, the cause 1722 Intro (1)| of La Vie Catholique en Pologne/Revue de la Presse Polonaise, 1723 Intro (1)| Pologne/Revue de la Presse Polonaise, edited in Warsaw by the " 1724 App2 | front of the Buddahs at Polonnaruwa he wrote, 'Filled with every 1725 4, 1 | inherent to "inimicitias ponam" ("I will put enmities" ‑‑ 1726 App2 | one in which our poolside ponderer is liable to lose everything 1727 4, 1 | can thus penetrate even a poor soul that shortly before 1728 4, 1 | letter written in the name of Pope Pius XII by the Under‑secretary 1729 4, 3 | bring an unequalled yield in popularity.~Sometimes, the word yields 1730 4 (13) | colloquium" (loqui cum). The Portuguese equivalent, "colóquio," 1731 1, 5 | communism so well that he posed as a Catholic during the 1732 2, 2 | sight. It has to pick agents posing as noncommunists or even 1733 4, 1 | and charity? Doesn't Omnia possum in eo qui me comfortat ( 1734 1, 5 | themselves. Kruschevites and post-Kruschevites proclaim the need for fundamental 1735 4, 3 | speakers are thus already potentially conquered by irenicism in 1736 App2 | undefineable levels of world "poverty;" an attempted resurrection 1737 1, 1 | noncommunist nations as practicable most frequently through 1738 App2 | of his brain remote for practical considerations now begins 1739 4 (24) | Elegance and refinement are praiseworthy in themselves, and if the 1740 4 (16) | exhortation to the Lenten Preachers and Pastors of Rome, of 1741 4, 3 | times the best cement for a precarious and budding friendship. 1742 Intro (1)| did not take the necessary precautions to seeing that his argumentation 1743 App2 | jet only a day before has preceded him via the marvel of satellite 1744 3 (10) | of these fraternal bonds' precedence over divisions, and thus 1745 End (26) | True, there is the Divine precept on one hand and the communist 1746 4 (21) | of the reprobate and the predestinate" ‑ St. Louis de Montfort, 1747 4, 2 | another there logically can be predicted a debilitation of the functions 1748 4, 3 | irenistic dialogues, with the predominance of the dialogues of entertainment 1749 4, 3 | and consequently begin to prefer some applications over others. 1750 3, 2 | exposes us to the risk of preferring, rather than authentic solutions, 1751 4, 1 | our thesis if the reader prefers different classification 1752 4, 3 | This fermentation, which preludes the appearance of the talismanic 1753 Intro, 2 | Hegelian and dialectical premise to all those words whose 1754 3 (11) | was not absent from the preoccupations of Vatican Council II, which 1755 1, 11 | some aspects of Marxism, preparing them to accept this or that 1756 4, 1 | nature of this work is not preponderantly linguistic, we will proceed 1757 4, 3 | hope or illusion of finding presages of Kierkegaard in Saint 1758 4, 1 | the attack happens in the presence of thirdparties, not only 1759 App2 | a scientific advisor to Presidents Eisenhower, Kennedy and 1760 Intro (1)| Catholique en Pologne/Revue de la Presse Polonaise, edited in Warsaw 1761 4, 3 | aggravated. The Thomist then presumes that his interlocutor will 1762 4, 3 | substance since it does not presuppose an absolute antagonism between 1763 4, 3 | antipathy, arising from the presupposition that all ideological controversy 1764 App2 | of key words, phrases and presuppositions. The current international 1765 2, 2 | of the communist danger prevents the indifferent from becoming 1766 4, 3 | etc.~The soul or the mind pricked by irenicism tends not to 1767 4, 2 | this irenical "paradise."~Pride and sensuality occupy a 1768 2, 2 | politician, an aristocrat or a priest are much more useful than 1769 4, 1 | may always maintain the primacy of reasoning, which is its 1770 End, 8 | CONDITIONED TO ACCEPT~THE PRIMARY MEANING OF ALIENATION~(DEPENDENCE 1771 2, 2 | parties, and media lend a prime and precious cooperation 1772 3, 2 | that might mean renouncing prin ciples to avoid the fatal 1773 End (26) | rather than men, " warns the Prince of Apostles (Acts 5:29).~ 1774 1, 5 | elections in the months prior to the overthrow and suicide 1775 1, 3 | Communist Party is not its only priority: unperceived ideological 1776 4, 3 | the ball and chain on a prisoner's foot. The relations with 1777 4, 3 | crimes, punishments, and prisons would disappear. Government 1778 1, 6 | Indeed, nothing is less probable than a communist victory. 1779 1, 6 | their aggression they would probably suffer reprisals greater 1780 4, 1 | preponderantly linguistic, we will proceed quickly and clearly by showing 1781 4, 1 | that two or more speakers, proceeding by questions and answers, 1782 1, 5 | Kruschevites and post-Kruschevites proclaim the need for fundamental 1783 4, 3 | formulations but one that is proclaimed as the only wholly true 1784 4, 1 | on different stages and, prodded on by greater minds, the 1785 4, 3 | relative, comes to be seen as a product of an eternal dialectic.~ 1786 4, 3 | Catholic employs counterproductive and old‑fashioned methods 1787 1, 5 | communists hope to improve productivity by applying a principle 1788 3, 2 | consistence in the faith we profess. To see that we confide 1789 3, 2 | as supreme and ardently professed ideals the successively 1790 End, 1 | prepares the soul for explicit profession of atheism;~· The acceptance 1791 2, 2 | and so persecuted in their professional activities that, having 1792 4, 3 | peace and harmony would profit from the suppression of 1793 2 (6) | participation of employees in the profits, management, and property 1794 App2 | utopian "land reform" programs; undefineable levels of 1795 App1 | unity is affirmed and progresses.~~~~~~REPERCUSSION OF~~THE 1796 2 (8) | someone to deduce from that prohibition that the country is heading 1797 App2 | was head of the Manhattan Project's Explosive Division and 1798 4, 2 | worldly be bourgeoisie or proletarians, they have a common denominator 1799 App2 | nuclear weapons will proliferate. ... I personally think 1800 4, 1 | disturbances, quarrels, and prolonged, inextricable and hateful 1801 4, 2 | earthly paradise his utopia promises him.~The worldly proletarian 1802 4, 3 | irenicist when it comes to promote irenicism in relation to 1803 2 (7) | to say that everyone who promotes reforms of this nature is 1804 End, 4 | reveals itself to be a tool in promoting the spread of relativism 1805 App2 | peace." A short lived peace promptly shattered by the Japanese 1806 4, 1 | we propose has a merely propaedeutic character. Our exposition 1807 1 (5) | reestablishment be used propagandistically for other purposes?~For 1808 2, 5 | distinguishes them in a proportionate and legitimate way, and 1809 1 (5) | the West, while Russia's proposals of peaceful coexistence 1810 3, 2 | the whole social body, "propter vitam, vivendi perdere causas" ‑ 1811 4, 3 | dialogue-investigation begin to be seen as propulsory elements of the "persuasive" 1812 4, 1 | Church~ ~The systematic proscription of all argument pure and 1813 4, 3 | harmonious actions favoring prosperity, culture, and health. In 1814 Intro, 1 | dictated by conscience, to protest against such a flagrant 1815 App2 | members of the laity have protested the traditional teaching 1816 2 (8) | of their leaders do not prove that the transformations 1817 1 (2) | proselytism. On the contrary, it proves the success of the new techniques. 1818 4, 1 | minds, inspiring them and providing orientation.~In their most 1819 End, 8 | luminous, and vice versa, proving that the luminosity is not 1820 2, 7 | only temporary. Liberty is provisionally sacrificed under the dictatorship 1821 1 (5) | we must look beyond the proximate and visible causes to see 1822 4, 1 | to souls as a measure of prudence is a real doctrinal sleight 1823 1, 9 | Sympathy Syndrome~ ~In the very psychology of countless persons in 1824 4 (21) | Devotion to Mary, Montfort Publications, Bay Shore, New York, 1955, 1825 App2 | Nations. The teams bore a much publicized message about the impact 1826 Intro, 2 | public against this study by publishing an open letter to us in 1827 4 (16) | nonCatholics including pugnacious argument and even polemics, 1828 1, 6 | imperialism were literally pulverized by it" (Pravda, Jan. 6, 1829 4, 3 | last, and wars, crimes, punishments, and prisons would disappear. 1830 4, 3 | no longer content with a purely negative relativism that 1831 1 (5) | propagandistically for other purposes?~For example, will it not 1832 App2 | himself. "Are the noisy pushers of pacifism right? Are nations 1833 End (26) | would be something for the pusillanimous and not religious men to 1834 4 (22) | appeasement) such that, putting to the side all the questions 1835 3, 2 | Effects~ ~The propagandistic quality of the talismanic word leads 1836 4, 3 | different stages of this quest for the ultimate meaning, " 1837 2 (6) | it (cf.Reforma Agraria ‑ Questao de Consciencia by Most Rev. 1838 App2 | with every possibility, questioning nothing, knowing everything, 1839 App2 | has worked for. His mind races for a solution. From the 1840 3, 2 | begins to shine with a new radiance, fascinating the patient 1841 Intro, 4 | in all its fullness and radicality by leading the patient all 1842 3, 2 | Transshipment~ ~This very process of radicalizing the talismanic word causes 1843 2, 8 | but it tends to Marxism radically and directly, and is marked 1844 3, 2 | into masses, cf. Discorsi e Radiomessaggi, Vol. VI, p. 239).~This 1845 4 (22) | their perdition (Discorsi e Radiomessagi, vol. XII, p. 488).~Paul 1846 3, 2 | spirit, each of these words raises up a network of impressions, 1847 4, 1 | inspired by hostility that ranges, depending on the case, 1848 1, 5 | electoral campaign. The rank‑and‑file voter of the opposition - 1849 2, 1 | these first and sometimes rapid successes of the Marxist 1850 4, 3 | outside the Church. Not rarely these sentiments become 1851 App2 | about by fear without a rational basis. It is a world without 1852 Intro, 4 | ideological" in the diminutae rationis sense of the word.~We thought 1853 3, 2 | top to bottom and thereby reaching precisely the destructive 1854 4, 3 | impressionability and not reacting against the points of apathy, 1855 2 (8) | of the natives) were seen reactions proportional to those in 1856 1, 1 | Communist Strategy~ ~Many readers will stumble over a preliminary 1857 App2 | meeting between President Reagan and Leonid I. Brezhnev would 1858 4, 3 | basing good relationships on realistic foundations. For this he 1859 2, 2 | opinion that would react if it realized the real seriousness of 1860 App1 | myth: the man of good will realizes that doctrinal mistakes 1861 4, 3 | the contrary of irenicism, receives an enrichment that is not 1862 3, 2 | their chances of a good reception in the press, radio, or 1863 4 (23) | by using the word, would reciprocally seek to awaken reminiscences 1864 4, 3 | word "dialogue" is thus reclothed in magic and fascinating 1865 End (26) | God should receive just recompense on this earth. Nothing then 1866 4 (22) | overwhelming atheism but also to reconcile contrary opinions even in 1867 4, 1 | contrast when arguing. This recourse of the Divine Teacher is 1868 End (26) | clear: "What is there to recriminate in war? Is it the fact that 1869 2, 2 | harm. While the Marxists recruit their militants, penetrate 1870 2, 1 | of a certain circle are recruited, the ranks of the party 1871 2, 1 | known methodsindividual recruiting in universities, unions, 1872 4, 1 | over whom they exercise a rectrix (directive) action and in 1873 4, 1 | expelles furca, tamen usque recurret," said Horace tersely (Epist., 1874 3 (10) | true God and true man, Redeemer of the human race, and who 1875 4, 1 | simple and polemics, and the reduction of all contacts to mere 1876 Intro, 2 | surprising manner. The point of reference explaining and ordering 1877 4, 2 | going through successive refinements of it, reaches relativism 1878 End, 4 | attitude is new, but on reflecting we see that the newness 1879 3, 3 | emotion which it excites. Reflection, drawing towards the talismanic 1880 4, 3 | D. Indirect and Reflexive Effects of the Talismanic 1881 2 (6) | function proper to it (cf.Reforma Agraria ‑ Questao de Consciencia 1882 Intro, 3 | predispose those naturally refractory to explicit forms of Marxist 1883 App2 | which supports his frosty refreshment, he begins to scan the front 1884 1, 5 | is a continuous flow of refugees who face the greatest risks 1885 4, 3 | linguistics, what is the refulgent pole with which it tends 1886 4 (16) | dialogue when nonCatholics "refuse it completely, or pretend 1887 App2 | anyone or anything ‑ without refutation ‑ without establishing some 1888 4, 1 | require that error and evil be refuted and chastised with vehemence. 1889 4, 1 | This occurs in all circles, regardless of the degree of education. 1890 4 (19) | greatly diminished both as regards his understanding, as well 1891 4, 3 | insinuate that the myth of a regenerative, collectivist, and sentimental 1892 4, 1 | different ways. From one region to another, and more justifiably, 1893 3, 2 | invaluable personal, familiar, or regional peculiarities are mercilessly 1894 Intro | Catholic journalist. He wrote regularly for the Catholic weekly 1895 4 (22) | human race and the confusion reigning in souls, are forcefully 1896 2, 2 | gives the adversary free rein.~This is a considerable 1897 1, 5 | Only after seizing the reins of state did Castro tear 1898 4 (16) | even polemics, are only rejected when "offensive" and "violent" 1899 App2 | nothing, knowing everything, rejecting nothing ... the peace that 1900 4 (20) | of polemics leads to the rejection of apologetics. Bad apologetics 1901 4 (16) | nevertheless explicitly rejects irenicism and shows the 1902 4, 3 | brilliant to the irenistic relativists. It increases the intensity 1903 4, 1 | persuasion of the other. Relaxed emotional attitude.~ ~Dialogue 1904 1, 6 | and revolution are less reluctant (if at all) than the forces 1905 4, 1 | generally gives them up reluctantly. This attachment is much 1906 4, 2 | something from a former era remained. It would frequently require 1907 4, 3 | Irremediable? Or is this clash the remedy? Our Thomist is only too 1908 4, 1 | to the formula of Saint Remigius, "Burn what you adored and 1909 4 (23) | reciprocally seek to awaken reminiscences of the past before the fall? 1910 4, 3 | dialogue, which still conserves remnants of pugnacity.~As the irenicist 1911 4, 3 | dialogue has the magic power to remove all prejudices, and guarantees 1912 End, 8 | becomes; the farther it is removed, the more opaque.~Once an 1913 4, 2 | concord would reign over a renewed earth inhabited only by 1914 1 (5) | communism logically must renovate its methods completely in 1915 4 (22) | better accommodate, with some renovation, ecclesiastical teaching 1916 2 (6) | law; and the protection of renters against possible excesses 1917 1, 10 | accords that do not entail a renunciation of the fundamental principles 1918 4, 2 | transshipment which, by repeating the word "dialogue" in a 1919 App1 | produce synthesis.~~~~~~REPERCUSSIONOF THE TALISMANIC WORD~~"DIALOGUE"~~ 1920 4, 1 | other through insistence, repetition (which Napoleon considered 1921 End, 5 | clashing elements would be replaced with a cordial and dialectic 1922 4, 2 | and of the United Nations, replacing them with a universal anarcho‑ 1923 App2 | marvel of satellite news reporting.~The headlines have breached 1924 App2 | chaos. Everywhere there are reports or rumors of "wars;" "emerging" 1925 App2 | Adjusting his sunglasses and repositioning his chair to make the most 1926 4, 3 | pacifist cordiality. "Dialogue" represents the first form of the irenistic 1927 1, 5 | their country to a Russian repression like the one suffered by 1928 End (26) | men to do. What is justly reprimanded in war is the desire to 1929 Intro, 2 | article in Kierunki and reprinted in Catolicismo (no. 170, 1930 4 (21) | who are the figures of the reprobate and the predestinate" ‑ 1931 App2 | years ago. At that time, the Republican Party of Warren Harding 1932 4, 3 | that his interlocutor will repudiate as always dangerous or unjust 1933 4, 3 | those he would have most repudiatedCommunism and Modernism ‑ 1934 4, 3 | what is merely negative is repugnant to human nature. Thus, moving 1935 4, 1 | separately or together as required by each particular case.~ ~ 1936 3, 2 | even though it necessarily requires adaptations to each concrete 1937 4 (25) | sense has an extrinsic resemblance to the same mode taken in 1938 4, 1 | This mode of "argument" resembles dialogue in the strict sense 1939 4, 3 | energy, and suspicion are reserved only for those who, inside 1940 4, 3 | him, "truth" appears to reside.~Above all, he hopes to 1941 Intro, 1 | fixed point of legitimate residual meaning. Furthermore, it 1942 4, 3 | as completely relative, residually present in the most contrary 1943 1, 5 | they had always confronted resolute and perspicacious leaders.~ 1944 4, 3 | seems to have the gift of resolving the most difficult problems 1945 1, 6 | than the forces of order to resort to destruction to achieve 1946 4 (16) | religious truth ought to resound with greater strength. Men 1947 1, 5 | relation to the West in this respect is admitted by the communists 1948 4, 1 | accustomed to especially respectful treatment. At times they 1949 2 (6) | landowners, and tenants, respecting the principle of private 1950 4, 1 | and objectives correspond respectively diverse emotional attitudes 1951 App2 | Harding and Calvin Coolidge responded to the sentiments of a nation 1952 App2 | bishops are shouldering their responsibility of leading this revolution, 1953 Intro, 2 | Such advantages supposedly resulted from arguing as such, even 1954 App2 | poverty;" an attempted resurrection of "detente," the "cold 1955 2, 2 | uses threats of personal retaliation against them and their families 1956 Intro, 4 | accommodations, concessions, and retreat. This transshipment is " 1957 1 (5) | capitalized" itself a bit?~What retreats and capitulations could 1958 End, 4 | with the communists "Pax" reveals itself to be a tool in promoting 1959 End (26) | bomb, command us to reject revelation. And confronted with this 1960 4, 1 | As there is a profound reversibility between the good, the true 1961 1, 9 | anticommunists who are more revolted by the violent methods and 1962 Intro (1)| Vie Catholique en Pologne/Revue de la Presse Polonaise, 1963 App2 | of nationalism. But the revulsion against the Vietnam war ... 1964 End (26) | punishment, but also the reward. Nations faithful to the 1965 4, 1 | Napoleon considered the best rhetorical figure), and the attraction 1966 App2 | bound up in an uncomfortable ribbon of "love?"~Our imaginary 1967 4, 1 | voices on both sides that are richer in thought, have greater 1968 3, 2 | numerous than those of certain rightly detested privileges. To 1969 2, 7 | of affairs would require rigid State control. However, 1970 App2 | few survivors, 'I had a rigl.‑. good time.' We are asked 1971 End, 4 | but only the inflexible rigors of the most ferocious persecution.~ ~ 1972 4, 2 | this terrible adversary rises in him. The irenical dialogue 1973 4, 2 | relationship, that between nations. Rivalry of interests and ideological 1974 App2 | side of the ideological river as well. This idea of "consciousness" 1975 2, 8 | position to the next on the road to Marxism is an old and 1976 1, 6 | normal tendency of a highway robber hidden in ambush is to attack. 1977 App2 | December 31, 1981, Bishop Roger Mahoney of Stockton, California 1978 2, 6 | common good. As the steam roller of egalitarianism becomes 1979 4 (16) | teaches" (L'Osservalore Romano, French edition, February 1980 App2 | Commencement to Armageddon, Ronnie Dugger, Editor, Texas Observer, 1981 End (26) | because it attacks Faith ‑ the root of all virtues.~If the condition 1982 App2 | words and phrases firmly rooted in his subconscious now 1983 1, 5 | policies of the late president Rossevelt at Teheran and Yalta complemented 1984 4, 3 | jovial with prospects of a rosy future prepared by a series 1985 4, 3 | outcast from society en route to utopia, and no one else, 1986 1 (5) | reestablishment, although rudimentary, of free enterprise. The 1987 3, 2 | praised. Therefore, we would run a serious risk if any action 1988 3, 2 | efficiency of these illegitimate ruses, we should point out that 1989 4, 2 | likes neither clashes nor sacrifices.~But the world communist 1990 3, 2 | conversions can only cause them sadness and turn them away. We should 1991 4, 1 | Bernard, and Saint Francis de Sales.~ ~1) Argument Pure and 1992 4, 1 | pure and simple often has a salient note of emotional combativity 1993 4, 1 | and immoral produces a salutary impact in the mind of whoever 1994 App2 | Henry Steele Commager and Samuel Elliot Morison, "the Washington 1995 3 (10) | severity of ecclesiastical sanctions and the necessity of the 1996 2 (6) | Vera Cruz, 4th edition, Sâo Paulo, 1962, pp. XIX and 1997 Intro | Colleges of São Bento and Sedes Sapientiae of the Pontifical Catholic 1998 3, 2 | of life itself (Juvenal, Sat. VIII, 84).~‑ Insensitivity 1999 4 (21) | of Belial, the slaves of Satan, the friends of the world ( 2000 App2 | preceded him via the marvel of satellite news reporting.~The headlines 2001 End, 1 | today's public opinion is saturated by a multifaceted and intelligent 2002 4 (16) | the moment) to rest in the scabbard of doubt and irenicism.


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