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|Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira|
Unperceived Ideol. Transship. and Dial.
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A. An Evolved and Paradisiacal Order of Things: the "Era of Good Will"
What utopias and singular emotional conditions are capable of leading someone to admit as desirable and possible a new order of things, an era of what one could call "good will," in which men would neither argue nor debate among themselves?
Such an order of things would suppose that the human race, having overcome the effects of original sin by an extensive evolution and thus consisting only of men of good will, could inaugurate a type of social relationship in which disagreements, if there were any, would be eliminated by the elucidating action of contacts lacking combativity.