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used in The Magic Mountain

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someone opposed to violence as a means of settling disputes
  • You have spoken to our pupils here about the Church's bloody deeds and her chastening impatience—but that was very foolish of you, for the zeal of the godly cannot, by definition, be pacifistic.
    6.3 - The City of God and Evil Deliverance (61% in)
  • For progress was pure nihilism, and the liberal bourgeois was in truth a man of nothingness and the Devil—yes, he denied God, the conservative, positive Absolute, and instead pledged allegiance to the devilish Anti-Absolute, and in his deadly pacifism marveled at how devout he was.
    6.8 - A Good Soldier (63% in)

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