Moral Filipino Essays and Term Papers

  • Moral Recovery Program

    Moral Recovery Program, An Overview Proclamation No. 62 dated 30 September 1992 declared a Moral Recovery Program in response to the need to strengthen the moral resources of the Filipino people rooted in Filipino culture, values and ideals that are pro God, pro people, pro country and pro nature. This...

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  • Confucian Values in Relation to Filipino Values

    Relation of Confucian Values with Filipino Values Moral, values and ethics define who we are and what we believe. Culture, religion, and many other things affect our beliefs. One uses various types of ethics when surrounded by different groups. Knowing between right and wrong is a good foundation...

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  • Filipino Values

    CONTEXTUALIZING THE FILIPINO VALUES OF PAGKALINGA, PAG-AARUGA, PAKIALAM, AND THE FEMINIST ETHICS OF CARE1   NATIVIDAD DOMINIQUE G. MANAUAT     In this article, the author looks carefully into the Filipino value system as it relates to caring. A critique of traditional value theory yields the...

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  • The Study of Values by Frank Lynch

    The Study of Values by Frank Lynch The Filipino today, in his attempt to modernize and develop, faced with a two-fold endeavor: to strengthen his national identity and to cope with never-ending changes. Experience has taught us institution, systems, and values copied from Western models do not operate...

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  • Apolinario Mabini’s Works: a Critique Paper

    APOLINARIO MABINI’S WORKS: A CRITIQUE PAPER Apolinario Mabini was a Filipino political thinker and architect of the Philippine revolt. He expressed the philosophies of a democratic popular administration, giving the past struggles of the Filipino people with a coherent ideological orientation. He was undoubtedly...

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  • Implication of Divorce to the Values and morals of Filipinos

    INTRODUCTION Divorce has implications on the values and morals of Filipinos which can be shown by giving the positive and negative effects of divorce on the family affected by the process. Divorce (or the dissolution of marriage) is the final termination of a marital union, cancelling the legal duties...

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  • Dr. Jose Rizal: the Fountainhead and Living Source of Filipino Nationalism

    essentially of action but of intelligence, rose up to fight for the freedom of an enslaved nation. Among the most greatest of Filipinos patriots is Jose Rizal – the fountainhead of Filipino Nationalism. Rizal’s Significance Then On the 19th day of June in the year 1861, in the second half of the 19th...

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  • Human Behavior

    The Filipino value system or Filipino values refers to the set of values or the value system that a majority of the Filipino have historically held important in their lives. This Philippine value system includes their own unique assemblage of consistent ideologies, moral codes, ethical practices, etiquette...

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  • Social Justice

    Rosmini-Serbati.[1][2][5][6][7] The phrase has taken on a very controverted and variable meaning, depending on who is using it. The idea was elaborated by the moral theologian John A. Ryan, who initiated the concept of a living wage. Father Coughlin also used the term in his publications in the 1930s and the 1940s...

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  • values

    Understanding the Filipino Values and Culture To a person who is not familiar or aware of the Philippine culture, understanding Filipinos is like playing a game one has never played before and of which the rules have not been explained very well. Understanding the values of Filipinos pose a challenge...

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  • Humanities

    show the strengths of the Filipino character: Katapatan and Pakikipagkapwa-tao. The other two seem to hinder the advancement of the Filipinos. These are the "Bahala na" attitude and the "Kanya-kanya" syndrome. Pakikipagkapwa-tao and Family Orientation: This indigenous Filipino trait is the regard for...

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  • Filipino Value

    Filipino core values, along with the Filipino character or Filipino identity of a person or an individual known as the Filipino, the Filipino value system are found to possess inherent key elements of. value system which includes their own unique assemblage of consistent ideologies, moral codes, ethical...

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  • Catechism for Filipino Catholics

    CBCP Catholic Bishops’ Conference of the Philippines Catechism for Filipino Catholics New Edition with expanded Subject Index and Primer ECCCE WORD & LIFE PUBLICATIONS MANILA PHILIPPINES From the beginning of the Christianization of the Philippines to the end of the...

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  • Cups of Hope

    The definition itself enables us to understand that every individual is involved and political culture plays an important role in a society. As for Filipino political culture, it is hard to come up with a general concept knowing that our country is an archipelago bounded by a lot culture, tradition and...

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  • What is an educated Filipino?

    What Is an Educated Filipino? (Francisco Benitez) (From an address before the General Assembly of the University of the Philippines, 1923.) The educated Filipino should, first, be distinguished by the power to do. The Oriental excels in reflective thinking: he is a philosopher. The Occidental is...

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  • i dont know

    majority of Filipinos, including Hindus, Buddhists, animists, Muslims, Aglipayans,Protestant and Catholic.[1] It is central not as an abstract belief system, but rather as a host are experiences, rituals, ceremonies, and adjurations that provide continuity in life, cohesion in the community and moral purpose...

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  • educated Filipino

    BSED II -Bioscience What Is an Educated Filipino? by Francisco Benitez (From an address before the General Assembly of the University of the Philippines, 1923.) The educated Filipino should, first, be distinguished by the power to do. The Oriental excels in reflective thinking: he is a philosopher...

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  • What Is an Educated Filipino

    Summary: What is an educated Filipino? -Francisco Benitez- What is an educated Filipino and what qualities should distinguish him today? The conception of education and of what an educated man is varies in response to fundamental changes in the details and aims of society. In our country and...

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  • What is an Educated Filipino

    What is an educated Filipino by Francisco Benitez   The conception of education and of what an educated man is varies in response to fundamental changes in the details and aims of society. In our country and during this transition stage in our national life, what are the qualities which...

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  • Carl

    the only way to eradicate poverty. 4. To know that is only education that liberates the mind from the bondage of ignorance. 5. Rizal wanted the Filipinos to be educated because he found education the only answer to subjugation. The Strategies are the following: 1. Group Dynamics 2. Lecture 3. Handouts ...

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