• Saasasa
    The story of the Philippines' national hero, Dr. José Rizal, and his family, is representative of the courageous spirit and moral intellect, the sublime quality of leadership, that makes possible the emergence of an independent nation from colonialized, disunited, or economically looted territories...
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  • Nationalism
    “ Government is the monopoly of legitimate use of physical power” * Max Weber * The government is committed to promote: * general welfare, * morals, * intelligence, * social justice * Ultimate happiness Rizal on the Family * Family- the basic and oldest...
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  • Sitesh
    Jose Rizal’s legacy to Filipino women is embodied in his famous essay entitled, “To the Young Women of Malolos,” where he addresses all kinds of women – mothers, wives, the unmarried, etc. and expresses everything that he wishes them to keep in mind. “To the Women of Malolos” was originally written...
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  • to the young woman of malolos
    To the Young Women of Malolos: Summary and Analysis Jose Rizal’s legacy to Filipino women is embodied in his famous essay entitled, “To the Young Women of Malolos,” where he addresses all kinds of women – mothers, wives, the unmarried, etc. and expresses everything that he wishes them to keep...
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  • Young Women of Malolos
    To the Young Women of Malolos: Summary and Analysis Jose Rizal’s legacy to Filipino women is embodied in his famous essay entitled, “To the Young Women of Malolos,” where he addresses all kinds of women – mothers, wives, the unmarried, etc. and expresses everything that he wishes them to keep in...
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  • Life & Analysis of Rizal
    To the Young Women of Malolos: Summary and Analysis Jose Rizal’s legacy to Filipino women is embodied in his famous essay entitled, “To the Young Women of Malolos,” where he addresses all kinds of women – mothers, wives, the unmarried, etc. and expresses everything that he wishes them to keep in...
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  • Rizal and the Youth Today
    a national hero should be? Is he an inspiration to the younger generations? What is his legacy? What is his relevance today? Dr. J. P. Rizal, describing the youth as the Philippines’ hope of tomorrow, should follow his vision of a genuine liberty and democracy for the Filipino people and a deep...
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  • Thesis
    more than a good mind and a strong body. Like Rizal, Washington belonged to a family that believed in hard work, in public service, and in worshiping God. Washington's father, Augustine Washington (1694-1743), was a hardworking man where he teaches his children with good moral characters. The...
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    brotherhood, struggled until death for the moral and intellectual advancement of his people.” Time and distance cannot obliterate the memory of Rizal in Heidelberg—“The City with Heart.” To the inhabitants of Heidelberg and the German government, “Danken” (Thank you). Ramon M. Roda is a retired professor...
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  • Sample
    connotation, that reduces his nuanced political and moral dreams for the Philippines to utterly simplistic terms. It’s a coordinated negation of Jose Rizal’s actual legacy. What we remember are his polemics and propaganda, what we are forced to memorize are his books, out of context. A context that...
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  • Rp Rizal
    in war. In return the state is expected to protect the people and safeguard the people’s rights and interests. The term nation, as used by Rizal, refers to a moral community in which the members are bound together by a sacred covenant—1) to resist evil and injustice; and 2) to promote the common...
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  • JP Rizal
    National Hero by General Aguinaldo 10.2 References to Catholic church 10.3 Critiques of Books 10.4 Rizal's role in the Philippine revolution 11 Legacy 12 Historical commemoration 13 Rizal in popular culture 13.1 Adaptation of his works 13.2 Biographic films 13.3 Others 14 See also 15 Notes...
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  • Rizal's Life, Work and Writings
    .[26] Indeed, Rizal is perhaps the first revolutionary whose death is attributed entirely to his work as a writer; and through dissent and civil disobedience enabled him to successfully destroy Spain's moral primacy to rule. He also bequeathed a book personally bound by him in Dapitan to his 'best...
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  • Rizal
    fraternity. Again this contradiction to his earlier ideas is common throughout his works. (http://www.scribd.com/doc/49581808/Jose-Rizal-A-Hero-and-an-Artist) The story of the Philippines' national hero, Dr. José Rizal, and his family, is representative of the courageous spirit and moral...
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  • Social Network of Jose Rizal
    THE SOCIAL NETWORK OF JOSE RIZAL José Rizal was a Filipino nationalist and reformist. He was born on June 19, 1861 and was executed December 30, 1896 by the Spanish colonial government in the Philippines. He is considered to be the national hero of the Philippines. Schooled in Europe, he was the...
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  • Rizal
    rebellion. I am going to die with a tranquil conscience.[  Indeed, Rizal is perhaps the first revolutionary whose death is attributed entirely to his work as a writer; and through dissent and civil disobedience enabled him to successfully destroy Spain's moral ascendancy to rule. He also bequeathed...
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  • Rizal's Life and History
    was responsible for the loss of the Philippines to Spain. Ramon Blanco later presented his sash and sword to the Rizal family as an apology. Criticism Attempts to debunk legends surrounding Rizal, and the tug of war between free thinker and Catholic, have kept his legacy controversial...
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  • Jose Rizal
    General Aguinaldo 10.2 References to Catholic church 10.3 Critiques of Books 10.4 Rizal's role in the Philippine revolution 11 Legacy 12 Historical commemoration 13 Other works 14 Rizal in popular culture 14.1 Adaptation of his works...
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  • Youth on Filipino Patriotism
    wanted was recognition of the true Filipino citizen. Jose Rizal, Apolinario Mabini, Emilio Aguinaldo, Gabriela and Diego Silang, Andres Bonifacio, and Lapu-Lapu, to name only a few of the Filipino heroes who gave up their lives for the country's freedom against foreign oppression. They fought with...
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  • Komposisyon
    her old age, she looked after the sick and injured Katipuneros and gave moral support and prayers, earning her the name "Mother of the Katipunan" or revolution. ------------------------------------------------- Biography Melchora Aquino was born to well-off parents who were farmers, Valentina de...
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