• Life and Works of Rizal
    thought that this article was meant to overthrow Rizal as The National Hero of the Philippines. But I was wrong. The article dealt more about how wrong the Filipinos over-glorified Rizal and how the construction of Rizal as a National Hero is poorly constructed. So, the ultimate question then is this:...
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  • Veneration with or without understanding
    The Non-Revolutionary Hero One of the most debatable issues of today is Dr. Jose Rizal’s legitimacy as the Philippines’ National Hero. Renato Constantino pointed out facts contradicting Rizal’s appointment in his article Veneration without Understanding. The main argument being that since Rizal did...
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  • Ideal Hero
    Ideal Hero Part 1: Qualities of a Hero A hero is competent and confident. A hero has abilities and talents however extraordinary or mundane they may be. A hero is conscious of the world he or she lives in, the society and the people around. A hero also has a strong moral compass. A hero is passionate...
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  • J.P Rizal, The Univocal National Hero
    Reaction Paper #2 J.P Rizal, the Univocal National Hero Venerating Jose Rizal for a reason “Veneration with Understanding” by Armand J. Malay is an eye opener. It revealed me the truth about revering...
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  • Heroes Essay
    Paper # 1 Part I A true hero has the “passion to do good deeds”. Every people have the capacity to be a hero in their own little ways. It’s not important if it’s known by everyone or be broadcasted by media. What’s important is doing these good deeds just to help other people or contribute to the...
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  • rizal
    1. How did Jose Rizal Became a National Hero? Jose Rizal became a national hero of the Philippines as a reformist who advocated peacefully for liberty rather than through violent means. He was a forerunner of Gandhi and along with Sun Yat Sen and Tagore; the thought climate was changed throughout...
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  • Veneration Without Understanding
    to downgrade Rizal have not ceased completely 74 years after his death. More unfortunately, those who would downgrade him and picture him as a false hero are his own countrymen. 2.    “The wounds that had been inflicted by foreigners were painful, but more painful are the wounds still being inflicted...
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  • Genres of Action Heroes
    The more common heroes are known as the "Brute Action Hero," the "Nerdy/Intelligent Hero," the "Female/Incentive Hero," and of course the "Good Hero Gone Bad." The movie "National Treasure" has examples of all these actions heroes. The first hero, "The Brute," is always strong, both mentally and physically...
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  • Reaction Paper- Rizal
    Ysavel V. AUG.1, 2013 BSFT 4-1D “Does Rizal deserve to be our national hero?” This article written by Renato Constantino, is all about Rizal that does he really deserves to be a hero or not? The author compared Rizal to others national heroes in different countries, who is most decisively active in...
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  • rizal: what made him a hero?
    RIZAL: WHAT MADE HIM A HERO? "What matters death if one dies for what one loves, for native land and cherished ones?" A hero may be easy to spell but it is never easy to become. Heroes are people who have gained enormous identity among others. They are role models, well-respected, nationalistic...
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  • my home by jose rizal
    used his charismatic person Premium619 Words3 Pages Jose Rizal Reaction Paper JOSE RIZAL The movie tells the life story of Jose Rizal, the national hero of the Philippines. It covers his life from his childhood to his execution at the hands of the Spanish forces occupying the Philippines in the late...
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  • iamgodsbeloved
    A national hero of the Philippines is a Filipino who has been recognized as a hero for his or her role in the history of the country. Loosely, the term may refer to all Filipino historical figures recognized as heroes, but the term more strictly refers to those officially designated as such. In 1995...
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  • Characteristics of a National Hero
    *Selection and Proclamation of National Heroes and Laws Honoring Filipino Historical Figures | Executive Summary No law, executive order or proclamation has been enacted or issued officially proclaiming any Filipino historical figure as a national hero. However, because of their significant roles...
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  • Why Is Rizal Our National Hero
    how to die for principles. This is the letter he wanted us to read, a letter that will illustrate to anti-Rizal advocates why Rizal is our national hero: “The step that I have taken, or am about to take, is undoubtedly very risky, and it is unnecessary to say that I have pondered on it a great...
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  • National Hero
    I, with my group mates, is going to defend that Dr. Jose Rizal deserves to be the National Hero of the Philippines. Let me give you the criteria in choosing a National Hero as set by the Philippine National Heroes Committee in 1993-1995 which follows: 1. Heroes are those who have a concept...
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  • Rizal as a Hero
    Should Dr. Jose Rizal be Considered as National Hero of the Republic of the Philippines? __________________________________________ A Six-page Position Paper Submitted to Mr. Jonas P. Anciano University of Batangas Lipa Campus ______________________________ ...
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  • Students’ Views on Filipino Historians’ Articles About Jose Rizal as the National Hero of the Philippines
    STUDENTS’ VIEWS ON FILIPINO HISTORIANS’ ARTICLES ABOUT JOSE RIZAL AS THE NATIONAL HERO OF THE PHILIPPINES A Paper Submitted to: Dr. Minerva V. Apita In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements in: Philippine History with Politics and Governance Laylo, Anelle Nica M. September 7, 2011 ABSTRACT ...
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  • Fifty Years Later...Do We Still Need National Heroes
    Fifty years later...Do we still need National Heroes in Jamaica The question asked “After fifty years, do we still need national heroes?” Well, in my words, I strongly believe we do. It is important to have heroes based on our Jamaican history: from the time of slavery to where we are today as a...
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  • Youth
    Andres Bonifacio, the Real National Hero A Term Paper Submitted to Mrs. Erlinda A. Quirap Department of English Cagayan de Oro National High School In Partial Fulfillment of The Requirements in English IV – Newton By Vincent Jay C. Bacor February 15, 2011 Sentence Outline: ...
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  • Veneration Without Understanding
    eye-opener. Being one of the thousands, if not millions, of   students who memorized the national flower, the national tree and the national hero without question,   I never really learned why Rizal is our national hero. I just took it for what it is, the same way people from before took the earth to be...
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