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  • Book Review "In Excelsis: the Mission of Jose P. Rizal, Humanist and Philippines National Hero "
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  • Spaniards Colonization
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  • "Doing Philosophy in the Philippines: Fifty Years Ago and Fifty Years from Now" - a Review Journal
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  • Philippines
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  • History of the Philippines
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  • The Philippines and it's people
    The Philippines is an archipelago lying southeast of the coast of the mainland Asia. It is located above the equator and thus belongs to the northern hemisphere. It has approximately 300,000 square kilometers or 116,000 square miles, making it the 72nd largest country by area. The...
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