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Jose Rizal Essay

He used his intelligence, talents and skills in a more peaceful way rather than the aggressive way and he also sacrifice his love life and his quite life for the sake of our country and also for the Filipino people. He expressed his love for the Philippines through his novels, essays and articles rather than through the use of force or aggression.


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Who Made Rizal Our Foremost National Hero, and Why?

For those who may still doubt & question the fact that Rizal is greater, far greater than Bonifacio, or any other Filipino hero, the following observation by Retaña will be sufficient: Todos los paises tienen su idolo mas ninguno tiene un mayor idolo; que Filipinas. If we were asked to pick out a single work by a Filipino writer during this peri...


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Dr. Jose Protacio Essay

He is the ideal hero not only because he loved the country, but also because he was willing to give up his life for his country and for his fellow Filipinos . We cannot deny the fact that many other heroes gave their lives for our country by fighting foreign invaders with their sharp weapons, but Rizal was still selected as our national hero where...


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Rizal’s Life Work’s and Writings Essay

It is probably only a matter of time the youth completely misses the significance of the Indio’s struggle in Rizal’s time, of how the Filipino identity was forged through a revolution. Published in 1887, “Noli Me Tangere” brought to the consciousness of the Filipino that he should not be a slave in his own country and should reclaim his birthright.


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Veneration Without Understanding

Rizal’s powerful words in his writings had an impact and contribution to the formation of the Filipino nationality. Lastly, Rizal was not the person needed by the Americans because he was a good model of anti-thesis of revolution, he is not a puppet used to lure us, not a piper to hypnotize us – he is respected to be the hero of our heroes.


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Who and what made Rizal our foremost national hero: Reaction Paper Essay

Yes, indeed, he inspired many of our heroes and they consider themselves a saluting person to Rizal. Lastly, Rizal was not the person needed by the Americans because he was a good model of anti-thesis of revolution, he is not a puppet used to lure us, not a piper to hypnotize us – he is respected to be the hero of our heroes.


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Cesar Montano & hello Essay

JOSE RIZAL The movie tells the life story of Jose Rizal, the national hero of the Philippines. 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 I...


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Manila and Jose Rizal Essay

The parents of Dr. Jose Rizal was the one who made him the foremost hero, also one of the contributors that made Rizal a hero is her relatives, mentors and friends. 1425 known as a law mandates all educational institution in the Philippines to offer courses about Jose Rizal’s life, works and writings include in the Curriculum of all Public and Priva...


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Summary Of The Philippines Literature Essay

are about the creation of the universe, God ( Bathala or Maykapal),and the origin of man, supernatural beings and native Filipino heroes. Filipino folktales (kwentong bayan ) sprung and spread in the olden days.. Filipino folktales are stories that form part of the oral tradition in the Philippines.


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DONA MAE RONQUILLO PHILIPPINE HISTORY Essay

Spain modernized the Philippines from mostly Stone Age, by the end of Spain’s rule Filipino society featured roads, bridges, schools, colleges, hospitals, grand ballrooms and theater. Representation of the Philippines in the Cortes Generales, the Spanish parliament; Secularization of the clergy; Legalization of Spanish and Filipino equality; Creatio...


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Why Neither July 4 or June 12 Should Philippine Independence Essay

Firstly, it indicates that American authorities perform acts, overt or clandestine, calculated to bear on the actuations of incumbent Filipino Presidents and most Presidential candidates and to affect the campaign and its outcome. Secondly, this practice lessens the independence of mind and action of Filipino Presidents – a fact which could jeopardi...


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Rizal’s Parents’ Qualities Essay

His first travel to Europe is the beginning of his true adventure in his life, socializing in other races and introduce him to the other as a Filipino is one of a proof that he is proud to be a Filipino even though Filipinos at that time was popular of being an Indio but he is proud to represent himself as a Filipino after all. He died because he lo...


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Effects of Ofw Essay

The Philippine goverment considers OFW’s as living heroes but if you are in trouble you may realize that most heroes are suffering from death. Lastly the lazy “houseband” or husband I should say, the father is the provider of the house, this is our in dogma all over the world but sadly to say here in the Philippines this is where you can find abunda...


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Rizal Journey Essay

Constantino (1969)| * Claims that Rizal was an American-sponsored hero.| Taft Commission of 1901| * Not the Filipino people chose Rizal to become our country’s national hero.| Contenders of the Title of National Hero| * Rizal, Aguinaldo, Bonifacio and Mabini| Act No.137| * Organized a politico-military district and named it as the province of Rizal ...


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Life, works, and political ideas of Dr. Jose Rizal Essay

(Constantino, Constantino solidifies his argument further by pointing to the Americans rational of endorsing and sponsoring Dr. Jose Rizal as the hero of the Filipino people. The argument is difficult to challenge: According to Constantino, the main intriguing fact about Rizal as a hero is that, when seen in a matrix inclusive of other national hero...


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Rizal Park

He is retroactively regarded as the first national hero of the Philippines. National Museum of the Philippines, located on the northeastern tip of Rizal Park, is the natural history and ethnography museum of the Philippines.


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Discrimination towards Asians Essay

Perhaps it is this realization that led to further acceptance to the Filipino culture and the Filipino people. As in the case of Philippines, the conflict between the Spanish conquerors and the Filipino rebels paved way for the intervention of America in the guise of “generosity”.


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Lesson Plan in I Am a Filipino Essay

As a Filipino, we must not forget what our heroes did for us, for our country. Our task to the future is to continue pursuing our rights as a Filipino and fight for it.


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A nationalist leader

He was the first Filipino but he was only a limited Filipino, the ilustrado Filipino who fought for national unity but feared the Revolution and loved his mother country, yes, but in his own ilustrado way. When the goals of the people are finally achieved, Rizal the first Filipino, will be negated by the true Filipino by whom he will be remembered a...


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Philippine Poetry Essay

Old Time History, as stories about folk heroes of long ago are referred to, is used to study the lifestyle and beliefs of the people of that time. The heroes’ adventures are usually about how they become endowed with powers from the gods, battle monsters, triumph over formidable armies, ride the wind, travel on flying shields and protect the earlies...


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Biography of Dr. Jose Rizal Essay

Jose Rizal used this as a message to the Filipino people. How many bachelor courses or degrees of Rizal finish before he become national heroes?


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Unemployment rate in the Philippines Essay

Japan invaded the Philippines, leading to the deaths of over a million Filipinos. On July 4, 1946, the Republic of the Philippines was established.


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Economic Efeect on Working Abroad

Former Philippine President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo applied the term Overseas Filipino Investor or OFI for Filipino expatriates who contribute to the economy through remittances, buying properties and creating businesses. An Overseas Filipino is a person of Filipino origin who lives outside of the Philippines.


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Philippine Literature Essay

However, due to the length of stay of the colonizers, the Spanish culture was eventually imbued in the Filipino literature of the period; – Religion became an important theme that had influenced the early Filipino writings which had the presence of paganism – “Christian Folk-Tale”; . However, these day-to-day experiences under a new foreign influe...


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Philippine Literature Essay

However, these day-to-day experiences under a new foreign influence, as well as sentiments, were expressed through the English language; – The Spanish ‘sarsuwela’ was eventually replaced by the ‘drama’; – One major influence of the American occupation on the Filipino literature is its refining in the context of the content and the form. It has becom...


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Philippine Century Hence

And the family as a unit of society was neglected, and overall, in every aspect of life of the Filipino was retarded. The Philippines a Century Hence is an essay written by our national hero Jose Rizal and it tells the future of the country within a hundred years.


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Jose Rizal

He peered into the dying hearts of the Filipino people through his words that burned with wisdom. Honorable members of the board of judges, distinguished guests, friends, my fellow Filipinos— I am sure you are all familiar with this story, a story that happened more than a century ago, so simple yet noble, that lingers through the hearts and minds o...


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Manila and Rizal Essay

Most people only know of Dr. Rizal as the writer of two Filipino literary pieces that are studied in high school. If you are willing to set aside your personal interests for that of the common or greater good, then there is Rizal in you I think Jose Rizal would work as an ophthalmologist and serve the poor people in depressed areas… At the same time...


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Veneration without Understanding Essay

Even if the Americans and other countries did not consider Rizal as our hero, there will come a time that we ourselves as a Filipino will come together as one to appreciate what he has done for us. First question is as a Filipino do we really need to honour Rizal?


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Like The Molave Critical Analysis

In recent times, it seems that these qualities are gradually lost in the way Filipino women conduct themselves. Filipino women should know how to protect their dignity and honor.


3071 words (7.7 pages)

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