GREAT WORKS (Greatwk 2nd term, 2017-2018): Anti-Totalitarianism, Mga Akdang Katipunan

27 may pagkakahalintulad sa mga sagisag ng Katipunan

Mga Akdang Katipunan:  Works That Imagined Inang Bayan (Culled from different sources but mainly Jim Richardson.  The Light of Liberty:  Documents and Studies on the Katipunan, 1892-1897.  Quezon City:  Ateneo de Manila University Press, 2013)

So after toppling the 300-year of Spanish colonialism / totalitarianism, what’s next?  Contrary to popular belief that Andres Bonifacio and the Katipunan were mindless poor people who only wanted to wage a violent revolution against the conquerors, the Katipunan actually had a philosophy that teaches their members that mere revolution is not enough.  These works, despite being written by different people mainly by Andres Bonifacio and Emilio Jacinto, was single-minded in spirit.  They wanted to alter the dependent mindsets of Filipinos and replace it with a clear and more Filipinized concept of the nation, an Inang Bayan, which, unlike Western Conceptualization as mere political freedom, was more holistic as it takes into consideration identity, morality and economy.  That we are not able to measure up presently to the ideals of the Katipunan is indicative of the historical truth that the revolution was hijacked and it is up to the new generation to create a better country inspired and guided by our revolutionaries whose heroic deeds and patriotic writings help create the Philippines.  For José Rizal once said, “The slaves of today will be the tyrants of tomorrow.”  It is not enough to get away from totalitarianism and achieve independence and human rights, but to also know how to use these freedoms to reach humanity’s full potential, as an individual and as a society.

 

ANG MGA AKDA:

  1. Andres Bonifacio, “Hibik ng Filipinas sa Ynang España”:  Download jpeg file

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64 Katapusang Hibik FULL DOCUMENT

2. Emilio Jacinto, “Gising na, mga tagalog!!” October 23, 1895:  http://www.kasaysayan-kkk.info/1892-1895/emilio-jacinto-gising-na-mga-tagalog

Note for downloading Katipunan readings for desktop:

Download Jim Richardson Katipunan Site

3. Andres Bonifacio, “Ang dapat mabatid ng mga tagalog,” c. March 1896:  http://www.kasaysayan-kkk.info/kalayaan-the-katipunan-newspaper/andres-bonifacio-ang-dapat-mabatid-ng-mga-tagalog-c-march-1896

 

4. Andres Bonifacio, “Pagibig sa tinubuang Bayan,” c. March 1896:  http://www.kasaysayan-kkk.info/kalayaan-the-katipunan-newspaper/andres-bonifacio-pagibig-sa-tinubuang-bayan-c-march-1896

 

5. Emilio Jacinto, “Pahayag,” c. March 1896:  http://www.kasaysayan-kkk.info/kalayaan-the-katipunan-newspaper/emilio-jacinto-pahayag-c-march-1896

 

6. Julio Nakpil, “Marangal na Dalit ng Katagalugan,” c. November 1897:

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Listen to it:

7. Emilio Jacinto, “Katipunan nang manga A. N. B. – Sa may nasang makisanib sa katipunang ito” (The “Kartilya”):  http://www.kasaysayan-kkk.info/membership-documents/emilio-jacinto-katipunan-nang-manga-a-n-b—sa-may-nasang-makisanib-sa-katipunang-ito-the-kartilya

 

8. Andres Bonifacio, “Katungkulang gagawin ng mga Z. Ll. B.” (The “Decalogue”), c. 1896:  http://www.kasaysayan-kkk.info/membership-documents/andres-bonifacio-katungkulang-gagawin-ng-mga-z-ll-b-the-decalogue-c-1896

 

 

 

SECONDARY SOURCES:

 

Mga Akdang Katipunan

 

Chua, Michael Charleston B.  “Ang Kaugnayan ng Mabuting Kalooban sa Dalumat ng Kalayaan at Pagkabansa ng Katipunan,” sa Saliksik E-Journal:  Saysay ng Salaysay, Tomo 3, Bilang 2, 2014:  Download here:  http://www.bagongkasaysayan.org/saliksik/wp-content/uploads/2014/11/06-Artikulo-Chua.pdf

 

Agpalo, Remigio.  “Liwanag at Dilim :  The Political Philosophy of Emilio Jacinto” sa Adventures in Political Science.  Quezon City:  University of the Philippines Press, 1996:  63-75.  Download here.

 

Almario, Virgilio S.  Panitikan ng Rebolusyon(g 1896): Isang Paglingon at Katipunan ng mga Akda nina Bonifacio at Jacinto.  Maynila: Komisyon sa Wikang Filipino at Pambansang Komisyon para sa Kultura at mga Sining, 2013.

 

Gimenez-Maceda, Teresita.  “The Katipunan Discourse on Kaginhawahan:  Vision and Configuration of a Just and Free Society,” sa Kasarinlan:  A Philippine Quarterly of Third World Studies 14:2, 1998: 77-94.

 

Guerrero, Milagros C.  “Pagtanaw sa Kasaysayan, Paghahanda sa Himagsikan:  Mga Ideya ng Katipunan, 1892-1897,” sa Kasarinlan:  A Philippine Quarterly of Third World Studies 14:1, 1998: 37-52.

 

Salazar, Zeus A.  “Ang Kartilya ni Emilio Jacinto at ang Diwang Pilipino sa Agos ng Kasaysayan,” Bagong Kasaysayan:  Mga Pag-aaral sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas, 6.   Lungsod Quezon:  Palimbagan ng Lahi, 1999.

 

Salazar, Zeus A.  “Si Andres Bonifacio at ang Kabayanihang Pilipino,” Bagong Kasaysayan:  Mga Pag-aaral sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas Lathalain Blg. 2.  Lungsod ng Mandaluyong:  Palimbagang Kalawakan, 1997.

 

Salazar, Zeus A.  “Wika ng Himagsikan, Lengguwahe ng Rebolusyon,” Bagong Kasaysayan:  Mga Pag-aaral sa Kasaysayan ng Pilipinas, 8.   Lungsod Quezon:  Palimbagan ng Lahi, 1999.

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HistCiv and KasPil2 INSTRUCTIONS FOR FIRST MEETING FOR 15 MAY 2017 (MONDAY)

HistCiv  A51       1100a-1230p     M409

KasPil 2 EG        0230p-0400p     V305

HistCiv  A53       0415p-0545p     L312

I AM SORRY I cannot meet you today and Wednesday but please look at number 1 document if you need to contact me.  I will also be out on Wednesday so OUR CLASSES WILL MEET ON MONDAY, 22 MAY 2017

  1. Please review the rules and requirements of this class https://bangkanixiao.wordpress.com/2012/09/11/kaspil-1-rizal-and-kaspil-2-philippine-history-house-rules-and-module-guide/
  2. Please create the index card deadline on next session:  Submit a 4×6 index card with your 2×2 photo at the upper right hind corner, stapled, with the following information at the left side:  class code (subject), seksyon, term at academic year (sa pinakataas), pangalan (apelyido, buong pangalan, gitnang pangalan, at sa ilalim nito, sa malalaking titik, ang inyong palayaw), estudyante bilang (ID number), kurso, kolehiyo, telepono at cellphone, e-mail address, araw ng kapanganakan, relihiyon, probinsyang pinagmulan.  Sa likuran, isulat ang mga sumusunod ayon sa pagkakasunod-sunod: mga pagliban, grupo # (hal. Pangkat 3, ilagay kung ikaw ay miyembro lang o pinuno ng grupo), eksamen 1, eksamen 2, group work 1, group work 2, final output, partisipasyon
  3. KASPIL 2:  for next Mondays’s discussion, please READ Module 1 readings on https://bangkanixiao.wordpress.com/2012/09/11/kaspil-2-module-1-pantayong-pananaw-sa-kasaysayan/ also, in Mendoza’s article focus on the part that says PANTAYONG PANANAW, don’t read the whole essay.
  4. KASPIL 2:  Get your readings at the photocopier at St. Joseph near the staits, ask for CHUA KASPIL readings.
  5. HISTCIV:  Get your readings at the photocopier at St. Joseph near the staits, ask for CHUA HISTCIV readings.
  6. Thank you.

PROF. CHUA

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Islam at pambansang identidad sa Malaysia,Indonesia at Pilipinas (slides)

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Mga batayang sanaysay ukol sa Pantayong Pananaw makikita dito.

Pinakahuling pag-aaral sa Bagong Kasaysayan na nasa SALIKSIK e-journal makikita dito.

 

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1. Ang Diskursong Pantayong Panahaw sa Cyberspace

2. Pantayong Pananaw o Pantasyang Pananaw Lamang?: Kamalayan sa mga Konsepto/Dalumat ng Bayan, Mga Tinig Mula sa Ibaba

 

 

KasPil2 INSTRUCTIONS FOR FIRST MEETING FOR 04 JANUARY 2017 (WEDNESDAY)

please go to:  https://bangkanixiao.wordpress.com/2016/09/14/phihis1-and-2-instructions-for-first-meeting-for-16-sept-2016-friday/

PHIHIS 2: Readings in Philippine History in English (Updated all the time)

I.  Bayan: Early Philippine Societies

Chua – Walking History – We Did Not Come from the Ita Indones nor Malay

Chua – Walking History – Bahay Austronesyano

Chua – Walking History – Death and [Our] Beginnings

Chua – Walking History – Gahum

Chua – Manunggul Jar (English Ancient Filipinos)

Abrera – The Soul Boat and the Boat-Soul

Ambrosio – Stars of Philippine Skies (Inquirer)

II.  The “Bayan” under Spain (1565-1807)

Chua – Hamon at Tugon (Spanish Conquest to Philippine Revolution)

III.  Haring Bayan:  The Formation of the Emerging Filipino Nation (1807-1913)

Xiao’s Rizal Lecture The First Emo

Guerrero – Andres Bonifacio and the 1896 Revolution

Chua – Bonifacio’s war strategy lives on in today’s insurgency

IV.  The “Bayan” under America and Japan (1913-1946)

Chua – Tagumpay Filipino Veterans in WW2 (w English trans)

Chua – Mapalad Ang Inyong Mga Apo (w English trans)

 

 

 

V.  Sambayanan:  Continuing Story of Nation Building (1946-present)

Chua – Tortyur Human Rights Violations During The Marcos Regime

Chua – Haring Bayan Democracy and People Power in the Philippines

chua-the-kapampangan-power-couple-who-rocked-the-world

Please define key concepts:  Neo-colonialism, elite democracy, dictatorship and People Power

KasPil2 INSTRUCTIONS FOR FIRST MEETING FOR 04 JANUARY 2017 (WEDNESDAY)

KasPil 2   C        1100a-1230p     J210
KasPil 2   C36   0230p-0400p   L111
KasPil 2   EA2   0415p-0545p   V203

I AM SORRY I cannot meet you today but please look at number 1 document if you need to contact me.

  1. Please review the rules and requirements of this class https://bangkanixiao.wordpress.com/2012/09/11/kaspil-1-rizal-and-kaspil-2-philippine-history-house-rules-and-module-guide/
  2. Please create the index card deadline on next session:  Submit a 4×6 index card with your 2×2 photo at the upper right hind corner, stapled, with the following information at the left side:  class code (subject), seksyon, term at academic year (sa pinakataas), pangalan (apelyido, buong pangalan, gitnang pangalan, at sa ilalim nito, sa malalaking titik, ang inyong palayaw), estudyante bilang (ID number), kurso, kolehiyo, telepono at cellphone, e-mail address, araw ng kapanganakan, relihiyon, probinsyang pinagmulan.  Sa likuran, isulat ang mga sumusunod ayon sa pagkakasunod-sunod: mga pagliban, grupo # (hal. Pangkat 3, ilagay kung ikaw ay miyembro lang o pinuno ng grupo), eksamen 1, eksamen 2, group work 1, group work 2, final output, partisipasyon
  3. For next Wednesdays’s discussion, please READ Module 1 readings on https://bangkanixiao.wordpress.com/2012/09/11/kaspil-2-module-1-pantayong-pananaw-sa-kasaysayan/ also, in Mendoza’s article focus on the part that says PANTAYONG PANANAW, don’t read the whole essay.
  4. Thank you.

PROF. CHUA

Readings for PhilHis students of The One School, (1st Sem, 2016-17)

Pls see these readings here.

Magazine instructions for KasPil 1 and PhiHis 1 & 2 in DLSU Manila (1st term 2016-17)

Pls download these here

KASPIL 2 and PHIHIS 2 Magazine Instructions and Exam II Readings

Magazine instructions:

KasPil 2 15-16 C Magazine Instructions

PhiHis 2 15-16 C Magazine Instructions

Readings:

  1. Katipunan and the Philippine Revolution:

Guerrero – Andres Bonifacio and the 1896 Revolution

Chua – Undress Bonifacio (English)

For KasPil 1 only (Filipino Readings)

Chua – Ang Kaugnayan ng Mabuting Kalooban sa Dalumat ng Kalayaan ng Katipunan

Chua – Haring Bayan – Si Andres Bonifacio at Ang Konseptong Pilipino ng Demokrasya

Chua – Si Pepe at si Andres

 

2. Philippine-American War and American Occupation:

 

3. World War II:

Chua – Tagumpay Filipino Veterans in WW2 (w English trans)

Chua – Mapalad Ang Inyong Mga Apo (w English trans)

 

4. Third Philippine Republic

Please define key concepts:  Neo-colonialism, elite democracy, dictatorship and People Power

For KasPil 1 only (Filipino Readings)

Chua – Ang Ating Panahon

Chua – Quirino – Pangulong mahusay, dakila at may EQ

 

5. Marcos Regime:

Chua – Tortyur Human Rights Violations During The Marcos Regime

Chua – Haring Bayan Democracy and People Power in the Philippines

 

PHIHIS 1 Exam Reviewers

PhiHis 1 A51

PhiHis 1 15-16 B A51 Group 1 – Rizal and the Development of National Consciousness

PhiHis 1 15-16 B A51 Group 2 – Rizal and the 21st Century

 

PhiHis 1 A52

PhiHis 1 15-16 B A52 Group 2 – Rizal and the Revolution

PhiHis 1 15-16 B A52 Group 3 – Rizal and the Development of National Consciousness