The Philippines: A Past Revisited

The Philippines: A Past Revisited

Renato Constantino Letizia R. Constantino / Oct 17, 2019

The Philippines A Past Revisited This book is Constantino s attempt at a major breakthrough in Philippine historiography he looks at the oppression of the Filipino masses from earliest time to and the struggle of men like himsel

  • Title: The Philippines: A Past Revisited
  • Author: Renato Constantino Letizia R. Constantino
  • ISBN: 9789718958001
  • Page: 281
  • Format: Paperback
  • This book is Constantino s attempt at a major breakthrough in Philippine historiography he looks at the oppression of the Filipino masses from earliest time to 1941 and the struggle of men like himself to crack through the stereotypes hitherto propagated by Spaniards and Americans about the Filipinos.

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    1. A nationalist's rendering of Philippine History. Main reference for History 1: Philippine History and Institutions under Prof. Mary Jane B. Rodriguez, Second Semester 1994-95, UP College Baguio.


    2. . an historian, the book helps a lot in our studies, especially in history I, Philosophy of history gives us clearer images of what happened in the past


    3. A comprehensive nationalist perspective of the history of the Philippines, pointing out specifically the long saga of the Filipino masses’ struggle towards freedom and Independence against the oppression of the Spanish and American colonial regimes.


    4. Excerpt from Ch. 18:"When there is an attempt to understand society not in terms of myths and theories but in terms of the concrete experiences and sufferings of the people, history acquires practical significance. For only if they are armed with a concrete understanding of Philippine reality can the Filipino people act correctly to change that reality. And this understanding can come about by a systematic and patriotic effort to synthesize the experience of the past in order to obtain a concret [...]




    5. I have never been this angry with dead people. HAHAHA. But seriously, reading this was an eye-opening experience. :)






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