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    • Rizal’sConcepton NationBuilding
    • Rizal’s Blue Print forNation Building-Education-Racial Pride and Dignity-National Consciousness-Re-orientation of valuesand attitudes-Willingness to sacrifice
    • Rizal’s Program of ActionCirculo Hispano--Filipino student organization in Madrid1888--At British Museum, Rizal had piecedtogether the history of the Philippineswhich revealed that even before thecoming of the Spaniards; the Filipinosalready had a developed culture.
    • Morga’s Sucesos de lasIslas Filipinas--Rizal made notes on this because of itsobjective representation of life in thePhilippines at the time of the arrival of theSpaniards.--Morga devoted a long final chapter to thestudy of Filipino customs, manners andreligions in the early years of the Spanishconquest.
    • Excerpts from RizalDedicatory:“It is necessary to first lay barethe past in order to better judgethe present and to survey theroad trodden during threecenturies.”“We proceed to study thefuture.”
    • Rizal’s Question on his Mind Were there enough leaders which arehighly dedicated and well trained amongFilipinos? Could the collective strength of thecountry insure a good chance of victory? Are the people united enough to shareone common prospective? How effective were the means ofcommunication?
    • The Indolence of the FilipinosCame out as a series of 5 in theLa Solidaridad from July 15 toSeptember 15 1899La Liga Filipina (PhilippineLeague)Rizal’s major plan of action
    • Rizal’s Political Reforms First Novel; Noli Me Tangere (1884)--Raise the political consciousness in relation tothe current state of affairs in the Philippines.--Disseminate information about their countrythrough journalism and public debate. El Filibusterismo--A sequel to Noli Me Tangere (1891)--To draw attention calamitous state of affairs inthe country.
    • Rizal is Asias first modern non-violent proponent of politicalreforms. Recognize the importance of industrialeducation, to make it accessible to all. Recognize the importance of industrialeducation.-Development of institution, agriculture andcommerce. “Kabataan ang Pag-asa ng Bayan.”Education for the Youth.
    • Socio Economic Reforms--Enlightenment througheducation was not enough toimprove the country’s right.19th Century--The Philippines wasexperiencing the kindling effectof an economic weakening andmaterial property.
    • Agricultural ImprovementThe economic development of thePhilippines would largely dependon this3 Factors of ProductionLandLaborCapital-Coupled with justice