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Filipino philosophy

  1. 1. Prepared by Raizza CorpuzPrepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  2. 2. 3 Members will conduct a SURVEY for 1 hour the 1st BASIC QUESTION is : 1.DOYOU BELIEVE THAT THERE IS FILIPINO PHILOSOPHY? 2.GIVE A QUESTION TO ANSWER based on your prefer BRANCH of PHILOSOPHY e.g POLITICS Political Thought of CORRUPTION: 1.What can you say about Pork Barrel? Minimum of 5 STUDENTS for interview and 2 Professors . Indicate NAME and SECTION, NAME and DEPT. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  3. 3. RESEARCH INDIVIDUALLY FOR A FILIPINO PHILOSOPHY e. g PILOSOPIYA NG KATAMARAN ng FILIPINO Basis, Basehan: Indolence of the Filipino: Rizal PROJECT: Paper minimum of 10 pages. PRACTICAL EXAM: Paper Discussion Times New RomanFST 1.5 spacing 12 FS Z In Partial Fulfilment for the Requirement in Philosophy: Final Term Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  4. 4. Assignment and Class Participation in 1  raizza.corpuz@gmail. com Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  5. 5. TAMA BA ITO? Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  6. 6. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz SILA TAYO AKO
  7. 7. Tatlong mahalagang bagay na pinagmulan ng Pilosopiya, (Gordon 2009) 1. Pagtataka -------------- BAKIT 2. Pag-aalinlangan 3. Kamalayang Sarili- Self Awareness Isang karaingangn nagpapatulis sa kaisipang tao at nagpapayaman sa karanasa ng bawat indibidwal sa kanyang walang-tigil na pagtuklas ng katotohanan at paghahananap ng kabuluhan at kasagutan sa kanyang mga katanungan– (Gordon, 2009) Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  8. 8. Katanungan: 1.Ano ang Pilosopiyang Pilipino? 2. Mayroon bang Pilosopiyang Pilipino? 3. Paano masasabing Pilosopiyang Pilipino ito? Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  9. 9. Kung ang Pilosopiya ay isang salita na kung saan nangangahulugan ito sa pagsasaling depinisyon na nagmula pa sa salitang Griyego, ang etimolohiya ng salitang ito sa Ingles ay “Philosophy”, philos-sophia, love of wisdom kung sa aking deskripsiyon naman: Ito ay isang malalim na salitang may pagkakaugnay sa pundasyon ng kaalaman para sa pagtuklas ng karunungan at katotohanan. -- RPCorpuzPrepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  10. 10. Ito ay pag-ibig sa karunungan at ang pag-hakbang sa unang tapak ng pag- iral para maintindihan ang kaganapan sa kapaligiran. Ang pananaliksik sa katotohanan ay simbulo na walang humpay na pagkatuto – RPCorpuz Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  11. 11.  Sa kaniyang pagsusuri: Ang Pilosopiyang Pilipino:  Humuhubog ng ideolohiyang Pilipino 1. Humuhubog ng etikang Pilipino 2. Kategoryang ginagamit sa pamimilosopiya ay katutubong Pilipino 3. Pinapahayag sa Wikang Pilipino 4. Ang pagkamamayan ng namimilosopiya ay Pilipino (citizenship) 5. Ang kamalayang taglay ng namimilosopiya ay Pilipino Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  12. 12. Gripaldo 2000, Filipino Philosophy ,Traditional Approach Part 1 Section 1 2nd Edition, De La Salle University Manila 3 Different approaches of Filipino Philosophy 1. Traditional/Philosophical 2. Cultural/ Anthropological 3. National / Constitutional Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  13. 13. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz Filipino PHILOSOPHY SHAPED BY
  15. 15.  The other important view is the traditional approach that identifies individual Filipino philosophers.  This approach is used in the discipline of philosophy; in that respect, it may likewise be called the philosophical approach to philosophy.  Since in “Greek philosophy” one names individual Greek philosophers, so one should likewise name Filipino philosophers when one speaks of “Filipino philosophy” (Gripaldo 1988:521). Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  16. 16. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz FILIPINO REVOLTS
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  18. 18.  Weltanschauung ( WORLD VIEW)  Volkgeist  This anthropological/cultural approach to philosophy that William Graham Sumner (1960:1-605)has popularized points to the views of a people expressing their Volkgeist and their collective Weltanschauung.  This philosophical outlook is embodied in the people’s language and oral and written literature. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  19. 19. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz WORLDVIEW Human experience Human perception
  20. 20.  The third important view conceives of Filipino philosophy from the constitutional or national perspective (Gripaldo 1978: 56). In this case, any philosophical work written by a Filipino (including naturalized ones) as defined by the Philippine Constitution is Filipino philosophy. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
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  22. 22. Concept and Analysis of Filipino Philosophy Filipino Philosophy of Education Filipino Political Thought Filipino Philosophical Thought -Culture -Ethics Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  23. 23. TUESDAYS WITH MORRIE Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  25. 25. The Philosophy of Education WORK, MONEY and AMBITION Traditional Approach ( Culture) Dillemma between life and Death Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
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  27. 27. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz PAGSUSURI AT PAGBABAHAGI
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  29. 29. 1.QUEZON’S EDUCATIONAL PHILOSOPHY 2.The Political Philosopher and the Man 3. Reflection on Bonifacio’s Philosophy of Revolution Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  30. 30. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz PAGSUSURI AT PAGBABAHAGI
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  32. 32. The potty mouth: Manuel L. Quezon From the mouth of the former president that spoke the immortal words, "My loyalty to my party ends where my loyalty to the country begins" also came–wait for it– "puñeta." Yes, that was his favorite curse word--- unknown Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  33. 33.  Ipinanganak si Manuel L. Quezon sa Baler, sa lalawigan ng Tayabas (tinatawag na ngayong Aurora)  noong Agosto 19, 1878  Ang tunay niyang pangalan ay Manuel Luis M. Quezon  Anak siya nina Lucio Quezon at Maria Dolores Molina, kapwa mga guro.  Nagtapos siya ng pag-aaral mula sa Colegio de San Juan de Letran noong 1893 Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  34. 34. ikalawang Pangulo ng Republika ng Pilipinas (Nobyembre 15, 1935–Agosto 1, 1944). Siya ang kinilala bilang ikalawang pangulo ng Pilipinas, kasunod ni Emilio Aguinaldo Father of the National Language, AMA NG WIKANG PAMBANSA Quezon died of tuberculosis on August 1, 1944 in Saranac Lake, New York. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  35. 35. He was first buried at Maine Memorial, Arlington National Cemetery, in Washington D.C. it was moved to the Manuel Quezon Memorial Shrine, within the monument at the Quezon Memorial Circle in Quezon City in August 19, 1979. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  36. 36. Quezon’s Philosophy of Education Local or Philippine in orientation, a reflection of: - 1. intellectually -2. morally -3. economically Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  37. 37. 1. For better citizenship 2. As a means of livelihood Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  38. 38. In training and education: “it is not so much that they have a means of livelihood but that they may better serve the nation” Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  39. 39. “He need not feel ashamed of it because “the true worth of a man is measured not only by diploma but by his proficiency in his chosen live of work” Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  40. 40. It neither illustrates a “history from above” where members are financially capable nor a “history from below” where membership is driven by the money itself. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  41. 41. 1.EDUCATION 2.LANGUAGE Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  42. 42.  Quezon’s philosophy of Philippine Education is basically local or Philippine in orientation, a reflection of the need of colonial people to upgrade themselves  Intellectually  Morally  Economically trough education
  43. 43. Aims of Philippine Education  2 Objectives  for better citizenship  As a means of livelihood
  44. 44.  The state is therefore duty bound to mould spirit of the youth in patriotism and self sacrifice with can be done through education.  Public or even private schools must constantly instil in the minds and hearts of their students their duty to defend the nation in time of war and to be useful and law –abiding citizens in time of peace.
  45. 45. EDUCATION FOR BETTER CITIZENSHIP  free public primary education and citizenship training for adults  develop their talents since the government could create for them a large number of scholarships  “the true worth of a man is measured not only by a diploma but by his proficiency in his chosen line of work” - Quezon
  46. 46. EDUCATION FOR BETTER CITIZENSHIP  Poor – should be satisfied with vocational education.  Intellectually-gifted – should have ambition to follow a college or universities.  For Quezon, the diploma is simply a stepping stone towards various paths of progress.  Philippine soldiers should also be given vocational training to make them economically self-sufficient. 
  47. 47.  A worthy citizen first learns his duties before speaking his demands the citizen must be a defender of its state and be a model of oneself be abiding the law  The citizen and government works together to maintain peace and order in the country  A women is not a slave and granted the right to vote, for it was their duty also to choose a leader that would lead their country well.
  48. 48.  A nation’s soul was its language because a genuine national pride is anchored on one’s native language.  The adoption of Tagalog as the basis for the Philippine national language since it was the most developed of all existing language in the country and most widely spoken language in his time.  Tagalog, let subcultures understand each other
  49. 49.  “A nation is nothing more nor less than its citzenry” Quezon  A nation strength is not wealth but the happiness or welfare of the common man.  A nation is strong “when every citizen recognizes the rights of his fellowmen, and in turn makes in fellowmen recognize his own rights”
  50. 50.  Filipino deserves personal gain, personal interest and they don’t value perseverance and other attitudes that would help them build the character and to improve their selves.  Self Inefficiency (Quezon)  Filipinos rely on government, that the government will give them everything, but not the Filipinos didn’t realize that they must work for their self and not to defend on government, work hard and be dignified on what ever field of career you have.
  51. 51.  To meet these societal weaknesses and remedy the deterioration of the race, Quezon felt the need for the national spiritual reconstruction.  Make a social code, a code for ethics, personal conduct that should be adopted.  The code must be some kind of a written Bushido that “can be explained in the schools, preached from the pulpits, and taught in the streets and plazas, and in the remotest corners of our land”
  52. 52. NATIONAL SPIRITUAL RECONSTRUCTION  And his code is incorporated in Executive Order No. 217 1. Have faith I God who guides the destinies of men and nations 2. Love, defend and be ready to sacrifice yourself for your country 3. Respect the constitution and the government which established for your safety and welfare, and obey its laws 4. Pay your taxes willingly and promptly 5. Safeguard the sanctity of ballot and abide by the rule of majority 6. Love and respect your parents
  53. 53.  7. Value your honor as you value your life  8. Be truthful, honest, just, charitable, courteous and dignified on your actions  9. Lead a clean and frugal life  10. Live up to the noble traditions of our heroes  11. Be industrious and value the dignity of labor  12. Be self-reliant and presevere in pursuing your legitimate ambitions  13. Love you work and do not do for tomorrow what you can do today  14. Promote social justice  15. Patronize Philippine-made products  16. Use and develop wisely our natural resources and do not allow your citizenship to be exploited by others
  54. 54. Pro Deo et Patria: For GOD AND COUNTRY Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  55. 55.  No Man Is An Island No man is an island, Entire of itself, Every man is a piece of the continent, A part of the main. If a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less. As well as if a promontory were. As well as if a manor of thy friend's Or of thine own were: Any man's death diminishes me, Because I am involved in mankind, And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; It tolls for thee.  John DonnePrepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  56. 56. According to Laurel, “If law should be taken away, all things will fall into confusion.” The law is like the boundary between the government’s prerogative or authority and the people’s liberty. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  57. 57.  The vital functions of government are classified under four headings: health, justice, education and opportunity The foundation of good government is morality, the basis of which is righteousness. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  58. 58. Righteousness is an inner impulse by which we act or refrain from acting out of respect and reverence for law and out of purity of motives, without fear or anticipation of reward. Every generation, according to Laurel, must bear in mind that the path to a healthy political and economic growth and progress lies in balancing and synchronizing the development of social and economic forces so as to avoid the overdevelopment. Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  59. 59. According to Laurel, Nation must nurture the seeds of moral discipline within itself -Also, He believed that Nationalism precedes internationalism. "Internationalism is not possible until nationalism had established itself" Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz
  60. 60. Citizenship Nationalism FILIPINISM Prepared by Raizza P. Corpuz