Title: The Indolence of the Filipino Author: Jose Rizal Release Date: November, [EBook #] [Yes, we are more than one year ahead of schedule] [This. La Indolencia de los Filipinos, more popularly known in its English version, “The Indolence of the Filipinos,” is a exploratory essay written by Philippine national. Summary: Rizal admits that laziness does be among the Filipinos. but it can non be attributed to the problems and retardation of the state.
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Sobre la indolencia de los filipinos
Jose Protasio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda was a Filipino polymath, nationalist and the most prominent advocate for reforms in the Philippines during the Spanish indolenc era.
Rizal enrolled in Medicine and Philosophy and Letters at the University of Santo Tomas and then travelled alone to Madrid, Spain, where he continued his studies at the Universidad Central de Madrid, earning the indoelnce of Licentiate in Medicine. He was a prolific poet, essayist, diarist, correspondent, and novelist tge most famous works were his two novels, Noli me Tangere and El Filibusterismo As a political figure, Rizal was the founder of La Liga Filipina, a civic organization that subsequently gave birth to the Katipunan led by Andres Bonifacio and Emilio Aguinaldo.
He is considered the Philippines’ ijdolence hero and the anniversary of Rizal’s death is commemorated as a Philippine holiday called Rizal Day. Paperback48 pages. Published July 10th by Dodo Press first published To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Indolence of the Filipinoplease sign up. See 2 questions about The Indolence of the Filipino….
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Apr 25, Hadrian rated it really liked it Shelves: A short tract attacking some of the more pernicious lies about colonialism. The “Indolence” or laziness of those peoples under colonial domination, or those perceived to be racially or intellectually inferior, is not a new lie. It is an old one, perhaps centuries old. Rizal first provides a brief outline of Filipino history, noting that the kingdoms which previously existed there was no thing as a single Filipino group before then were industrious trading partners long before the Spanish ar A short tract attacking some of the more pernicious lies about colonialism.
Summary of Dr. Jose Rizal’s the indolence of the Filipinos?
Rizal first provides a brief outline of Filipino history, noting that the kingdoms which previously existed there was no thing as a single Filipino group before then were industrious trading partners long before the Spanish arrived. What has contributed to their ‘indolence’ is instead corrupt government, an overbearing church, lack of education, political abuse, and gradual destruction of original economy and customs, crime, segregation, indoctrination of feeling inferior, and lack of a cohesive nationality.
In order to combat this, these institutions, both political and social, should be removed, and new more beneficial ones constructed in their place, which allow for something like real self-determination, and education, so as to grow and stabilize the country. This, of course, is only a beginning.
Incredibly smart for something written in May 21, April rated it it was amazing Shelves: I just wanted to keep putting up snaps every other paragraph. Though written a hundred years ago, it’s still applicable today. I wonder what percent of Filipinos have read this book I wonder what they think about it, if it inspires anything in them, and what it inspires them to do.
What does it inspir I just wanted to keep putting up snaps every other paragraph.
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What does it inspire me to do? My aunt has always talked about wanted to spread literacy somehow in the Philippines. She was appalled riizal I told her about libraries that loan books out to residents for free in America. Since then, she’s dreamed about one day opening up her own library and cafe in the Philippines to somehow encourage our kababayan to read more and empower themselves.
What can I do to contribute to this dream as a Filipino-American outside of the Philippines? All in all, a thought-provoking, inspiring, and quick! Sep 07, William Baker rated it it was amazing. This is could be read as an epilogue to The Social Cancer.
In his view the Spanish colonization of the Philippine Islands was a total disaster for the indigenous populace, and all its alleged benefits were either fake or meager. To my impression the bitter conclusions and resentment of Rizal toward those more than years have either barely reached the present consciousness of Filipinos, or when it did, they let the bygones be bygones. Apr 28, Bill Wehrmacher rated it liked it. Jose Rizal was a philosopher hero of the Philippines who was executed by the Spanish army for his trouble.
I found his arguments that explain bby perceived indolence of Filipino.
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He explained that any group learns to live. He explained that as it is very hot and very fertile. As a result, the Filipino did not work sunrise to sun set, but produced rizql food needed to keep the culture alive. Other outside groups like the Spanish, Chinese, and others decided that if they worked longer and harder the Jose Rizal was a philosopher indolene of the Philippines who was executed by the Spanish army for his trouble. Other outside groups like the Spanish, Chinese, and others decided that if they worked longer and harder they could produce more, which they did.
So, native Filipino riches were stolen to the profit of those who subjugated the native. The natives lost any real interest in being slaves, and reduced their efforts. Fortunately notice tongue deeply in cheek here the Catholic church taught the natives their slavery is OK, because god will give them something better after they are dead.
I read this book because I was making a short visit to Manila. I stayed at a hotel right next door to the oldest cathedral in the Philippines. I noticed that the church seemed to be a gathering place for the poor to sleep on mats and beg at the church doors. It seems the Catholic church is still promising the same thing, but at least from my small very unscientific observation, are doing little to deliver.
Jul 19, DC rated it really liked it Shelves: This book was something we discussed in our Rizal class. Reading through it, I couldn’t help but feel a kind of admiration for Rizal, who was able to lay bare the, simply put, indolence of the Filipino.
The reasons for it may be looked at as mere excuses, but the train of thought is still something exciting and interesting. I suppose the only thing that is perceived bothersome is that Rizal seems to still convey a subtle message on wanting the Islas Filipinas to be a province of Spain, as one ma This book was something we discussed in our Rizal class.
I suppose the only thing that is perceived bothersome is that Rizal seems to still convey a subtle message on wanting the Islas Filipinas to be a province of Tthe, as one rkzal see in the last sentence of the book: This policy has the advantage in that while it may not lull the instincts of liberty wholly to sleep, yet the day when the mother country loses her colonies she will at least have the gold amassed and not the regret of having reared ungrateful children.
The PDI’s article about it should summarize it quite well.
All in all, a good read for the indios, even at present. Jan 27, Steven rated it it was amazing. As a second generation, half-Filipino, only knowing life in the USA, I learned more about Filipino history here in these ish pages than my entire childhood.
Rizal is such fioipino passionate writer. His method of deduction to try and persuade the reader that, yes, Filipinos have indolence, but who wouldn’t given the factors in play. Also, that all man is inherently indolent, and that instead of wearing this as a burden, moving past it like other countries who place high value on industry and liberty As a second generation, half-Filipino, only knowing life in the USA, I learned more about Filipino history here in these ish pages than my entire childhood.
Also, that all man is inherently indolent, and that instead of wearing this as a burden, moving past it like other countries who place high value on indolfnce and liberty.
Jan 08, Gianne Kris added it. May 07, Roma A. Rizal’s arguments re the Filipino’s indolence were on point and put the Spaniards during their occupation for years to shame.
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