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RIZAL Quiz 1-2
The Jose Rizal National Centennial Commission, which provided the Literary Works Bibliography became operational in 1961. What is the relevance of this year (1961)?
--centennial / centenary of Rizal¶s birth
What was the main message of Rizal¶s ³Sa Aking mga Kabata´?
--love for our own language
--the existence of a native tongue is synonymous to freedom
To Rizal, what is the ultimate significance of having a native tongue? 9-10
It literally means ³My Last Thoughts,´ and was the first title Huling provided to Rizal¶s original Spanish version of Paalam.
-³Mi Ultimo Pensamiento´
Who first translated Mi Ultimo Adios to Tagalog? 13-14
i Ultimo Adios and other works, how As embodied in his M did Rizal perceive of our motherland prior to the advent of Spanish colonialism?
--Eden, paradise, etc
Who was the Gov-Gen whom the young women of Malolos addressed their request letter on December 12, 1888? 16-17
What was their specific request?
--permission to open a night school where they could be taught Spanish
What was the strong nationalistic philosophy being upheld by Spartan women that made them attractively a model in the eyes of Rizal?
--A man is a not her own; it is the son of the country.
--honor, honesty, love of fellowmen, respect for God
Throughout his letter, Rizal reiterated that a good mother is the one who teaches four functional values. What are these? 1. 25-3 25-38
2. What were the seven major points of Rizal¶s letter to the young women of Malolos which he reiterated conclusively at the end of the letter?
3. 4. 5.
The tyranny of some is possible only through cowardice and negligence on the part of others. What makes one contemptible is lack of dignity dignity and abject fear of him who holds one in contempt. Ignorance is servitude, bec. as a man thinks, so he is. He who loves independence independence must first aid his fellow man. If the Filipina will not change change her mode of being, let her rear no more children, let her merely give birth to them. All men are born equal, naked, without bonds. Consider well well what kind of religion they are teaching you.
Notwithstanding the fact that indolence does exist in the Phils, what was particularly disturbing is the type of Indolence that then can be observed among Filipinos. According to Rizal, what type of indolence was it?
--magnified / pinasagwa
--1hour in tropical = 1 day in temperate countries
What was Rizal¶s equivalence measure of the work loads in countries of different climate? 43-45
--indolence as a chronic illness
What was Rizal¶s strong characterization of indolence, that such requires a carefully-formulated treatment? 46-49
On the whole, what were the two factors that caused indolence? 50-53 50-53
--limited training and education --lack of national sentiment --education and liberty
What were the two solutions prescribed by Rizal to combat indolence? 54-56
In Rizal¶s school in Dapitan, what were the sweat equities required of the students as a trade-off for accommodating them? 57-58
--To work in his garden, fields and construction projects in the community
Even before the human capital theory of dev¶t came into fore, Rizal already insisted that _____ must be taken as a social commitment of any government. 59-60
To Rizal, this stands as the foundation of society. --that the Phils will inevitably break away from Spain: What was Rizal¶s fearless forecast on the fate of the Phils¶ legitimization through the matter-of-fact of the annals of history, connectedness to Madre Espana? Provide his legitimization the present (then) conditions of the Filipino people²bound by of this most probable destiny. colonial bond to Spain, but ingrate Spain was first to break the ³social contract´ that the loyal Filipinos hold on to for years«among many other possible supporting arguments..