The truth is that Filipino values are ambivalent in the sense that they are a potential for good or evil, a help or hindrance to personal and national development, depending on how they are understood, practiced or lived.
Peralta of the National Museum were mentors of many of the current crop of practicing archaeologists; the Ateneo de Manila under Frank Lynch, S.
If we are to discover our traditional values and make sure that they contribute to the "just and humane society" and "total human liberation and development" of which the Philippine Constitution speaks, we must ask some basic questions.
Manuscript, National Museum of the Philippines, Manila. Scott spent most of his time in Sagada and taught for a time at the University of the Philippines.
Perhaps, the most prominent name among these pioneers in Philippine archaeology is that of Henry Otley Beyer. Without its own independent means of conducting underwater explorations, the National Museum currently teams up with foreign entities with the means and the resources to further the cause of archaeology in the Philippines.
But the fort of Guiuan was not simply used to defend the townspeople from the Muslim incursions. As land and water transportation improved, the people seriously engaged in copra making, basketry and furniture making. Exploration and subsequent studies of this rare find have been conducted by Eusebio Bong Dizon in close collaboration with and Rey Santiago of the National Museum.
Cojuangco, currently heads the National Museum Board of Trustees that supports and continually campaigns for the necessary funds to renovate, equip and maintain the Archaeological and Ethnographic Collection at the Museum of the Filipino People.
It is here that the Christian faith should, in the last analysis, point the way to the kind of values education needed for national reconstruction.
At this time, the central residence was no longer Dagami Leyte ; the seat was already located in Palo. References and Further Reading: Even before the Jesuits arrived in Guiuan, the island of Samar was already parceled out among encomenderos, holders of encomienda or tribute-collection areas, who in theory were responsible for the administracion de justicia defense and protection and the doctrina doctrinal instruction of the natives, and who collected tributos adult head-taxes from the villagers of Samar.
The third recurrent problem were the smallpox and cholera epidemics which form time to time struck Samar and Ibabao, taking heavy toll.
Commencing in the s, the National Museum of the Philippines conducted archaeological surveys in the area and more than open-air sites were discovered Peralta On October 26, however, the Jesuit Missionaries moved the center of their missionary activities to this inland village after suffering an attack wielded by the Moro invaders.
It cannot be open to dispute that the Guiuananon Christians were among the best instructed in the eastern portion of Samar. Their typical house, which stood around four feet above the ground, had no doors, still less privies, partitions or tables.It examines the early writings of the most celebrated Filipino Jesuit intellectual, Fr.
Horacio de la Costa, SJ (), best known for his magisterial book, The Jesuits in the Philippines, published inbased on his doctoral dissertation at Harvard. Jul 18, · The panel included Teodoro Agoncillo, Horacio de la Costa, Marcelino Forondo, Mercedes Grau Santamaria, Nicholas Zafra and Gregorio Zaide.
Scott's meticulous research was published in in his book Prehispanic Source Materials for the Study of Philippine History and since then no historian has contested his conclusions. New Haven: Yale University.
point out the importance of geographic features of the Philippines on the development of Philippine history and culture.
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When did Christianity arrive in the Philippines? Scott did his PhD at the University of Santo Tomas where he was supervised by another eminent Filipino historian, Fr Horacio de la Costa.
become familiar with Filipino thought, history, and culture.” What he would soon learn, however, would be shaped by the turmoil the country was in following the war years, indepen - essay is Horacio de la Costa, who was Father Schumacher’s senior in the. Cushner, Spain in the Philippines, pp.
–9; Jacques Amyot, The Manila Chinese: Familism in the Philippine Environment (Manila: Institute of Philippine Culture, Ateneo de Manila University Press, ) fig. 15; Schumacher, Father Jose Burgos, p. 1.Download