[PI 100] Intensive Political Writing

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August 1888

  • arrives in London

  • copies the “Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas” by Antonio de Morga

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Antonio de Morga

wrote “Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas” that rizal copied

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september 4, 1888

  • arrives in Paris from London

  • visits Juan Luna

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september 10, 1888

  • returns to London from Paris

  • continues copying the “Sucesos”

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september 19, 1888

  • finishes copying the “Sucesos”

  • begins to annotate the “Sucesos”

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october 12, 1888

admitted to study in the Department of Greek and Roman Antiquities in the British Museum

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department of greek and roman antiquities

where rizal studied in the british museum in october 12, 1888

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december 13, 1888

  • arrives in Barcelona from London

  • meets with Mariano Ponce and Graciano Lopez Jaena about the Filipinism project of Ferdinand Blumentritt

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december 24, 1888

  • arrives in London from barcelona

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january 14, 1889

  • sent Ferdinand Blumentritt a copy of his plan for the establishment of an international association of Filipinologists, asking for his opinion on the plan

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february 22, 1889

wrote “Letter to the Women of Malolos” as requested by Marcelo del Pilar

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letter to the women of malolos

written by rizal on february 22, 1889 as requested by marcelo del pilar

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march 15, 1889

  • wrote the article “Los agricultores filipinos” for the “La Solidaridad

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march 19, 1889

  • arrives in Paris from London

  • founded the Kidlat Club to bring together the young Filipinos who were in Paris so that they could enjoy their stay in the city

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1889

(year) founded the Indios Bravos to replace the Kidlat Club

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1889

(year) encouraged the members to excel in intellectual and physical pursuits to win the respect and admiration of foreigners

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1889

(year) practiced with great enthusiasm the use of the sword and pistol

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1889

(year) taught the members judo which he learned when he was in Japan

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1889

(year) spent most of his time in the reading room of the Bibliotheque Nationale (National Library) to check his historical annotations on Morga’s book

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march 31, 1889

  • wrote the article “Me piden versos” for the “La Solidaridad

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april 23, 1889

  • sent to Barcelona his manuscript of “Ethnography of Mindanao” for publication

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may 6, 1889

  • attended the opening of the Universal Exposition in Paris in which the most famous attraction was the Eiffel Tower

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june 24, 1889

  • became baptismal godfather of the daughter of Juan Luna and Paz Pardo de Tavera

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paz pardo de tavera

mother of juan luna’s daughter

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may 20, 1889

  • prepared the manuscript of his annotations of the “Sucesos” for printing

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june 4, 1889

  • translated more than 30 pages of Ferdinand Blumentritt’sMemorias” which was on the tribes of Mindanao

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memorias

written by ferdinand blumentritt about the tribes of mindanao which rizal translated more than 30 pages

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june 23, 1889

  • continued translating Ferdinand Blumentritt’s “Memorias”

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july 4, 1889

  • left Paris for London to check some information in the “Sucesos”

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july 12, 1889

  • arrived in Paris from London

  • attended to the finishing touches of his annotations

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july 23, 1889

  • sent to the printing press the manuscript of his annotations of the “Sucesos”

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july 30, 1889

  • went to the printing press to read and correct the proofs and also to add new annotations to his work

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august 13, 1889

  • admitted to read and make further studies in the Bibliotheque Nationale of Paris

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september 9, 1889

  • busy attending to the final form of his annotations of the “Sucesos”

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december 1, 1889

  • finished the proofreading of the galley proofs of the annotations of the “Sucesos”

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december 23, 1889

  • received from the printing press copies of his annotations of the “Sucesos”

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january 6, 1890

  • arrives in London from Paris

  • went to look for a book which Dr. Meyer requested him to buy in London

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january 8, 1890

  • arrives in Paris

  • makes plans to go to the Netherlands to look for books written during the 17th century about the Philippines

  • leaves Paris for Brussels

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february 2, 1890

  • arrives in Brussels from Paris

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august 1, 1890

  • leaves Brussels for Madrid

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august 4, 1890

  • arrives in Madrid from Brussels

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viva madrid restaurante

  • where Rizal used to take his light meals with wine

  • manuel fernandez y gonzales

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january 27, 1891

leaves madrid for biarritz

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february 11, 1891

  • Arrives in Biarritz

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march 29, 1891

  • Finished writing El Filibusterismo

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april 4, 1891

  • Arrives in Paris from Biarritz

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april 8, 1891

  • Arrives in Brussels from Paris

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april 23, 1891

  • Revised some chapters of the El Filibusterismo

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may 30, 1891

  • Completed the preparation for the printing of El Filibusterismo but still waiting for money for the printing

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june 13, 1891

  • Finished reviewing and correcting the manuscript of the El Filibusterismo

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june 21, 1891

  • Left Brussels for Ghent

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september 18, 1891

  • Received the first copies of the El Filibusterismo

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september 25, 1891

  • Received from Valentin Ventura the amount of 200 francs for the publication expenses of the El Filibusterismo

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200 francs

amount for the publication expenses of the el filibusterismo received from valentin ventura

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october 3, 1891

  • Arrives in Paris from Ghent

  • Makes preparations for his return to the Philippines

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october 17, 1891

  • Arrives in Marseilles to board the ship for the return trip to the Philippines

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sobre la indolencia de filipinos

  • “on the indolence of filipinos”

  • aim: to awaken among filipinos a consciousness of their faults

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gregorio sancianco

rizal acknowledges that he was the first to bring up the issue of indolence among filipinos

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el progreso de filipinas

book of gregorio sancianco that rizal proved that filipinos are NOT indolent

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indolence

  • little love for work

  • lack of energy

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climate

predisposition of indolence

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hot climate

  • predisposition of indolence

  • requires quiet and rest

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cold climate

  • predisposition of indolence

  • incites labour and action

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spaniard

indolent

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spain

located in a region where the climate is warm

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frenchman

  • less indolent than the spaniard

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france

located in a region colder than spain

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german

less indolent than a frenchman

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germany

located in a region colder than france

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europeans in colonies

  • more indolent than the natives

  • surrounded by numerous servants

  • do not walk but ride carriages pulled by natives

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natives in colonies

  • Toil for other people (like the) Spaniards

  • Work under force and compulsion

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tropical countries

  • An hour’s work is equivalent to a day’s work in cold countries

  • Violent work is not encouraged

    • Can result to:

      • Death

      • Destruction

      • Annihilation

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mother nature

  • Response: has made the earth more fertile and more productive in tropical countries

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filipinos

  • Work longer hours

  • Come to the office at 8:00am and work until 1:00pm

  • poorly paid

  • badly treated

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spaniards

  • Work shorter hours

  • Come in at 10:00am and leave at 12:00nn

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spaniard friars

  • Become fabulously rich

  • Ride a carriage

  • Eat and drink well

  • Do not work except to collect fees

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rizal’s conclusion

  • It is natural to be “indolent” because of the climate

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analogy of the state of conditions in the philippines

patient: philippines

illness: indolence

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hereditary malady

according to the spaniards, indolence of filipinos is due to this → brought about by spanish colonialism

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TRUE

TRUE OR FALSE

Filipinos were not indolent before the Spaniards arrived in the Philippines according to Antonio de Morga in his book “Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas”

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antonio de morga

wrote the book “sucesos de las islas filipinas” which talked about how filipinos were not indolent before the spaniards arrived in the philippines

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early filipinos

  • traded the following products with the Chinese:

    • abaca

    • bee’s wax (honey)

    • tortoise shell

    • betel nuts

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products traded with the chinese

  • abaca

  • bee’s wax (honey)

  • tortoise shell

  • betel nuts

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early filipinos

  • knew how to craft objects made of metal

  • made various vessels, utensils, hilts and scabbards made of solid gold

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rice, millet, oranges, lemons

early filipinos cultivated these

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prau, balangay, caracoa

early filipinos built these boats of various sizes

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caracoa

boat that is capable of 100 rowers

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internal disorders

  • one of the reasons that brought about the decline in the spirit of enterprise of Filipinos

  • brought about by the imposition of spanish rule

    • impact: slaughter and massacre of filipinos

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invasion by limahong in 1572

  • one of the reasons that brought about the decline in the spirit of enterprise of Filipinos

  • his invasion in 1972 had an impact for slaughter and massacre of filipinos

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spanish-dutch wars

  • one of the reasons that brought about the decline in the spirit of enterprise of Filipinos

  • against the dutch who also claimed the moluccas

  • impact:

    • construction of large ships

    • recruitment of Filipinos to serve as rower

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piratical attacks

  • one of the reasons that brought about the decline in the spirit of enterprise of Filipinos

  • perpetuated by muslims from mindanao

  • impact:

    • slavery and captivity of Filipinos

    • disappearance of the coastwise trade

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Manila-Acapulco Galleon Trade

  • counter effects of Spanish policy that rizal identified

  • principal foreign trade of the Philippines

  • trade between Manila (Philippines) and Acapulco (Mexico)

  • impact: widespread decrease in population

  • emphasis: luxurious Chinese merchandise (silk, porcelain, linens, ivory wares, and spices)

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construction of large ships

requirement for the manila-acapulco galleon trade

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reasons for decline in population

manila-acapulco galleon trade had:

  • difficulty of cutting trees

  • burden of bringing trees to shipyards

  • actual construction of large ships

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luxurious chinese merchandise

  • silk, porcelain, linens, ivory wares, spices

  • emphasis on the manila-acapulco galleon trade

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focus on galleon trade

  • counter effects of Spanish policy that rizal identified

  • impact:

    • prevented Philippine products from being exported to Mexico

    • neglect of local industry, trade and commerce

    • abandonment of agriculture

    • abandonment of raising poultry

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discontinuation of asian trade

  • causes/factors that continued to foster and maintain indolence

    • Impact: prevented Filipinos from trading with other Southeast Asian neighbors

    • Southeast Asian Trade Partners: Borneans, Siamese, and Cambodians

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presence of bandits

  • causes/factors that continued to foster and maintain indolence

  • Impact: robs the farmers of their personal possessions, carabao, and rice

  • Significance: implies the government’s impotence to maintain law and order

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meager returns to the farmer for his labor

  • causes/factors that continued to foster and maintain indolence

  • factor 3

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not allowing farmers to go to their farms

  • causes/factors that continued to foster and maintain indolence

  • without the permission of the governor or of the priest

  • an obstacle to agriculture

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