Title, The Philippines: A Past Revisited. Author, Renato Constantino. Publisher, Tala Pub. Services, Original from, the University of Michigan. Digitized. The Philippines: a past revisited. Front Cover. Renato Constantino. – pages Title, The Philippines: a past revisited. Author, Renato Constantino. The Philippines: A Past Revisited, Volume 1. Front Cover. Renato Constantino, Letizia R. Constantino. Renato Constantino, – Philippines – pages.
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Chesca Matricio rated it really liked it Aug 06, And when history has a goal, the past ceases to dominate the present and to hold back the future. One of the best books on Philippine history!
Lorille rated it it was amazing Jun 18, Only then can facts be really understood and not be merely known; only then can this understanding of facts become an understanding of society; only then can history be perceived as a unified process. Refresh and try again. Constantino Joint Author Members. Jun 13, Benedict marked it as to-read. History, then, should serve the purpose of integrating seemingly isolated facts and events into a coherent historical process so that a view of the totality of social reality may be achieved.
Then history can be consciously made.
The Philippines: A Past Revisited
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The Philippines, a Past Revisited by Renato Constantino
Only then can history have a goal. I have never been this angry with dead people. And this understanding can come about by a systematic and patriotic effort to synthesize the experience of the past in order to obtain a concrete vision of the future.
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