Jose Rizal- Reformist
Andres Bonifacio- Revolutionist
Emilio Jacinto- Revolutionist
Manuel L. Quezon- Political Philosopher
Jose P. Laurel - Political Philosopher
Renato Constantino- Nationalist
Claro M. Ceniza- Metaphysician
Rolando M. Gripaldo- Circumstantialist
Romualdo Abulad, SVD, Ph.D
Manuel Dy, Ph.D
Roque Ferriols, SJ
Leonardo N. Mercado, SVD
Emirita S. Quito
Ramon N. Reyes
Florentino T. Timbreza
Alfredo P. Co
3/13/2011 11:38:26 am

If you wish to succeed, you should use persistence as your good friend, experience as your reference, prudence as your brother and hope as your sentry.

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angel
7/12/2011 10:19:24 pm

is rizal really a pilosopher? if he is...what are the pilosophies that he had made?

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Glenn Rey Anino
7/12/2011 11:32:10 pm

Yes, Rizal was a philosopher. Though he was not the typical philosopher we usually know who likes to construct a profound ideas ended up in a philosophical system like Hegel, Plato, Aristotle, etc. He is a philosopher who introduces his thought through literary works like the philosopher who, at the same, received a Nobel Prize in literature: Sartre, Camus, Bertrand Russell. Sartre's makes the embodiment of his philosophical thoughts in Being and Nothingness in some of his play and novels. Likewise, Rizal puts his ideology in his two novels such as his idea of political freedom-liberation, the importance of education as he was influenced by the French Enlightenment thinkers like Rousseau and Voltaire, putting more importance on human or liberal sciences rather than on the mere focus of religious authoritarianism at his time, his idea of nationalism and many more.

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persian warrior
2/28/2012 07:10:39 pm

bullshit rizal was a small weak playboy , like all of you

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Spartan warrior
7/23/2012 12:50:26 am

Fuck you! say it when you already beat Rizal's achievements! Weak your face you bitter fag! suck clit!

Lalaine
9/25/2011 12:38:38 pm

what are their philosophies?

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Lalaine Anne Racca
9/25/2011 12:40:26 pm

What are their philosophies like philosophy related to education, Natural Science, Physical, technology and Law.

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Lala
10/2/2011 12:45:28 pm

ang mga totoong pilosopiya ng bansa ay sina:

Princess Mae Zapanta
Michelle Ortiguero
Melanie Punzalan
Kriska Siena
Lala Bonita!

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Virgin Patricia P. Mendoza
11/15/2011 11:27:21 am

anu ba ang philosophy ng ating bansa parang hindi akma ang kanilang ginagawa sa phlosophy?

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2/1/2012 08:44:39 am

Education Towards Excellence and Human Integrity!

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3/11/2012 12:34:36 pm

I believe the study of philosophy to be critically important. It is the words we live by and they should not be taken lightly. To do so we end up with paradoxes, people killing for peace, oppressive and corrupt governments boasting of freedom and democracy when they are clearly nothing more than fascist oligarchs that rule by terror. The flaws of human nature are scrutinized by the philosopher. Philosophy is in everything we do, it is our attitude in the way we undertake anything. So absent these days is a sincere Socratic dialogue, as though we have given in to personal agendas and the idea of evolving as a species has become diluted into meaningless slogans, pop culture and materialism. I think people should really examine their philosophies (Persian Warrior for instance if he is in fact a warrior which i doubt, should consider the philosophy of the warrior, its many noble aspects, and while I'm on it the noble philosophers of the Persian empire, for instance Seyyed Hossein Nasr, Rumi was one of my favorites). I'm very curious of the philosophers listed here, I'm hoping to learn more about Indigenous philosophies, The Igorots, Bisayans, etc..I think the list here is certainly valid and to understand why, it is important to understand what a philosophy is and why it is so critically important.

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wil
7/8/2012 04:54:10 pm

anyone here can email me a biographyof any the filipino philosophers whose philosopy is education-related? thanks...

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daryl suazo
8/21/2012 04:55:56 pm

Ang mga sumusunod ay mga tunay na pilosopo: sina Daryl Mendoza, Ruby Suazo, Ryan Urbano, Lolong Galeon, Lot Tabilid, Amosa Velez, Maje Purino at saka si Jett Magadan.. pwede na rin nating isama sa Bobby Alaras at si Karl Archuleta .. . ewan ko kung maisali na dito si Jason Boy Cablao...

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charlene mae
12/12/2013 09:26:32 am

*who is the Filipino philosopher who said that 'philosophy cant never be defined?'

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cj
3/11/2014 12:54:12 am

Let's just search, read and understand their individual philosophies so that everybody will be educate and everything will be ok . hindi yong nagtatalo tayo . Make peace. Not war

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kranz
1/23/2015 12:32:54 pm

bkit mga wala naman na contribute sa education mga yan..

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Johnralphcabrera
8/31/2015 09:43:41 pm

Yes

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10/10/2015 01:17:29 pm

Upon reading your comments, I conclude that you should first understand philosophy before making comments.

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BRANDY
10/13/2015 01:33:35 am

YEAH RIGHT!!

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jelix
11/4/2015 11:48:52 pm

When we ask what is philosophy, meaning to say we wonder. Like Rizal, a man who wonders, asking right questions almost everything and achieve remarkable works.

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forex
11/16/2015 05:52:14 pm

philosophy is our everyday way of living, regardless of who, what,and where you coming from. we should not understand philosophy based on the writings of people ahead of us but rather, we have to understand what is in the present. ......good life...good philosophy......

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6/27/2016 08:33:07 pm

Nc

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Maye
7/1/2016 03:14:34 am

E DI WOW

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7/19/2016 07:07:59 pm

Putang ina! Mga Bobo! Si Rizal ay patay na!!

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April Nicole Quinto
7/20/2016 03:01:03 am

They all contributed in education especially in this generations.
You dont have the right to say bad word to those people who risk their lives just to protect our COUNTRY.

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Alejandro Patagnan
8/21/2016 02:32:58 am

What is philosophy then in simple way we think and feel? Well, based on the very nature of man, as a thinking being, as a being with a mind that could be rational or irrational, as a man who could think logically or illogically, philosophy is the result of our mind process of thought. The product of the human mind could be good or bad, true or false. Then, philosophy as the product of the human mind, could be evaluated in that same manner: good or bad, right or wrong, true or false. Philosophy is indispensable in our life as our mind is indispensable in our activities of living. What then is the generally accepted philosophy of the Filipinos today? Since most of the Filipinos are religious or have some beliefs in supernatural, then most of their philosophical ideas are derived from that. I would consider religion and beliefs as a basic philosophy, too. Because it is the product of the early human perspective about the nature of things in reality. And since Christianity was brought to us by the foreigners like Spaniards, Americans and Japanese, it became our philosophy too. that took influence in our mentality and put into works in our own individual life. Most of those religious idea and philosophical ideas derived from it came from the west, it was thought that we were westernized then. However, before they came, our ancestors were philosophers too in their own simple way as they thought and live and works which was no different from the western ideas--the belief in the concept God, in the supernatural being. In short, that is philosophy.

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hello
9/26/2016 07:38:30 pm

is that all??

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darell endaya
10/7/2016 11:52:49 pm

it is true???

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victoria
11/17/2016 06:50:25 am

how about thomas aquinas ? he's a filipino philosopher too

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FGG
1/2/2017 01:10:10 am

I think, since we are all in a new generation, WE MUST LET OURSELVES TO UNDERSTAND EVERYTHING thats why we are going to school ,right? So, for those who ignore the history(it is part, I think?) they are moron.
For those who says bad words, shut up because you are making noise which is obviously you let anyone think that you are stupid!
#peace just saying😊the fact

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queenie
2/8/2017 08:24:44 pm

in general po, sino ang 10 philosophers. yung talagang filipino philosophers

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3/28/2017 11:09:26 pm

what is the most philosophers from them all

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Awz
5/5/2017 10:15:39 pm

as long as there is an effort to bring oneself nearer to the truth in every instance of reality, there is already a philosophical act.

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7/26/2017 02:36:56 am

ang puuutttaaa

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reg
9/25/2017 11:17:33 pm

in the list, who are the philosophers during spanish regime ?

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Nammm
10/9/2017 03:25:57 am

it is sad to see how philosophy is badly misunderstood in our country. Though the discipline is of western origin, it is still a discipline unique for being truly 'humanitarian' in the sense that it concerns all humanity. Philosophy first and foremost is a discipline. Albeit one can argue that everyone can philosophize, the title philosopher is not something everyone can don; rather it is earned, granted by the community of experts in philosophy in our universities and/or abroad. It is an immortalizing moniker (at least, and sadly, to the community of philosophical studies) to be called one. Rizal, albeit he did question blatantly through literature (ironic right?) the injustice of the Spaniards while occupying our archipelago, he did not contributed to the study of philosophy to be granted the title 'philosopher'. Similar to the presidents mentioned, they too did no contribution to the discipline to be warranted the title philosopher. The people left (Renato Constantino- Nationalist
Claro M. Ceniza- Metaphysician
Rolando M. Gripaldo- Circumstantialist
Romualdo Abulad, SVD, Ph.D
Manuel Dy, Ph.D
Roque Ferriols, SJ
Leonardo N. Mercado, SVD
Emirita S. Quito
Ramon N. Reyes
Florentino T. Timbreza
Alfredo P. Co)
Clearly deserved to be in the discussion concerning filipino philosophy - and of course philosophers. But if we are to ask are these people philosophers? by discipline yes, they are definitely the best there is in the Philippines (albeit there are tons of new philosophers now) but did they created a new kind of system in which they would call it their own philosophy? and thus become a real 'filipino philosopher' not just by profession but by creation? We should say, as Alfredo Co said so himself, there is no (as in not yet) such thing as filipino philosophy - thus by extending such claim there is no such thing also as a filipino made philosophy made by a filipino philosopher made for the general filipino. So in respect there is no filipino philosopher. Wuuuut basta gets HAHAHA

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rojane reyes
10/20/2017 11:42:13 pm

who is the famous philosopher like socrates,pato and aristotle

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