Rizal

Rizal

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  • RIZAL nd MORGA's views of the Filipinos and the Philippine Culture
  • BELIEFS
  • These priests, “Catalona / Babaylan” are well-dressed rich people that were not honoured because they are considered as loafers. Case of Francisco Amandao as proof where he offered half of his body to the Anitos and later on the other half was paralyzed. “public testimony of heathenism”
  • There were no priest or a man of religion to attend to religious matters except old men, sorcerers and wizards, People believed in omens and superstitions which the devil inspired them to do, so that they could tell whether the sick person would live or die.
  • SOCIAL
  • A Filipino woman helps his husband and is not seen as a burden when they get married. To a man, marrying means getting introduced to a lifestyle that a bachelor is not accustomed with, especially in terms economy, or financially.
  • The groom contributes a dowry, that he had received from his parents, while the bride does not bring anything until she inherits some from her parents.
  • FOOD
  • A lawlaw is called a salted and dried sardine. He said that Morga seems to refer to tawilis of Batangas or dilis.
  • A lawlaw is a very small fish which is netted, dried in the sun or air, then cooked in various ways.
  • LANGUAGE
  • In Tagalog, a house is called “pamamahay”. Rizal said that it is impossible that bahandin has been printed for bahayin, because it is an obsolete derivative.
  • He said that a house with the parents and children in room together is called “bahandin”.
  • Contents gets from :https://prezi.com/p/d-ligaoct_j6/rizal-and-morgas-view-of-the-philippine-history-a-comparison/
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