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PANTAYONG PANANAW  Kami – we speak to others

Dr. Zeus Salazar  Introduce the closed circuit of interaction a context where
discourse is carried on by among Filipino without the inclusion
 A history professor from the history department of UP Diliman or interference of outside participants or dominant perspective
 Father of Panatayong Pananaw who are unwelcoming to Filipino interest

PANTAYONG PANANAW FILIPINO HISTORY FROM THE LENS OF THE PANTAYONG


PANANAW
 A response to the westernized perspective of the study of
Philippine History and Historiography  Believed that prior to the coming of the Spaniards there was
no unified Pantayong Pananaw among the ethnolinguistic
 Introduce a communication based theoretical innovation on the groups through out the Philippines
study of Philippine Historiography
 The creation of Philippines as a political entity was created
 Most theoretically advanced and productive in terms of through the efforts of the Christianized elites (Ladinos)
research outputs
 Ladino help to indigenize and translate Spanish work into
HELP TO MAKE THE MODERN VIEW OF HISTORIOGRAPHY native language

 Normative speaking context within which scholars in the  Ladino serves as cultural mediator
movement seek to help forge a “national discourse on
civilization”  New type of Ladino continue to discourse in English and use
foreign constructs in their researches and studies about the
 Contribute to the flourishing of a talastasang bayan Philippines and Philippine society

 Create the venue whereby the nation can share in one  Pantayong pananaw seeks to bridge the division of society
encompassing discourse one that would lend a sense of between the elite class, intellectuals and technocrats and the
kabuuan or “totality” majority of the Filipino masses who still silent and voiceless
because their main form of discourse is limited to the use of
 Help to share understanding of the nation’s history that can the indigenous language
give force and direction to a collective vision of the future
 Narrow the cultural the gap between the Great cultural divide
PANTAYONG PANANAW by constructing a totality or national consensus or pagbubuo to
produce a “shared framework for differently making sense of
 A for us perspective
the past”
 Emphasizes that the cultural notion is not only the subject and
goal of discourse but it is also the source of it

 Tayo – we speak among ourselves