Emilio Jacinto


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Emilio Jacinto
Emilio Jacinto y Dizon
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Jacinto, Emilio

 

Born Dec. 15, 1875, in Tondo, Manila; died Apr. 16, 1899, in Majayjay, Laguna Province. Philippine revolutionary; radical-democratic ideologist in the Philippine National Liberation Revolution of 1896–98.

Jacinto, born into poverty, joined a secret revolutionary league, the Katipunan; in 1895 he served as the league’s secretary, and in 1896 he was editor of its newspaper Kalayaan (Freedom). During the revolution Jacinto was in command of the rebel troops in Laguna Province. He wrote the Katipunan’s Primer and Manifesto —the league’s chief programmatic documents—as well as various articles and calls to action. In his works, which were in the form of aphorisms and were written in simple and accessible language, Jacinto preached universal equality. He rejected wealth acquired by force or deceit, and he called for self-sacrifice in the name of the people’s liberation from poverty, oppression, and spiritual slavery.

REFERENCES

Levtonova, Iu. O. Istoriia obshchestvennoi mysli na Filippinakh. Moscow, 1973.
Agoncillo, T. A. The Revolt of the Masses: The Story of Bonifacio and Katipunan. Quezon City, 1956.
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3 million together with a very, very expensive envelope that contained one of the Bonifacio letters to Emilio Jacinto, that sold for P2.
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Also for the author, anyone who was not as educated as Jose Rizal or Emilio Jacinto was bound to fail; this happened to Andres Bonifacio who was not ready to lead the Filipino people toward independence because he had 'defects in his personality and education' (p.
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From first editions of Rizal's 'Noli Me Tangere' and 'El Filibusterismo' to the landmark sale of original handwritten letters of Rizal and a sketchbook of Juan Luna that recorded his impressions of a trip to Japan in the spring of 1896, which were all sold last year, we have a handful of letters of Andres Bonifacio to Emilio Jacinto on the block tomorrow in Leon Gallery, and a letter of Juan Luna written from prison after he murdered his wife and mother-in-law under the hammer at Salcedo Auctions next Saturday.
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Up for sale are: a letter to Emilio Jacinto, dated March 8, 1897, on stationery that reads 'Andres Bonifacio.