Vol 33, No 2 (1985)

Philippine Studies

Table of Contents

Articles

Tribes on the Davao Frontier, 1899-1941 PDF
Shinzo Hayase 139–150
The Vatican Instruction and Liberation Theology in the Philippines PDF
Vitaliano R. Gorosper, S.J. 151–163
Modernization and Religion: Must they Move in Opposite Directions? PDF
Rita H. Mataragnon 164–175
The Struggles of the Native Clergy in Pampanga, 1771–77 PDF
Luciano P.R. Santiago 176–202

Notes and Comments

Religious Experience in the Philippines: From Mythos Through Logos Kairos PDF
Ramon C. Reyes 203–212
The Psychological Process of Values Formation PDF
Jaime C. Bulatao, S.J. 213–220
A Note on Jesuits and Philippine Languages, 1581-1900 PDF
Patria G. Arañas 221–228

Review Article

Reinventing the Past: Cave and Shadows/Mass PDF
Leonard Casper 229–235

Book Reviews

The Burden of Proof PDF
Narciso G. Reyes 236–240
Reports of the Fact. Finding Board on the Assassination of Senator Benigno S. Aquino Jr. PDF
Fabian Dayrit 241–242
The Filipino Reaction to American Rule 1901-13 PDF
Jose S. Arcilla S.J. 242–243
Documenta Malucensia PDF
John N. Schumacher, S.J. 244
The Life and Work of Pedro T. Orata PDF
Jose S. Arcilla, S.J. 245–247
Churches in Contestation: Asian Christian Social Protest PDF
Vitaliano R. Gorospe, S.J. 248–250
Going Forth PDF
Vitaliano R. Gorospe, S.J. 250–252
The Bald Mountains and Other Stories PDF
Robert M. Picart 252–255
Salimbibig, Philippine Vernacular Literature PDF
Rene D. Somera 256–257

Contributors

Contributors PDF
Contributors to Volume 33, No. 2 258

Books Received

Books Received PDF
Books Received 259


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