Monthly Archives: October 2019

RE-VISITING DILIMAN SOUVENIRS by E. San Juan, Jr.


Re-Visiting Diliman Souvenirs: Peirce’s Semiotics and the Return of the Suppressed E. SAN JUAN, JR. philcsc@gmail.com ABSTRACT In the July 1957 issue of The Philippine Collegian appeared a poem entitled “Man is a Political Animal,” a translation of Aristotle’s famous … Continue reading

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Foreword to Jose Maria Sison, REFLECTIONS (2019)


FOREWORD TO JOSE MARIA SISON’S REFLECTIONS by E. San Juan, Jr.   Writing for the Madrid journal La Solidaridad in 1889, a decade before the United States occupied the Philippines as its new possession, Jose Rizal surmised in his essay … Continue reading

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WALA: mga tula ni E. San Juan, a review


BOOK REVIEW:  Wala: Mga Tula (2018): E. San Juan Jr.’s post-conceptual interventions By Karlo Mikhail I. Mongaya “Selection of what is seen, recording of insignificant facts that gradually transforms the true objects into a sort of background against which another … Continue reading

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