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  Apolinario Mabini - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mabini, it must be noted, was not entirely without nationalistic aspirations, for he was a member of Rizal's La Liga Filipina and worked secretly for the introduction of reforms in the administration of government.
Mabini was most active in the revolution in 1898, when he served as the chief adviser for General Aguinaldo.
Apolinario Mabini was appointed prime minister and was also foreign secretary of the newly independent dictatorial government of Emilio Aguinaldo on January 2, 1899.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Apolinario_Mabini   (699 words)

 Apolinario Mabini Biography | Encyclopedia of World Biography
Apolinario Mabini (1864-1903) was a Filipino political philosopher and architect of the Philippine revolution.
Apolinario Mabini was born in Talaga, Tanauan, Batangas, on July 22, 1864.
Mabini's conflict with the conspiracy of property owners and the landlord class in the congress led to his eclipse in 1899 as Aguinaldo's trusted adviser--the only competent thinker and theoretician in the Aguinaldo Cabinet.
www.bookrags.com /biography/apolinario-mabini   (494 words)

 Manila Bulletin Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
APOLINARIO Mabini was born on July 23, 1864, in Barrio Talaga, Tanauan, Batangas.
Mabini penned most of Aguinaldo’s decrees, especially those that led to the reorganization of the government from dictatorial to revolutionary; the organization of the municipalities, provinces, judiciary, and police; and the establishment of the civil registry of property.
To his countrymen, Mabini was the "Immortal Patriot," the Rirabeau, Robespierre, Mazzini, and Couthon of the Philippines.
www.mb.com.ph /issues/2006/05/13/OPED2006051363860.html   (358 words)

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Apolinario Mabini brought this action for wrongful death as administrator and representative of the beneficiaries of Mrs.
Mabini had little experience as a clerical worker, had earned less than $1000 the previous year and that her annual earnings for the preceding several years had never exceeded $7000.
Mabini's lost services, protection, care and assistance, the expert made the assumption that her son, Pomeroy, would have lived throughout his mother's remaining life expectancy, an additional 24 years, and that he would continue as an adult dependent throughout that time.
www.courts.state.va.us /opinions/opnscvtx/1040913.txt   (1831 words)

May 13, 2003 marks the 100th death anniversary of Apolinario Mabini, known to Filipinos as "The Sublime Paralytic" and "The Brains of the Revolution." He was a brilliant thinker who used his pen in the service of the Filipino people's struggle for freedom in the age of new imperialism.
Apolinario Mabini was born on July 23, 1864 in the village of Talaga in Tanauan, Batangas.
Mabini, who was then residing in Nagtahan, was hit by the disease, and in the evening of May 13 he passed away.
www.bulatlat.com /news/3-14/3-14-mabini.html   (1409 words)

 The Project Gutenberg eBook of Mabini's Decalogue For Filipinos, by Apolinario Mabini.
Mabini was born in Tanawan, province of Batangas, island of Luzon, P.I., of poor Filipino parents, in 1864.
Mabini's official position was President of the Council of Secretaries, and he also held the post of Secretary of the Exterior.
Mabini was arrested by the American forces in September, 1899, and remained a prisoner until September 23, 1900.
www2.cddc.vt.edu /gutenberg/1/4/6/6/14660/14660-h/14660-h.htm   (3112 words)

 Sanrokan News Magazine Romblon Province, Philippines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
For it represents an effort to portray Mabini as a man deliberately trying to play a distinct and prominent role in the Revolution by rationalizing the struggle of the Filipinos to do away with a colonial regime and delineating, at the same time the general direction of how the Filipinos could be attained" (p.1x)
Here is to be found the dual but consistent character of Mabini, as a Filipino and a Man. As Filipino, his nationalism essentially consisted in propounding a new way of life, a national Life.
Mabini, out of power, was not out of touch with the situation for his advice was still sought after and listened to.
www.sanrokan.com /old/nov03/feature_mabini_fabella.htm   (1035 words)

 Mabini and Philippine Independence
He was Apolinario Mabini, the paraplegic who would soon play an important role in the birth of the republic.
Mabini had the intellectual capacity to lead coupled with his legal training and willingness to serve.
Mabini was born and died a poor man. Nevertheless, he was a hero for the Filipinos in his time and remains a hero to this day.
www.ops.gov.ph /pia/kalayaan/mabini.htm   (673 words)

 Mabini's writings - May 14, 2003
OSAKA -- Apolinario Mabini is one of my favorite heroes and one who I wish would get the attention and close study that he truly deserves.
Mabini's writings are crying out to be read and those who read him will be surprised to find out that he can still speak to our generation.
Mabini died on May 13, 1903, a victim of cholera, contracted, it is said, from taking contaminated carabao's milk.
www.inq7.net /opi/2003/may/14/opi_arocampo-1.htm   (907 words)

 Mabini: Wounded Hero
Apolinario Mabini was one of the foremost of the Philippine revolutionary heroes.
Mabini dedicated his closing memoirs, La Revolución Filipina to his mother and indicated that she had aspired that he be a priest.
Mabini, convinced of the people's almost fanatical desire for freedom, turned from the ideals of Rizal's reforms to the zeal of Bonifacio's revolution.
www.univie.ac.at /Voelkerkunde/apsis/aufi/history/mabini.htm   (2138 words)

 Write and Win Contest : Sponsored by Liberal Philippines and Friedrich Naumann Foundation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
As the historic independence year of 1898 was drawing to a close, Apolinario Mabini, President Emilio Aguinaldo’s chief adviser, was exasperated: The Revolutionary Congress of Malolos, originally convoked as a mere consultative assembly by a decree penned by Mabini himself, was unyielding in its desire to promulgate a constitution.
Mabini was neither an enemy of open societies nor an early advocate of a condescendingly benevolent strain of Asian despotism.
Like the ilustrado Calderon, Mabini saw the need for a limited government whose boundaries are outlined by the inalienable rights of the citizens, but, at the same time, he was aware of the popular expectations of the people.
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 Filipino Heroes/MABINI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
He was a courageous patriot, a sagacious philisopher and a learend state man. His paralysis did not hinder him from working hard to gain the country's independence.
Apolinario Mabini was born to a poor family onJuly 23, 1864.
His father was Inocencio Mabini, a Barangay Captain and his mother was Dionisia Maranan, a daughter of a village teacher.
library.thinkquest.org /28616/nhero/apolinario.htm   (204 words)

 The Sublime Paralytic: Apolinario Mabini
Mabini studied in a school in Tanawan, then conducted by a certain Simplicio Avelino.
Mabini, it must be noted, was not entirely free from nationalistic association, for he was a member of Rizal's La Liga Filipina and worked secretly for the introduction of reforms in the administration of government.
Mabini was most active in the revolution in 1898, when he became the chief adviser of Gen. Aguinaldo during the revolution.
www.msc.edu.ph /centennial/mabini.html   (576 words)

 :: Welcome to Manila Bulletin Online ::   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Mabini wrote many of President Aguinaldo’s decrees, notably the June 18 and 23, 1898, decrees which reorganized the municipal and national government of the Philippines.
Mabini, however, wrote it in Spanish; thus Bonifacio instructed Jacinto to translate the document into Tagalog.
Apolinario Mabini’s frail body succumbed to the deadly cholera virus on May 13, 1903, but his indomitable spirit lives on as a sterling example for the Filipino youth, that their forefathers were steadfast adherents of Freedom, Liberty, and the Brotherhood of Men.
www.mb.com.ph /issues/2004/07/23/OPED2004072314618.html   (288 words)

 DEATH CENTENARY OF APOLINARIO MABINI   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Distribution of booklets entitled Apolinario Mabini: A Treasury of Thoughts which was distributed to the members of the Filipino Community in Beijing and Ulaanbataar.
Unveiling of a small exhibit on Apolinario Mabini at the Reception Area of the Consulate with Mrs.
A Holy Mass was celebrated in commemoration of the Death Centenary of Apolinario Mabini, attended by Embassy personnel and their families; Labor Attache and Welfare Officer together with their families and staff; PCIB Representative and staff;and the President of the Federation of Filipino Communities in Israel (FFCI)
www.dfa.gov.ph /protocol/mabini/centenary.htm   (1489 words)

 Session 213   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Mabini considered this second chapter in the armed conflict to be the true "Philippine Revolution." He was intensely concerned with the way in which this war would be remembered, especially since, by 1903, it had essentially ended in defeat for the Filipino forces.
Mabini’s memorial was echoed in Spain in 1998 when the centennial of the Spanish loss of Cuba, Guam, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines in the Spanish-American War was commemorated.
Like Mabini, many Spanish historians dealt with issues of "Centennial as Failure." Others chose to displace it or to transpose it onto earlier or later crises such as the Latin American wars of independence or the Spanish Civil War.
www.aasianst.org /absts/2000abst/Southeast/SE-213.htm   (754 words)

 The Philippine American War. Other Happenings.
Mabini’s request for time to consult the people on the offer and a ceasefire in the meantime was refused.
Notified of his replacement by Paterno, Mabini scoffed at the negotiations of the new cabinet on the basis of autonomy, calling it a desire for “independence without any struggle.” As expected, nothing came out of the Paterno peace efforts because the U.S. insisted that the Filipinos lay down their arms first.
Apolinario Mabini was considered an obstacle who was put out of the way with his resignation on May 7, 1899, by those who were later named to the Paterno cabinet.
www.msc.edu.ph /centennial/filam5.html   (736 words)

 1898 - 1998: The Heroes
polinario Mabini was born in the barrio of Talaga, Tanauan, Batangas, on July 23, 1864.
During his third year in high school, Mabini won first prize, a silver medal and a diploma of honor for the course in Universal History, in a competition for scholarship conducted by the college of San Juan de Letran in Manila.
Despite of his physical condition, Mabini played a prominent part in the second period of revolution.
members.tripod.com /lltm/mabini.html   (427 words)

 Apolinario Mabini - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre
Apolinario Mabini y Maranan (23 de julio de 1864 - 13 de mayo de 1903) llamado El sublime paralítico es recordado como uno de los próceres de la revolución filipina.
Cuando era joven, Mabini estudió en una escuela en Tanawan, dirigida entonces por Simplicio Avelino.
Debido a su enfermedad, Mabini debió ser transportado en hamaca desde los Baños, donde estaba de reposo, hasta Kawit.
es.wikipedia.org /wiki/Apolinario_Mabini   (536 words)

 Transcript of ..
Apolinario Mabini was the first foreign affairs secretary, the sublime paralytic who with his vision planted the seeds of a real foreign policy that is primarily nationalistic, free and dedicated to public service.
Today, 103 years after, we not only celebrate, but we also dedicate ourselves to the concepts propounded by Apolinario Mabini and the foreign affairs secretaries that succeeded him.
To pursue the nationalism of Apolinario Mabini and other successors of the foreign secretary of old.
www.hirefilipino.com /tgxcript.htm   (1105 words)

 PGMA fetes Apolinario Mabini Awards winners : Philippines : Gov.Ph : News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Heading the list of the 2005 Apolinario Mabini Awardees were six local government units (LGUs), namely the city governments of Bacolod, Candon, Laoag, and Pasay, and the provincial governments of Bulacan and Batangas (Cuenca).
The Philippine Postal Corporation was named "Employer of the Year" for hiring 27 deaf at the Central Mail Exchange and for consistently supporting the cause of persons with disability by allowing several of its PWD employes to pursue their professional and career development.
In her welcome remarks, Kate Gordon, acting chairman of the Mabini Awards Committee, assured the President that PWDs would be her partners in progress.
www.gov.ph /news/?i=14745   (488 words)

 Sun.Star Bacolod - City gets award
BACOLOD City will be conferred as the Local Government Unit of the Year in the 2005 Apolinario Mabini Awards because of its facilities catering to the needs of the rehabilitation of the differently-abled individuals.
The Apolinario Mabini Award is a search for individuals, groups and agencies that have made outstanding contributions to the wellness and rehabilitation of people with disabilities.
Bacolod City is chosen the best from among the other local government units in the country because of its concern, efforts and outstanding contribution in the rehabilitation of the disabled people in the city.
www.sunstar.com.ph /static/bac/2006/03/10/news/city.gets.award.html   (303 words)

 DAILY STAR: Top Stories
President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo handed yesterday the prestigious Apolinario Mabini Awards to 17 outstanding persons with disability and PWD-friendly individuals, establishments and institutions, in ceremonies held at Malacañang's Heroes Hall.
The Bacolod City government was one of those who headed the list of the 2005 Apolinario Mabini Awardees, together with Candon, Laoag, and Pasay, and the provincial governments of Bulacan and Batangas (Cuenca), a Malacañang press statement said yesterday.
Launched in 1974 by the Philippine Foundation for the Rehabilitation of the Disabled Inc., the Apolinario Mabini Awards named after the "Sublime Paralytic" and the "Brains of the Philippine Revolution," aims to promote wider recognition of disabled persons as self-respecting and self-reliant citizens.
www.visayandailystar.com /2006/March/25/topstory4.htm   (223 words)

A student of the University of Santo Tomas, attending a demonstration for the first time in 1997, commented that Apolinario Alvarez reminded him of Apolinario Mabini.
Twenty-seven year old Apo, as he is widely known in the cause-oriented movement, limps slightly as a result of polio, which Mabini also suffered from.
Like Mabini, Alvarez was born to a poor family.
www.bulatlat.com /news/3-50/3-50-youth.html   (722 words)

 Famous Filipino Mason - Artemio Ricarte
Banished by the Americans in Guam together with Apolinario Mabini at the turn of the century, they returned to the country apparently to face the music.
Mabini subsequently raised his right hand in submission to the Gringos but the recalcitrant Ricarte did not and was forthwith deported back to Guam.
Many things can be said for and against him, but his passion for teaching and patriotism can stand close scrutiny.
www.glphils.org /famous-masons/faricarte.htm   (305 words)

 Municipality of Mabini, Batangas Philippines
Our town Mabini, formerlya barrio of Bauan is located in the southwestern part of Batangas Province.
This place is bounded on the north by Balayan Bay and on the south by Batangas Bay.
With the untiring efforts of the inhabitants of this barrio it became a town on January 1, 1918, named Mabini in honor of our great Sublime Paralytic, Apolinario Mabini, with only eleven barrios.
www.mabini.gov.ph /historyofbarangay/mab_history_stamesa.htm   (394 words)

 Paggunita kay Mabini-- ederic@cyberspace   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Naka-half mast ngayong araw na ito ang mga bandila sa mga pampublikong tanggapan bilang pag-alaala sa sentenaryo ng pagpanaw ni Apolinario Mabini, ang Utak ng Himagsikan.
Samantala, basahin ang “Apolinario Mabini: A Century After His Passing” ni Alexander Martin Remollino sa Bulatlat.com.
ipinagmamalaki kong isa akong tanaue?o (sa batangas) kagaya ni mabini.
ederic.tinig.com /2003/05/13/paggunita-kay-mabini   (190 words)

 The Manila Times Internet Edition | METRO > Navy gets new weapons from UK
During the rites, British officers inspected the Philippine Navy’s fleet, including the PS 36 BRP Apolinario Mabini, one of three vessels fitted with 75mm and 25mm guns.
Mayuga and Bekingham took the opportunity to try out the additional 25mm gun installed on the Apolinario Mabini.
Bekingham said QinetQ officials were very impressed with the quickness Philippine Navy personnel had adapted to the new equipment.
www.manilatimes.net /national/2006/mar/31/yehey/metro/20060331met3.html   (231 words)

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