Frases de Epifanio de los Santos

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Epifanio de los Santos

Fecha de nacimiento: 7. Abril 1871
Fecha de muerte: 18. Abril 1928

Epifanio de los Santos y Cristóbal , a veces conocido como Don Pañóñg o Dong Panyong, fue un historiador[1]​[2]​ filipino, crítico literario,[3]​[4]​ crítico de arte,[3]​ jurista, anticuario,[5]​ músico,[1]​[4]​ erudito,[1]​[3]​ músico, poeta,[4]​[6]​, filósofo, filólogo, periodista, bibliógrafo, paleógrafo, etnógrafo, biógrafo y patriota. Fue nombrado director de la Biblioteca Filipina y Museo por el gobernador general Leonard Wood en 1925.[7]​[8]​ Es uno de los padres del Filipinismo moderno junto a Fernando Blumentritt y Wenceslao Retana.

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Frases Epifanio de los Santos

„Greatest of the last generation's men of letters in this country“

—  Epifanio de los Santos
Context: Greatest of the last generation's men of letters in this country. - A. V. H. Hartendorp

„The foremost literarian in the Philippines“

—  Epifanio de los Santos
Context: The foremost literarian in the Philippines. - Claro M. Recto.

„An artist by temperament, he was a scholar in the truest sense, interested and well versed in all branches of human learning, not in the manner of present-day specialists who confine themselves in the limited branches of their chosen fields. He was also recognized as the most authoritative historian and interpreter of fruitful and transcendental events in our epoch, a researcher of the first order, a collector of rare and antique objects that are landmarks of Philippine culture.“

—  Epifanio de los Santos
Context: He was undoubtedly the best critic, writer and biographer that the golden age of literature in our country have ever produced. An artist by temperament, he was a scholar in the truest sense, interested and well versed in all branches of human learning, not in the manner of present-day specialists who confine themselves in the limited branches of their chosen fields. He was also recognized as the most authoritative historian and interpreter of fruitful and transcendental events in our epoch, a researcher of the first order, a collector of rare and antique objects that are landmarks of Philippine culture. None could equal him in rigidness and perseverance and study of our past, even in search of our wealth of relevant and important data that enrich the sources for the study of national history and literature. He was also recognized as the foremost Filipino scholar of his time. -Rafael Palma

„The Filipino is a true cosmopolitan. From him the world may expect something new and distinctive.“

—  Epifanio de los Santos
Context: We Filipinos are the most promising people in the world. We have unheard-of-possibilities. There have never been a people similarly situated. Here we are in the Orient with our Oriental thoughts and sentiments, but living amid a civilization more Western than was ever known in The East. The Philippines is the only country where East meets West. The Filipino is a true cosmopolitan. From him the world may expect something new and distinctive. As quoted in “Don Pañong – Genius" by A.V.H. Hartendorp in Philippine Magazine (September 1929), p. 210.

„They overvalue courage forgetting that without knowledge it is only recklessness...Less bluff, more study.“

—  Epifanio de los Santos
Context: What I want to impress on our youth is the necessity of thoroughly preparing themselves for their life's work. As a rule they bluff their way through life, pulling plums out of life's pudding by hook or by crook. They seem to hold the notion that knowledge is not essential to great achievements as courage. They overvalue courage forgetting that without knowledge it is only recklessness... Less bluff, more study. Philippine Free Press. Manila. April 28, 1928.

„He exhibited his astute powers of observation and astonished all his associates with that endurance for continued effort seldom equalled but never surpassed by men of even younger years.“

—  Epifanio de los Santos
Context: ( As Assistant Director of Technical Census)... He exhibited his astute powers of observation and astonished all his associates with that endurance for continued effort seldom equalled but never surpassed by men of even younger years. As a quote by Jose P. Bantug from "Epifanio de los Santos y Cristobal" by Libardo Cayco. National Heroes day. University of the Philippines. 1934.

„One of the best product of the 20th century Renaissance in Philippine arts and letters, Don Epifanio de los Santos y Cristobal exemplified the intellectual gentlemen whose passion for knowledge and the arts paralleled his life long existence.“

—  Epifanio de los Santos
Context: One of the best product of the 20th century Renaissance in Philippine arts and letters, Don Epifanio de los Santos y Cristobal exemplified the intellectual gentlemen whose passion for knowledge and the arts paralleled his life long existence. Carolina Afan " Epifanio de los Santos Y Cristobal

„He was a master of humor. He believed that humor is the test of the natural, of the sensible, of the truth. To him most persons who have no sense of humor are generally absurd.“

—  Epifanio de los Santos
Context: He was a master of humor. He believed that humor is the test of the natural, of the sensible, of the truth. To him most persons who have no sense of humor are generally absurd. The Manila Tribune. April 19, 1928.

„Distrust all generalizations: stick to the concrete.“

—  Epifanio de los Santos
Context: (... philosophy is more often the systematization of the prejudices of philosophers than the systematization of nature.) Distrust all generalizations: stick to the concrete. As quoted in “Don Pañong – Genius" by A.V.H. Hartendorp in Philippine Magazine (September 1929), p. 211.

„Known as supreme in the Philippine literary world, the keenest critic and writer we ever had.“

—  Epifanio de los Santos
Context: Known as supreme in the Philippine literary world, the keenest critic and writer we ever had.- Dr, Trinidad Pardo de Tavera.

„When every Filipino home shall contain such a national work, stimulative of autonomous sentiments...then the Philippines will be spiritually and practically independent.“

—  Epifanio de los Santos
Context: The time has come when we should have a critical, official, monumental edition of all of Rizal's works, with illustrations contributed by Luna about other artists of ours... When every Filipino home shall contain such a national work, stimulative of autonomous sentiments... then the Philippines will be spiritually and practically independent. Philippine Magazine vol. 38. no 1 p. 14.

„Generally regarded as the foremost scholar, Don Panyong is equally deserving of popular encomium for the singular distinction which he has achieved in several other fields of human endeavour.“

—  Epifanio de los Santos
Context: Generally regarded as the foremost scholar, Don Panyong is equally deserving of popular encomium for the singular distinction which he has achieved in several other fields of human endeavour. Cayco, Libardo D. Epifanio de los Santos Cristobal. Manila, National Heroes Day. University of the Philippines. 1934.

„He taught us by example to place little emphasis on personal material gain...his aim was to bequeath to posterity the riches of his brain and the wealth of his soul.“

—  Epifanio de los Santos
Context: He taught us by example to place little emphasis on personal material gain... his aim was to bequeath to posterity the riches of his brain and the wealth of his soul. The Manila Tribune. April 19, 1928.

„Principles for principles' sake -that is not wisdom; that is obstinacy. Principles should be fluid because life is fluid.“

—  Epifanio de los Santos
Context: If by sticking to the moral principles you have followed all your life, you jeopardize your happiness and that of others, throw over your principles. Principles for principles' sake -that is not wisdom; that is obstinacy. Principles should be fluid because life is fluid. As quoted in “Don Pañong – Genius" by A.V.H. Hartendorp in Philippine Magazine (September 1929), p. 211.

„At the end of three years my knowledge of Spanish and of literature in general was far beyond that of my friends. It was then my turn to laugh!“

—  Epifanio de los Santos
Context: When I left the University of Santo Tomas, I had but a smattering of Spanish. My friends made sport of me. What keen mortification did I suffer at my ignorance! One day, no longer able to stand the jeerings of my friends, I made up my mind to learn Spanish. I purchased a dozen good novels and began to read. I did not spend hours over a grammar, but just kept on reading, taking care to remember the idioms. In the meantime my library grew. At the end of three years my knowledge of Spanish and of literature in general was far beyond that of my friends. It was then my turn to laugh! As quoted in “Don Pañong – Genius" by A.V.H. Hartendorp in Philippine Magazine (September 1929), p. 211.

„He was, in the early twentieth century, the country's most eminent biographer and literary scholar.“

—  Epifanio de los Santos
Resil B. Mojares in Brains of the Nation: Pedro Paterno, T. H. Pado de Tavera, Isabelo de los Reyes. 2006. p. 477.

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