LUMINA Volume 22 No. 1


THE EDSA REVOLUTION(S) AND FREEDOM: HEGELIAN INTERPRETATION OF HISTORY


by Ferdinand M. Mangibin

Man by nature is free. He always seeks for freedom. He cannot be contented being enslaved by any external forces. He needs to express himself according to his nature. Any violation to this right to freedom is a moment of struggle. In the history of mankind, there were several instances when man continuously fights for this very right to freedom. He allows no one to violate it. By any means he tries to sustain it. That man by nature free is a usual contention.



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