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					33rd Annual PHAVISMINDA Conference
   International Conference on Critical Theory
                   27-29 May 2010




                     Co-Hosted by:


       Silliman University and St. Paul University
      Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental, Philippines
                Venue: South Seas Resort
                                       Day 1, 27 May 2010
                           Venue: B1 South Seas Resort (Dumaguete City)

 8:00 – 9:45     Registration

 9:45 – 9:50     Invocation
                 Fr. Francis Paul Escaño, RCJ

 9:50 – 9:55     Message
                 Dr. Batchiba Lacdo-o, VPAA, St. Paul University

 9:55 – 10:00 Message
              Dr. Ben S. Malayang III, President, Silliman University

 10:00 – 10:15 Welcome Address and Presentation of PHAVISMINDA Officers
               Dr. Eddie R. Babor, LlB
               PHAVISMINDA President

 10:15 – 10:30 Introduction of Participants and Conference Overview
               Dr. Ruby Suazo
               PHAVISMINDA Secretary

 10:30 – 10:45 Break

 10:45 – 11:45 Dr. Paolo Bolanos, University of Santo Tomas
               What is Critical Theory?
               Venue: B1                            Chair: Atty. Harold A. Jumuad

 11:45 – 1:15 Lunch Break

 1:15 – 2:15     Dr. Eddie R. Babor, LlB, Holy Name University
                 The Problematics of Homosexuality: Can Foucault Liberate the Gays?
                 (An Exposee, an Evaluation, and a Critical Analysis of the Phenomenon of Homosexuality)
                 Venue: B1 South Seas Resort               Chair: Nomer Abolencia

 2:15 – 2:30     Break

 2:30 – 4:00      Concurrent Sessions
                   Venue: B1                                   Venue: B2 (2nd floor)
Chair: Jeffry Ocay                                 Chair: Atty. Jose Antonio Sedigo
Marella Ada V. Mancenido                           Ignatius H. Vinzons
University of Santo Tomas                          Ateneo de Manila University
Nausea: Sartre's Notion of Freedom, A Turn from    Adorno, Freedom, and the Good Life Today
Existentialism to Marxism
Raymundo R. Pavo                                       Virgilio Aquino Rivas
UP Mindanao, Davao City                                Polytechnic University of the Philippines
Reconceptualizing Objectivity and Subjectivity         Being is not the anonymity of freedom
Through Regressive Thinking


 4:00 – 5:00       Roland Paulsen, University of Uppsala, Sweden
                   Between Resistance and Adjustment: Various Meanings and Time Appropriation
                   Venue: B1                                Chair: Leopoldo B. Laviste II


 Cultural show...Entertainment...” Kahayag Dance Troupe – Silliman University

                                                 Day 2, 28 May 2010

 9:00 – 10:00 Dr. Stanley Krippner, Saybrook University
              Postmodern Perspectives on the Studies in Consciousness
              Venue: B1                                   Chair: Atty. Harold A. Jumuad

 10:00 – 10:15 Break

 10:15 – 11:45 Concurrent Sessions

                    Venue: B1                                        Venue: B2 (2nd floor)
Chair: Mr. Romualdo Señeris                            Chair: Mr. Franco Ubag
Cynthia Grace Suguitan-Sanguyu                         Alexis Deodato S. Itao, MA
UP Extension Program in Pampanga                       Rogationists Seminary College – Cebu
Mind over Matter, Matter over Mind: A Discourse        Paul Ricoeur’s Hermeneutics of Symbols: A Critical
Deviation and the Study of Character                   Dialectic of Suspicion and Faith

Jamil Adrian Kahlil L. Matalam                         Dennis Paul P. Guevarra
University of Southern Mindanao                        Trinity University of Asia
Herbert Marcuse: Negative Thinking, Critical Social    Fists of Emancipation: Pacquiao and the Burden of
Theory and Philosophy                                  the National


 11:45 – 12:30 Lunch Break

 (12:30-2:00PM) University Tour: St. Paul University and Silliman University


 2:15 – 3:15       Dr. Reynaldo Rivera, Silliman University
                   Marx’s Social Formation: Philippine Social Formation,
                   Financial Crisis, and Income Distribution
                   Venue: B1                                  Chair: Leopoldo B. Laviste II
 3:15 – 4:00        Break

 4:00 – 5:00        Concurrent Sessions

                     Venue: B1                                             Venue: B2 (2nd floor)
Chair: Atty. Jose Antonio Sedigo                           Chair: Nomer Abolencia
Agustin Martin G. Rodriguez, PhD                           Victor Aguilan, ThD
Ateneo de Manila University                                Silliman University
Marginalization and the Multiplicity of Rationalities:     Habermas’ Discourse Ethics as an Approach to
A Discourse Theory of Poverty                              Inter-religious Dialogue
Ruby S. Suazo, PhD                                         Ryan Urbano
University of San Carlos                                   University of San Carlos
Solicitude in Friendship, Initiative, and Responsibility   Levinas and Interfaith Dialogue
for the “Fragile” Other

 5:00 – 6:00        Dr. Theodore Jennings, Chicago Theological Seminary
                    Rethinking the Political
                    Venue: B1                          Chair: Ferdinand Mangibin



                                                 Day 3, 29 May 2010

 9:00 – 10:00 Dr. Frederick Abraham, Blueberry Brain Institute, Vermont, USA
              Media Ecology, Globalization, and Emancipation
              Venue: B1                                Chair: Jeffry Ocay

 10:00 – 10:15 Break

 10:15 – 11:45 Concurrent Sessions

                     Venue: B1                                           Venue: B2 (2nd floor)
Chair: Mr. Franco Ubag                                     Chair: Mr. Romualdo Señeris
Rhoderick John S. Abellanosa                               Daryl Y. Mendoza
University of San Carlos                                   University of San Carlos
Heidegger’s Destruction of Metaphysics and Its             Commodity, Sign, and Spectacle: Retracing
Impact to Politics                                         Baudrillard’s Hyperreality

Randy Edradan Pederi, MSOSC                                Nomer S. Abolencia
Surigao Education Center                                   UP-Tacloban
Homogender in the Realm of Freedom and Equality            Jose Rizal’s Indolence of the Filipinos: A look into
                                                           Jean Baudrillard’s System of Objects

 11:45 – 1:15 Lunch Break
1:15 – 3:15   “The Relevance of Critical Theory in Philippine Society”
              Venue: B1                             Chair: Dr. Paolo Bolaños

              Dr. F.P.A. Demeterio III, De La Salle University-Manila
              Conflict of Aesthetics Systems: A Study on the Controversy Surrounding Carlo J. Caparas,
              as National Artists for Visual Arts and Film

              Dr. Orlando Ali Mandane, Jr., University of San Carlos
              Technology as the Making of the Human Person

              Jeffry Ocay, Silliman University
              Domination and Resistance in the Philippines: From the Pre-Hispanic to the Spanish and
              American Period

3:15 – 4:00   Break

4:00 – 5:00   Fr. Mike Moga, SJ, Ateneo de Zamboanga University
              Human Hunger
              Venue: B1                         Chair: Ferdinand Mangibin

5:00 – 5:15   Election of Officers
              (To be facilitated by Dr. Eddie R. Babor, LlB, outgoing President)

5:15 – 5:25   Induction of Officers
              (Atty. Harold A. Jumuad, Inducting Officer)

5:25 – 5:40   Business Meeting
              (To be presided by the newly elected President)

5:40 – 5:50   Book Launching and Conferment of “Distinguished Author Award 2010”

5:50 – 5:55   Distribution of Certificates

5:55 – 6:00   Closing Remarks by the newly elected President



                                         Home Sweet Home
                                                   TABLE OF CONTENTS


1. Dr. Paolo Bolaños (to be distributed)
University of Santo Tomas
What is Critical Theory?

2. Dr. Eddie R. Babor, LlB, Holy Name University................................................. 1
The Problematics of Homosexuality: Can Foucault Liberate the Gays?
(An Exposee, an Evaluation, and a Critical Analysis of the Phenomenon of Homosexuality)

3. Marella Ada V. Mancenido ........................................................................... 36
University of Santo Tomas
Nausea: Sartre's Notion of Freedom, A Turn from Existentialism to Marxism

4. Raymundo R. Pavo (to be distributed)
UP Mindanao, Davao City
Reconceptualizing Objectivity and Subjectivity Through Regressive Thinking

5. Ignatius H. Vinzons (to be distributed)
Ateneo de Manila University
Adorno, Freedom, and the Good Life Today

6. Virgilio Aquino Rivas ..................................................................................... 44
Polytechnic University of the Philippines
Being is not the anonymity of freedom

7. Roland Paulsen ............................................................................................. 65
University of Uppsala (Sweden)
Between Resistance and Adjustment: Various Meanings of Time Appropriation

8. Dr. Stanley Krippner ...................................................................................... 90
Saybrook University
Postmodern Perspectives on Studies in Consciousness

9. Cynthia Grace Suguitan-Sanguyu................................................................... 113
UP Extension Program in Pampanga
Mind over Matter, Matter over Mind: A Discourse Deviation Approach to F. Sionil José’s Ermita

10. Jamil Adrian Kahlil L. Matalam .................................................................... 131
University of Southern Mindanao
Herbert Marcuse: Negative Thinking, Critical Social Theory, Philosophy
11. Alexis Deodato S. Itao ................................................................................ 143
Rogationists Seminary College – Cebu
Paul Ricoeur’s Hermeneutics of Symbols: A Critical Dialectic of Suspicion and Faith

12. Dennis Paul P. Guevarra ............................................................................. 161
Trinity University of Asia
Fists of Emancipation: Pacquiao and the Burden of the National

13. Dr. Reynaldo Rivera (to be distributed)
Silliman University
Marx’s Social Formation: Philippine Social Formation,
Financial Crisis and Income Distribution

14. Agustin Martin G. Rodriguez, PhD .............................................................. 167
Ateneo de Manila University
Marginalization and the Multiplicity of Rationalities: A Discourse Theory of Poverty

15. Ruby S. Suazo, PhD ..................................................................................... 177
University of San Carlos
Solicitude in Friendship, Initiative, and Responsibility for the “Fragile” Other

16. Victor Aguilan, ThD (to be distributed)
Silliman University
Habermas’ Discourse Ethics as an Approach to Inter-religious Dialogue

17. Ryan Urbano .............................................................................................. 186
University of San Carlos
Levinas and Interfaith Dialogue

18. Dr. Theodore Jennings ………………………………………………………………………..…… 206
Chicago Theological Seminary (USA)
Rethinking the Political

19. Dr. Frederick Abraham …………………………………………………………………….….….. 218
Blueberry Brain Institute, Vermont (USA)
Media Ecology, Globalization, and Emancipation

20. Rhoderick John S. Abellanosa ..................................................................... 237
University of San Carlos
Heidegger’s Destruction of Metaphysics and Its Impact to Politics

21. Randy Edradan Pederi, MSOSC (to be distributed)
Surigao Education Center
Homogender in the Realm of Freedom and Equality
22. Daryl Y. Mendoza (to be distributed)
University of San Carlos
Commodity, Sign, and Spectacle: Retracing Baudrillard’s Hyperreality

23. Nomer S. Abolencia ................................................................................. 256
UP-Tacloban
Jose Rizal’s Indolence of the Filipinos: A look into Jean Baudrillard’s System of Objects


“THE RELEVANCE OF CRITICAL THEORY IN PHILIPPINE SOCIETY”

24. Dr. F.P.A. Demeterio III ............................................................................ 262
De La Salle University-Manila
Conflict of Aesthetics Systems: A Study on the Controversy Surrounding Carlo J. Caparas
as National Artists for Visual Arts and Film

25. Dr. Orlando Ali Mandane, Jr. (to be distributed)
University of San Carlos
Technology as the Making of the Human Person

26. Jeffry Ocay .............................................................................................. 286
Silliman University
Domination and Resistance in the Philippines:
From the Pre-Hispanic to the Spanish and American Period

27. Fr. Mike Moga, SJ .................................................................................... 319
Ateneo de Zamboanga University
Human Hunger

				
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