Pancasila and ethnology in Indonesia
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Published by J.Tondowidjojo in [Surabaya] .
Written in English



  • Indonesia.


  • Ethnology -- Indonesia.,
  • Pancasila.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementJohn Tondowidjojo.
LC ClassificationsDS430 .T66 1990
The Physical Object
Pagination115 leaves, [10] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages115
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL519582M
LC Control Number98941148

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This year: Mon, Jun 1, Next year: Tue, Jun 1, Last year: Sat, Jun 1, Type: National holidayType: National holiday.   I agree with Lilian Darmono's point that 'Pancasila is now a collection of empty words.' The so called Indonesian state ideology is basically not an ideology at all, or at least not a well-defined one. The meaning of Pancasila evolves over time. I.   PANCASILA 1. Believe in the one Supreme God 2. Just and civilized humanity. 3. The unity of Indonesia. 4. Democracy led by the wisdom of deliberations among representatives. 5. Social justice for the whole of the people of Indonesian. In its preamble, the constitution sets forth the Pancasila as the embodiment of basic principles of an independent Indonesian state. These five principles were announced by Sukarno in a speech known as "The Birth of the Pancasila," which he gave to the Independence Preparatory .