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“According to Magos, dunganon is derived from the root word dungan which she defined as "a life force, an energy, as well as an ethereal entity, a spirit with a will of its own that resides in the human body and provides the essence of life.”
“Help with normalization dan dungan posted on Tuesday, July 20, 2010 6: 11 PM”
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“This is because, under the concept of the dungan, elections are nothing more that jousting tournaments for mga dunganon nga tawo.”
“In this context, life is viewed as a "recurrent negotiation over rank among adults of all social strata," a constant battle for ascendancy between people of varying levels of dungan (hence the book title "Clash of Spirits").”
“If this sounds vaguely familiar, it is because the concept of the dungan finds many parallels in other cultures.”
“As a student of Philippine politics, I am interested in this idealized concept of the dunganon nga tawo because I am convinced that this people's belief in a dungan, even just in a subconscious level, somehow has an impact on how Filipinos formulate their choices during elections.”
“A more recent incarnation of a dunganan was the late Rodolfo "Roding" Ganzon who, during his political prime, many Ilonggos considered as someone possessed of an exceptionally strong dungan.”
“Many people to this day believe that an adult with an especially strong dungan can overpower and wittingly cause illness in another grown-up with a weaker dungan with just a light touch or a few words.”
“In other words, everyone possesses a dungan (or dungog if you prefer) albeit of varying strengths or "force levels" and only a few individuals are blessed to be born with a very strong dungan.”
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