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This paper explores what I would call as the "linguistic turn" of Roque Ferriols, a prominent Filipino philosophy luminary. Following Paulo Freire's notion of the non-neutrality of education, I will argue that Ferriols' linguistic turn can also be read as a political act. Even if he does not have a sustained analysis of the politics of language, there are interspersed texts showing that he is deliberately and consciously involved in the process of critique and problematization of colonialdoi:10.25138/8.1.a.3 fatcat:hov73cbcuveqth5iw77a3apbfq