Chapter 1, A Discourse on the Moral Effects of the Arts and Sciences, Part I
1. What does Rousseau's "Chapter 1, A Discourse on the Moral Effects of the Arts and Sciences, Part I" discuss about the correlation between the restoration of the arts and sciences and morality?
(a) How morality and corruption affect one another.
(b) If morality is purified or corrupted by arts and science.
(c) If morality purifies science.
(d) If corruption negates artistic quality.
2. What is Rousseau's biggest worry when discussing the correlation between the restoration of the arts and sciences in?
(a) To not be objective.
(b) To be selective in his research.
(c) It is difficult to treat the subject properly.
(d) That he will not explain it.
3. Mankind's new period of reason is a transition from what age according to Rousseau?
(a) Europe's fall of empire.
(b) Rome's fall of empire.
(c) America's industrialism.
(d) Europe's barbarism.
4. What does Rousseau write was required in order to reach a new period of reason?
(a) A period of art.
(b) A revolution.
(c) The ability to forgive.
(d) A new period of desire.
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