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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 13, The Sickness Unto Death.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Kierkegaard think Fear and Trembling represents?
(a) The word of Christ.
(b) His entire life.
(c) Regina's past.
(d) His childhood.
2. What does the meditation in Fear and Trembling illustrate?
(a) Kierkegaard's love for mistery.
(b) Kierkegaard's regrets.
(c) Kierkegaard's happiness.
(d) Kierkegaard's love for Regina.
3. What does Kierkegaard claim concerning man and the self in The Sickness Unto Death?
(a) Man and Christ are the self.
(b) Man and the self are insignificant.
(c) The self is Christ.
(d) Man is not yet a self.
4. What does Kierkegaard think Fear and Trembling will do to the reader?
(a) Terrify him.
(b) Make him think.
(c) Amuse him.
(d) Make him convert.
5. What does Robert Bretall in Chapter 13 argue The Sickness Unto Death tries to understand?
(a) The role of the church in the state.
(b) The corruption within each man.
(c) The love of Christ.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the name of the best known section of Stages on Life's Way?
2. Who does The Sickness Unto Death argue the person is?
3. Who does Kierkegaard write his pseudonymous work for according to Fear and Trembling?
4. What is Kierkegaard aware of concerning Fear and Trembling?
5. Who does Kierkegaard think is the most likely person to understand the ideas in Fear and Trembling?
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