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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The psychologist seeks to dive into what important entity?
(c) Gray matter.
2. Many people believe that everything is created through the existence of:
3. Just because something is true does not mean that it ceases to be _________.
4. The _______ way, which Nietzsche asserts was nobler, consisted in resisting what is self-evident.
5. Nietzsche believes that a woman's approach to life is considerably more:
6. Some people still believe in immediate certainties and ______.
(a) Promise of the future.
(b) Distant uncertainties.
(c) Immediate results.
(d) Absolute knowledge.
7. Nietzsche insists that a refutable theory is one that has not lost its:
8. The author states the belief that everything comes from which source?
(a) Outer space.
(b) Higher being.
(c) Internal will.
9. Value tends to be linked to what type of feelings?
10. Nietzsche says that it is not necessary to get rid of the soul, however one must allow for its:
11. Nietzsche believes that this created state is born out of:
(c) Mental illness.
12. People often cannot recognize philosophies of other:
(b) Political affiliations.
13. Nietzsche states that philosophies are often formed through various individual things. Which is not on the list mentioned in the text?
14. Man's view of himself may cause him to have to do what?
15. The authors believe that which group is not honest enough?
(c) Upper class.
Short Answer Questions
1. Nietzsche refers to what type of scientists in this section?
2. Nietzsche divides the main approaches to thought into two groups. What are they?
3. What group of people does Nietzsche refer to as being a superstitious lot?
4. The author states that while all philosophers love their truths, the new generation will not be seen as a group of:
5. What type of formula must one make in order to categorize human religion?
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