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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. It is most likely that even in a modern age, one may still possess which of the following:
2. One's virtues most likely are not the same as whose?
3. What type of person does the author refer to as being moralistic?
4. Philosophers must be careful and take caution against what emotion?
5. What piece written by that composer is Nietzsche's favorite?
(a) Overture to the Meistersinger.
(b) The Magic Flute.
(c) Ode to Joy.
(d) Don Giovanni.
6. Morals are seen as a tyranny against what entity?
7. Socrates was known to mock which group of people?
(d) Royal court.
8. A person may eventually grow tired of what part of his opinion?
9. What tends to lead people to search for answers to the highest questions?
10. One who has suffered profoundly tends to maintain what characteristic?
11. Who puts himself into a dangerous situation when studying both ordinary and extraordinary people?
12. Another example of tyranny can be seen through personal experiences under what umbrella?
13. The differences between moral and immoral are determined by what?
(a) Levels of opinion.
(b) Degrees of morality.
(c) Shades of gray.
(d) The church.
14. What will take place when new friends arrive?
15. It is also crucial for different cultures to understand one another's:
Short Answer Questions
1. Many philosophers stop their careers, at least temporarily, in order to purse what kind of education?
2. If a woman attempts to prove something for the sake of womankind, the author states that she has corrupted what?
3. In Nietzsche's mind, whose music heralded the end of centuries-old European taste?
4. What is the emotion Nietzsche feels while waiting for his guest(s) to arrive?
5. What is a part of all types of society, despite their advancement or lack thereof?
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