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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Some say there are two types of genius: one who strives to accomplish, achieve, and possess; the other is content with what?
(c) Giving birth.
2. The differences between moral and immoral are determined by what?
(a) The church.
(b) Levels of opinion.
(c) Shades of gray.
(d) Degrees of morality.
3. Another example of tyranny can be seen through personal experiences under what umbrella?
4. The man who practices moral revenge is most likely limited in what area?
5. Every man has been enhanced through what type of society?
6. What tends to lead people to search for answers to the highest questions?
7. What in man is developed late and most likely is never fully developed at all?
8. Nietzsche refers to the "new European" as being what?
9. In what location does the majority of the poem take place?
10. Nietzsche fears if a philosopher does this, he will likely lose:
(d) Sound judgment.
11. Nietzsche frequently blames misunderstandings upon the difference in the _____ of the language.
12. In the past men have often treated women like what kind of rare creature?
13. What does Nietzsche believe has been responsible for the education of the spirit?
14. Nietzsche fears that a psychologist may easily get caught up in investigating the lives of people to the degree that he may:
(a) Fly away.
15. One must be careful not to commit self-denial and self-____________.
Short Answer Questions
1. The author laments that the theories of his time have come to reach what point in their lives?
2. If a woman attempts to prove something for the sake of womankind, the author states that she has corrupted what?
3. Industrious cultures find it difficult to partake in what pastime?
4. Who is Nietzsche waiting for in the poem?
5. The author believes that the democratization of Europe is an involuntary arrangement for the cultivation of _________.
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