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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Which of the following does Nietzsche refer to as being without mercy or justice?
2. What group of people tends to be the least communicative?
(c) Free spirits.
3. What is the definition of soul atomism?
(a) The belief that the soul is made up of groups of atoms.
(b) The belief that the soul is nonexistent.
(c) The belief that the soul reincarnated.
(d) The belief that the soul is eternal and indestructible.
4. A person's responsibility extends into many areas except for which one?
5. When one desires an object the actual interest relates to:
(c) The journey.
(d) The object.
Short Answer Questions
1. Of the many types of passion held for God, who holds the most sincere faith?
2. Above all else, morality is meant to justify what?
3. What attempts to impose morality upon one's character?
4. Man's view of himself may cause him to have to do what?
5. Nietzsche states that philosophies are often formed through various individual things. Which is not on the list mentioned in the text?
Short Essay Questions
1. Is there a difference between the moral and intellectual set of philosophies?
2. Who does Nietzsche refer to regarding soul and conscience? What is the opinion on the topic?
3. What is the main thought on the pursuit of one's desires?
4. What are the differences in philosophies in various regions and nations? How can it be difficult to relate to others?
5. How is the French Revolution referenced? How does it tie in to philosophy?
6. Nietzsche gives an overview of several cultures and religions. What are his views?
7. What is the author's opinion on the language barrier?
8. How does the modern day concept of faith relate to Christianity?
9. What does the author reveal as being a part of one's personal confession?
10. Why should physiologists think twice before discounting self-preservation?
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