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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. What country is the philosopher's homeland?
(a) Canada.
(b) Israel.
(c) Germany.
(d) Russia.

2. What group of people does Nietzsche refer to as being a superstitious lot?
(a) Logicians.
(b) Physicians.
(c) Metaphysicists.
(d) Philosophers.

3. According to the text, which refutable theory has been challenged a hundred times?
(a) Free will.
(b) Chaos.
(c) Divine intervention.
(d) Fate.

4. Nietzsche believes that a woman's approach to life is considerably more:
(a) Primal.
(b) Peculiar.
(c) Advanced.
(d) Deep.

5. People will often take great pains to hide what is delicate and personal, even if it means which of the following:
(a) Rudeness.
(b) Being shunned.
(c) Insubordination.
(d) Isolation.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is the one thing that will never cease being awkward long enough for people to understand that there are no opposites, only subtleties of gradation?

2. Who will serve as the only judge to the tests we put ourselves through?

3. The philosopher is convinced that one must also destroy the Christians' preliminary teaching of:

4. This person, also according to the author, possessed a great deal of which of the following:

5. Nietzsche believes that things occur in accordance with the strength of what object?

Short Essay Questions

1. What is Nietzsche's opinion on the evolution of philosophical concepts?

2. What are the differences in philosophies in various regions and nations? How can it be difficult to relate to others?

3. What is Nietzsche's opinion on the existence of opposites?

4. Nietzsche gives an overview of several cultures and religions. What are his views?

5. Nietzsche talks about the communicative habits of "free spirits." Explain.

6. Why should physiologists think twice before discounting self-preservation?

7. What does the author reveal as being a part of one's personal confession?

8. Is there a difference between the moral and intellectual set of philosophies?

9. Nietzsche presents an argument on conscious versus instinct. What is the author's opinion?

10. Why are people often desperate to hide their deepest thoughts and emotions?

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