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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. The philosopher is convinced that one must also destroy the Christians' preliminary teaching of:
(c) One God.
(d) Soul atomism.
2. One of the topics addressed in this section is Nietzsche's opinion on conscious versus:
3. The author states that while all philosophers love their truths, the new generation will not be seen as a group of:
(b) Religious fanatics.
4. Nietzsche believes there are attempts being made to divert attention away from what philosopher?
5. Nietzsche believes that man tends to view himself in what kind of light?
Short Answer Questions
1. The authors believe that which group is not honest enough?
2. The author states the belief that everything comes from which source?
3. Which of the following is not tied to religious neurosis:
4. Who will serve as the only judge to the tests we put ourselves through?
5. Nietzsche states that one must determine the value of:
Short Essay Questions
1. Who does Nietzsche refer to regarding soul and conscience? What is the opinion on the topic?
2. Nietzsche presents an argument on conscious versus instinct. What is the author's opinion?
3. What is Nietzsche's view on materialistic atomism? How is it viewed by the learned world?
4. What is the danger in the evolution of the democratic movement in Europe?
5. What is the difference between the average man's search for truth versus the search of the philosopher?
6. Despite all other things, there are some virtues retained by man that cannot be disputed. What are they?
7. What would a man's life be like if he does not possess the will to truth?
8. How do the modern day thoughts on morality relate to the modern day views on science of morals?
9. What is the mood in the beginning of the poem? What is the author doing?
10. What is Nietzsche's lament regarding the German soul?
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