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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. In Nietzsche's mind, whose music heralded the end of centuries-old European taste?
2. How does the author view the modern day approach to the science of morals?
3. One's virtues most likely are not the same as whose?
4. The man who practices moral revenge is most likely limited in what area?
5. The man who has suffered profoundly also believes that through suffering, one is able to gain ______.
Short Answer Questions
1. Nietzsche points to the various German factions, including the Christian romantic movement and others including which of the following?
2. What does Nietzsche believe has been responsible for the education of the spirit?
3. The author laments that the theories of his time have come to reach what point in their lives?
4. The new age throughout Europe has spawned a new strain of which school of thought?
5. It is also crucial for different cultures to understand one another's:
Short Essay Questions
1. What are the dangers in the potential development of a budding philosopher?
2. Why is leisure an issue for some cultures? How has leisure been forced upon society?
3. What is the danger in allowing oneself to indulge in "Fatherlandishness?"
4. How does Nietzsche view faith versus knowledge? To what philosopher does Nietzsche refer?
5. What is the danger in the evolution of the democratic movement in Europe?
6. How do the virtues of the modern man compare to those of old?
7. Once again, Nietzsche makes reference to a language barrier. What is the author's opinion?
8. What is the paradox in loving one's enemies as it is suggested in various religions?
9. How do spiritualism and cruelty combine in the modern man?
10. The book's translator shares a story about the first known copy of "Aftersong." Where was it? How was it different than the later versions?
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