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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 type of person does the author refer to as being moralistic?
(a) Student.
(b) Father.
(c) Pedant.
(d) Child.

2. Industrious cultures find it difficult to partake in what pastime?
(a) Thought.
(b) Leisure.
(c) Prayer.
(d) Sports.

3. Man was not used to accepting that there was _____ placed on him by himself, rather it was placed upon him by another.
(a) Holiness.
(b) Validity.
(c) Value.
(d) Pride.

4. Morals are seen as a tyranny against what entity?
(a) Nature.
(b) Man.
(c) Earth.
(d) God.

5. What body of water is mentioned in the poem?
(a) Brook.
(b) Stream.
(c) Ocean.
(d) River.

Short Answer Questions

1. What is the name of the theory that says men should overcome laughter?

2. Defining a philosopher is a difficult task. To do so, one must be able to show that he has:

3. One should be concerned about the dangerous aspects of a man who claims not to be which of the following?

4. What in man is developed late and most likely is never fully developed at all?

5. How does the author view the modern day approach to the science of morals?

Short Essay Questions

1. What are Nietzsche's views on experience and how certain types of experience cause one to seek answers?

2. What are the dangers in the potential development of a budding philosopher?

3. How does Nietzsche explain the master morality and the slave morality?

4. Nietzsche asks if there is a name for those who are no longer friends. What has changed about the friendships?

5. 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?

6. How do the virtues of the modern man compare to those of old?

7. What is the paradox in loving one's enemies as it is suggested in various religions?

8. What is the danger in the evolution of the democratic movement in Europe?

9. What is the danger in allowing oneself to indulge in "Fatherlandishness?"

10. What is the author's opinion on morality as it relates to nature?

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