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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. Some cultures attempt to mediate between which two groups?
(a) Slave and master.
(b) Educated and uneducated.
(c) Moral and immoral.
(d) Father and son.
2. What body of water is mentioned in the poem?
3. Nietzsche refers to the "new European" as being what?
4. Through a monstrous mix of races, the German people have become all but which one of the following?
5. Socrates was known to mock which group of people?
(a) Royal court.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the ancient philosophical and theological issues is addressed by Nietzsche?
2. Senses and ______ are two ways in which a philosopher experiences many things.
3. Morals are seen as a tyranny against what entity?
4. Which philosopher is referenced in this section in regard to creativity versus morality?
5. Man was not used to accepting that there was _____ placed on him by himself, rather it was placed upon him by another.
Short Essay Questions
1. How does a philosopher marry new and old ideas and relate them to the now?
2. What is the paradox in loving one's enemies as it is suggested in various religions?
3. How does Nietzsche view faith versus knowledge? To what philosopher does Nietzsche refer?
4. What happens once the friends arrive in the summer garden? How do they greet the author?
5. How does skepticism affect modern day Europe? What does the author think of skepticism in Germany?
6. Despite all other things, there are some virtues retained by man that cannot be disputed. What are they?
7. Why must a psychologist take care when investigating various people?
8. How do the virtues of the modern man compare to those of old?
9. Nietzsche asks if there is a name for those who are no longer friends. What has changed about the friendships?
10. Once again, Nietzsche makes reference to a language barrier. What is the author's opinion?
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