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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 is a part of all types of society, despite their advancement or lack thereof?
2. According to the author, the German soul was once considered to be:
3. It is most likely that even in a modern age, one may still possess which of the following:
4. Man's morality is different and therefore is likely to shine in what way?
(d) In different colors.
5. It is common for friendships to change if those friendships have been made when?
(a) Middle age.
(b) When dying.
(d) In college.
Short Answer Questions
1. Nietzsche condemns the woman who seeks to enlighten men and to become what?
2. Nietzsche believes that an entity was created simply to encourage man to return to the workday. What is that entity?
3. The author believes that the democratization of Europe is an involuntary arrangement for the cultivation of _________.
4. What piece written by that composer is Nietzsche's favorite?
5. _________ are becoming more similar to one another as they become more detached from the origins of race and class.
Short Essay Questions
1. 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?
2. The author comments upon tempo and how it can be improperly translated. What is the danger in it?
3. How do the modern day thoughts on morality relate to the modern day views on science of morals?
4. What are Nietzsche's views on experience and how certain types of experience cause one to seek answers?
5. Why must a psychologist take care when investigating various people?
6. Nietzsche is very vocal about his opinions of the church. What good does the author see in the organization?
7. What is the mood in the beginning of the poem? What is the author doing?
8. What are the dangers in the potential development of a budding philosopher?
9. What is the author's opinion on morality as it relates to nature?
10. How does a philosopher marry new and old ideas and relate them to the now?
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