1. What does Freud say people wrongly think they want?
(a) Control over the people around them.
(b) Inner peace and spiritual development.
(c) Healthy adjustment to their environment.
(d) Power and success.
2. What does Freud say people undervalue?
(a) The truly valuable things in life.
(b) The desire to revenge childhood wrongs.
(c) The value of power and success.
(d) The need for a spiritual life.
3. What does Freud say a psychologist is in danger of forgetting?
(a) The history of racism.
(b) The variety of mankind.
(c) The power of sexism.
(d) The techniques for avoiding confrontation.
4. Freud says that he sent a friend a copy of his book—how does Freud’s book characterize religion?
(a) As a scam.
(b) As an ilusion.
(c) As an opiate.
(d) As a source of life.
5. What does Freud’s friend say he wishes Freud appreciated more fully?
(a) The reality of myths and gods.
(b) The source of religious sentiments.
(c) Man’s ability to invent his gods.
(d) The danger of disbelief.
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