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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Book 2: Appendix 1.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the Dharma-body?
(a) Truth, joy and enlightenment.
(b) Body, mind and spirit.
(c) Truth, mind, and nature.
(d) Freedom from suffering, enlightenment and transcendence.
2. In what way does the second essay differ from the first?
(a) The second was originally a journal entry, and the author didn't intend to publish it.
(b) The second was written before the author's experimentation with drugs.
(c) The second essay has a darker, more sinister tone than the first.
(d) The second doesn't recount any specific experience.
3. How do utilitarians feel about art?
(a) It is useful only when it is appreciated by most of society.
(b) It doesn't have much value.
(c) It is a necessary diversion for humanity.
(d) It is only worthwhile if it is beautiful and functional, as in the case of fine architecture.
4. To what researcher does the author refer when commenting on the first technique in Appendix 1?
5. According to the author, why do religious devotees participate in practices to atone for their sins?
(a) To achieve a natural high, created by feelings of religious exultation.
(b) To prepare themselves for judgment after death.
(c) To achieve a better understanding of themselves and the teachings of their religion.
(d) To get a reprieve from feelings of guilt or inadequacy.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the author feel about the passage of time during the experiment?
2. The substance produced by the breakdown of adrenaline mimics the effect of what psychological disorder?
3. What affects one's ability to have visionary experiences, according to the author, if one is using the first method mentioned in Appendix 1?
4. What is the name of the plant in which the substance being tested is found?
5. What researcher performed experiments with touching parts of the brain with a fine electrode?
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