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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 does the author say are the spheres proper to thought?
(b) All of these.
2. What concept does the author of the letter introduce at the beginning of this section?
(a) The concept of moral accountability.
(b) The concept of Either/Or.
(c) The concept of bilocation.
(d) The concept of relativity.
3. What does the author write is on the other side of the aesthetic?
(a) The romantic.
(b) The hateful.
(c) The indifferent.
(d) The joyous.
4. What does the author claim he is not?
(a) A husband.
(b) A surgeon.
(c) A father.
(d) A logician.
5. What does the author claim he has never passed himself off as?
(a) A cobbler.
(b) A poet.
(c) A cabinet maker.
(d) A philosopher.
Short Answer Questions
1. The author claims there is the deepest relationship between what two things?
2. What does the author say concerns the young man?
3. What does the author say an aesthetic representation requires?
4. What is a moment that is more significant than everything else in the entire world according to the author?
5. What "humble view" does the author say he presents to the young man?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the author dislike about philosophy?
2. What is the author's definition of the ethical?
3. What advice does the author give the young man about despair?
4. What is the relationship between the ethical and the aesthetic?
5. Are any Either/Or choices absolute? Explain.
6. What risk does the author say one runs when one despairs about something in particular?
7. What "gift of grace" does the author say he would add to those listed in the bible?
8. How does the author describe his depression?
9. What does the author write about "the Moment"?
10. What does the author say is more important than choosing the right thing?
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