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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Book 3, Book 3 : Chapter 1, Book 3.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does the author of the introduction suggest was the reason for the success of "Emile" as a book?
(a) There was a renewed interest in child-rearing theories.
(b) It was controversial.
(c) It codified long-held beliefs.
(d) It brought child rearing up to date with modern philosophies.
2. What does Rousseau say Emile has been protected from in his education?
(a) Knowing his strength.
(b) Wanting what was beyond his grasp.
(c) Being satisfied with what he has.
(d) Knowing evil.
3. What does Rousseau urge people to avoid?
(a) Corruption and sin.
(b) Gossip and rumor.
4. Who should have the power in a family?
(b) The nanny.
(c) The child.
(d) The parents.
5. What does the field of epistemology concern itself with?
(a) How we know what we know.
(b) The realities behind the appearances we can see and measure.
(c) The study of correspondence.
(d) The ideal forms behind the reality we experience.
Short Answer Questions
1. From what does Rousseau want to protect children?
2. What does the adolescent's strength allow him to do?
3. What allows adolescents to reach a developmental peak in adolescence?
4. What does Rousseau say is new for adolescents?
5. What kind of mother does Rousseau address himself to?
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