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Orlando Patterson
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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 kind of freedom is this, on a national level?
(a) Civic.
(b) Personal.
(c) Sovereignal.
(d) Community.

2. In the days of ancient Carthage, the slave develops what kind of value?
(a) Social.
(b) Human.
(c) Economic.
(d) Equal.

3. The concern with personal freedom basically results from whom?
(a) Female landowners of the period.
(b) Male slaves of the period.
(c) Male landowners of the period.
(d) Female slaves of the period.

4. Did freedom as an idea develop into a value everywhere?
(a) Mostly.
(b) No.
(c) Yes.
(d) Somewhat.

5. What kind of revolution is the fourth revolution, marked by the formation of social and moral sciences based on rationality?
(a) A social and philosophical revolution.
(b) An economic revolution.
(c) A freedom revolution.
(d) A political revolution.

Short Answer Questions

1. Which of Aeschylus' plays does he cite?

2. Why must one be aware of and concerned with the thoughts and opinions of the intellectuals?

3. What dictates mortal life?

4. What is also a factor contributing to the social conflict of this time?

5. Who writes the dramas?

Short Essay Questions

1. Eventually the differing views of freedom lead to social conflict and upheaval. What causes this?

2. During the war in the sixth century B.C., Greek cities are occupied by the Persians. What does this do to the Greeks?

3. This chapter examines the role of Greece in the historical development of freedom as a social value. What are the four designated periods of interest?

4. What are Patterson's three components of freedom?

5. What is a second revolution?

6. Describe the Oedipus trilogy of Sophocles in relation to freedom.

7. The contemporaneous development of slavery and the concept of freedom characterize ancient Athens and Greece. How does Patterson again use Greek drama to support this point?

8. What is a third revolution?

9. How does Patterson view the development of freedom as a social value?

10. Why are foreign slaves brought into the country?

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