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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. In the days of ancient Carthage, the slave develops what kind of value?
2. Who are many of the proponents of these schools of thought?
(a) The upper class.
(b) The aristocracy.
(c) Slaves or former slaves.
(d) The middle class.
3. When has someone achieved inner freedom?
(a) When an individual prays to his or her gods.
(b) When an individual becomes educated in freedom.
(c) When an individual dies.
(d) When an individual is an independent thinker.
4. In this type of freedom, an individual can do what he wants without the constraint of what?
(a) Having to pay for it.
(b) His own wishes.
(c) The wishes of others.
(d) Any choice.
5. In order to foster productivity, there is also an accompanying increase in what, since this is the only way the society can attain the output it needs to survive?
Short Answer Questions
1. What delineates the fifth revolution of this period?
2. With _____________ freedom, the individual is not dominated by another human.
3. The concern with personal freedom basically results from whom?
4. Which of Aeschylus' plays does he cite?
5. On what is the nineteenth century Imbangala people of Africa's society based?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Patterson, again, use Greek drama to examine the role of women?
2. Athens experiences three results from the transition to a slave economy. What are these three results?
3. What role does slavery play in this conflict?
4. What does this chapter describe?
5. What is the importance of the significance on the development of freedom as a social value?
6. Explain one of the schools of thought.
7. What does the effect of the Peloponnesian War on Athens and Greece affect slavery?
8. What are the schools of thought among Hellenistic thinkers?
9. Describe the Imbangala people of Africa, regarding slavery.
10. What is the role of slaves in this society?
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