Part I, Section I: Digest of the Analects, The New Learning, Sparta 776 B.C., Totalitarian, Zweck or the Aim
1. Who is the author of "Guide to Kulchur"?
(a) W. E. B. DuBois.
(b) T. S. Eliot.
(c) Ezra Pound.
(d) William Shakespeare.
2. How many essays are contained in Section I?
3. What length best describes the essays in Section I?
4. The first essay in Section I is called "______ of the Analects."
5. What philosopher is the subject of the first essay in Section I?
(d) Lao Tzu.
6. What essay is noted by the author to be dry, but that something worthwhile can come from reading it?
(a) "Digest of the Analects."
(b) "The New Learning Part One."
(d) "Sparta 776 B.C."
7. What is the first sort of idea addressed in "The New Learning Part One?"
(a) Ideas that exist and are discussed in a vacuum.
(b) Ideas that are meant to lead culture to evolve.
(c) Ideas that guide action and serve as rules of conduct.
(d) Ideas that do not actually exist.
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