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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did Jung find when his wife died, and his children were all grown up?
(a) That the desire that led him into a family did not require other things of him.
(b) That the restrictions he placed on himself were no longer necessary.
(c) That he felt no diminution from the losses.
(d) That he had not needed his family as much as he thought.
2. How did Jung describe his vision of his dead wife?
(a) As her spectral emanation.
(b) As a holographic portrait.
(c) As a stress-induced hallucination.
(d) As a living presence.
3. What does Jung describe of the Buddhist perspective on the afterlife?
(a) They believe in eternal reoccurence.
(b) They have pagan superstitions about an afterlife.
(c) They do not believe in an afterlife.
(d) They believe in purification through reincarnation.
4. How does Jung say colonization affected the African medicine men?
(a) It undermined their authority to perform certain rituals.
(b) It bolstered their position as the advocates of traditional religion.
(c) It impaired their ability to dream.
(d) It expanded their healing powers with new medicine.
5. How long had Jung and his wife been married when she died?
(a) Fifteen years.
(b) Twenty-nine years.
(c) Thirty-four years.
(d) Fifty-three years.
6. What holy book inspired a set of visions after Jung recovered from his condition?
(a) The Bible.
(b) The Kabala.
(c) The Apocrypha.
(d) The Koran.
7. Where did Jung build his house?
(a) The Krater.
8. How does Jung say science can evaluate the idea of life after death?
(a) He says that data from resuscitated people is reliable enough to paint a good picture.
(b) He says it will rely on developments in quantum physics.
(c) He says that experiments are being developed.
(d) He says there is no good way.
9. What warning does Jung give the reader in his discussion of life after death?
(a) He knows what he knows from an unreliable source.
(b) He has no wish to raise false hopes.
(c) He learned about life after death primarily from books.
(d) He only knows what he himself has seen.
10. What does Jung see in Hindu culture's ideas about an afterlife?
(a) They refuse to believe in the resurrection of the soul.
(b) They take reincarnation for granted.
(c) They believe in eternal reoccurence.
(d) They have superstitions about rebirth.
11. What has the science of alchemy produced?
(b) Inconsequential explosions.
(c) Useful results in other areas.
(d) Nothing useful.
12. What did Jung realize as a result of his experience of his condition?
(a) His eternal reoccurence.
(b) His uniqueness in the world.
(c) His fundamental human frailty.
(d) His physician's archetypal nature.
13. How did Jung say the primitive people of North America kept their culture alive?
(a) By perpetual innovation.
(b) By sacrificing captives.
(c) By repetition of tradition.
(d) By constant adaptation.
14. What did Jung realize while he was recovering from his condition?
(a) That he was mortal.
(b) That the immortal part of him was not prepared for immortality.
(c) That his affairs were not in order, and he could not die.
(d) That his doctor was going to die.
15. What additional quality did Jung notice about whites after spending time with the primitive people of North America?
(a) Their rationality.
(b) Their untrustworthiness.
(c) Their destructiveness.
(d) Their irrationality.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jung say makes it impossible for him to answer the question of an afterlife?
2. What does the Kabalistic concept of Malkuth correspond to?
3. What was Jung's relationship with his father like at the time when Jung was integrating his fantasies with his interest in alchemy?
4. How old were Jung's children when he built his house?
5. What does the Kabala draw correlations between?
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