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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was Jung's experience of his condition?
(a) He had an out-of-body experience.
(b) He had hallucinatory experiences.
(c) He had a near-death experience.
(d) He transcended time and space.
2. What does Jung say scientists have to confront?
(a) The distortion of their ideas in the marketplace.
(b) The stigma of being evil.
(c) The excessive adulation of the masses.
(d) The misapplication of their theories.
3. What did Jung realize while he was recovering from his condition?
(a) That he was mortal.
(b) That his doctor was going to die.
(c) That his affairs were not in order, and he could not die.
(d) That the immortal part of him was not prepared for immortality.
4. What does the Kabala draw correlations between?
(a) Points in geography and historical events.
(b) Points in the sky and migration paths.
(c) Points in the Bible and qualities of temperament.
(d) Points on the body and essential qualities in the universe.
5. What does Jung say about Christ's life and Christianity?
(a) He says that the church is an illegitimate heir to Christ's teachings
(b) He says that Christianity has not proceeded from Christ's teachings.
(c) He says that the church has corrupted Christ's teachings.
(d) He says that Christianity has allowed too many other ideas to enter in, and Christ's teachings have been dliuted.
6. What warning does Jung give the reader in his discussion of life after death?
(a) He has no wish to raise false hopes.
(b) He only knows what he himself has seen.
(c) He knows what he knows from an unreliable source.
(d) He learned about life after death primarily from books.
7. How common is the belief in an afterlife, in Jung's estimation?
(a) It depends on the culture.
(b) Most people believe in an afterlife.
(c) The belief is more common in the West.
(d) Almost everyone believes in an afterlife.
8. What does Jung say about ghosts?
(a) They are convincing evidence of an afterlife.
(b) They are not evidence of an afterlife.
(c) They are projections of unconscious longings.
(d) They are evidence of the desire for immortality.
9. What did Jung experience in North America?
(a) A godless middle-class.
(b) Liberated women.
(c) Primitive culture.
(d) Industrial culture.
10. What is the "Krater"?
(a) A mythic monster.
(b) A mixing bowl.
(c) A spritual site.
(d) A geographical feature.
11. What did Jung see in one of his prominent visions when he was integrating his fantasies with his interest in alchemy?
(a) A mandala.
(b) A gold and green cross.
(c) Ancient symbols.
(d) A red stone.
12. How does Jung say moral judgments are made?
(a) He says they originate in the collective unconscious.
(b) He says they are usually true to the unconscious of the judge.
(c) He says they are often intuitively correct.
(d) He says they are often misjudgments.
13. How many additions did Jung make to his house?
14. What does Jung describe of the Buddhist perspective on the afterlife?
(a) They have pagan superstitions about an afterlife.
(b) They believe in purification through reincarnation.
(c) They believe in eternal reoccurence.
(d) They do not believe in an afterlife.
15. Whose company did Jung enjoy during his African travels?
(a) A native guide.
(b) A Japanese traveler.
(c) A European woman.
(d) A Muslim guide.
Short Answer Questions
1. When did Jung's friendship with Freud end?
2. How does Jung approach the question of an afterlife?
3. What does Jung say makes it impossible for him to answer the question of an afterlife?
4. What did Jung realize as a result of his experience of his condition?
5. What does the Kabalistic concept of Tiphareth correspond to?
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