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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Whose company did Jung enjoy during his African travels?
(a) A native guide.
(b) A European woman.
(c) A Japanese traveler.
(d) A Muslim guide.
2. What does Jung ultimately say about the question of an afterlife?
(a) He says it will never be answered.
(b) He says it does not interest him.
(c) He says it is just an aspect of human life; mysterious.
(d) He says that it will always torment him.
3. 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 misjudgments.
(d) He says they are often intuitively correct.
4. What does Jung say makes it impossible for him to answer the question of an afterlife?
(a) He is biased by his experience of paranormal activities.
(b) All his experience is from being alive.
(c) He does not know people who have returned from death.
(d) He cannot always trust his senses.
5. When was Jung recovering from the death of his wife; a time during which he added on a tower to his house?
6. Where does Jung suspect that thoughts about life after death come from?
(a) His reading.
(b) The collective unconscious.
(c) His religious training.
(d) His fantasies.
7. When Jung discusses the towers he added to his house, what is he careful to say they are not?
(a) Solitary places.
(b) Open spaces for the family.
(c) Places for family members to be punished or banished.
(d) Communal spaces.
8. What has the science of alchemy produced?
(b) Useful results in other areas.
(c) Nothing useful.
(d) Inconsequential explosions.
9. What does Jung say about the Devil?
(a) He attributes creation to a war between gods and devils.
(b) He says that the Devil is real and he has seen him.
(c) He says that the Devil is as much a fiction as God.
(d) He describes the notion that the Devil made the world.
10. How old were Jung's children when he built his house?
(a) Still young.
(b) In grade school.
(c) Entering adulthood.
(d) Mostly infants.
11. How did Jung say the primitive people of North America kept their culture alive?
(a) By sacrificing captives.
(b) By constant adaptation.
(c) By repetition of tradition.
(d) By perpetual innovation.
12. What does the Kabalistic concept of Tiphareth correspond to?
(a) All ten sephiroth.
(b) The realm of beauty and love; the heart.
(c) The union of opposite qualities.
(d) The earth; the feet.
13. What state was Jung's father in when Jung was integrating his fantasies with his interest in alchemy?
(b) Healthy old age.
14. How long had Jung and his wife been married when she died?
(a) Fifty-three years.
(b) Thirty-four years.
(c) Twenty-nine years.
(d) Fifteen years.
15. How did Jung describe his vision of his dead wife?
(a) As a living presence.
(b) As her spectral emanation.
(c) As a holographic portrait.
(d) As a stress-induced hallucination.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many additions did Jung make to his house?
2. What does Jung see in Hindu culture's ideas about an afterlife?
3. How at home was Jung in North Africa?
4. What is the "Krater"?
5. Where does Jung say giants come from?
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