|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What did the primitive people of North America get Jung to see about white people?
(a) Their faith in abstractions like money and God.
(b) Their predatory nature.
(c) Their violence.
(d) Their scientific minds.
2. What does this central symbol of alchemy contain?
(a) A recipe for gold.
(b) A set of signs and symbols.
(c) A warning against misusing alchemy.
(d) An unsolved riddle.
3. What does Jung say is at the heart of his house?
(a) The maternal hearth.
(b) The communal kitchen.
(c) The rational study.
(d) The masculine fireplace.
4. 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 had not needed his family as much as he thought.
(d) That he felt no diminution from the losses.
5. Where does Jung suspect that thoughts about life after death come from?
(a) His fantasies.
(b) His reading.
(c) His religious training.
(d) The collective unconscious.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Jung describe of the Buddhist perspective on the afterlife?
2. What does Jung say he believes about life after death?
3. What idea did Jung and Hegel both write about?
4. How many additions did Jung make to his house?
5. How does Jung say moral judgments are made?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was Jung's feeling about his wife's death?
2. Where did Jung travel to in order to research his philosophy of psychology?
3. Why did Jung find alchemy so interesting?
4. How does Jung couch his comments on an afterlife?
5. What influence did Jung say colonizers had on the colonized?
6. What two influences did Jung begin to see life in terms of after his wife's death?
7. What did Jung learn from his travels?
8. What was the significance of the tower on Jung's house?
9. How did Jung confront his father's thinking as he grew older?
10. What was the state of alchemy when Jung began to study it?
This section contains 743 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)