1. What or whom does Michael Grant, the author of the introduction, introduce?
(a) Roman philosophy.
(b) Greek philosophy.
(c) Marcus Tullius Cicero.
2. According to the introduction, what was Cicero considered to be?
(a) A radical.
(b) A saint.
(c) An individualist who believed in human rights.
(d) A philospher.
3. According to Grant, what did Cicero believe every human had to make them equal?
(a) A spark of divinity.
(b) A common bond.
(c) A common ancestry.
4. What did Cicero believe applied to every human, according to Grant?
(a) The ration to love others.
(b) The natural law.
(c) Ability to forgive.
(d) The golden rule.
5. According to the introduction, what is Cicero NOT?
6. What did Cicero believe was the most divine thing in humans?
7. What did Cicero believe humans cannot find peace without?
(a) Thoughts and rations.
(b) Falling in love.
(c) Serving mankind.
(d) Fighting for your thoughts.
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