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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter VIII: The Romance of Orthodoxy.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What people, in their interactions with women, does Chesterton call stupid?
(a) Those who abuse a woman's loyalty by constantly testing it.
(b) Those who think women's loyalty stems from blindness to a man's fault.
(c) Those who think women's loyalty is a fault.
(d) Those who take women for granted.
2. What does Chesterton label as the second problem of modern intellectualism?
(d) Fanciful thinking.
3. What is the evil of the pessimist? (Chesterton 2000, pg. 226)
(a) That "he does not love what he chastises."
(b) That "he will defend the indefensible."
(c) That "he chastises gods and men."
(d) That "he honestly angers honest men."
4. In Chesterton's example of a man's interaction with the tiger, what does evolution not tell the man?
(a) How to imitate the tiger.
(b) How to treat the tiger reasonably.
(c) How to be tender to the tiger.
(d) How to empathize with the tiger.
5. In moving through fairyland, what is the test of happiness, according to Chesterton?
Short Answer Questions
1. As the reader can infer from the beginning of Chapter Two, what is Hanwell?
2. How has western religion interacted with the idea of social organisms?
3. In Chapter III, The Suicide of Thought, what is the problem with modern philosophers?
4. What document does Chesterton refer to by the word "orthodoxy"?
5. In Chapter III, The Suicide of Thought, how does a test of happiness compare to a test of the will?
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