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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What do both contemplation and action contain?
(a) Prayer.
(b) Hope.
(c) Peace.
(d) Choice.

2. Choice is the theme, and what is 'choice' described as?
(a) The actions of man.
(b) Thought.
(c) A combination of thought and natural appetite or body.
(d) Natural appetite.

3. Whatever action any individual does to another has already been done to whom?
(a) The disciples.
(b) Angels.
(c) Saints.
(d) Jesus.

4. Aquinas discusses agents and ____________.
(a) Reagents.
(b) Actions.
(c) Reaction.
(d) Agents.

5. The intellect gives virtue and power to the soul, but is the intellect the soul in and of itself?
(a) Probably.
(b) No.
(c) Yes.
(d) Maybe.

Short Answer Questions

1. What description does Aquinas provide regarding whether the intellectual soul knows itself by its essence?

2. One will is immediate and the rest may be the same or the guidance of ___________ which governs the events.

3. Aquinas claims that _________________ observes, categorizes, and determines what would be harmful and what would be helpful to an entity, person, or organism.

4. In Chapter XVI: That the End of Everything is a Good, the end is viewed as what?

5. The Fourth Article is Whether We Can Understand Many Things at the Same Time. What does Aquinas say that the ability to distinguish two things involves?

Short Essay Questions

1. What does Aquinas say when he discusses how the soul while united to the body understands corporeal things beneath it?

2. What does Aquinas say about whether the intellectual soul knows itself by its essence?

3. What does Aquinas say in the Second Article, regarding whether the intellect is a purely passive power or not?

4. What does Aquinas say about agents and action?

5. What does Aquinas say about the difference between irascible and concupiscence?

6. What does Aquinas believe about the human mind?

7. What does Aquinas say about whether we can understand many things at the same time?

8. What is the purpose of an introduction to Saint Thomas Aquinas?

9. For Question 58, what is discussed in the First and Second Articles?

10. What comparisons are made regarding arguments that would seem to prove that God cannot be seen in His essence and their solution?

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