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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 does Rousseau suppose concerning men at the start of Chapter 4?
(a) They are fully developed.
(b) They know how to read.
(c) They are smart.
(d) They have the power to change things.
2. Who tells the human to do good for himself and as little evil as he can to others?
(b) The law.
3. What does not preserve liberty according to Rousseau?
(a) Alienating one's liberty.
(b) The king.
(c) His theory.
(d) The state.
4. What does Rousseau say about relating the different types of inequality?
(a) It cannot be achieved by a non-philosopher.
(b) Only Rousseau can do it.
(c) It is impossible.
(d) It is easy.
5. How many natural principles does Rousseau say exist before reason?
(a) 4 principles.
(b) 8 principles.
(c) 3 principles.
(d) 2 principles.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Rousseau lament in Chapter 3?
2. What does Rousseau want his countrymen to submit to?
3. Who does Rousseau say does not exhibit conditions to the same degree as modern man?
4. What type of government is Rousseau concerned about in Chapter 3?
5. What does Rousseau conclude social and political inequality is not?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Rousseau argue about humanity at the end of Chapter 3?
2. What is fraught with challenges according to Rousseau?
3. What does philosophy do?
4. What happens as family grows?
5. What natural enemies does man have, according to Rousseau?
6. What does Rousseau lament in Chapter 3?
7. What does natural inequality produce, according to Rousseau?
8. What does Rousseau begin by supposing in Chapter 4?
9. What happens as men acquire more?
10. What does Rousseau seek to uncover according to Chapter 3?
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