Chapter I The Pachuco and Other Extremes
1. In Paz's opinion, when is a person most likely to see himself as precious and unique?
(a) In childhood.
(b) When he is in love.
(c) At the end of his life.
(d) During adolescence.
2. Paz says that during critical moments in a nation's development, the people ask themselves a critical question. What is that question?
(a) How do we want the future to look?
(b) How can we move forward?
(c) Who are we and how can we fulfill this obligation?
(d) Who should lead us?
3. How did Paz consider his philosophical questions?
(a) As an excuse for not facing reality.
(b) As the only means to find answers.
(c) As meaningful only if they addressed the question of Mexican identity.
(d) As a waste of time.
4. On which group of people were Paz's thoughts focused?
(a) Those who are conscious of themselves as Mexicans.
(b) Those who are seeking a better philosophy as Mexicans.
(c) Those who are focused on making Mexico a part of the world.
(d) The Mexican nation as a whole.
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