1. What does Hegel explain in the introduction of The Phenomenology of Mind?
(a) Why he was the only one who could have written this work.
(b) Why the work is necessary to his times and to humanity.
(c) Where the work fits in the history of philosophy.
(d) Where the inspiration for the work came from.
2. What field does Hegel defend in the Preface and Introduction?
3. What is the purpose of Hegel's treatise?
(a) To disprove the need for religion.
(b) To dispel superstition.
(c) To prove the existence and thoughts of God.
(d) To cultivate the scientific mind.
4. What development does Hegel explain in "Perception, Thing and Deceptiveness"?
(a) The development of historical consciousness.
(b) The development of religious consciousness.
(c) The development of the natural consciousness.
(d) The development of the scientific consciousness.
5. What does consciousness rest on in Hegel's account?
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