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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How does Hegel see self-division in an entity?
(a) Hegel sees self-division as a loss of unity.
(b) Hegel sees self-division as the basis of self-fulfillment.
(c) Hegel sees self-division as the enemy of self-fulfillment.
(d) Hegel sees self-division as an improvement over unity.

2. What does Hegel call a kind of diffusing selfless Self?
(a) The world of inanimate things.
(b) The absolute aspect of man.
(c) The world of plants and animals.
(d) The natural world as a whole.

3. What was Hegel's dread of death influenced by?
(a) An ongoing war.
(b) Hegel's near-death experience.
(c) Hegel's accident on horseback.
(d) Hegel's father's death.

4. How does Hegel describe the divine in its initial stage?
(a) Limited.
(b) Theoretical.
(c) Internal.
(d) External.

5. In Hegel's opinion, what does the universal law of heart lead to?
(a) Nature.
(b) Virtue.
(c) Science.
(d) Knowledge.

6. According the Hegel's philosophy, what is the one state where complete annihilation of difference occurs?
(a) Loss.
(b) Death.
(c) Transcendentalism.
(d) Self-awareness.

7. How is belief transformed into enlightenment according to Hegel?
(a) Everything is reaffirmed in its divine aspect.
(b) Everything is doubted and questioned.
(c) Everything is rejected as distraction from the divine.
(d) Everything is accepted as evidence of the divine.

8. What does conceit cause according to Hegel?
(a) Individuality.
(b) Self-awareness.
(c) Impure motives and perversions.
(d) Bad faith.

9. In Hegel's philosophy, what is the self caught between in its early stage?
(a) The present and history.
(b) Nature and ethical knowledge.
(c) Individual and universal mind.
(d) Family and Civil Society.

10. What assumption does Hegel make about God?
(a) That he is present.
(b) That he is human and compassionate.
(c) That he is unreachable.
(d) That he is perfect and timeless.

11. Which religion comes first, in Hegel's philosophy?
(a) Human religion.
(b) Instinctual religion.
(c) Moral religion.
(d) Natural religion.

12. What does Hegel equate with Spirit?
(a) History.
(b) Mind.
(c) Reason.
(d) Consciousness.

13. Where does universality have its reality according to Hegel?
(a) In fate.
(b) In the particular.
(c) In consciousness.
(d) In history.

14. What work marks the progress through Hegel's text and meanings?
(a) Practice and repetition.
(b) Physical training.
(c) Study and memorization.
(d) Meditation and transcendence.

15. When does the complete spiritual being begin to function in the world according to Hegel?
(a) When the philosopher discovers the Absolute.
(b) When the soul begins its work within the self.
(c) When the soul completes its work in society.
(d) When the Absolute is established as a modus operandi.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Hegel say is the Divine?

2. What does the belief in the Underworld transform into according to Hegel?

3. What is the "beautiful soul's" relationship with morality according to Hegel?

4. What does Hegel relate conscious activity to?

5. How does Hegel define Enlightenment?

(see the answer keys)

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