|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the ultimate result of action according to Hegel?
(a) Ethical behavior.
(b) Renewed conflict within the self.
(d) Reconciliation of the universal and the particular.
2. What happens when Spirit turns back on itself according to Hegel?
(a) It raises consciousness to a higher level.
(b) It unifies spirit and mind.
(c) It makes further progress.
(d) It reconciles history and the present.
3. What is it that makes philosophy necessary and valuable according to Hegel?
(a) The evolution of scientific knowledge.
(b) The possibility of consciousness.
(c) The nature of life itself.
(d) The requirement to do good work.
4. How does Hegel describe the community he found himself living in?
(a) Historical consciousness.
(b) Eighteenth-century Germany.
(d) The ethical world.
5. What does Hegel see in his ideal form of art?
(a) The Divine manifested in an individual craftsman.
(b) The hymn in a still, perfect form.
(c) The Absolute within self-consciousness as a subject.
(d) The Eternal bound within a moment's work.
6. In Hegel's philosophy, what is the relation between property and no property?
(a) They are opposites and coexisting ideas.
(b) They are complementary and interdependent.
(c) They are mutually exclusive.
(d) They are opposites.
7. According to Hegel, what is the element of self-consciousness closest to the Absolute?
8. How does Virtue manifest Reason in a society according to Hegel?
(a) Through works of art.
(b) Through work.
(c) Through public and private acts.
(d) Through public rituals.
9. How does Hegel see self-division in an entity?
(a) Hegel sees self-division as the enemy of self-fulfillment.
(b) Hegel sees self-division as an improvement over unity.
(c) Hegel sees self-division as the basis of self-fulfillment.
(d) Hegel sees self-division as a loss of unity.
10. How does Hegel describe the divine in its initial stage?
11. What qualities exist in both "no property" and "property" according to Hegel?
(a) Universality and particularity.
(b) Reconciliation and conflict.
(c) Consciousness and dialogue.
(d) Consciousness and the unconscious.
12. What happens to the mind that gains a reprieve from the fear of death according to Hegel?
(a) The mind that is reprieved from fear of death reconciles death with meaninglessness.
(b) The mind that is reprieved from fear of death loses absolute freedom.
(c) The mind that is reprieved from fear of death gains individuality.
(d) The mind that is reprieved from fear of death loses meaning.
13. What is the center of moral life according to Hegel?
14. When does the complete spiritual being begin to function in the world according to Hegel?
(a) When the soul completes its work in society.
(b) When the soul begins its work within the self.
(c) When the Absolute is established as a modus operandi.
(d) When the philosopher discovers the Absolute.
15. How does Hegel describe the Absolute?
(a) Hegel describes the Absolute as the negation of all differences.
(b) Hegel describes the Absolute as the end of philosophy.
(c) Hegel describes the Absolute as an ontological condition.
(d) Hegel describes the Absolute as the divine's commandments.
Short Answer Questions
1. How is belief transformed into enlightenment according to Hegel?
2. How does Hegel describe the moral consciousness?
3. What is the father of science in Hegel's opinion?
4. According to Hegel, what is the avenue through which reality and that which exists in consciousness can come into existence?
5. What assumption does Hegel make about God?
This section contains 614 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)