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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Hegel describe the fulfillment of duty?
(a) Hegel says that the fulfillment of duty is the consequence of spiritual life.
(b) Hegel says that the fulfillment of duty is the origin of individuality
(c) Hegel says that the fulfillment of duty is Spirit manifested.
(d) Hegel says that the fulfillment of duty is morality enacted.
2. What does Hegel say self-consciousness can express as Absolute Spirit?
(a) The inner divinity of man.
(b) The perfection of man's will.
(c) The inevitable nature of self-consciousness.
(d) The divine nature of fate.
3. What in Hegel's view does individuality gain when it finds itself after being lost to the public order?
(c) Eternal life.
(d) Historical conciousness.
4. According to Hegel, what is science's relationship with philosophy?
(a) It influences the reality that can be known philosophically.
(b) It evolves together with philosophy.
(c) It makes philosophy possible.
(d) It is founded on philosophy.
5. What serves as a model for duties for individuals in Hegel's opinion?
(a) Duty to one's own education.
(b) Duty within the family.
(c) Duty to the community.
(d) Duty to the spirit.
6. What qualities exist in both "no property" and "property" according to Hegel?
(a) Universality and particularity.
(b) Reconciliation and conflict.
(c) Consciousness and the unconscious.
(d) Consciousness and dialogue.
7. What is Hegel's feeling about communism?
(a) He likes the prospect of everyone being provided for.
(b) He foresees problems with greed and workers' motivations.
(c) He dreads the inevitable bureaucratization.
(d) He warns against the prospect of militant radicals running the economy.
8. Under what condition does Spirit mean Mind in Hegel's philosophy?
(a) When the Spirit existst in any particular detail.
(b) When the Spirit is embodied in a will.
(c) When the Mind has achieved a higher and special level of functioning.
(d) When the Mind begins the struggle for self-awareness.
9. 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.
10. What does Hegel focus on when he talks about the abstract work of art?
(a) The hymn.
(b) The abstract painting.
(c) The cathedral.
(d) The sonata.
11. What does Hegel say is the highest moral function of an individual?
(a) To act correctly upon duty.
(b) To help other people fulfill their duty.
(c) To recognize the primal importance of duty.
(d) To understand one's duty.
12. What does Hegel call a kind of diffusing selfless Self?
(a) The natural world as a whole.
(b) The absolute aspect of man.
(c) The world of plants and animals.
(d) The world of inanimate things.
13. What does the conscience create according to Hegel?
(a) A rebirth and cultivation of Spirit.
(b) A manifestation of the Universal Mind.
(c) A concrete instance of the Mind.
(d) The sphere in which Mind can be perfected.
14. What does Hegel contrast darkness to?
15. According to Hegel, what is the element of self-consciousness closest to the Absolute?
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the father of science in Hegel's opinion?
2. How does Hegel look at ethics in the "Moral View of the World" chapter?
3. How does Hegel define the self at the higher level of consciousness?
4. What does Hegel relate conscious activity to?
5. How does Hegel describe the moral consciousness?
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