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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According the Hegel's philosophy, what is the one state where complete annihilation of difference occurs?
2. How does Idealist philosophy describe the world?
(a) As the manifestation of human divinity.
(b) As full of attributes of consciousness.
(c) As the result of divine work.
(d) As the externalization of animist rituals.
3. 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 morality enacted.
(c) Hegel says that the fulfillment of duty is the origin of individuality
(d) Hegel says that the fulfillment of duty is Spirit manifested.
4. What does Hegel say is the highest moral function of an individual?
(a) To understand one's duty.
(b) To help other people fulfill their duty.
(c) To recognize the primal importance of duty.
(d) To act correctly upon duty.
5. According to Hegel, what is science's relationship with philosophy?
(a) It makes philosophy possible.
(b) It is founded on philosophy.
(c) It influences the reality that can be known philosophically.
(d) It evolves together with philosophy.
6. According to Hegel, how can absolute freedom be expressed?
(a) Through negativity.
(b) Through self-fulling choices.
(c) Through an activity that proceeds from the self.
(d) It cannot be expressed.
7. In Hegel's philosophy, what is the relation between property and no property?
(a) They are mutually exclusive.
(b) They are complementary and interdependent.
(c) They are opposites.
(d) They are opposites and coexisting ideas.
8. Where does Hegel look for God in art?
(a) In the underlying laws of art.
(b) In the social uses of art.
(c) In the mystical experience of art.
(d) In the framework for art.
9. What does the "artificer" represent in Hegel's philosophy?
(a) The artificer represents the light of the Absolute shining into the consciousness.
(b) The artificer represents constant artistic self-reinvention.
(c) The artificer represents thought combined with action upon reality.
(d) The artificer represents the manifestation of Absolute Mind.
10. What is the center of moral life according to Hegel?
11. 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 philosopher discovers the Absolute.
(d) When the Absolute is established as a modus operandi.
12. What does Hegel describe as the theatre for ethical choices?
(a) The Mind.
(b) Daily life.
(d) The universe.
13. What does the belief in the Underworld transform into according to Hegel?
(a) A stimulus for observing life closely.
(b) A fear of death.
(c) A belief in Heaven.
(d) Scientific knowledge.
14. The spirit that creates artwork also creates what else according to Hegel?
(a) Scientific instruments.
(b) Social change.
(c) The soul of a free country.
(d) Industrial technology.
15. 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 gains individuality.
(b) The mind that is reprieved from fear of death loses absolute freedom.
(c) The mind that is reprieved from fear of death loses meaning.
(d) The mind that is reprieved from fear of death reconciles death with meaninglessness.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Hegel look at ethics in the "Moral View of the World" chapter?
2. What is the father of science in Hegel's opinion?
3. Which culture does Hegel credit with inspiring his insights?
4. Under what condition does Spirit mean Mind in Hegel's philosophy?
5. What is the "beautiful soul's" relationship with morality according to Hegel?
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