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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Hegel say has to be his starting point for consciousness?
(a) Hegel says that he has to begin from a spiritual view of the world.
(b) Hegel says that consciousness begins with self-awareness.
(c) Hegel says that he has to begin from a moral view of the world.
(d) Hegel says that consciousness begins with self-conflict.
2. What serves as a model for duties for individuals in Hegel's opinion?
(a) Duty to the community.
(b) Duty to the spirit.
(c) Duty within the family.
(d) Duty to one's own education.
3. What happens when Spirit turns back on itself according to Hegel?
(a) It reconciles history and the present.
(b) It unifies spirit and mind.
(c) It makes further progress.
(d) It raises consciousness to a higher level.
4. How does Hegel define Enlightenment?
(a) History embodied in an individual.
(b) Insight directed against belief.
(c) Wisdom gained through experience.
(d) Mind visited by reason.
5. Whose work did Hegel write in the shadow of?
6. What in Hegel's view does individuality gain when it finds itself after being lost to the public order?
(a) Eternal life.
(c) Historical conciousness.
7. What does Hegel say is the Divine?
(a) The human.
(b) The spirit.
(c) The self-consciousness.
(d) The world.
8. What qualities exist in both "no property" and "property" according to Hegel?
(a) Consciousness and the unconscious.
(b) Reconciliation and conflict.
(c) Consciousness and dialogue.
(d) Universality and particularity.
9. What does Hegel focus on when he talks about the abstract work of art?
(a) The sonata.
(b) The hymn.
(c) The abstract painting.
(d) The cathedral.
10. What does Spirit represent for the Mind according to Hegel?
(a) Unity with truth.
(b) Unity with the Universal Mind.
(c) Class consciousness.
(d) Historical consciousness.
11. How does Hegel describe each action?
(a) As self-contradictory.
(b) As divisive.
(c) As an internal struggle.
(d) As unifying.
12. How does Hegel describe the community he found himself living in?
(a) Eighteenth-century Germany.
(c) The ethical world.
(d) Historical consciousness.
13. In Hegel's philosophy, which aspect of mind can operate in ways that do not touch daily life in a cause-effect manner?
(a) Mind as individuality.
(b) Mind as Universal Spirit.
(c) Mind as self-awareness.
(d) Mind as such.
14. 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 enemy of self-fulfillment.
(c) Hegel sees self-division as an improvement over unity.
(d) Hegel sees self-division as the basis of self-fulfillment.
15. According to Hegel, what is the relationship between spiritual life and the day-to-day world?
(a) They are separate but complementary.
(b) They take place together.
(c) They are interdependent but separate.
(d) They are mutually exclusive.
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of artwork does Hegel discuss as the foundation of revealed religion?
2. What does Hegel see in his ideal form of art?
3. Why does Hegel say that "property" is superior to "no property"?
4. How does Hegel describe the Absolute?
5. According to Hegel, what does each action lead to?
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