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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is it about art that reveals religion in Hegel's view?
(a) Human work.
(b) Sacred inspiration.
(c) Devoted craftsmanship.
(d) Balanced symmetries of form.
2. What is freedom at the level of absolute freedom and terror caused by according to Hegel?
(a) Freedom at this level is caused by the particular thingness of all things.
(b) Freedom at this level is caused by the unity of all things.
(c) Freedom at this level is caused by the inexorable nature of fate.
(d) Freedom at this level is caused by the absence of all distinctions.
3. What does Hegel equate with Spirit?
4. How does Hegel describe the fulfillment of duty?
(a) Hegel says that the fulfillment of duty is morality enacted.
(b) Hegel says that the fulfillment of duty is Spirit manifested.
(c) Hegel says that the fulfillment of duty is the origin of individuality
(d) Hegel says that the fulfillment of duty is the consequence of spiritual life.
5. According to Hegel, what does each action lead to?
(a) Unification of Spirit and Mind.
(b) The need to mediate with self-consciousness.
(c) The death of all other possible actions.
(d) A new occasion for self-awareness to be born.
6. What does Insight cause people to find according to Hegel?
(d) The universal mind.
7. What term does Hegel use to describe the interrelation of Spirit with events?
(b) Spirit of the Times.
8. According to Hegel, what is there in common between tool making and the work of art?
(a) Both kinds of creation turns the creator into a spiritual workman.
(b) Both kinds of creation express the soul of a people.
(c) Both kinds of creation transform the means of industrial production.
(d) Both kinds of creation return people to a state of primal existence.
9. In Hegel's philosophy, in what way does the Spirit serve a two-fold function?
(a) It contains both the universal and eternal and the particular and contingent.
(b) It is acts at the same time that it reposes.
(c) It understands at the same time that it is beyond understanding, even to itself.
(d) It observes itself as object at the same time that it is subject.
10. What does Hegel say is the Divine?
(a) The human.
(b) The world.
(c) The spirit.
(d) The self-consciousness.
11. In Hegel's philosophy, what is the self caught between in its early stage?
(a) Nature and ethical knowledge.
(b) Family and Civil Society.
(c) The present and history.
(d) Individual and universal mind.
12. How does Hegel describe the moral consciousness?
(a) Hegel describes the moral consciousness as a catch-all of intentions.
(b) Hegel describes the moral consciousness as an amalgam of inconsistencies.
(c) Hegel describes the moral consciousness as the seed for the spirit.
(d) Hegel describes the moral consciousness as the face of the spirit.
13. What in Hegel's view does individuality gain when it finds itself after being lost to the public order?
(a) Historical conciousness.
(b) Eternal life.
14. How does Hegel define ownership?
(a) Contractual relationship with mutual obligations.
(b) Total knowledge and possession.
(c) Close relationship with duties of protection.
(d) As being of objects only, never people.
15. According to Hegel, what is the avenue through which reality and that which exists in consciousness can come into existence?
Short Answer Questions
1. In Hegel's philosophy, what is the relation between property and no property?
2. What is Hegel searching for in his discussion of morality?
3. How does morality operate according to Hegel?
4. According to Hegel, what is the difficulty with self-consciousness manifesting morality?
5. What does Spirit represent for the Mind according to Hegel?
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