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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. 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 transform the means of industrial production.
(c) Both kinds of creation return people to a state of primal existence.
(d) Both kinds of creation express the soul of a people.
2. 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.
3. 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 and coexisting ideas.
(d) They are opposites.
4. Where does universality have its reality according to Hegel?
(a) In the particular.
(b) In fate.
(c) In consciousness.
(d) In history.
5. According to Hegel's philosophy, what will lead people to the goal of Absolute self-conscious Spirit?
(a) Self-awareness in nations.
(b) Art and ritual.
(c) Orthodox religion.
(d) A combination of history and science.
6. What kind of artwork does Hegel discuss as the foundation of revealed religion?
(a) The hymn.
(b) The statue.
(c) The cathedral.
(d) The symphony.
7. What does Hegel contrast darkness to?
8. How does Hegel describe the Absolute?
(a) Hegel describes the Absolute as an ontological condition.
(b) Hegel describes the Absolute as the end of philosophy.
(c) Hegel describes the Absolute as the divine's commandments.
(d) Hegel describes the Absolute as the negation of all differences.
9. According to Hegel, what has Absolute Spirit developed into in the "beautiful soul"?
(a) The Absolute Spirit has become a part of nature.
(b) The Absolute Spirit has become a tool for discerning truth.
(c) The Absolute Spirit has disappeared as the beautiful soul manifests its own unique spirit.
(d) The Absolute Spirit has become a functioning state of consciousness.
10. What does Hegel call a kind of diffusing selfless Self?
(a) The world of plants and animals.
(b) The world of inanimate things.
(c) The absolute aspect of man.
(d) The natural world as a whole.
11. What does Spirit represent for the Mind according to Hegel?
(a) Unity with the Universal Mind.
(b) Historical consciousness.
(c) Unity with truth.
(d) Class consciousness.
12. What does Hegel prepare for his readers in the last chapter?
(a) A map of the terrain ahead.
(b) A theory of science.
(c) A theory of art.
(d) A history of 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 such.
(b) Mind as individuality.
(c) Mind as Universal Spirit.
(d) Mind as self-awareness.
14. Who else reached similar conclusions to Hegel's, about the nature of Absolute self-consciousness?
(a) Renaissance philosophers.
(b) Pragmatist philosophers.
(c) Eastern philosophers.
(d) Enlightenment philosophers.
15. What does Hegel relate conscious activity to?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the conscience create according to Hegel?
2. What does Hegel say has to be his starting point for consciousness?
3. What was Hegel's dread of death influenced by?
4. How does Hegel define the self at the higher level of consciousness?
5. How does Hegel describe the community he found himself living in?
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