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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. The spirit that creates artwork also creates what else according to Hegel?
(a) Industrial technology.
(b) Scientific instruments.
(c) Social change.
(d) The soul of a free country.
2. How does Hegel look at ethics in the "Moral View of the World" chapter?
(a) Hegel looks at ethics with respect to spirit.
(b) Hegel looks at ethics with respect to religion.
(c) Hegel looks at ethics with respect to culture.
(d) Hegel looks at ethics with respect to individuality.
3. According to Hegel, what has Absolute Spirit developed into in the "beautiful soul"?
(a) The Absolute Spirit has become a functioning state of consciousness.
(b) The Absolute Spirit has disappeared as the beautiful soul manifests its own unique spirit.
(c) The Absolute Spirit has become a tool for discerning truth.
(d) The Absolute Spirit has become a part of nature.
4. What is the father of science in Hegel's opinion?
5. What is Hegel's feeling about communism?
(a) He likes the prospect of everyone being provided for.
(b) He dreads the inevitable bureaucratization.
(c) He warns against the prospect of militant radicals running the economy.
(d) He foresees problems with greed and workers' motivations.
6. What does Hegel say self-consciousness can express as Absolute Spirit?
(a) The perfection of man's will.
(b) The divine nature of fate.
(c) The inevitable nature of self-consciousness.
(d) The inner divinity of man.
7. According to Hegel's philosophy, what will lead people to the goal of Absolute self-conscious Spirit?
(a) A combination of history and science.
(b) Orthodox religion.
(c) Self-awareness in nations.
(d) Art and ritual.
8. How does Hegel describe the Absolute?
(a) Hegel describes the Absolute as the negation of all differences.
(b) Hegel describes the Absolute as the divine's commandments.
(c) Hegel describes the Absolute as the end of philosophy.
(d) Hegel describes the Absolute as an ontological condition.
9. How does Hegel see self-division in an entity?
(a) Hegel sees self-division as the basis of self-fulfillment.
(b) Hegel sees self-division as an improvement over unity.
(c) Hegel sees self-division as a loss of unity.
(d) Hegel sees self-division as the enemy of self-fulfillment.
10. According to Hegel, what do people ultimately find as a result of Insight?
11. In Hegel's philosophy, in what way does the Spirit serve a two-fold function?
(a) It understands at the same time that it is beyond understanding, even to itself.
(b) It is acts at the same time that it reposes.
(c) It observes itself as object at the same time that it is subject.
(d) It contains both the universal and eternal and the particular and contingent.
12. Where does Hegel look for God in art?
(a) In the framework for art.
(b) In the social uses of art.
(c) In the underlying laws of art.
(d) In the mystical experience of art.
13. How is belief transformed into enlightenment according to Hegel?
(a) Everything is accepted as evidence of the divine.
(b) Everything is doubted and questioned.
(c) Everything is reaffirmed in its divine aspect.
(d) Everything is rejected as distraction from the divine.
14. How does Hegel describe the community he found himself living in?
(b) The ethical world.
(c) Historical consciousness.
(d) Eighteenth-century Germany.
15. What does Hegel relate conscious activity to?
Short Answer Questions
1. What in Hegel's view does individuality gain when it finds itself after being lost to the public order?
2. What does the conscience create according to Hegel?
3. According to Hegel, what does each action lead to?
4. Under what condition does Spirit mean Mind in Hegel's philosophy?
5. What happens when Spirit turns back on itself according to Hegel?
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