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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Hegel define the self at the higher level of consciousness?
(a) As "that which sees things in the true light of spirit.
(b) As "that which is perceiving what is."
(c) As "that which finds itself in everything.
(d) As "that which is always in exile.
2. How does Hegel describe the community he found himself living in?
(a) The ethical world.
(b) Eighteenth-century Germany.
(c) Historical consciousness.
3. What is Hegel searching for in his discussion of morality?
(a) An innately moral level of self-consciousness.
(b) An eternal morality.
(c) A morality that will emerge from 'moments'.
(d) A level of self-consciousness that provides the basis for morality.
4. Under what condition does Spirit mean Mind in Hegel's philosophy?
(a) When the Spirit existst in any particular detail.
(b) When the Spirit is embodied in a will.
(c) When the Mind has achieved a higher and special level of functioning.
(d) When the Mind begins the struggle for self-awareness.
5. 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 loses absolute freedom.
(b) The mind that is reprieved from fear of death reconciles death with meaninglessness.
(c) The mind that is reprieved from fear of death gains individuality.
(d) The mind that is reprieved from fear of death loses meaning.
6. According to Hegel, what has Absolute Spirit developed into in the "beautiful soul"?
(a) The Absolute Spirit has disappeared as the beautiful soul manifests its own unique spirit.
(b) The Absolute Spirit has become a part of nature.
(c) The Absolute Spirit has become a functioning state of consciousness.
(d) The Absolute Spirit has become a tool for discerning truth.
7. What emerges after self-estrangement fades according to Hegel?
(c) A new round of self-conflict.
8. What does Hegel relate conscious activity to?
9. 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 natural world as a whole.
(d) The absolute aspect of man.
10. In Hegel's opinion, what does the universal law of heart lead to?
11. According to Hegel, what is science's relationship with philosophy?
(a) It evolves together with philosophy.
(b) It makes philosophy possible.
(c) It influences the reality that can be known philosophically.
(d) It is founded on philosophy.
12. In Hegel's view, what does the spark of the Absolute represent?
(a) The medium in which light is carried.
(b) The emergence of the light of consciousness.
(c) The essence of light and darkness unified.
(d) The eternal nature of virtue.
13. What assumption does Hegel make about God?
(a) That he is present.
(b) That he is human and compassionate.
(c) That he is unreachable.
(d) That he is perfect and timeless.
14. What qualities exist in both "no property" and "property" according to Hegel?
(a) Reconciliation and conflict.
(b) Consciousness and the unconscious.
(c) Consciousness and dialogue.
(d) Universality and particularity.
15. In Hegel's philosophy, what is the self caught between in its early stage?
(a) The present and history.
(b) Individual and universal mind.
(c) Family and Civil Society.
(d) Nature and ethical knowledge.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does morality operate according to Hegel?
2. When does the complete spiritual being begin to function in the world according to Hegel?
3. What is the ultimate result of action according to Hegel?
4. What does Insight cause people to find according to Hegel?
5. What does Hegel describe as the theatre for ethical choices?
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