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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Hegel's opinion, what does the universal law of heart lead to?
2. In Hegel's philosophy, what is the relation between property and no property?
(a) They are complementary and interdependent.
(b) They are opposites.
(c) They are opposites and coexisting ideas.
(d) They are mutually exclusive.
3. According to Hegel, what is the relationship between spiritual life and the day-to-day world?
(a) They are mutually exclusive.
(b) They are separate but complementary.
(c) They take place together.
(d) They are interdependent but separate.
4. 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 meaning.
(b) The mind that is reprieved from fear of death loses absolute freedom.
(c) The mind that is reprieved from fear of death gains individuality.
(d) The mind that is reprieved from fear of death reconciles death with meaninglessness.
5. What is the "beautiful soul's" relationship with morality according to Hegel?
(a) Morality is the means by which the soul attains its beauty.
(b) Morality is one of the beautiful soul's tools.
(c) Morality is effectively built-in to the beautiful soul
(d) Morality is the beautiful soul's duty.
6. What happens when Spirit turns back on itself according to Hegel?
(a) It raises consciousness to a higher level.
(b) It makes further progress.
(c) It unifies spirit and mind.
(d) It reconciles history and the present.
7. 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 such.
(c) Mind as self-awareness.
(d) Mind as Universal Spirit.
8. According to Hegel, what is the element of self-consciousness closest to the Absolute?
9. What does Hegel include in the religion of art?
(a) National culture.
(c) Ancient Greek revelries of Bacchus.
10. Where does Hegel look for God in art?
(a) In the social uses of art.
(b) In the mystical experience of art.
(c) In the underlying laws of art.
(d) In the framework for art.
11. What does the "artificer" represent in Hegel's philosophy?
(a) The artificer represents thought combined with action upon reality.
(b) The artificer represents constant artistic self-reinvention.
(c) The artificer represents the light of the Absolute shining into the consciousness.
(d) The artificer represents the manifestation of Absolute Mind.
12. How does Hegel define Enlightenment?
(a) Insight directed against belief.
(b) Wisdom gained through experience.
(c) History embodied in an individual.
(d) Mind visited by reason.
13. What is the ultimate result of action according to Hegel?
(a) Ethical behavior.
(b) Renewed conflict within the self.
(c) Reconciliation of the universal and the particular.
14. Where does universality have its reality according to Hegel?
(a) In the particular.
(b) In history.
(c) In fate.
(d) In consciousness.
15. What is it that makes philosophy necessary and valuable according to Hegel?
(a) The possibility of consciousness.
(b) The evolution of scientific knowledge.
(c) The requirement to do good work.
(d) The nature of life itself.
Short Answer Questions
1. When does the complete spiritual being begin to function in the world according to Hegel?
2. What does Hegel call a kind of diffusing selfless Self?
3. What is Hegel searching for in his discussion of morality?
4. What is freedom at the level of absolute freedom and terror caused by according to Hegel?
5. In Hegel's philosophy, in what way does the Spirit serve a two-fold function?
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