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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Hegel describe notions?
(a) As anamnesis.
(b) As aspects of laws.
(c) As actual things.
(d) As contingent on subjectivity.
2. What are the elements in Hegel's account?
(a) The sun, moon and stars.
(b) Earth, fire, water, air.
(c) The fundamental emotions, anger, desire, pity.
(d) The conditions of archaic existence.
3. How does Hegel classify desires?
(a) Material existence.
(b) Demonic consciousness.
(c) Animal consciousness.
(d) The root of self-awareness.
4. How does Hegel describe the process of the World running its Course?
(a) Torturous and miserable.
(d) Sad and unpleasant.
5. What development does Hegel explain in "Perception, Thing and Deceptiveness"?
(a) The development of the natural consciousness.
(b) The development of the scientific consciousness.
(c) The development of religious consciousness.
(d) The development of historical consciousness.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Hegel, what is "honest activity" related to?
2. What are noumena according to Hegel?
3. How does Hegel describe the self?
4. How does Hegel define a law?
5. According to Hegel, what constitutes the Course of the World?
Short Essay Questions
1. How are notions and reality related according to Hegel's philosophy?
2. What does Hegel mean by saying that consciousness is relational?
3. Why does Hegel describe consciousness as unhappy?
4. How does Hegel define hedonism?
5. What is the difference between a person and an animal in Hegel's philosophy?
6. What obstacle is there, in Hegel's terminology, to an individual following the law of the heart?
7. What is the difference between "theoretical reason" and "practical reason" in Hegel's terminology?
8. How does Hegel define the relationship between the lord and the servant?
9. How does Hegel define determinateness?
10. What was the relationship between philosophy and science in Hegel's time?
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