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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In the Introduction, what does Camus say criminals use as an alibi?
2. What problem does Nietzsche's philosophy revolve around?
3. In Part 3, what divides the sovereign?
4. In Part 3, who does Camus say is one of the "most remarkable and influential minds of the 1830s and 40s"?
5. According to Part 3, Hegel allowed mutual recognition of minds to be reached in what?
6. As stated in Camus' introduction, "In an age of ideologies, we must examine our position in relation to" what?
7. According to Part 1, remaining silent gives the appearance that one has no what?
8. According to Camus' introduction, what is rare?
(a) Perfect crime.
(d) Intense love.
9. According to Part 3, if everything is logical then everything is what?
10. Who, according to Camus in Part 2, committed the first act of rebellion?
11. What belief system accepts suicide as legitimate?
(a) Absolute nihilism.
12. Who, according to Part 3, pushed nihilism to the "farthest coherent point"?
13. According to Camus, we are living in an era of what and perfect crime?
14. According to Part 3, moral corruption is also what?
(a) Religious corruption.
(b) Political corruption.
(c) Emotional corruption.
(d) Philosophical corruption.
15. Nietzsche cannot separate what from lucidity?
(a) Metaphysical rebellion.
(b) Real morality.
(c) Methodical doubt.
(d) Moral conduct.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Part 2's introduction, the "movement by which man protests against his condition and against the whole of creation" is called what?
2. According to Camus' introduction, one purpose is to find out if what can avoid committing murder?
3. According to Part 3, nihilists believed in nothing but what?
4. At the end of Part 2, what does man add to irrational crimes?
5. What does Camus believe is as "universal as science"?
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