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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Part 2, what is the only religion that is present throughout history?
(a) Belief in philosophy.
(b) Belief in government.
(c) Belief in eternity.
(d) Belief in love.
2. The only salvation lies in what, according to Part 3?
3. As stated in Camus' introduction, "In an age of ideologies, we must examine our position in relation to" what?
4. According to Part 3, rebellion is compelled to become what?
5. For Camus in Part 2, what is the history of rebellion inseparable from?
(a) Greek mythology.
6. The ancient regime monarchy was founded on what?
(a) Honest government.
(c) Divine right.
(d) Slave rebellion.
7. What was one of the first groups of Russian revolutionaries?
(a) The Decemberists.
(b) The Greeks.
(c) The Nazis.
(d) The Rebels.
8. What concept does Nietzsche encounter?
9. According to Nietzsche in Part 2, freedom of the mind is not a comfort but a what?
10. According to Camus in Part 3, what happened to those who talked about the immortality of the soul?
11. According to Stirner in Part 2, what leads to the justification of crime?
12. According to Camus in Part 2, what is only useful for "adventures of the imagination"?
13. In Part 3, who does Camus say is one of the "most remarkable and influential minds of the 1830s and 40s"?
14. Who do the first mythologies describe as an "eternal martyr"?
15. According to Hezen in Part 3, "The annihilation of the past is the protection of" what?
(b) The future.
Short Answer Questions
1. In the Introduction, what does Camus say criminals use as an alibi?
2. According to the ancients referenced in Part 2, what counterbalances negation?
3. In Part 2, the maximum of enjoyment coincides with the maximum of what?
4. What does Part 3 focus on?
5. According to Camus in Part 2, when man submits God to what does he kill Him in his "own heart"?
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