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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Part 2, Camus explains Nietzsche recognized himself as the "most acute manifestation" of what?
(a) Atheism's beliefs.
(b) Christianity's values.
(c) Rebellion's reasoning.
(d) Nihilism's conscience.
2. In Part 3, the will of the people is the expression of what?
(a) Nihilistic rebellion.
(b) Moral conduct.
(d) Universal reason.
3. At the end of Part 2, what does man add to irrational crimes?
(a) Crimes of passion.
(b) Crimes of reason.
(c) Crimes of logic.
(d) Crimes of religion.
4. What has to be alive in order to say life is absurd, according to the introduction?
5. Human rebellion ends in what, according to Part 2's introduction?
(c) Historical rebellion.
(d) Metaphysical revolution.
6. According to Part 3, Bakunin believed what is the incarnation of crime?
(a) The Nazis.
(b) The Government.
(c) The State.
(d) The Priests.
7. In Part 3, what is a "long and painful struggle in the darkness"?
8. What is the guiding principle of this person's reasoning?
(c) Double rebellion.
9. What two forms of rebellion are being considered in the book?
(a) Murder and suicide.
(b) Power and pain.
(c) Metaphyiscal and historical.
(d) Love and hate.
10. What becomes prophetic with Nietzsche in Part 2?
11. What concept does Nietzsche encounter?
12. According to Part 3, Saint-Just is a contemporary of whom?
13. What does Camus believe is as "universal as science"?
14. According to Part 3, rebellion is compelled to become what?
15. According to Camus, the rebel does what more than he denies?
Short Answer Questions
1. In Part 3, who does Camus say is one of the "most remarkable and influential minds of the 1830s and 40s"?
2. According to Stirner in Part 2, what leads to the justification of crime?
3. According to Part 3, The Social Contract is an inquiry into the legitimacy of what?
4. According to Part 3, what is the "only logical consequence of metaphysical rebellion"?
5. What problem does Nietzsche's philosophy revolve around?
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