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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Part 3, destroying everything pledges oneself to build without what?
2. What was one of the first groups of Russian revolutionaries?
(a) The Nazis.
(b) The Decemberists.
(c) The Rebels.
(d) The Greeks.
3. Who wrote Society of the Friends of Crime?
4. According to Part 3, Hegel allowed mutual recognition of minds to be reached in what?
5. What, according to the introduction of Part 3, is the "motivating principle of all revolutions"?
6. In the introduction, rebellion is born of the spectacle of what?
7. What did Nietzsche practice instead of methodical doubt?
(a) Historical rebellion.
(b) Metaphysical rebellion.
(c) Methodical negation.
(d) Methodical crime.
8. According to Camus in Part 1, every rebellion invokes what?
(a) A value.
(b) An opinion.
(c) A murder.
(d) A feeling.
9. In Part 3, total revolution ends by demanding control of what?
(d) The world.
10. As stated in Camus' introduction, "In an age of ideologies, we must examine our position in relation to" what?
11. In Part 3, what divides the sovereign?
12. According to Camus' introduction, to what is to judge?
13. In Camus' introduction, what does he say "remains an exception"?
14. Who wrote The Possessed?
15. According to Part 3, nihilists believed in nothing but what?
(a) Self-interest and religion.
(b) Reason and reality.
(c) Reality and self-interest.
(d) Reason and self-interest.
Short Answer Questions
1. Human rebellion ends in what, according to Part 2's introduction?
2. According to Saint-Just in Part 3, what is stronger than tyrants?
3. In the introduction, if nothing is true or false or good or bad, man's guiding principle is to demonstrate that he is what?
4. In Part 3, what is a "long and painful struggle in the darkness"?
5. According to Part 3, rebellion is compelled to become what?
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