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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Part 3, what must an individual destroy to confirm his own existence?
2. According to Part 3, Bakunin believed what is the incarnation of crime?
(a) The Government.
(b) The Priests.
(c) The State.
(d) The Nazis.
3. By what concept is metaphysical rebellion motivated by?
(a) Absolute murder.
(b) Complete unity.
(c) Universal truth.
4. Nietzsche cannot separate what from lucidity?
(a) Moral conduct.
(b) Real morality.
(c) Metaphysical rebellion.
(d) Methodical doubt.
5. Who, according to Camus in Part 2, committed the first act of rebellion?
6. According to Camus' introduction, one purpose is to find out if what can avoid committing murder?
7. As stated in Camus' introduction, "In an age of ideologies, we must examine our position in relation to" what?
8. At the end of Part 2, what does man add to irrational crimes?
(a) Crimes of logic.
(b) Crimes of reason.
(c) Crimes of religion.
(d) Crimes of passion.
9. According to Part 3, destroying everything pledges oneself to build without what?
10. What is the only evidence given to Camus within the terms of the absurdist experience?
11. According to Part 3, what are the two contemporary forms of nihilism?
(a) Individual and state.
(b) State and national.
(c) Local and state.
(d) Individual and national.
12. What was one of the first groups of Russian revolutionaries?
(a) The Rebels.
(b) The Greeks.
(c) The Nazis.
(d) The Decemberists.
13. What is, according to Part 2, in itself a sign of decadence?
(b) Moral conduct.
14. According to Part 3, Saint-Just is a contemporary of whom?
15. According to Camus in Part 2, what is only useful for "adventures of the imagination"?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Part 3 focus on?
2. The ancients, according to Part 2, believed rebelling against nature was the same as rebelling against what?
3. Human rebellion ends in what, according to Part 2's introduction?
4. In the introduction, rebellion is born of the spectacle of what?
5. According to Camus, the rebel does what more than he denies?
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