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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Camus in Part 3, men kill each other because they desire what?
2. According to revolutionary interpreters of Hegel, what will no longer exist in reconciled society?
3. Camus says in Part 3 that every revolutionary ends by becoming one of what two things?
(a) Politician or writer.
(b) Leader or follower.
(c) Oppressor or heretic.
(d) Murderer or saint.
4. If rebellion is cut off from its origins, what does is oscillate between according to Camus in Part 5?
(a) Crime and punishment.
(b) Right and wrong.
(c) Sacrifice and murder.
(d) Suicide and murder.
5. According to Camus in Part 3, what did Germany submit to when deprived of Goethe's morality?
(a) Religion of the gang.
(b) Politics of the rebels.
(c) Ethics of the gang.
(d) Money from the gang.
6. In Part 5, murder is what or it is nothing?
(b) A weak excuse.
(c) A desperate exception.
7. According to Part 3, revolution is condemned to renounce what?
8. According to Camus in Part 3, what is one of the limits of man's existence?
9. According to Part 4, what is the most ambitious of the arts?
10. What does Camus think the methods of thought that claim to lead the world into revolution have become in Part 3?
(a) Ideologies of hatred.
(b) Ideologies of consent.
(c) Ideologies of rebellion.
(d) Ideologies of politics.
11. In Part 3, men of action only believe in action when they are without what?
12. What does Camus say people must stake everything on in Part 3?
(a) The book.
(b) The religion.
(c) The history.
(d) The renaissance.
13. In Part 3, Camus says revolution is an attempt to conquer what?
(a) A new religion.
(b) A new existence.
14. What is "more useful than Shakespeare" to Pisarev, according to Part 4?
(a) A hat.
(b) A pair of pants.
(c) A pair of shoes.
(d) A shirt.
15. Fascism is an act of what in Part 3?
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Camus in Part 4, the world of Proust is nothing but what?
2. In what writing does Camus think the "real greatness of Proust lies"?
3. In Part 4, Rousseau denounced a corruption of what in art by society?
4. Camus states in Part 5 that there is nothing in common between what two people?
5. According to Part 4, art realizes the reconciliation of the what with the universal?
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