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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Camus says in Part 5 that the blood of murder in ancient times produced what?
(a) Religious horror.
(b) Absolute reality.
(c) Artistic rebellion.
(d) Moral conduct.
2. What is historical revolution's demand, according to Part 3?
3. According to Camus in Part 3, Hitler's god was what?
(a) A nihilist.
(b) A non-believer.
(c) A religious figure.
(d) A political argument.
4. According to Camus in Part 3, men kill each other because they desire what?
5. In Part 3, all modern revolutions end in a reinforcement of the power of what?
(b) The People.
(c) The State.
(d) The Nation.
6. According to Part 3, revolution is condemned to renounce what?
7. In Part 3, Camus states Junger thought it was better to be criminal than what?
8. According to Camus in Part 3, Hilter was what in its "purest form"?
9. In Part 3, people who despair about everything can only be provided with faith by what?
10. According to Part 3, what does honor lay in?
11. The desire for what is another form of the desire to endure, according to Part 4?
12. According to Part 3, Russian Communism openly aspires to what?
(a) World empire.
(b) National rule.
13. According to Part 3, a revolution based on what kills God in His representative on Earth?
14. According to Camus in Part 3, what is one choosing when one chooses history?
15. In Part 5, nihilism rejects the idea of what?
(d) Any limit.
Short Answer Questions
1. The power to kill and degrade saves the soul from what in Part 3?
2. According to Part 3, prophecy functions on what type of basis?
3. According to revolutionary interpreters of Hegel, what will no longer exist in reconciled society?
4. In Part 5, Camus states that the extreme of nihilism is when blind and savage murder becomes what?
5. According to Camus in Part 5, the climax of every tragedy lies in the what of its heroes?
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