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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In Part 3, the will of the people is the expression of what?
(b) Nihilistic rebellion.
(c) Universal reason.
(d) Moral conduct.
2. By what concept is metaphysical rebellion motivated by?
(a) Universal truth.
(b) Complete unity.
(c) Absolute murder.
3. According to Part 3, rebellion is compelled to become what?
4. According to Part 3, what is the "only logical consequence of metaphysical rebellion"?
5. What did Nietzsche practice instead of methodical doubt?
(a) Methodical negation.
(b) Methodical crime.
(c) Metaphysical rebellion.
(d) Historical rebellion.
Short Answer Questions
1. For Camus in Part 2, what is the history of rebellion inseparable from?
2. According to Part 3, Saint-Just is a contemporary of whom?
3. Who, according to Part 3, pushed nihilism to the "farthest coherent point"?
4. Who is a theoretician of Russian nihilism?
5. What does Part 3 focus on?
Short Essay Questions
1. According to Camus in Part 4, what is artistic creation?
2. According to Camus in Part 5, what is the positive value in the initial rebellion movement?
3. What is the purpose of Camus' essay as outlined in the Introduction?
4. According to Camus in Part 5, what is the only way a rebel has of reconciling himself with his act of murder?
5. Why is the metaphysical rebel a blasphemer, according to Camus in Part 2?
6. According to Camus in Part 5, every rebel does what?
7. According to Camus in Part 3, why do men kill each other?
8. How does Camus describe monarchy in a theocratic form in Part 3?
9. Why did Marx believe beauty created by the Greeks was still considered beautiful?
10. Why does Camus think Nietzsche attacked Christianity?
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