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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 the introduction, what is it always possible to do?
(a) To delegate murder.
(b) To act reasonably.
(c) To commit crime.
(d) To act illogically.
2. What problem does Nietzsche's philosophy revolve around?
3. According to Part 3, if everything is logical then everything is what?
4. According to Part 3, what are a majority of revolutions shaped by?
5. According to Part 3, monarchy wants to put what before justice?
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Saint-Just in Part 3, what is stronger than tyrants?
2. According to Part 3, nihilists believed in nothing but what?
3. According to Part 3, what are the two contemporary forms of nihilism?
4. According to Camus in Part 1, every rebellion invokes what?
5. According to Part 3, Saint-Just is a contemporary of whom?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Camus say in Part 3 is the purpose of his book?
2. How does the revolution Camus references have the same meaning as revolution as referenced in astronomy?
3. According to Camus in Part 3, how did the nihilism of the 1860s begin?
4. How does Camus describe the history of Russian terrorism in Part 3?
5. Why is rebellion forced to become revolutionary in the twentieth century?
6. What did Nietzsche believe was his "supreme vocation," according to Camus in Part 2?
7. How does Camus define a rebel in Part 1?
8. Why must morality be destroyed, according to Camus in Part 2?
9. What does every act of rebellion express, according to Camus in Part 3's Introduction?
10. Why is the metaphysical rebel a blasphemer, according to Camus in Part 2?
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