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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. Who, according to Camus in Part 2, committed the first act of rebellion?
(a) God.
(b) Satan.
(c) Abel.
(d) Cain.

2. In Part 2, who wanted to "eradicate God from man's mind"?
(a) Nietzsche.
(b) Camus.
(c) Sade.
(d) Stirner.

3. In Part 3, what is a "long and painful struggle in the darkness"?
(a) Religion.
(b) Love.
(c) Rebellion.
(d) Politics.

4. Who is a theoretician of Russian nihilism?
(a) Pisarev.
(b) Nietzsche.
(c) Saint-Just.
(d) Sade.

5. Nietzsche cannot separate what from lucidity?
(a) Metaphysical rebellion.
(b) Real morality.
(c) Moral conduct.
(d) Methodical doubt.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to Nietzsche in Part 2, freedom of the mind is not a comfort but a what?

2. What, according to the introduction of Part 3, is the "motivating principle of all revolutions"?

3. What is the only evidence given to Camus within the terms of the absurdist experience?

4. What becomes prophetic with Nietzsche in Part 2?

5. According to this Russian theoretician, who are the greatest fanatics?

Short Essay Questions

1. According to Camus in Part 4, what must man do in order to create beauty?

2. Why is rebellion forced to become revolutionary in the twentieth century?

3. What did Nietzsche believe was his "supreme vocation," according to Camus in Part 2?

4. According to Camus in Part 3, how does every form of contempt establish Fascism?

5. What does Camus say is the real condemnation of the period in which we live in Part 5?

6. Why is it important to Camus to know whether or not people have a right to murder, as outlined in the Introduction?

7. Why is freedom the "motivating principle of all revolutions," according to Camus in Part 3?

8. What does Camus say in Part 5 is the consequence of rebellion?

9. How does the revolution Camus references have the same meaning as revolution as referenced in astronomy?

10. According to Camus in Part 5, what is the positive value in the initial rebellion movement?

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