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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. What is the only form of freedom for Stirner?
(a) Egotism.
(b) Love.
(c) Power.
(d) Rebellion.

2. In Part 3, what divides the sovereign?
(a) Government.
(b) Lies.
(c) Factions.
(d) Religion.

3. According to Part 2's introduction, the "movement by which man protests against his condition and against the whole of creation" is called what?
(a) Revolution.
(b) Nihilism.
(c) Historical rebellion.
(d) Metaphysical rebellion.

4. According to Camus, we are living in an era of what and perfect crime?
(a) Passion.
(b) Philosophy.
(c) Logic.
(d) Premeditation.

5. According to Camus' introduction, one purpose is to find out if what can avoid committing murder?
(a) Love.
(b) Logic.
(c) Philosophy.
(d) Innocence.

Short Answer Questions

1. According to Part 3, Bakunin believed what is the incarnation of crime?

2. In Part 3, total revolution ends by demanding control of what?

3. In Part 3, Bakunin was the only one of his contemporaries to declare war on what?

4. What did Nietzsche practice instead of methodical doubt?

5. According to Part 3, what is the "only logical consequence of metaphysical rebellion"?

Short Essay Questions

1. According to Camus in Part Three, how did the nihilists give their successors a model?

2. In Part 5, how does Camus say absolute justice is achieved?

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

4. How does Camus define metaphysical rebellion in Part 2's Introduction?

5. According to Camus in Part 5, what is the only way a rebel has of reconciling himself with his act of murder?

6. In Part 5, what does Camus say irrational and rational crime equally betray?

7. What is methodical negation as practiced by Nietzsche?

8. Why did Marx believe beauty created by the Greeks was still considered beautiful?

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

10. What does Camus say is the reason why Hitler and his regime could not do away with their enemies?

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