Chapter 1, Separation Perfected
1. In thesis 1, life has become mere ________.
2. In thesis 3, the spectacle serves as a means of what in society?
3. The spectacle in thesis 4 is described as what?
(a) A political system.
(b) A monster.
(c) A foe.
(d) A social relationship.
4. In thesis 4, images _________ the spectacle.
5. In thesis 5, the spectacle should be viewed as what?
(a) A schnell.
(b) A wachenburg.
(c) A schneidel.
(d) A weltanschauung.
6. In thesis 9, Debord says truth is a moment of what?
7. What does the spectacle monopolize, according to thesis 12?
(a) Realm of fantasy.
(b) Political power.
(c) Economic power.
(d) Realm of appearance.
8. In thesis 13, the spectacle is essentially what?
9. In thesis 13, Debord compares the spectacle to what?
(a) The moon.
(b) The stars.
(c) The universe.
(d) The sun.
10. What is the chief product of present day society, according to Chapter 1?
(a) The government.
(c) The spectacle.
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