Chapter 1 "The World as I See It"
1. Who does Einstein consider unfortunate and almost disqualified for life?
(a) A person who is not inquisitive.
(b) Someone who regards his and others' lives as meaningless.
(c) A person who is not educated.
(d) Someone who regards himself as better than others.
2. What does Einstein remind himself a hundred times a day?
(a) that he is a scientist.
(b) that he is grateful to have escaped Nazi Germany.
(c) that he is blessed to have a wonderful wife.
(d) that his inner and outer life depends on the labors of others.
3. What does Einstein regard as contrary to justice and based on force?
(c) class differences.
4. What philosopher said: "a man can do as he will, but not will as he will" , a saying which inspired Einstein from his youth up?
5. How does Einstein view ease and happiness?
(a) not as ends in themselves.
(b) things to strive toward.
(c) things to be grateful for.
(d) the most important things in life.
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