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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. How many years did Einstein spend in Berlin?
2. Who does Einstein consider unfortunate and almost disqualified for life?
(a) A person who is not inquisitive.
(b) Someone who regards himself as better than others.
(c) A person who is not educated.
(d) Someone who regards his and others' lives as meaningless.
3. Who did Einstein consider the greatest and noblest man of his times?
(a) H.A. Lorentz
(d) Konrad Lorenz
4. What is the silently accepted motto of people having no civil courage?
(a) "Leave it alone and don't speak of it."
(b) "What's the use?"
(c) "War in inevitable."
(d) "It will be worked out somehow."
5. On what basis did Einstein feel conscientious objectors must be protected?
(a) on an international basis.
(b) on a religious basis.
(c) on a legal basis.
(d) on a moral basis.
Short Answer Questions
1. Berliner wrote a textbook on which subject?
2. What did Einstein deem the most important thing in helping humanity forward?
3. How many men refusing to fight on conscientious grounds at the same moment did Einstein think would be irresistible?
4. What did Popper-Lynkaeus feel society was responsible for?
5. What, in Einstein's opinion, did the religious geniuses of all ages have in common?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was Einstein's opinion of political leaders and governments?
2. According to Einstein what was religion based on for primitive man and what did it develop into?
3. Describe Einstein's view of minorities; which one does he refer to at the end of Part II?
4. What was Einstein's opinion about conscientious objectors?
5. What did Einstein feel a country had to do in order to abolish war?
6. What were some of Einstein's opinions about George Bernard Shaw?
7. Why did Einstein feel H.A. Lorentz was the greatest and noblest man of his times?
8. List one of the things the member States of the League of Nations should be bound to?
9. According to Einstein what united European savants and artists as late as the seventeenth century?
10. What did Einstein think explained the symptoms of decadence and the severe struggle for existence to the detriment of the individual?
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