Less Is More: The Art of Voluntary Poverty: An Anthology of Ancient and... Quiz

Goldian VandenBroeck
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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

According to Epicurus, being too _______ has its downside, illustrating the idea that moderation is a lesson to be learned in life, according to the book. (from Chapter 7)

2.

Confucious says that the highest good is to hold fast to the ________, meaning one must live a life of moderation and contentment. (from Chapter 7)

3.

The three elements that Robert speaks of in his section can only be obtained through the ________ of unnecessary things, according to the book. (from Chapter 11)

4.

When the family is __________ in society and not connected to others, then it can be truly happy, according to the book. (from Chapter 6)

5.

Each cell in a _______ is built at an angle which provides the most strength but requires the least amount of materials to hold it up. (from Chapter 12)

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