The Ethics of Ambiguity; Quiz

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Questions 1-5 of 25:

1.

What does Beauvoir mean when she writes, "...festivals whose role is to stop the movement of transcendence?" (from Chapter 3, The Positive Aspect of Ambiguity, Sections 4-5, The Present and the Future, Ambiguity and Conclusion)

2.

What does Beauvoir claim to be the basis upon which a man decides upon what he wants to be? (from Chapter 2, Personal Freedom and Others)

3.

At what point does Beauvoir declare the death of an individual is not a failure? (from Chapter 3, The Positive Aspect of Ambiguity, Sections 1-3, The Aesthetic Attitude, Freedom and Liberation, The Antinomies of Action)

4.

What are projects according to Beauvoir? (from Chapter 3, The Positive Aspect of Ambiguity, Sections 1-3, The Aesthetic Attitude, Freedom and Liberation, The Antinomies of Action)

5.

When an individual aims at a goal that will be achieved beyond his own death, what does Beauvoir claim the individual should expect from the time given to the goal? (from Chapter 3, The Positive Aspect of Ambiguity, Sections 4-5, The Present and the Future, Ambiguity and Conclusion)

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