Marx for Beginners Test | Final Test - Easy

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Marx for Beginners Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does Marx do with Hegel and Feurerbach's theories?
(a) He takes them and produces something new.
(b) He ridicules them.
(c) He throws them out.
(d) He abandons them.

2. The dialectical method views everything as ____________________.
(a) Replaceable.
(b) Unique.
(c) Unchanging.
(d) Changing.

3. Why would Hegel believe that a worker should not worry about the material?
(a) The worker does not have the power to change anything.
(b) Only the spiritual matters.
(c) Only the owner should worry.
(d) Worrying does not solve problems.

4. What is the second stage, according to Vico?
(a) Barbarism.
(b) Hunter gatherer.
(c) Farmer.
(d) Feudalism.

5. According to Hegel, if the worker obeyed the state, what would happen?
(a) He would earn more money.
(b) He would find spiritual happiness.
(c) He would one day join the elite class.
(d) He would be protected.

6. What was Ludwig Feuerbach?
(a) A socialist.
(b) A materialist, but metaphysical.
(c) An idealist.
(d) A materialist.

7. What is the only solution to Engels and Marx for fixing humanity's problems?
(a) Encourage religion and the Golden Rule.
(b) Encourage capitalists to take care of their workers.
(c) Change people's mindsets.
(d) Change the system.

8. Why does Marx not believe that simply raising the workers' salaries would change the situation for the worker?
(a) The capitalists will not raise workers' salaries.
(b) The workers do not want more money. They want to work less.
(c) The capitalists will also want a raise.
(d) The capitalist will not accept making less profit and will raise prices or find other ways of making sure that the rise in salary does not affect his bottom line.

9. The law of supply and demand often determines what?
(a) The price of a product.
(b) The number of laborers needed.
(c) The amount of supplies needed.
(d) The amount of work required.

10. To what are Marx's theories leading him?
(a) More abstract economic problems in society.
(b) In a more conservative direction.
(c) In a more radical direction.
(d) Less abstract economic problems in society.

11. The capitalist gets richer, while the worker struggles to keep pace with basic needs. This led Marx to what idea?
(a) Training value.
(b) Surplus value.
(c) Worker value.
(d) Decrease value.

12. Hegel was attacked for these thoughts. Why?
(a) Largely because he used the dialectical method.
(b) Largely because he was wrong.
(c) Largely because his beliefs went against more powerful individuals.
(d) Largely because he was considered insane.

13. With this philosophy of seeing everything as mechanical, things are immutable or _____________________.
(a) Changing.
(b) Unchanging.
(c) Rarely changing.
(d) Usually changing.

14. The Communist Manifesto was a call for all workers to do what?
(a) Form unions.
(b) Consider Communism.
(c) Listen to Marx.
(d) Unite against capitalism.

15. What is Vico's first stage?
(a) Farmer.
(b) Hunter gatherer.
(c) Feudalism.
(d) Barbarism.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does not offer proof for those things that it proposes?

2. Marx's theories were leading him away from what?

3. To what do Vico's stages correspond?

4. What states that there is nothing beyond the natural?

5. The coalition can gain even more ground by doing what?

(see the answer keys)

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