The Phenomenology of Mind Test | Final Test - Easy

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The Phenomenology of Mind 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 term does Hegel use to describe the interrelation of Spirit with events?
(a) Happenings.
(b) Spirit of the Times.
(c) Moments.
(d) Occasions.

2. According the Hegel's philosophy, what is the one state where complete annihilation of difference occurs?
(a) Loss.
(b) Self-awareness.
(c) Death.
(d) Transcendentalism.

3. What does the belief in the Underworld transform into according to Hegel?
(a) Scientific knowledge.
(b) A fear of death.
(c) A belief in Heaven.
(d) A stimulus for observing life closely.

4. What does Insight cause people to find according to Hegel?
(a) The universal mind.
(b) Consciousness.
(c) Religion.
(d) History.

5. Where does Hegel look for God in art?
(a) In the mystical experience of art.
(b) In the social uses of art.
(c) In the underlying laws of art.
(d) In the framework for art.

6. According to Hegel, what is the element of self-consciousness closest to the Absolute?
(a) Spirit.
(b) Duty.
(c) Work.
(d) Religion.

7. What does conceit cause according to Hegel?
(a) Self-awareness.
(b) Impure motives and perversions.
(c) Individuality.
(d) Bad faith.

8. What is the father of science in Hegel's opinion?
(a) Necessity.
(b) Philosophy.
(c) Consciousness.
(d) Nature.

9. What does Spirit represent for the Mind according to Hegel?
(a) Historical consciousness.
(b) Unity with the Universal Mind.
(c) Class consciousness.
(d) Unity with truth.

10. How does Hegel define ownership?
(a) As being of objects only, never people.
(b) Total knowledge and possession.
(c) Contractual relationship with mutual obligations.
(d) Close relationship with duties of protection.

11. What in Hegel's view does individuality gain when it finds itself after being lost to the public order?
(a) Historical conciousness.
(b) Conscience.
(c) Universality.
(d) Eternal life.

12. What does Hegel call a kind of diffusing selfless Self?
(a) The world of inanimate things.
(b) The world of plants and animals.
(c) The absolute aspect of man.
(d) The natural world as a whole.

13. What serves as a model for duties for individuals in Hegel's opinion?
(a) Duty to one's own education.
(b) Duty to the spirit.
(c) Duty to the community.
(d) Duty within the family.

14. In Hegel's philosophy, in what way does the Spirit serve a two-fold function?
(a) It understands at the same time that it is beyond understanding, even to itself.
(b) It is acts at the same time that it reposes.
(c) It observes itself as object at the same time that it is subject.
(d) It contains both the universal and eternal and the particular and contingent.

15. What emerges after self-estrangement fades according to Hegel?
(a) Divinity.
(b) Enlightenment.
(c) Unity.
(d) A new round of self-conflict.

Short Answer Questions

1. What does Hegel say is the Divine?

2. What is Hegel's feeling about communism?

3. How is belief transformed into enlightenment according to Hegel?

4. What is the "beautiful soul's" relationship with morality according to Hegel?

5. What qualities exist in both "no property" and "property" according to Hegel?

(see the answer keys)

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