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2nd_exam,_2210,_spring_10,_w_bold - INTA 2210B: Political...

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Unformatted text preview: INTA 2210B: Political Philosophies and Ideologies Your name: ___________ Second Exam, Spring Semester 2010 7 April 2010 NOTE: Sign your name in the space above and, at the end of the exam, turn in the signed test- booklet together with --- but in a separate stack from --- your scantron sheet . PRINT your name, last name first , in the appropriate space on the front of the scantron answer sheet. (Other information is not necessary) Failure to follow these instructions will result in an automatic deduction of ten points from your exam. 1. According to Gregor Hegels theory, which of the following would constitute the driving force of human historical development? a. steady improvement in the productive power of human labor due to improvements in science and technology b. class conflict c. Progressively better human understanding of the human situation and the world in which humans live d. the struggle of humans against oppression by the state 2. According to Karl Marxs theory, which of the following would constitute the driving force of human historical development? a. steady improvement in the productive power of human labor due to improvements in science and technology b. class conflict c. Progressively better human understanding of the human situation and the world in which humans live d the struggle of humans against oppression by the state 3. The view of history as a process of gradual becoming, of gradual realization of a potential inherent in something, is called: a. millieniarism b. teleology 1 c. messianism d. the dialectic 4. Which of these individuals views history as a process of gradual becoming, of gradual realization of a potential inherent in mankind? a. Hegel b. Marx c. Freud d. Hegel and Marx e. Hegel, Marx, and Freud 5. Which of the following best describes Hegels dialectic? a. the clash of social groups with differing interests defined by differing relations to the means of production b. the steady increase in brain size and intelligence as hominids gradually evolve over the last several million years c. the clash between superstition and ignorance on the one hand, and enlightenment on the other d the clash of contradictory sets of ideas about the human condition 6. Which of the following best describes Marx s dialectic? a. the clash of social groups with conflicting interests defined by differing relations to the means of production b. the steady increase in brain size and intelligence as hominids gradually evolve over the last several million years c. the clash between superstition and ignorance on the one hand, and enlightenment on the other d. the clash of contradictory sets of ideas about the human condition 2 7. Which of the following statements most accurately characterizes Hegels view of the human condition at the beginning of the process of human development?...
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