Fatalism: Quiz

Question 1: [1] This belief is very similar to ________.
PredestinationSecond Great AwakeningRestorationism (Christian primitivism)First Great Awakening

Question 2: That ________ does not exist, meaning therefore that history has progressed in the only manner possible.
Friedrich NietzscheAristotleImmanuel KantFree will

Question 3: The film ________ is about fatalism, with its main character being a fatalist.
The Box (2009 film)Donnie DarkoDonnie Darko (soundtrack)Southland Tales

Question 4: Dead End, a ________ Stunticon in the Transformers franchise, is a fatalist, portrayed as being unwilling to fight, under the belief that everyone will eventually be dead, preferring to polish himself and look good when he dies.
Shockwave (Transformers)Soundwave (Transformers)The Transformers (TV series)Decepticon

Question 5: The character Morpheus of ________ series is a fatalist.
The Matrix (franchise)The MatrixThe Matrix RevolutionsThe Matrix Reloaded

Question 6: The final chapter of Mikhail Lermontov's novel ________ is titled "The Fatalist" and involves concepts of predestination and free will.
RussiaRomantic heroA Hero of Our TimeByronic hero

Question 7: While the terms are often used interchangeably, fatalism, ________, and predestination are discrete in emphasizing different aspects of the futility of human will or the foreordination of destiny.
DeterminismImmanuel KantAristotleCausality

Question 8: The characters Neji Hyuga and Shion from the ________ series are fatalists.
YuYu HakushoRurouni KenshinShaman KingNaruto

Question 9: ________ explored fatalism in several novels including Slaughterhouse-Five.
Kurt VonnegutPlayer PianoJailbirdCat's Cradle

Question 10: The character Paul Atreides from ________'s Dune undergoes a complete state of fatalism when he goes blind
Frank HerbertDune MessiahChapterhouse: DuneDune (novel)

Source: The Full Wiki (http://quiz.thefullwiki.org/Fatalism)