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Henosis: Quiz


Question 1: All division is reconciled in the one, the final stage before reaching singularity, called duality (dyad), is completely reconciled in the Monad, Source or One (see ________).
ExistentialismBaruch SpinozaRené DescartesMonism

Question 2: They also mimic the actions of the ________ as the creator of the material world.

Question 3: Unity (henosis) is no longer strictly rationalization (reconciliation) of man with being and becoming (________) but in the works of Neoplatonism considered also, salvation (Soteriology).

Question 4: Under the teachings of Iamblichus (see the Egyptian Mysteries), one goes through a series of theurgy or ________ that unites the initiate to the Monad.

Question 5: This concept is prominent in the realm of Neoplatonic philosophy, within the mystery religions[1], and in the writings of the ________.
Hermes TrismegistusHermeticaHermetism and other religionsHermeticism

Question 6: The goal of Henosis (________ἕνωσις "unity, oneness") is union with what is fundamental in reality: the One, Source or Monad.
Ancient GreekAttic GreekDoric GreekAeolic Greek

Question 7: To get closest to the Monad, One, each individual must engage in divine work (theurgy) according to ________.
Numenius of ApameaXenocratesIamblichusCassius Longinus (philosopher)

Question 8: Matter was strictly treated as ________, with matter as essential to its being, having no true or transcendential character.
Jewish philosophyMonismKabbalahImmanence

Question 9: Plotinus' works have an ________ character in that they reject matter as an illusion (none existent).

Question 10: [10] The process then starts again and brings another part of the universe into line with the Monad (see ________).


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