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Question 1: In that case a seemingly negative insight can result in very different overall views, for example if one compares Buddha and Shakespeare with ________.
Immanuel KantGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich HegelExistentialismFriedrich Nietzsche

Question 2: Romance raises questions of ________ (or in a more pejorative sense, nihilism) such as whether spiritual attraction, of the world, might not actually rise above or distinguish itself from that of the body or aesthetic sensibility.
Meta-ethicsEmotivismDavid HumeNon-cognitivism

Question 3: In that sense, it does resonate with ________ and cynicism native to post-modernity.
Anarcho-capitalismKeynesian economicsCapitalismLaissez-faire

Question 4: René Girard argues that romantic attraction is a product of ________ and rivalry - particularly in a triangular form
Casual relationshipJealousyPassion (emotion)Compersion

Question 5: ________ have brought change to these areas.
Human sexualityCondomSexual revolutionBirth control

Question 6: In Shakespeare's ________, for example, "...there has not been, nor is there at this point, any display of affection between Isabella and the Duke, if by affection we mean something concerned with sexual attraction.
HamletMeasure for MeasureThe TempestTwelfth Night

Question 7: During the initial stages of a romantic relationship, there is more often more emphasis on emotions - especially those of love, intimacy, ________, appreciation, and affinity - rather than physical intimacy.
CompassionAngerHappinessPatience

Question 8: Girard's theory of mimetic desire is controversial because of its alleged ________.
HomophobiaSexismMasculismDiscrimination

Question 9: This same supposition of romance is also found in the film ________ or rather apparent in the example of Isabella of France's life.
Titanic (1997 film)BraveheartAcademy Award for Best DirectorAcademy Award for Best Picture

Question 10: Theorists like Deleuze counter Freud and ________ by attempting to return to a more naturalistic philosophy:
Slavoj ŽižekJacques DerridaJean-Paul SartreJacques Lacan
















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