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Comprehensive Part – III
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It is said that ideas are explosive and dangerous. To allow them unfettered freedom is in fact, to invite disorder. But, to this position, there are at least two final answers. It is impossible to draw a line round dangerous ideas, and any attempt at their definition involves monstrous folly. If views, moreover, which imply disorder are able to disturb the foundations of the State, there is something supremely wrong with the governance of the State. For disorder is not a habit of mankind. We cling so eagerly to our accustomed ways that is even Burke insisted; popular violence is always the outcome of a deep popular sense of wrong.
1. What is the central point that the passage emphasizes?
A. It is unnecessary to define dangerous ideas
B. Dangerous ideas are born out of the enjoyment of freedom
C. A well-governed State is unaffected by dangerous ideas
D. Dangerous ideas originate from man’s preoccupation with politics
Ans: B. Dangerous ideas are born out of the enjoyment of freedom
2. From a close study of the passage, which one of the following statements emerges most clearly
A. The author is against the exercise of political freedom
B. He is indifferent to dangerous explosive ideas and
C. He welcomes violence as a method to change governments
D. He warns that violence is the outcome of popular dissatisfaction with the government
Ans: D. He warns that violence is the outcome of popular dissatisfaction with the government
3. The author says, we cling cagerly to our accustomed ways. Which one of the following statements may be considered as the assumption of the author?
A. We are afraid of social changes
B. Mankind is averse to any disorder c.
C. CAN We have developed inertia that makes us incapable of social action
D. There is an all-round lack of initiative in the society
Ans: C. CAN We have developed inertia that makes us incapable of social action
4. Which of the following statements may most correctly bring out the significance of the opinion of Burke quoted in the passage?
A. Burke advocated violence against injustice
B. Burke’s opinion coincides with the author’s opinion on explosive and dangerous ideas
C. Burke hated any popular uprising
D. Burke had no belief in political liberty
Ans: B. Burke’s opinion coincides with the author’s opinion on explosive and dangerous ideas
The psychological causes of unhappiness, it is clear, are many and various. But all have something in common. The typical unhappy man is one who having been deprived in youth of some normal satisfaction, has come to value this one kind of satisfaction more than any other, and has therefore given to his life a one-sided direction, together with a quite undue emphasis upon the achievement as opposed the activities connected with it. There is, however, a further development which is very common in the present day. A man may feel so completely thwarted that he seeks no form of satisfaction, but only distraction and oblivion. He then becomes a devotee of “plçasure”. This is to say, be seeks to make life bearable by becoming less alive. Drunkenness, for example, is temporary suicide – the happiness that it brings is merely negative, a momentary cessation of unhappiness
1. Who is a typical unhappy man?
A.One who has been deprived of normal satisfaction in youth
B. One who finds life unbearable and attempts suicide
C. One who does not mind momentary unhappiness
D. One who seeks every form of satisfaction
Ans: A.One who has been deprived of normal satisfaction in youth
2. “One sided direction” refers to the pursuit of which one of the following?
A. Drinking and forgetfulness
B. The satisfaction one had been deprived of
C. Activities leading to happiness
D. Every form of psychological satisfaction
Ans: B. The satisfaction one had been deprived of
3. Which one of the following is the correct statement? Drinking helps the unhappy only to
A. forget their dissatisfaction
B. get sublime happiness
C. get the motivational needs fulfilled
D. concentrate harder
Ans: B. get sublime happiness
4. What does “becoming less alive” imply?
A. Neglect of health
B. Decline in moral values
C. Living in a make-believe world
D. Leading a sedentary way of living
Ans: C. Living in a make-believe world
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