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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 7, Formalism and Rule-Skepticism.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What are imperatives backed by?
2. How can laws be divided?
(a) Five sub section rules.
(b) Primary and secondary rules.
(c) Categories based on the type of offense.
(d) Collective and individual rules.
3. What aren't obligations, according to Austin and others?
4. What does attempting a single definition do to the fundamental elements of the law?
(a) Obscures them.
(b) Make them clear.
(c) Make them applicable.
(d) Make them accessible.
5. What does the second type of rule do?
(a) Confer power to judges.
(b) Confer public and private power.
(c) Confer power to nations.
(d) Confer the pwoer to create laws.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are laws supreme in?
2. Who makes the law created by past regimes binding, according to some philosophers?
3. Who wrote Province of Jurisprudence Determined?
4. What does the distinction make sense of, according to Hart?
5. How many categories do objections fall into?
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