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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What are laws supreme in?
(a) The world.
(b) Inferior lands.
(c) Their territory.
2. What is the first step in figuring out what law is according to Hart?
(a) What has confounded so many.
(b) What is law.
(c) Who are law created.
(d) How are law passed.
3. What is the question Hart tries to answer in the book according to Chapter 1?
(a) What is law.
(b) How is law formed.
(c) Who is the law.
(d) Who has the law.
4. What do laws regulate in advance?
(c) Changes in morale.
5. What is rare for an individual to do in modern society?
(a) Do something that is not illegal.
(b) Do something that is moral.
(c) Do something not covered by a law.
(d) Order someone to do something.
6. What are customary society's rules unable to do?
(a) Create laws.
(b) Have a legal continuity between rulers.
(c) Adapt to changes.
(d) Have strong rules.
7. How is law understood, according to the author of Province of Jurisprudence
(a) As command.
(b) As constance.
(c) As requests.
(d) A suggestion.
8. That do the nullity as sanction view try to produce?
(a) A general definition of Custom.
(b) A general definition of law.
(c) A general definition of rule.
(d) A general definition of judge.
9. What do criminal laws specifies must be followed?
(c) The spirit of the law.
(d) The letter of the law.
10. What are imperatives backed by?
11. What cannot laws be reduced to?
(a) Directives against people.
(b) Directives without punishment.
(c) Directives against officials.
(d) Directives against judges.
12. How does Hart qualifies Province of Jurisprudence Determined, according to Chapter 2?
(a) As an attempt to prevent laws from applying.
(b) As a bad attempt to analyze law.
(c) As an effort to change the law.
(d) As the most serious attempt to analyze the concept of law.
13. What aren't obligations, according to Austin and others?
14. What is it best to try and acquire according to Hart?
(a) The word of the law.
(b) The idea of law.
(c) The spirit of the law.
(d) The understanding of the law.
15. What does the distinction make sense of, according to Hart?
(a) How law should work.
(b) How moral is structured.
(c) How custom is structured.
(d) Many difficulties previously unsolved.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many categories do objections fall into?
2. What is the first difficult thing about law?
3. How does Hart qualifies most statements made about law by great minds?
4. How can laws of judicial practice and other like it be understood as?
5. What is the first question Hart identified?
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