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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Where don't laws apply?
(a) In communities not recognizing the laws.
(b) In other cities.
(c) In other morality centers.
(d) In other countries.
2. What are laws?
(a) Written customs.
(b) Standing orders.
(c) Optional rules.
(d) Moral imperatives.
3. What is law?
(a) Morale based rules.
(b) A general order backed by threats.
(c) How to behave around other people.
(d) A set of loose rules.
4. What would allow all laws to be considered conditional orders to officials to apply sanctions?
(a) Be sure to have everyone know about the laws.
(b) Elaborate restatements.
(c) The ability for the judges to modify laws.
(d) Written laws.
5. What becomes guides for claims, demands and the like?
(a) The Law from an internalpoint of view.
(b) The rules from an internal point of view.
(c) The rules from an external point of view.
(d) The Law from an external point of view.
6. What do Hart say of making sense of authority in term of sovereign people?
(a) It is stable.
(b) It is problematic.
(c) It is necessary.
(d) It is easy to understand.
7. What do rules do?
(a) Allow behaviors that are not forbidden.
(b) Allow law makers to make laws.
(c) Forbid certain type of behavior under penalty.
(d) Allow a community to live in peace.
8. What aren't laws themselves?
9. Who wrote Province of Jurisprudence Determined?
10. What do laws require exist?
(a) Social beliefs that laws are standing.
(b) A strong ruler.
(c) A structured society.
(d) An enforcement force.
11. What is the first step in figuring out what law is according to Hart?
(a) How are law passed.
(b) What is law.
(c) What has confounded so many.
(d) Who are law created.
12. What example does Hart give about non optional conduct that are not law?
(a) Moral rules.
(d) Game rules.
13. How many categories do objections fall into?
14. What is the question Hart tries to answer in the book according to Chapter 1?
(a) Who is the law.
(b) Who has the law.
(c) What is law.
(d) How is law formed.
15. What do the law of torts specify the conditions of?
(a) Compensation for harms produced by the one own actions.
(b) Compensation for harms produced by the actions of a few people.
(c) Compensation for harms produced by the society as a whole.
(d) Compensation for harms produced by the actions of others.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the distinction make sense of, according to Hart?
2. What do constitutions specify?
3. Who denies there are true laws against murder?
4. How can laws of judicial practice and other like it be understood as?
5. How is law understood, according to the author of Province of Jurisprudence Determined?
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