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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do the law of torts specify the conditions of?
(a) Compensation for harms produced by the actions of others.
(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 one own actions.
2. What do rules requires a critical reflective attitude about?
(a) Patterns of behavior.
(b) Who enforces them.
(d) Whom they apply to.
3. What do laws require exist?
(a) A strong ruler.
(b) A structured society.
(c) Social beliefs that laws are standing.
(d) An enforcement force.
4. What aren't laws themselves?
5. What are laws according to Hart?
(b) Preventative measure.
(c) Control measures.
6. What would breaking the rule do to society?
(a) Make it more punitive.
(b) Make it stronger.
(c) Hurt it.
7. What are laws supreme in?
(a) The world.
(b) Inferior lands.
(d) Their territory.
8. What does the law make human conduct?
9. Who denies there are true laws against murder?
10. Who wrote Province of Jurisprudence Determined?
11. What do laws regulate in advance?
(a) Changes in morale.
12. What is related to law according to Hart?
13. What is law not understood as, according to the author of Province of Jurisprudence Determined?
(a) As request or warning.
(b) A suggestion.
(c) As constance.
(d) As command.
14. What do secondary rules apply to?
(a) To the physical world.
(b) Behavior control.
(c) To duties and obligations.
15. How many questions did Hart identified that combine into the question of what law is?
Short Answer Questions
1. What would breaking the rule allow some individual to do?
2. What do constitutions imply?
3. What do Hart say of making sense of authority in term of sovereign people?
4. What do the first type of rules do?
5. What is a common myth about laws?
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