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Multiple Choice Questions

1. What are not always Rules of recognition?
(a) Laws.
(b) Customs.
(c) External statements.
(d) Morale.

2. What are our legal standard, according to Hart?
(a) Indeterminate.
(b) Determinate.
(c) Good.
(d) Imperfect.

3. What are authoritative quality of general rules sometime qualified as?
(a) Exaggerated.
(b) Dangerous.
(c) Small.
(d) Understated.

4. When may a society acquire a system of supremacy of rules?
(a) When he abandon customs based law.
(b) Then the society has primary rules.
(c) When it acquires secondary rules.
(d) When the society is democratic.

5. What are the general rules, standards and principles according to Chapter 7?
(a) The secondary force of social control.
(b) The primary force of human control.
(c) The primary force of social control.
(d) The secondary force of human control.

6. What do legislation focus on?
(a) Minimal classes.
(b) Communities.
(c) Class term.
(d) Maximal classes.

7. When does the second question arisen by Hart's theory appear?
(a) When we analyze the idea that a legal system can be said not to exist.
(b) When we analyze the idea that a custom can not be said to exist.
(c) When we analyze the idea that a legal system can be said to exist.
(d) When we analyze the idea that acustom can be said to exist.

8. What is the risk of making someone authoritative?
(a) Authoritative people tend to be above the law.
(b) That person might change the law to her adventages.
(c) That secondary rtules would not apply. That person might lik epower.
(d) That person might be wrong.

9. What do not apply to the ultimate rules?
(a) Internal statements.
(b) Questions of validity.
(c) Interpretation.
(d) External statements.

10. What does precedent focus on?
(a) Communities.
(b) Minimal classes.
(c) Class term.
(d) Maximal classes.

11. What type of rules does international law lack?
(a) Enforcement rules.
(b) Primary rules.
(c) Rules of recognition.
(d) Rules of legislature.

12. What are legitimate laws not?
(a) Punitive.
(b) Just.
(c) Applicable.
(d) Coextensive.

13. What do rule-skepticism and formalism often do according to Hart?
(a) Fight each other.
(b) Co write artciles.
(c) Supplement each other.
(d) Contradict each other.

14. How many connections between morality and law does Hart discuss?
(a) 5.
(b) 2.
(c) 4.
(d) 6.

15. What do natural laws assume men have a limited amount of?
(a) Understanding.
(b) Integrity.
(c) Love.
(d) Altruism.

Short Answer Questions

1. What cannot be given for everything?

2. What do we make relative to the interpretation of rules?

3. What does Hart say of the determination of the conditions necessary to have a legal system?

4. What do we need to define state sovereignty?

5. What does Hart oppose to legal rules?

(see the answer keys)

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