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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. What does International law lack?
(a) Custom laws.
(b) A common tribunal.
(c) Morale law.
(d) Legislature and compulsory jurisdiction.

2. What do statements of internal aspect presuppose the truth of?
(a) Internal statements.
(b) Simple statements.
(c) External statements.
(d) Multiple statement.

3. What is sometime given too much room to judges?
(a) Discretion.
(b) Rules.
(c) Freedom.
(d) Time.

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

5. Why do moral codes exist?
(a) To ensure tight moral standards.
(b) To ensure proper obedience to the ones in charge.
(c) To prevent people from expressing themself.
(d) To promote the good of the society.

6. What do moral laws touches on?
(a) Actions.
(b) Intentions.
(c) Morality.
(d) Wishes.

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

8. Who has significant objections in Hart's views?
(a) Goal skeptics.
(b) Law skeptics.
(c) Custom skeptics.
(d) Rule skeptics.

9. What is the most dangerous sort of international disputes?
(a) Negotiation between small and large countries.
(b) Peace treaty.
(c) International aggression.
(d) Bank disputes.

10. What does the law need not be determined by?
(a) Judges.
(b) The meaning of the words.
(c) Independent lawmakers.
(d) Elected officials.

11. What do justice demand the promotion of?
(a) Common good.
(b) Equal justice for all.
(c) Good judge.
(d) A class of leaders.

12. What does Hart cite counterexamples of concerning international obligations?
(a) They cannot exist without a judge that understand international
(b) That they cannot exist save voluntary agreement.
(c) They cannot exist without a nation at its head.
(d) That they cannot exist without international judges.

13. What can the ultimate rule of recognition be recognized from?
(a) Three points of view.
(b) Two points of view.
(c) Four points of view.
(d) A single points of view.

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

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

Short Answer Questions

1. What do not apply to the ultimate rules?

2. What do we need to define state sovereignty?

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

4. What does International law threatens according to Chapter 10?

5. What can natural law be understood as having?

(see the answer keys)

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