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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who has significant objections in Hart's views?
(a) Goal skeptics.
(b) Rule skeptics.
(c) Custom skeptics.
(d) Law skeptics.
2. What are the ultimate rules?
(a) Internal Statement.
(b) Moral based laws.
(c) The final test of validity.
(d) Customs that make it into laws.
3. How is the legal standards impose when some are helpless victims of the law?
(a) By bribes.
(b) By morale pressure.
(c) By force or the threat of it.
(d) By social pressure.
4. What are authoritative quality of general rules sometime qualified as?
5. What does Hart cite counterexamples of concerning international obligations?
(a) That they cannot exist save voluntary agreement.
(b) They cannot exist without a judge that understand international
(c) They cannot exist without a nation at its head.
(d) That they cannot exist without international judges.
6. What do we make relative to the interpretation of rules?
(a) Specific choises.
(b) Choice based on Primary or Secondary laws.
(c) Arbitrary selection.
(d) Choice about morale.
7. What can statement of law made as?
(a) Simple or complexe.
(b) Singular or multiple.
(c) Internal or external statement.
(d) Low or high.
8. What are subordinate to rules of recognition?
(a) Rules based on laws.
(b) Rules based on Customs.
(c) Unstated rules.
(d) Stable rules.
9. What does the law need not be determined by?
(a) Elected officials.
(b) Independent lawmakers.
(c) The meaning of the words.
10. How many parts dose the idea of justice have?
11. What does precedent focus on?
(a) Maximal classes.
(c) Minimal classes.
(d) Class term.
12. When do moral rules and legal rules usually apply to people?
(a) Half the time.
(b) One at a time.
(c) Only in case of emergency.
(d) All the time.
13. What does the law need not "just do"?
(a) Produce sanctions.
(b) Apply to the poor.
(c) Be heartless.
(d) Not offer second chance.
14. What do legislation focus on?
(a) Maximal classes.
(b) Minimal classes.
(c) Class term.
15. What do justice demand the promotion of?
(a) Good judge.
(b) Equal justice for all.
(c) Common good.
(d) A class of leaders.
Short Answer Questions
1. What type of rules does international law lack?
2. Why do moral codes exist?
3. What will always conflict, according to Hart?
4. What can natural law be understood as having?
5. What do positivists tend to see natural laws?
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