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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do many not realize habits are?
2. What do Hart say of making sense of authority in term of sovereign people?
(a) It is easy to understand.
(b) It is necessary.
(c) It is problematic.
(d) It is stable.
3. What would breaking the rule do to society?
(a) Make it more punitive.
(b) Make it stronger.
(c) Hurt it.
4. What does attempting a single definition do to the fundamental elements of the law?
(a) Make them clear.
(b) Make them accessible.
(c) Obscures them.
(d) Make them applicable.
5. What is law?
(a) A general order backed by threats.
(b) Morale based rules.
(c) How to behave around other people.
(d) A set of loose rules.
Short Answer Questions
1. What are laws supreme in?
2. What shares the same drawback as a book of statuses?
3. What do the first type of rules do?
4. What does the second type of rule do?
5. What does the doctrine of sovereignty often hold?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who do the laws made by the Queen of England not apply to?
2. What can the definition of law help provide?
3. What did Hart focus on according to Chapter 4?
4. What is the habit of obedience understood to apply to?
5. What does the criminal law specify?
6. What did secondary rules confer?
7. What happens to laws?
8. What is law?
9. What will happen if we examine the many types of law according to Chapter 3?
10. What have some philosophers analyzed?
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