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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. How many categories do objections fall into?
2. What is it best to try and acquire according to Hart?
(a) The word of the law.
(b) The spirit of the law.
(c) The understanding of the law.
(d) The idea of law.
3. What shares the same drawback as a book of statuses?
(a) Ratified legislation.
(b) Custom laws.
(c) Set of ratified legislation or judicial rulings.
(d) Set of precedent.
4. What do Hart say of making sense of authority in term of sovereign people?
(a) It is easy to understand.
(b) It is stable.
(c) It is necessary.
(d) It is problematic.
5. What would breaking the rule do to society?
(a) Make it more punitive.
(c) Hurt it.
(d) Make it stronger.
Short Answer Questions
1. What have judges power to do in the structure judicial practice?
2. What do rules do?
3. What is in a sense general?
4. What do laws specify?
5. What is the first step in figuring out what law is according to Hart?
Short Essay Questions
1. What are secondary rules?
2. What was the most serious attempt to analyze the concept of law according to Chapter 2?
3. What did secondary rules confer?
4. How do we speak of justice?
5. Why is the concept of law hard, according to Chapter 1?
6. What are the first two questions that combine into the question of what law is?
7. What does Hart continue to illustrate?
8. What will happen if we examine the many types of law according to Chapter 3?
9. What do judges have powers to do?
10. What is the habit of obedience understood to apply to?
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