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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 are subordinate to rules of recognition?
(a) Rules based on laws.
(b) Stable rules.
(c) Unstated rules.
(d) Rules based on Customs.
2. What do judges do when they state that a law is valid?
(a) They make a multiple statement.
(b) The make a simple statement.
(c) The make an external statement.
(d) They make an internal statement.
3. What are the general rules, standards and principles according to Chapter 7?
(a) The secondary force of social control.
(b) The primary force of social control.
(c) The primary force of human control.
(d) The secondary force of human control.
4. When does the second question arisen by Hart's theory appear?
(a) When we analyze the idea that acustom can be said 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 a legal system can be said not to exist.
5. What is the risk of making someone authoritative?
(a) That person might change the law to her adventages.
(b) Authoritative people tend to be above the law.
(c) That secondary rtules would not apply. That person might lik epower.
(d) That person might be wrong.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Hart say of the determination of the conditions necessary to have a legal system?
2. Why does Austin claim international law is not binding?
3. What does Hart say is connected to the idea of justice?
4. What cannot be given for everything?
5. What can be established without the voluntary cooperation of all?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does sovereignty denote?
2. What is often indeterminate?
3. What does the minimum content view do away with?
4. How could the ultimate rule of recognition be recognized?
5. What does justice demand the promotion of?
6. What was not enough?
7. What standard to we try to employ?
8. What did statements concerning internal aspects presuppose?
9. What does legal positivism hold according to Chapter 9?
10. What do we often equate the legal system with?
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