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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 is the advantage of having judges that can render final judgments?
2. What are the ultimate rules?
(a) Internal Statement.
(b) Moral based laws.
(c) Customs that make it into laws.
(d) The final test of validity.
3. 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 legal system can be said not 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 custom can not be said to exist.
4. What do justice largely concern itself with?
(a) How to punish individuals.
(b) How to control individuals
(c) How individual obey.
(d) How classes of individuals are treated.
5. What are legitimate laws not?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does International law threatens according to Chapter 10?
2. What do moral laws touches on?
3. What are subordinate to rules of recognition?
4. What do natural laws assume men have a limited amount of?
5. What do moral offense seems to be?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did statements concerning internal aspects presuppose?
2. What does the minimum content view do away with?
3. What issue does Hart raise about judicial decisions?
4. What is the advantage of having judges?
5. What do positivists tend to see natural law as?
6. What do many nations have under international law?
7. What standard to we try to employ?
8. What do we often equate the legal system with?
9. What is morality not enforced with?
10. How could the ultimate rule of recognition be recognized?
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