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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 standard do we have by which to judge the law?
(a) Conducting suveys.
(b) Observing natural facts.
(c) Observing judge.
(d) Looking at crime statistics.
2. What is there not of between determinate rules and rule skepticism?
(d) Pure dichotomy.
3. What type of rules does international law lack?
(a) Primary rules.
(b) Rules of legislature.
(c) Rules of recognition.
(d) Enforcement rules.
4. What is the advantage of having judges that can render final judgments?
5. What does Hart wonder about international law?
(a) If it is necessary.
(b) It is law at all.
(c) Is it applicable.
(d) If it is doomed to fail.
Short Answer Questions
1. What standard do we often try to employ, according to Hart?
2. What does Hart say of the determination of the conditions necessary to have a legal system?
3. What do some see morality as doing?
4. What happens when secondary rules are accepted, according to Chapter 6?
5. How many camps does Hart divide the question of legal laws resting on moral laws, according to Chapter 9?
Short Essay Questions
1. What ambiguity did Hart discuss?
2. What does Chapter 8 inquire into the relationship between?
3. What does legislation tend to focus on according to Chapter 7?
4. What does the minimum content view do away with?
5. What are the six connections between law and morality?
6. What is the advantage of having judges?
7. What does sovereignty denote?
8. What does legal positivism hold according to Chapter 9?
9. What is morality not enforced with?
10. What happened when secondary rules of recognition were accepted according to Chapter 6?
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