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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 not always Rules of recognition?
(a) External statements.
2. What is the risk of making someone authoritative?
(a) Authoritative people tend to be above the law.
(b) That secondary rtules would not apply. That person might lik epower.
(c) That person might change the law to her adventages.
(d) That person might be wrong.
3. What cannot be given for everything?
(a) Group directions
(b) Primary laws.
(c) Access to custom laws.
(d) Individual directions.
4. What can be established without the voluntary cooperation of all?
(d) Coercive power.
5. What do legislation focus on?
(a) Class term.
(b) Minimal classes.
(c) Maximal classes.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do those insisting on the connection between law and morality differ on, according to Chapter 8?
2. Who would have different view of justice ?
3. What are legitimate laws not?
4. What do we need to define state sovereignty?
5. What can natural law be understood as having?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does legislation tend to focus on according to Chapter 7?
2. What happened when secondary rules of recognition were accepted according to Chapter 6?
3. What are the six connections between law and morality?
4. What issue does Hart raise about judicial decisions?
5. What is often indeterminate?
6. What are the two problems that arise?
7. What do positivists tend to see natural law as?
8. What do we often equate the legal system with?
9. What was not enough?
10. What were the boundaries left up to?
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