POL215




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POL215

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1.

According to Cicero, all
men are equal because
they possess

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2.

The state of nature in
Hobbes is state in perpetual
___

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3.

The dominant socio-political
and economic system in the
middle ages is

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4.

In political thought
philosophers are not only
concerned with objective
realities of a political
system but also what
should constitute the ____
state

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5.

s the author of Two
Treatises of Government

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6.

In Aristotle's ideal state
which category f people
should not be granted
citizenship

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7.

Marx advocated the
transfer of ownership of
means of production to

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8.

Marx borrowed the idea of
dialectics from

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9.

Marx holds that it is under
communism that the
highest stage of
will emerge

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10.

Machiavelli's political
thought freed Kings from
the shackles of

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11.

According to Epicureans
the wise man should avoid
except when compelled by
circumstances

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12.

The ultimate rulers in
Plato's political thought are
the ___

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13.

Aquinas maintained that the
main purpose of man on
earth is the attainment of
___

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14.

Marsilio held that in addition
to its truth, religion has
consequences

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15.

Despite his possession of
absolute power, the Roman
king was bound to gover his
state on the advise of __

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16.

According to Machiavelli
the good ruler must
possess the character of an
animal called

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17.

According to the
epicureans, the natural
guiding principle of all men
is

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18.

Is the sovereign in Jean
Bodin accountable to his
subjects

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19.

The constitution which
governs the stoics' world
state is

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20.

is reputed as the teacher of
Aristotle

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21.

Aristotle held that the state
was originally formed to
satisfy ____

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22.

Which of these is not
among the basic rights of
individuals in John Locke?

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23.

As a young student, Marx
embraced ___ which
greatly influenced his future
writings

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24.

Machiavelli pioneered the
application of
method in the study of
politics

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25.

Jean Bodin's idea of
property includes, father,
mother, children, servants
and

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26.

The theory that our social
status, either as slaves or
as nobility, was neither a
product of nature nor the
gods, was first promoted in
the Greek society by the
____

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27.

The author of Introduction
to the Principles of Morals
and Legislation is

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28.

Cicero defined true law as
right reason in agreement
with

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29.

The principle of check and
balances among levels of
government was introduced
by

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30.

According to the cynics, the
most important of all human
concerns is ___

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31.

is said to be the first to
discuss politics and society
without any recourse to
ethics and jurisprudence

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32.

The principle that men
collectively or individually
should not interfere with the
liberty of action of anyone
except for self protection is
known as
principle

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33.

Hobbe's sovereign is
essentially ___ in exercise
of his authority

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34.

Rousseau believed that the
first man who, having
fenced in a piece of land,
said, “This is mine,” and
found people naïve enough
to believe him, that man
was the true founder of

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35.

The conflict between the
private and public interest,
according to Hegel is
resolved by the

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36.

___ is the propounder of
harm principle

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37.

held that political carrer has
nothing good to offer the
good man but will rather
extinguish his goodness

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38.

Rousseau's book on the
education of the citizens
women should be trained to
be ___ and ___

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39.

The men in Locke's state of
nature exist in condition of
total ___

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40.

held that man is a citizen of
two cities

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41.

According to Cicero, the
law that governs other laws
is known as the

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42.

The citizens of the world
state of the stoics consist of
__ and ___

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43.

Rousseau believed that the
natural man is naturally ___

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44.

Do the individuals in
Hobbes' commonwealth
possess the right to rebel
against their ruler?

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45.

In Socrates' philosophy,
knowledge is equated with

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46.

Complete this saying of J.
S. Mill “over himself, his
body and mind, the
individual is ___"

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47.

For Plato, the ideal state
must be built on

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48.

Which of these is not a
thinker of the
enlightenment?

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49.

The theory that securing
the greatest happiness of
the greatest number of
people is the duty of
government is known as
___

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50.

Rousseau political thought
emphasised the primacy of
the ____ in determining
political authority

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