Lecturer Political Science MCQs Past Papers and Test No. 36

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Political Science
Subject Lecturer Pol Science Test 36
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

Lecturer of Political Science Online Test No. 36

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The term socialism was first used by:

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Who of the following is considered an exponent of modem individualism?

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A welfare state:

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The economic justification of individualism was offered by:

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Which one of the following thinkers is associated with the Idealists theory of state?

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The ethical justification for individualism was offered by:

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A welfare state believes in:

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The liberal thinker of the nineteenth century considered the state as:

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The view that "State comes into existence for the sake of life and it continues for the sake of good life" was expressed by:

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The idealist theory is also known as:

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The individuals were in favour of leaving the individual completely free because:

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The best exposition of liberal concept of the nature and functions of the state is found in the writings of:

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The scientific jurisdiction for individualism was offered by:

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According to individualists:

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The modern state has been described as:

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The Political Justification for individualism was offered by:

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A welfare state performs:

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One of the protective functions performed by the welfare state is:

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The chief exponent of the Utilitarian philosophy was:

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The Socialists consider the state as:

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Keeping in view the functions performed by the modern state it has been described as:

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The view that the state is the march of God on earth is associated with:

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The principle of " greatest good of the greatest number". was advocated by:

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The view that the state is an end in itself was expressed by:

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Which one of the following is also known as Laissez Faire Theory:

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