Lecturer Political Science MCQs Past Papers and Test No. 38

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Test NameLecturer Political Science
SubjectLecturer Pol Science Test 38
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer of Political Science Online Test No. 38

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" Rights property so-called are creations of law properly so called". This definition of rights is:

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Which one among the following is regarded as a civil right?

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Negative liberty has its advocate in:

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Human Rights are rights to which people are entitled by virtue of:

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' Liber' given the sense of liberty is a word from the following language:

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From which one of the following perspectives has the nation of human rights been criticized?

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The following are advocates of negative rights?

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Who among the following thinkers has said that a state is known by the rights it maintains?

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One of the following is not the advocates of the republican concept of liberty.

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"Everything is permitted that is not prohibited" is based on the assumption of:

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The following is of the opinion that liberty can be restricted only for the sake of protecting it:

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Who among the following thinkers combined ' natural rights' with physiological metaphor?

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The following used the terms liberty and freedom as interchangeable:

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Who among the following thinkers combined natural rights with physiological metaphor in his organisms theory of the state?

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Who says that liberty means " pursuing one's own good in one's own way without hurting the like liberties of others"?

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The following theory of rights gives the option to the holder to seek or relieve it:

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" Self is prior to its ends" and “Rights is prior to the good" are the principles upheld by:

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Rights are legal implies:

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Hohfeld’s elements of rights do not include the following:

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Who among the following propounded the Functional Theory of Rights?

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" Freedom is the positive power of capacity of doing or enjoying something worth doing or enjoying".

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" Rights property so-called are creatures of law". This view is held by:

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The division of human rights into three generations of rights is attributed to:

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" Human consciousness postulates liberty, liberty involves rights, rights demand the state". Who has made this statement?

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The statement, " Rights, in fact are those conditions of social life without which no man can seek in general to be himself at his best" was made by:

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