Lecturer Political Science PPSC FPSC NTS Online Test No. 44

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Political Science
Subject Lecturer Pol Science Test 44
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

Lecturer Political Science Online Test No. 44

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Which one of the followings was in no way connected with the theory of natural rights?

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The most effective guarantee against infringement of rights is the:

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Right to form associations is a:

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Rights have no validity without the recognition of:

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The Economic Theory of Rights is associated with:

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The Social welfare theory of rights is associated with:

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Which one of the followings is not associated with Idealistic or Personality Theory of rights?

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The idealist theory of Rights attaches more importance to:

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Which of the followings did not favour the right to private property?

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All rights must be compatible with:

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Which one of the followings was a prominent exponent of the ' Social welfare theory of rights’?

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Which one of the following countries was the first to incorporate a ' Bill of Rights ' in its constitution?

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The idealist theory of Rights lays emphasis on man's:

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Right of life is a:

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Right to equality is a:

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The social welfare theory of rights is associated with:

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According to Laski the state is:

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Rights to property is a:

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In modern times political rights are guaranteed to:

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The credit for advocating the Legal theory of rights goes to:

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The  Idealistic Theory of Rights is also known as:

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Who of the following is associated with the Historical theory of rights?

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Who regarded ' life, liberty and property' as Inalienable rights of man?

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Which one of the following writs in issued in the event of wrongful detention?

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According to Locke the individual gets his rights from:

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