Lecturer Political Science PPSC FPSC NTS Online Test No. 48

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Political Science
Subject Lecturer Pol Science Test 48
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. 48

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" The passion for equality made vain the hope for liberty" , Who said this?

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There are two pillars of democracy Viz. liberty and:

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Civil or Legal equality is a feature of:

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Who said " There can be no identity of treatment and identity of reward so long as men differ in their needs and capacities"?

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Liberty and equality are:

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Which one of the following thinkers interpreted justice as allotment of functions to person in" accordance with his ability and training?

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Which one of the following two types of equalities was emphasized by Barker?

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The dimensions of legal justice are determined by:

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The philosophers of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries emphasized:

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The term ' justice ' has been drawn from the Latin term:

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In the twentieth century greater emphasis was laid on:

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The concept of justice:

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Which one of the following thinkers considered liberty and equality as complementary?

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Who said " Political Liberty without economic equality is a myth"?

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Which one of the following thinkers considered liberty and equality as complementary?

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Who said "Political liberty without economic equality is a myth" ?

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Justice is essentially a:

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Who of the following thinkers took justice as an ethical standard of virtue in social and public relationship?

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Who of the following thinkers maintain that liberty and equality are antagonistic to each other?

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The grant of franchise to women on equal terms with men is assertion of the principle of:

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The view that " Liberty and Equality are incompatible" was expressed by:

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The concept of justice in the sense of ' greatest happiness of the greatest number'  was popularized by:

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The concept of justice in purely economic terms was popularized by:

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Equality before law falls in the category of:

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The concept of justice is applicable only to:

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