Lecturer Political Science Solved MCQs Practice Test No. 21

1- Conception of negative liberty emphasis:

A). Freedom of choice

B). Absence of interference✔️

C). Autonomy

D). Self- direction

2- The positive theory of liberty was advocated by:

A). John Stuart Mill

B). T.H.Green✔️

C). Isaiah Berlin

D). Karl Popper

3- Which of the following is the doctrine of positive liberty?

A). Freedom is  self- realisation✔️

B). Freedom is the absence of restraint

C). Freedom is the fulfillment of desire

D). Freedom is power to do whatever one wants

4- The concept as ‘ forced freedom’ was first enunciated by:

A). Hobbes

B). Locke

C). Rousseau✔️

D). T.H.Green

5-Who among the following drew a line between self- regarding and others- regarding activities of the individual?

A). J.S.Mill✔️

B). T.H. Green

C). Isaiah Berlin

D). Bentham

6- Who among the following thinkers posited the antithesis of equality and liberty?

A). Lord Action✔️

B). Harold Laski

C). T.H.Green

D). R.H. Tawney

7- From which of the following does a growing infringement on liberty of citizens emanate?

A). A centralized bureaucratic state✔️

B). Coalition government

C). Devolution of power

D). Affirmative action

8- The following reject the idea of welfare rights:

A). Liberals

B). Neo-liberals✔️

C). Pluralists

D). Fabians

9- The following is known as the charter of liberties:

A). Bill of Rights

B). Petition of Rights

C). Magna Carta✔️

D). None of these

10- Which of the following belongs to the third generation of rights?

A). Right to life

B). Right to property

C). Right to rest and leisure

D). Right to enjoy a pollution- free environment✔️

11- Human Rights have numerous features; one of them is not the feature:

A). Universality

B). Nationality✔️

C). Practicability

D). None of these

12- The following is an advocate of the republican notion of liberty:

A). Machiavelli✔️

B). Hegel

C). Mill

D). T.H.Green

13- Positive liberty means:

A). Freedom from Chains

B). Freedom from slavery

C). Freedom from bondage

D).  Freedom as autonomy✔️

14- One of the following is an advocate of negative liberty:

A). Montesquieu✔️

B). Rousseau

C). Kant

D). Marx

15- One of the following is an advocate of positive liberty:

A). Hobbes

B). Sidgwick

C). Rousseau✔️

D). Mill

16- Who among the following thinkers formulated the concept of positive and negative liberty?

A). Karl Marx

B). C.B.Macpherson

C). Isaiah Berlin✔️

D). Rawls

17-The subjection of Women was written by Mill in collaboration with his:

A). Father

B). Mother

C). Wife✔️

D). Daughter

18- One of the following is not the work written by Isaiah Berlin:

A). Karl Marx

B). Four Essays on Liberty

C). Freedom✔️

D). Against Current

19- Equality as rewards refers to desert as:

A). What is due to a person✔️

B).What a person’s need are

C).What a person has contributed

D).None of the above

20- The doctrine of proportionate equality was propounded by:

A). Aristotle✔️

B). Rousseau

C). Marx

D).Rawls

21- Who expressed the view that ” equality is unnatural and undesirable”?

A). Plato

B). Aristotle✔️

C). Hegel

D). Hobbes

22- Which one of the following types of equality is not compatible with the liberal notion of equality?

A). Legal equality

B). Political equality

C). Social equality

D). Economic equality✔️

23- Who among the following thinkers held the view that equality and liberty are antithetical?

A). Lord Action✔️

B). Karl Marx

C). Harold Laski

D). G.D.H.Cole

24- One of the following is an advocate of proportional equality:

A). Plato

B). Aristotle✔️

C). Marx

D). T.H.Green

25- Political equality demands:

A). Monarchy

B). Aristocracy

C). Democracy✔️

D). Autocracy

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