Lecturer & Subject Specialist Political Science Test No. 59

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Test NameLecturer Political Science
SubjectPolitical Science Test 59
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100
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Lecturer Political Science Online Test No. 59

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The main emphasis of liberalism is on:

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The libertarians among the neo-liberals are opposed to:

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Who among the following based liberalism on the primacy of rights?

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The most outstanding contemporary advocate of libertarianism is :

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Which one of the following is not a tenet of Liberalism?

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Cultural liberalism is based on:

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The philosopher who has transformed classical liberalism into a kind of welfarism in modern times is:

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Early liberalism stood for:

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One of the following first expressed the principles of liberalism:

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One of the following insists on ' proletarian hegemony':

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What distinguishes modern liberalism from the classical one is:

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Classical liberalism lays emphasis on:

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One of the following has given the Non- Marxist meaning to ideology:

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The main argument of Adam Smith in the Wealth of Nations was:

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Montesquieu is known for the following:

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One of the following was the first to give ideology a negative condition:

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A liberal, by conviction, believes in:

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Who has described the third world as ideology?

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Which one of the following is not a principal postulate of liberal movement?

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The utilitarian foundation of Liberalism has been criticized from the viewpoint of Kantian ethics by:

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Who said that liberalism is a habit of mind no less than a political creed or doctrine?

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Who among the following argued that the powers of the government have to be ultimately justified on the consent of the people?

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Liberalism's roots go back to:

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The following is known to have described the meaning of ideology first of all:

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The most essential principle of liberalism is:

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