Political Science MCQs for Lecturer PPSC FPSC KKPSC Test 21

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Test Instructions:-
Test NameLecturer Political Science
SubjectLecturer Political Science Test 21
Test TypeMCQs
Total Questions25
Total Time20 Minutes
Total Marks100

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Lecturer of Political Science Online Test No. 21

1 / 25

One of the following is true about the welfare state:

2 / 25

Political system has been defined as " that system of interactions in any society through which binding or authoritative allocations are made and implemented”. who said so?

3 / 25

For the juridical nature of the state, the following is not true?

4 / 25

The function of the state is not to permote morality but to remove obstacles from the way of good life. The  above view it's attributed to:

5 / 25

One of the following is not an advocate of organic theory of the nature of the state:

6 / 25

With which one of the following can the organic conception of the state be associated?

7 / 25

Which one of the following theories of the functions of state holds that liberty is not the end of all human associations but it is merely a means for the realization of the fullness of individual life?

8 / 25

For the following group of philosophers, the state is a legal person:

9 / 25

Hegel's state grew in the following order:

10 / 25

One of the following statements with regard to the state is correct:

11 / 25

The most important function of the welfare state is the creation of conditions which ensure:

12 / 25

" with the causes of exploitation of class by class removed, with the abolition of classes, the state will, therefore, inevitably wither away":

13 / 25

One of the following is the statement given by Plato with regard to the state:

14 / 25

The legal notion of state has found expression in the writings of:

15 / 25

The difference principle in the Rawlsian theory of liberal welfare state is derived from:

16 / 25

" The state is a necessary evil". This statement refers to the:

17 / 25

Which one of the following theories held the view that the state is a product and manifestation of the irreconcilability of class antagnoism?

18 / 25

Which one of the following indicates a relationship between inputs and outputs of a political system?

19 / 25

The dictum that the state is individual writ large implies:

20 / 25

Theorists who believe that " state is an association of associations " are best described as:

21 / 25

Who among the following explained the views of T.H. Green on state as " human consciousness postulates liberty, liberty involves rights and rights demand the state?"

22 / 25

The welfare state is essentially a synthesis of:

23 / 25

Aristotle's dictum " the state is prior to the individual" implies:

24 / 25

Who has described the state as "a partnership in all sciences, a partnership in all arts, a partnership in every virtue and in all perfection?

25 / 25

The following group of philosophers wrote the book Republic:

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