Lecturer Political Science MCQs Past Papers and Test No. 32

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Test Instructions:-
Test Name Lecturer Political Science
Subject Lecturer Pol Science Test 32
Test Type MCQs
Total Questions 25
Total Time 20 Minutes
Total Marks 100

You have 20 minutes to pass to the quiz.

Lecturer of Political Science Online Test No. 32

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The state of nature, according to Rousseau, was:

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Which one of the followings is accepted as the true theory of the origin of state?

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Rousseau advocated his theory of social contact in the book:

4 / 25

Who out of the followings made out a case for absolute monarchy:

5 / 25

Rousseau borrowed the concept of absolute sovereignty from:

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The view that the state arose not as the creator of law but the interpreter and enforcer of customs was expressed by:

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The contract envisaged by Rousseau was:

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Which one of the following thinkers is connected with the concept of 'General Will':

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Under Rousseau's contract:

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The social contract theory of Rousseau is:

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The social contract theory paved the way for:

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The "General Will" means:

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The General Will is:

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Rousseau's social contract theory exercised immense influence on:

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According to Locke the government was created for the purpose of:

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The General Will is:

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Rousseau hailed from:

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According to Rousseau the two instincts which governed the action of man in the state of nature were:

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The principle of 'public good' was borrowed by Rousseau from:

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The two important factors which according to Rousseau compelled the people to leave the state of nature and create the state were:

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Locke's sovereign was:

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Who said that " Man is born free, and everywhere he is in chains"?

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The social contract theory replaced:

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The General Will, according to Rousseau is:

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Rousseau was an advocate of:

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