1. Why is Inclusive Positivism not a threat to the separability thesis?
- It says that law and morality are necessarily linked
- It does not say a link between law and morality is impossible, just unnecessary.
- It says that law and morality can never be separate
- It says that it is desirable for there to be separation between law and morality
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2. According to Hart, what should judges consider as 'reason in itself to obey laws'?
- They help maintain the structure of society
- The fact that a law is moral
- The fact that Parliament enacted the provision
- They are standards of conduct
3. According to Raz, authority is justified if...?
- Laws are prospective and not retrospective
- We are likely to comply with reasons that apply to us if we obey authority
- The merits of a rule are examined and found to be moral
- Laws are made by the sovereign and not judges
4. Inclusive Positivism disagrees that legal reasoning is purely...?
5. According to Hart, what are legal standards determined by?
- Historical sources
- Reliable public standards of conduct
- Conformity to conventionally accepted criteria of legal validity
- A chain of unbroken norms linking back to the grundnorm