1. How do Exclusive Positivists believe that Law can be shown to possess legitimate authority?
- By adhering to moral criterias of validity
- By being presented as the law-makers view of how to behave
- By only being made by democratically elected people
- By having no boundaries on the rule of recognition
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2. Which view of law do Exclusive Positivists take?
- Moral view
- Rulebook view
- Plain-fact view
- Rights view
3. Hart disputes Dworkin's views on morality being controversial by claiming that...?
- Moral questions never have a correct answer
- Morality is a universal view which cannot be disputed
- Moral tests can provide public standards of conduct and some moral questions are easy
- People's ideas of what is moral differ in society
4. Who says that 'the identification of law in every system necessarily involves moral judgements'?
5. According to Hart, what are legal standards determined by?
- Historical sources
- Conformity to conventionally accepted criteria of legal validity
- A chain of unbroken norms linking back to the grundnorm
- Reliable public standards of conduct