1. According to Dworkin, what is controversial?
- Judges using their own judgements instead of legal rules to decide cases
- The claim that laws do not have to be moral
- Having a moral criteria of legal validity
- The way in which laws are made
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2. According to Raz, authority is justified if...?
- We are likely to comply with reasons that apply to us if we obey authority
- Laws are made by the sovereign and not judges
- The merits of a rule are examined and found to be moral
- Laws are prospective and not retrospective
3. What do Inclusive Positivists say about the rule of recognition?
- It changes with time
- There are no boundaries on it
- It must be moral
- It cannot always be moral
4. Who said that the validity of Law comes from a chain of unbroken norms?
5. How do Exclusive Positivists believe that Law can be shown to possess legitimate authority?
- By having no boundaries on the rule of recognition
- By only being made by democratically elected people
- By being presented as the law-makers view of how to behave
- By adhering to moral criterias of validity