1. Who says that 'the identification of law in every system necessarily involves moral judgements'?
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2. 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
3. What is the service conception of authority?
- Authority provides a service by giving us reasons to act
- Authority uses the Law to service the public good
- Authority provides a service by enforcing public standards of conduct
- Authority service the moral interests of society
4. Hart disputes Dworkin's views on morality being controversial by claiming that...?
- Moral tests can provide public standards of conduct and some moral questions are easy
- Morality is a universal view which cannot be disputed
- People's ideas of what is moral differ in society
- Moral questions never have a correct answer
5. According to Raz, what is inconsistent with the nature of law?
- Procedurally defective law
- Moral tests
- The separability thesis
- Judge-made law