Why Should I Be Governed

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1. Define: Civil Disobedience

  • A public, violent, conscientious yet political act that breaks a law usually done to create a change in a law
  • A public, non-violent, conscientious yet political act that breaks a law usually done to create a change in a law
  • A public, non-violent, conscientious yet political act that DOES NOT break a law usually done to create a change in a law
  • A public, violent, conscientious yet political act that DOES NOT break a law
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2. According to Hume, consent requires what?

  • Choice
  • A leader
  • The SON
  • Projects

3. Locke said morality comes from God in the SON. How would one criticise this view?

  • No criticism is needed
  • If morlaity comes from God, God needs to be proven to exist
  • If morality comes from God, humans must be free
  • If morality comes from God, we must have natural rights

4. Hume believes ANY revolution to be problematic - True or False?

  • True
  • False
  • Neither, he agrees with revolution but not certin types of dissent

5. Plato believes society is based on knowledge?

  • Yes! True!
  • No, false.
  • He doesn't say either way

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