Quiz3,LockeRousseauGagliardo - b he or she may be forced to...

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QUIZ #3 SS-102 Locke/Rousseau/Gagliardo Prof. Susan Lee 1) The English philosopher John Locke asserted that liberty implied a) continuous freedom from political subordination b) freedom to take any course of action one chooses c) the right to end a government that enslaves the people d) the right to have as much property as the next person 2) Concerning slavery, Rousseau believed that a) victory in war gave a person the right to have slaves b) slavery could be granted as a condition of sparing a life c) slavery was a renunciation of the rights of humanity d) everything a slave had belonged to his master 3) If a person refuses to go along with the “general will,” Rousseau asserts that a) he or she may withdraw from the social contract
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Unformatted text preview: b) he or she may be forced to obey c) only the Sovereign can exempt the person from obedience d) the particular will may prevail 4) Rousseau believed all the following about the general will EXCEPT: a) the general will is always right b) the general will has precedence over anyone’s particular will c) people always recognize that the general will is best for them d) the general will always tends to the public advantage 5) Enlightened absolutism involved all of the following EXCEPT: a) steps to liberate the serfs b) civil rights for religious minorities c) increased power for monarchs d) reduced size of state bureaucracies...
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