EXAM 1 - INTEGRATIVE SOCIAL SCIENCE 315 QUIZ 1 Fall 2007...

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INTEGRATIVE SOCIAL SCIENCE 315 NAME ___________________________________________ QUIZ 1, Fall 2007 Professor Handrick STUDENT NUMBER _______________________________ FORM A 1. The examination consists of 40 objective questions. Do not omit any. 2. Sign your name and write in your student number in the upper right hand corner of the test booklet. 3. Be sure to fill in information regarding your name and student number on the answer sheets. 4. Double marked items will be scored wrong. Your score will be the number of items marked correctly. 5. Choose the single best answer to each question. 1. In which of the following countries does the constitution renounce war as a sovereign right of the nation and the threat or use of force as means of settling international disputes? A) Japan B) Great Britain C) France D) Russia 2. According to Mark Lilla’s article “Politics of God”, the Great Separation was a product of a unique historic moment. Which of the following describes this moment? A) Wars among Christians and Jews during the Middle Ages B) Disagreements on the nature of God among Muslim and Jews during the Middle Ages in the Middle East C) Religious wars between different Christians sects in Europe D) World War I and World War II 3. According to Mark Lilla’s article “Politics of God”, ____________, planted a seed, a thought that it might be possible to build legitimate political institutions without grounding them on divine revelations: A) Jean-Jacques Rousseau B) Thomas Hobbes C) John Locke D) Protestant liberal theologians 4. According to Mark Lilla’s article “Politics of God”, John’s Locke argued for a political order in which, among others: A) Messianic theology eventually breeds messianic politics B) Power must be consolidated in the hands of one man C) There must be only one dominant religion in the country D) Power should be limited, divided and widely shared and that different religions would be allowed to flourish, free from state interference 5. Bernard Lewis in his article “Islam and Liberal Democracy” argues that: A) Liberal democracy has its roots in Islamic traditions B) Liberal democracy has it origins in Confucianism C) Liberal democracy has it origin in various non-Western cultural traditions D) Liberal democracy is in its origin a product of the West 6. Bernard Lewis in his article “Islam and Liberal Democracy” argues that modernization in the 19 th and 20 th century: A) Has left unchanged the autocracy in the Islamic states B) Has substantially increased the autocratic power in the Islamic states C) Has substantially decreased the power of autocrats in the Middle East D) Has weakened the rulers’ power of surveillance, indoctrination and repression 7. Bernard Lewis in his article “The Roots of Muslim Rage” argues that the principle of separation of Church and State was first given the force of law in: A) Western Europe B) Soviet Union C) United States D) Middle East 8. Bernard Lewis in his article “The Roots of Muslim Rage” argues that the West is distinct from all other civilizations with regard
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EXAM 1 - INTEGRATIVE SOCIAL SCIENCE 315 QUIZ 1 Fall 2007...

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