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1103 exam #1 1. MaxWeber argued that a. if a society is to advance into a more modern and complex structure it must be governed by rational law. b. social solidarity was either mechanical or organic. c. the state of nature was a time of harmony d. substantive rationality was the key to understanding complex societies. 2. Culture is a. composed of ideas and values b. learned and socially transmitted behaviors c. is the totality of learned, socially transmitted behavior, ideas, values, customs, artifacts and technology of groups of people d. the belief that all animals are the same. 3. Beliefs are a. ideas that we have about how the world operates and what is true and false b. composed of ideas and values c. always about values and norms d. there same as values and norms 4. Values are a. more general and abstract than beliefs b. developed by the time a child has reached four years of age c. basically the same across cultures and time d. very close to what philosophers call language 5. Positivist law is everything below except a. it is socially constructed b. it is morally relativistic c. it deals with how law ought to be rather than as it is. d. it distinguishes between law and morality 6. Hammurabi was known for a. the elaborate pyramids that he built b. his agreement with the ideas of John Locke c. his development of the first legal code d. his ideas about nature law 7. The administration of law under Hammurabi a. was reserved for law enforcement b. was the exclusive domain of the priesthood c. was rather loosely configured and largely ineffective d. was exercised by the correctional authorities 8. Plato is best known contribution to philosophy was 1
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a. his concept of natural law b. his concept of parens patriae c. his theory of forms d. is theory of false consciousness 9. John Locke a. felt that humans enjoyed freedom and independence in the state of nature b. felt that people had to surrender their liberty to live in a political state c. felt that government needed to restrain individuals to prevent chaos in society
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This note was uploaded on 09/05/2011 for the course CJ 103 taught by Professor Cluphf during the Spring '11 term at Boise State.

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