HW-Kant right to revolution - Question 1 1 Kant claims...

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Question 1 1. Kant claims: Answer If citizens discover that the state was founded unjustly, they are permitted to revolt. Citizens should obey only if they know the origins of the state. If the state was founded without an actual contract, citizens are permitted to revolt. Citizens should not look into the origins of the state. 1 points Question 2 1. Kant claims that if a revolution succeeds and a new state is established: Answer citizens are returned to the state of nature. citizens have an obligation to obey the new state. citizens should obey the new state only if it is better than the last one. citizens should never obey the new state. 1 points Question 3 1. Kant claims that: Answer Unhappiness is always a legitimate ground for revolution. People may revolt only if they know that they would be happier in the state of nature. People must continue to obey even if legislation is detrimental to their happiness.
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Unformatted text preview: People may revolt only if they know that another state would make them happier. 1 points Question 4 1. Kant claims that: Answer People have to decide for themselves whether abuses of power are grave enough to merit resistance. Revolution is sometimes justified in cases of abuse of power. Even if the head of state violates the original contract, subjects are not permitted to resist. Revolution is always justified in cases of abuse of power. 1 points Question 5 1. Kant claims that: Answer Citizens should never criticize the state. Citizens should be forbidden from publicly criticizing the state. Citizens should be permitted to discuss their criticisms of the state only privately. Citizens should be authorized to criticize the state publicly....
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