HW- Kant the state - Question 1 1 Kant claims that Answer...

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Question 1 1. Kant claims that: Answer Independence is a requirement for having the right to vote. The sovereign ought to have discretion about who has the right to vote. People who depend on others for their preservation should still have the right to vote. Everyone should have the right to vote. 1 points Question 2 1. Kant claims that: Answer Only the sovereign (legislative) authority and the executive authority should be held by different people. The sovereign (legislative) authority, the executive authority and the judicial authority should all be held by the same person. Only the sovereign (legislative) authority and the judicial authority should be held by different people. The sovereign (legislative authority, the executive authority and the judicial authority should each be held by different people. 1 points Question 3 1. Kant claims that: Answer No one should be subjected to coercion by external laws.
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Unformatted text preview: No one should be subjected to coercion by external laws. People may be coerced by external laws and still be free. The state should coerce people because they are immature and need guidance like children. The state should coerce people for the sake of their own happiness. 1 points Question 4 1. Kant claims that members of the commonwealth: Answer are equal in that they should each have equal possessions. should be kept unequal for the sake of their own happiness. should be kept unequal through hereditary prerogatives. are equal in that they each have coercive rights against other members of the commonwealth. 1 points Question 5 1. Kant claims that the original contract: Answer is irrelevant to the justification of the commonwealth is an idea of reason should not guide legislators was entered into in a recorded moment in history...
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