d. allocative authority
When the social structure or context leads one to accept that another person’s
commands, direction, or other forms of control over their actions, the person is thought
28. Power and Authority constrain the individual in a _________________ state
29. Which of the following political theorists described life in the state of nature as
“solitary, poor, nasty, brutish and short”?
30. Which of the following theorists asserted that people surrender only those rights
that are absolutely necessary for the government to carry out its primary function?
a. John Locke
b. Anthony Hopkins
c. Karl Marx
d. Sigmund Freud
31. Which of these thinkers believed that if someone does not follow the rules of the
general will, they will be “forced to be free”?
32. Which of the following statements best describes the importance of “the other”?