To be valid, a contract must meet certain conditions.

  

To be valid, a contract must meet certain conditions. But a key concept of social contract theory (contractualism) seems to stretch or even violate one of those validating conditions.

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Question 2 (1 point)

To be valid, a contract must meet certain conditions.  But a key concept of social contract theory (contractualism) seems to stretch or even violate one of those validating conditions. That condition is:

Question 2 options:

   

Permissible acts

  

Justice

  

Consent

  

Self-interest

Question 3 (1 point)

The “veil of ignorance” is a thought experiment in which people

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are like infants who haven’t learned much yet

  

exist in a state of nature

  

are unsure what will make them happy

  

lack knowledge of their own and others’ traits or   attributes

Question 4 (1 point)

Which is NOT one of the natural rights asserted by John Locke?

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Property

  

Pursuit of happiness

  

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Life

Question 5 (1 point)

John Rawls describes an “Original Position” as:

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Conditions that permit a reasonable choice of basic   principles of social justice

  

A war of every man against every man

  

A state of innocence

  

Our circumstances at birth, or the “natural   lottery”

Question 6 (1 point)

Rights that entitle you to receive benefits, privileges or assistance from another are

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Universal Human Rights

  

Negative rights

  

Charter rights

  

Positive rights

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