The Social Contract theory and the Natural Rights of Man are political philosophes

| April 14, 2018

I.
Select a word from the following list and fill it in to the appropriate blank
in the following sentences. Each
question is worth 6 points, total 60%

Aristotle, Cicero, Thomas Hobbes,
John Locke, John Stuart Mill, Thomas Paine, Plato, Rousseau, Saint Augustine,
Saint Thomas Aquinas, Socrates.

Absolutism, Anarchy, Autocracy,
Capitalism, Command economy, Communism,
Idealism, Justice, Monarchy,
Natural Law, Philosopher Kings, Political economy, Realism,
Republic, Social contract,
Socialism, Utilitarianism. Wisdom. Constitutional Powers,

The Republic, Politics, Leviathan, Utilitarianism,
Summa Theologica, Social Contract, 2nd Treatise,

1. The argument of Plato’s _________________ is a search for
___________________as the basis of the city or State.

2. In Plato’s city and state or
city/state, ____________________is a virtue that must be found in the ­­­­­­­­­­­­­­____________________.

3. Aristotle was a
_________________________wrote __________________________.

4. The multi armed Sea Monster is the concept
image in______________________ written by _______________________.

5. The philosopher to bridge the
gap between political Realism and Catholic Theology was
_____________________________ in his work ________________________.

6. An economy completely controlled by the
government is called a _____________________ and is the basis of
______________________.

7. John Stuart Mill wrote__________________that advocated
______________________________.

8.
An Agreement of the people on government policies is a _______ Contract
advocated by ____________ in his writing __________________

9. Man is his natural state is vicious and
unruly according to ____________________ in description of ___________________

10.
_______________________________ is the economic policy that is least controlled
by a Command Economy.

II.Short
Think piece 40% Short paragraph, or, two or three, sentence answers

The Social Contract theory and the Natural
Rights of Man are political philosophes we have studied.
1.Define Social Contract theory and include
names of thinkers who advocated this policy.

2.Define Natural Rights of Man and include
names of thinkers who advocated this policy.

3. In your opinion, has either of these of
these theories influenced the policies advocated in current (2016) presidential
debates? Give examples. If they have been ignored, say that too.

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