MCQs Of Political Science Part III

1 Plato’s ideal empire is based on

Justice

2 Plato divided population into how many classes?

Three

3 The three classes of population based on Plato’s theory are

Auxiliaries, Guardians and Producers

4 The function of Auxiliaries in Plato’s ideal state is

To rule the state

5 The function of Guardians in Plato’s ideal state is

Military function

6 The function of Producers in Plato’s ideal state is

Laboring/Work

7 In Plato’s theory of ideal state, members of each three classes are

Bound to stay in their class

8 Plato called state as an

Organism

9 As for Plato difference in men and women capabilities is of ________ not of _________.

Quantity, Quality

10 Plato was born on

May 7, 427 B.C.

11 Plato died in

347 B.C.

12 Aristotle was born on

March 7, 384 B.C.

13 Aristotle was the student of

Plato

14 Aristotle died in

322 B.C.

15 Aristotle was the teacher of

Alexander the Great

16 The History of Animals is written by

Aristotle

17 Machiavelli was born on

May 3, 1469 AD

18 Machiavelli was born in

Florence, Italy

19 The full name of Machiavelli was

Niccolò di Bernardo dei Machiavelli

20 The Mandrake is written by

Machiavelli

 

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21 Machiavelli died on

June 20, 1527

22 Machiavelli died in

Florence, Italy

23 Machiavelli was an

Italian diplomat and philosopher

24 Immanuel Kant was born

April 22, 1724

25 Immanuel Kant was a

German philosopher

26 Immanuel Kant died on

February 12. 1804

27 Montesquieu was born on

January 18, 1689

28 Montesquieu was born in

La Brede, France

29 The full name of Montesquieu was

Baron de La Brède et de Montesquieu

30 By profession, Montesquieu was a

Judge

31 Montesquieu was a

French Philosopher

32 Montesquieu died on

February 10, 1755

33 Montesquieu died in

Paris, France

34 The famous political theory of Montesquieu is

Theory of Separation of Powers

35 According to Montesquieu, liberty lost if the ________ powers are not separated.

Three

36 Montesquieu is also called

Aristotle of the 18th Century

37 Thomas Hobbes was born on

April 5, 1588

38 Thomas Hobbes was

An English philosopher

39 Thomas Hobbes died on

December 4, 1679

40 According to Thomas Hobbes, men’s desire for power ends with

Death

41 John Locke was born on

August 29, 1632

42 John Locke is also called

Father of Liberalism

43 John Locke was an

English philosopher and physician

44 John Locke died on

October 2, 1704

45 Rousseau was born on

June 28, 1712

46 Rousseau was born in

Geneva, Switzerland

47 The full name of Rousseau was

Jean-Jacques Rousseau

48 Pygmalion is written by

Rousseau

49 The most influential political theory of Rousseau is

Theory of General Will

50 Rousseau died on

July 2, 1778

51 Rousseau died in

France

52 Kant opposed

Democracy

53 J.S. Mill was born on

May 20, 106

54 The full name of Mill was

John Stuart Mill

55 By profession Mill was a

Civil Servant

56 J.S. Mill was an

English philosopher

57 J.S. Mill died on

May 8, 1873

58 J.S. Mill was born in

United Kingdom

59 J.S. Mill died in

France

60 Jeremy Bentham was born on

February 15, 1748

61 Bentham was an

English philosopher and reformer

62 Bentham is also called as

The founder of Modern Utilitarianism

63 Bentham died on

June 6, 1832

64 Theory of Punishment is the work of

Bentham

65 Hegel was born on

August 27, 1770

66 Hegel was a

German philosopher

67 Full name of Hegel was

Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

68 Hegel died on

November 14, 1831

69 An important figure of German idealism was

Hegel

70 Karl Marx was born on

May 5, 1818

71 Marx was born in

Trier, Germany

72 Marx died on

March 14, 1883

73 Marx died in

London, United Kingdom

74 Marx was buried on

March 17, 1883

75 Marx was a

German Jewish philosopher

76 Karl Marx is the founder of

Modern Socialism

77 Marx developed the theory of

Surplus-Value

78 The full name of Al Farabi was

Abu Nasr Muhammad bin Muhammad bin Tarkhan al Farabi

79 Al Farabi was the

First Muslim Philosopher

80 Al Farabi was the pupil of the Christian savant

Abu Bishr Matta bin Younus

81 Al Farabi was born in

(Wasij) Farab, Transoxanian

82 Al Farabi is also called

Al Mualim Al Thani (The Second Teacher)

83 Al Farabi died in

950 AD in Damascus, Syria

84 Al Mawardi was born in

Basra, Iraq

85 Full name of Al Mawardi was

Abu al-Hasan Ali Ibn Muhammad Ibn Habib al-Mawardi

86 In Latin language, Al Mawardi is known as

Alboacen

87Al Mawardi died on

May 27, 1058

88 Al Mawardi died in

Baghdad, Iraq

89 Al Mawardi had performed the duty of

Qazi ul Quzat

90 Al Mawardi was conferred a honorific title

Aqdal-Quat (The Supreme Justice)

91 One of the famous books of Al M awardi is

Al Ahkam at Sultaniyah (The Ordinance of government)

92 Another famous book of Al Mawardi is

Nasihat-ul-Muluk (Advice to Kings)

93 The Discipline of Religious and Wordly Matters is another very famous book of

Al Mawardi

94 Ibn Rushud was born on

April 14, 1126

95 Ibn Rushud was born in

Cordoba, Spain

96 Full name of Ibn Rushd was

Abu al Walid Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Rushd

97 In Latin language Ibn Rushd is called

Averroes

98 Ibn Rushd died on

December 10, 1198

99 Ibn Rushd died in

Marrakesh, Morocco

100 Ibn Rushd was an

Andalusian philosopher and thinker

 

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