University of Pittsburgh, Summer Term 1997
Philosophy 0330: Political Philosophy
Ben Eggleston, Instructor

Third Quiz, Make-up no. 1

June 10, 1997

On the front of this sheet of paper, answer each of the following questions. Provide a distinct answer for each question, numbering your answers as you proceed. Your answers will be graded according to preciseness as well as accuracy. Before turning in your quiz, fold this sheet of paper in half, lengthwise (i.e., so that the crease goes from top to botton, down the middle), and write your name on the back. Only answers written on the front will influence your grade, and nothing written on the front should reveal your identity.

  1. According to Locke, what is the main command of the law of nature?
  2. According to Locke, under what circumstances is it permissible to compromise a personís property rights for purposes of taxation?
  3. According to Hume, for what purpose do human beings endeavor to establish political society?
  4. What is Humeís reply to the claim that people who remain in a country show that they consent to the way it is being ruled?
  5. What does Vere say will happen if Billyís case is not judged strictly according to martial law?