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Explain why “the divine right of kings” clashes with the idea of a social contract.
Weegy: The divine right of kings is the idea that rulers have been appointed by god to rule on earth, used in the middle ages to justify the privileges of the high nobility. [ The social contract is an idea by several Enlightenment philosophers that rulers have obligations to their people, most importantly the consent of the governed but sometimes also basic necessities like food. If the rulers break this 'social contract' then their people no longer owe their king obedience- they can rebel and replace him with someone who will follow the contract. So the difference between the two ideas is to who rulers are accountable to- in the divine right, the ruler answers only to god, but in the social contract he has some obligations to his people. ] (More)
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All of the following are important elements of common law EXCEPT __________. A. setting precedents B. looking at previous court cases C. limiting the ability of the government D. creating codes that cover a large variety of laws and penalties
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All of the following are important elements of common law EXCEPT looking at previous court cases.
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Which of the following choices is NOT an example of a sentence error? A. run-on B. fragment C. comma splice D. independent clause
Weegy: D. Independent clause is NOT an example of a sentence error. (More)
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Which of the following best defines the word “jurisprudence”? A. a lawyer B. the study of law C. a set of Roman laws D. equal rights
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The study of law best defines the word “jurisprudence.”
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