Leviathan Quiz 3
1. Why is a sovereign by acquisition as legitimate as a sovereign by institution?
- former comes from fear of other the sovereign; latter comes from fear of other men
- former comes from fear of other men; latter comes from fear of the sovereign
- former and latter come from fear of the sovereign.
- None of the above. It is less legitimate
2. Which of the following is not a way the sovereign attains dominion
- despotical dominion
- paternal dominion
- none of the above
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