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Question 1: It is often described as the ________ application of the art and science of politics defined as "who gets what, when and how", leaving out of the picture most of the "why".

Question 2: Other important figures in American politics who participated in the Enlightenment were ________ and Thomas Jefferson.
John AdamsGouverneur MorrisThomas MifflinBenjamin Franklin

Question 3: Among the best known Roman Stoics were Roman philosopher Seneca and the Roman emperor ________.
Lucius VerusHadrianTrajanMarcus Aurelius

Question 4: [1] Political science has several subfields, including: political theory, public policy, national politics, ________, and comparative politics.
International relationsPolitical philosophyFederalismIdeology

Question 5: During the ________, Machiavelli established the emphasis of modern political science on direct empirical observation of political institutions and actors.
Italian RenaissanceItalian Renaissance arts and cultureItalyItalian Wars

Question 6: According to Locke, an absolute ruler as proposed by Hobbes is unnecessary, for ________ is based on reason and equality, seeking peace and survival for man.
Immanuel KantNatural lawThomas AquinasGeorg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel

Question 7: Principles similar to those that dominated the material sciences could be applied to society as a whole, originating the ________.
PseudoscienceSocial sciencesScientific methodNatural science

Question 8: Ancient China was home to several competing schools of political thought, most of which arose in the ________.
Spring and Autumn PeriodZhou DynastyQin (state)Warring States Period

Question 9: Political science is a late arrival in terms of ________.
Scientific methodSocial sciencesPseudoscienceNatural science

Question 10: [14] Increasingly, political scientists have used the ________ to create an intellectual discipline based on the generation of formal models used to derive testable hypotheses followed by empirical verification.
PseudoscienceScientific methodRelationship between religion and scienceScience


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