A.The state is an association of families and their common possessions, governed by a supreme power and by reason.
B.The state is a union of families and villages having for its end a perfect and self-sufficing life.
C.The state is a particular portion of mankind viewed as an organized unit
D.The state is a politically organised community with a definite territory.
A.Aristotle, Plato, Hobbes and Bentham
B.Bodin, Hobbes, Bentham and Laski
C.Bodin, Austin, Hobbes, Bentham
D.Aristotle, Austin, Laki and Hobbes
A.The state alone has the right to make laws
B.The laws existed prior to the creation of the state, and state was created for the preservation of these laws
C.All the laws enacted by the state must be approved by the people before they are enforced
D.The states make laws for the maintenance of law and order and protection of rights
A.It emphasizes only the negative functions of states
B.It over-emphasizes the role of the law in the governance of the state
C.It subordinates the laws, which represent cumulated wisdom of several generations, to te will of the people
D.Of all the above factors