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N arne of the Course : B.A. (Hons.) Political Science


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Name of the Paper Classical Political Philosophy

Semester I Annual Vth Semester


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Time : 3 Hours Maximum Marks : 7 5


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Instructions for Candidates


1. Write your Roll No. on the top immediately on receipt of this question paper.
2. Attempt any four questions.
3. Atleast one question from Section-A is compulsory.
4. All questions carry equal marks.
5. Answers may be written either in English or in Hindi; but the same medium should
be used throughout the paper.

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1. Critically evaluate the various approaches to the study of political philosophy.

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2. Discuss the challenges of interpreting a text according to Terrence Ball.

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3. Critically examine Plato's theory of communism of family and property.

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4. Discuss the rationalist vision of Plato as brought out in his theory of Philosopher
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5. Critically examine Aristotle's views on slavery.

6. Evaluate the main features of statecraft detailed in Machiavelli's 'Prince'.

7. 'Machiavelli is a child of Renaissance'. In light of this statement discuss Machiavelli


as the first modern political thinker.

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8. Write short notes on any two of the following:


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(a) Feminist approach to the study of Political Philosophy


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(c) Aristotle on Citizenship


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(d) Machiavelli's views on Human nature

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