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Some people argue that inequality is natural while others maintain that it is equality which is natural and the inequalities which we notice around us are created by society. Which view do you support? Give reasons.

[0.0203] Equality
Chapter: [0.0203] Equality
Concept: What is Equality

What does it mean to give each person his/her due? How has the meaning of “giving each his due” changed over time?

[0.0204] Social Justice
Chapter: [0.0204] Social Justice
Concept: What is Justice

Briefly discuss the three principles of justice outlined in the chapter. Explain each with examples.

[0.0204] Social Justice
Chapter: [0.0204] Social Justice
Concept: What is Justice

Does the principle of considering the special needs of people conflict with the principle of equal treatment for all?

[0.0204] Social Justice
Chapter: [0.0204] Social Justice
Concept: What is Justice

What are rights and why are they important?

[0.020499999999999997] Rights
Chapter: [0.020499999999999997] Rights
Concept: What Are Rights

What are the bases on which claims to rights can be made?

[0.020499999999999997] Rights
Chapter: [0.020499999999999997] Rights
Concept: What Are Rights

Citizenship as full and equal membership of a political community involves both rights and obligations. Which rights could citizens expect to enjoy in most democratic state today? What kind of obligation will they have to their state and fellow citizens?

[0.0206] Citizenship
Chapter: [0.0206] Citizenship
Concept: What is Citizenship

All citizens may be granted equal rights but all may not be able to equally exercise them. Explain.

[0.0206] Citizenship
Chapter: [0.0206] Citizenship
Concept: What is Citizenship

How is a nation different from other forms of collective belonging?

[0.0207] Nationalism
Chapter: [0.0207] Nationalism
Concept: Introducing Nationalism

Which of the following do you feel are compatible with the idea of secularism? Give reasons.

(a) Absence of domination of one religious group by another.

(b) Recognition of a state religion.

(c) Equal state support to all religions.

(d) Mandatory prayers in schools.

(e) Allowing separate educational institutions for any minority community.

(f) Appointment of temple management bodies by the government.

(g) Intervention of state to ensure entry of Dalits in temples.

[0.0208] Secularism
Chapter: [0.0208] Secularism
Concept: What is Secularism

Why is it necessary for a country to have a clear demarcation of powers and responsibilities in the constitution? What would happen in the absence of such a demarcation?

[0.011000000000000001] Constitution Why and How and Philosophy of the Constitution
Chapter: [0.011000000000000001] Constitution Why and How and Philosophy of the Constitution
Concept: Why Do We Need Constitution

What do you understand by secularism? Can it be equated with religious tolerance?

[0.0208] Secularism
Chapter: [0.0208] Secularism
Concept: What is Secularism

Do you agree with the following statement? Give reasons for supporting or opposing it.

Secularism does not allow us to have a religious identity.

[0.0208] Secularism
Chapter: [0.0208] Secularism
Concept: What is Secularism

Do you agree with the following statement? Give reasons for supporting or opposing it.

Secularism is against inequality within a religious group or between different religious groups.

[0.0208] Secularism
Chapter: [0.0208] Secularism
Concept: What is Secularism

Do you agree with the following statement? Give reasons for supporting or opposing it.

Secularism has a western-Christian origin. It is not suitable for India.

[0.0208] Secularism
Chapter: [0.0208] Secularism
Concept: What is Secularism

Do you think that a change towards a peaceful world, needs a change in the way people think? Can mind promote peace and is it enough to focus only on the human mind?

[0.0209] Peace
Chapter: [0.0209] Peace
Concept: What is Peace

Peace can be best realised when there is freedom, equality, and justice. Do you agree?

[0.0209] Peace
Chapter: [0.0209] Peace
Concept: What is Peace

What do you understand by the term development? Would all sections of society benefit from such a definition of development?

[0.021] Development
Chapter: [0.021] Development
Concept: What is Development

Write true or false against the following statement:
The Constitution guarantees remedy against violation of Rights.

[0.012] Rights in the Indian Constitution
Chapter: [0.012] Rights in the Indian Constitution
Concept: Importance of Rights

Which of the following is a correct interpretation of the Cultural and Educational Rights?

[0.012] Rights in the Indian Constitution
Chapter: [0.012] Rights in the Indian Constitution
Concept: Importance of Rights
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