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The Questions



to provoke thinking about freedom and rights

  1. Why, in your opinion, does human society need written laws?
    (In other words: what are the laws in writing actually good for, what's their purpose and function)

  2. Have you ever experienced an injustice of any kind in your life?

  3. What do you have to do even if you don't want to?
    1. at home
    2. at school
    3. elsewhere

  4. What would you like to do if you were allowed to?
    1. at home
    2. at school
    3. elsewhere

  5. What do you do even if you are not allowed to?
    1. at home
    2. at school
    3. elsewhere

  6. What, in your opinion, people do wrongly today?

  7. What, in your opinion, are the greatest duties a man/woman should fulfill in his/her life?
    (We mean such duties one feels to be associated with his being a human - duties that may be no part of any legislation.)

  8. Where and under what circumstances do you feel free (experience freedom)?

  9. What are you afraid of?

  10. Do you think people could live without committing crimes and without needing courts and punishments?

    • If you think that people would be able to live so, try to specify the conditions under which this could be achieved.
    • If you think people wouldn't be able to live so, try to write why.

  11. What is your personal idea of a successful life?
    (By successful life we mean such a life one is satisfied with.)

  12. What, in your opinion, has changed in our country since November 1989?

(The questions need to be explained and commented on before students start to reply.)

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