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    58 optimism, 50 faith, and 81 logic.

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    Spiritualist
    61 optimism, 63 faith, and 52 logic!
    Spiritualists rely on faith more than anything else. They will always believe in a supernatural power over scientific reasoning. Although they may worship different deities (God, Allah, Buddah, Zeus, and so on), the underlying philosophy is the same. Most spiritualists will seek higher answers in religious works, rather than philosophical reflection, and they tend to be fiercely devoted to their beliefs, even when all evidence points against it.

    Bit of a poor test. I would've liked more answer choices.

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    A year later and I'm a regressionist instead of an optimist.
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    Was an optimist, now a rationalist.

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    65 optimism, 54 faith, and 69 logic!

    Rationalism is the most scientific of the philosophies. No matter how bizarre something may seem, rationalists will always discount the supernatural. To them, there is no such thing as a mystical, otherworldly explanation for anything, no exceptions. Everything, no matter how strange, can be proven through science sooner or later. If something is genuine, there is an explanation for it.

    Famous rationalists include: Baruch Spinoza.

    The opposite of Rationalism is Existentialism.
    Your Analysis (Vertical line = Average)


    You scored 65% on optimism, higher than 61% of your peers.


    You scored 54% on faith, higher than 53% of your peers.


    You scored 69% on logic, higher than 75% of your peers.

    Accept the past. Live for the present. Look forward to the future.
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    Rationalist
    77 optimism, 29 faith, and 90 logic

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    Rationalist
    60 optimism, 42 faith, and 73 logic!

    Almost everybody here seems to be a rationalist. Also, a few of the questions were very poorly written.

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    Regressionist

    54 optimism, 54 faith, and 67 logic!
    Regressionists believe that every question must have an answer, and anything that cannot be answered must not be true.


    I don't actually agree with this completely. I think there are some questions which can't be answered to be acceptable.
    Yes? No? Yes. No. Oh! Oh no. Yes?

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    Answered the first few questions, then had to stop because the test is imperfect. I'm sorry test writer, but your test presupposes some "truths" that are just not the case.
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    I scored Regressionist.

    Pretty shitty biased test if you ask me.

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    What do they mean by "a force outside of our existence"? I think this question measures spirituality or a belief in some kind of a creator, but scientific reasoning also invokes a "force outside of our existence". I'm not sure how to answer this one.

    If the combination of certain propabilities takes us closer to our goals, we call it 'luck', right? Picking the first two answer distorts the results.

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