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    1. Aquinas (100%) Books, etc. Information link
    2. John Stuart Mill (73%) Books, etc. Information link
    3. Aristotle (71%) Books, etc. Information link
    4. Kant (62%) Books, etc. Information link
    5. St. Augustine (58%) Books, etc. Information link
    6. Epicureans (53%) Books, etc. Information link
    7. Ayn Rand (52%) Books, etc. Information link
    8. Plato (52%) Books, etc. Information link
    9. Ockham (50%) Books, etc. Information link
    10. Prescriptivism (49%) Books, etc. Information link
    11. Spinoza (46%) Books, etc. Information link
    12. Jeremy Bentham (44%) Books, etc. Information link
    13. Jean-Paul Sartre (34%) Books, etc. Information link
    14. Nel Noddings (25%) Books, etc. Information link
    15. Nietzsche (22%) Books, etc. Information link
    16. Stoics (17%) Books, etc. Information link
    17. David Hume (14%) Books, etc. Information link
    18. Cynics (13%) Books, etc. Information link
    19. Thomas Hobbes (0%) Books, etc. Information link

    Groggy and didn't really get a lot of the questions. This reminds me of my entry course on political theory in undergrad. Mill, Hume, Hobbes, bah. What does this all mean?!?! LOL.

    Can someone more well read in philosophy break this down for me in layman's terms? Am I a hippie?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    Can someone more well read in philosophy break this down for me in layman's terms? Am I a hippie?
    With top scores of Aquinas and Mill? Yes you are

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    Cynics 100%
    J.S. Mill 96%
    Jean-Paul Sartre 94%
    Thomas Hobbes 94%
    Ayn Rand 89%

    Needs a lot more questions, and a lot more options.

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    0% across the board. This test isn't kind to ethical nihilists.

    There is one question that I could vaguely stomach answering definitively, which puts me at 100% for Aquinas and Plato. I can live with that. Aquinas is my favorite philosopher, after all, and Plato not far behind.
    "If you would convince a man that he does wrong, do right. But do not care to convince him. Men will believe what they see. Let them see."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chunes View Post
    0% across the board. This test isn't kind to ethical nihilists.
    Heh. I chose to ignore the "none of the above" option and answered as if I had to choose which of the remaining options were the "most true."

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    1. Kant (100%)
    2. John Stuart Mill (93%)
    3. Stoics (91%)
    4. Aristotle (91%)
    5. Spinoza (88%)
    6. Aquinas (84%)
    7. Epicureans (73%)
    8. Jeremy Bentham (70%)
    9. Jean-Paul Sartre (67%)
    10. Ayn Rand (66%)
    11. Nietzsche (64%)
    12. David Hume (62%)
    13. Nel Noddings (49%)
    14. Prescriptivism (48%)
    15. Cynics (42%)
    16. Ockham (41%)
    17. Thomas Hobbes (41%)
    18. St. Augustine (40%)
    19. Plato (28%)
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

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    1. St. Augustine (100%)
    2. Aquinas (92%)
    3. Jean-Paul Sartre (92%)
    4. Spinoza (87%)
    5. Ockham (82%)
    6. Kant (74%)
    7. Nel Noddings (57%)
    8. Aristotle (52%)
    9. John Stuart Mill (52%)
    10. Stoics (52%)
    11. Nietzsche (50%)
    12. Plato (50%)
    13. David Hume (42%)
    14. Epicureans (41%)
    15. Jeremy Bentham (38%)
    16. Ayn Rand (31%)
    17. Prescriptivism (26%)
    18. Cynics (20%)
    19. Thomas Hobbes (14%)

    Hmm, this fits pretty well actually. The top and bottom few, especially, seem very accurate. I don't think there were enough questions though...
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    1. St. Augustine (100%)
    2. Aquinas (95%)
    3. Ockham (86%)
    4. Spinoza (71%)
    5. Kant (54%)
    6. John Stuart Mill (52%)
    7. Aristotle (51%)
    8. Jeremy Bentham (41%)
    9. Nel Noddings (40%)
    10. Epicureans (36%)
    11. Prescriptivism (35%)
    12. Jean-Paul Sartre (33%)
    13. Cynics (32%)
    14. Plato (32%)
    15. Stoics (29%)
    16. Nietzsche (26%)
    17. Ayn Rand (21%)
    18. David Hume (20%)
    19. Thomas Hobbes (2%)
    I found that the questions were somewhat ineffectively worded. I agree with the results, though.

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    Questions were kinda unclear sometimes to me.

    1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%) Books, etc. Information link
    2. Nietzsche (97%) Books, etc. Information link
    3. Stoics (97%) Books, etc. Information link
    4. Nel Noddings (91%) Books, etc. Information link
    5. Spinoza (89%) Books, etc. Information link
    6. Aquinas (87%) Books, etc. Information link
    7. Aristotle (81%) Books, etc. Information link
    8. Kant (81%) Books, etc. Information link
    9. David Hume (71%) Books, etc. Information link
    10. St. Augustine (71%) Books, etc. Information link
    11. Ockham (69%) Books, etc. Information link
    12. Ayn Rand (65%) Books, etc. Information link
    13. Epicureans (55%) Books, etc. Information link
    14. Jeremy Bentham (53%) Books, etc. Information link
    15. John Stuart Mill (46%) Books, etc. Information link
    16. Prescriptivism (46%) Books, etc. Information link
    17. Cynics (36%) Books, etc. Information link
    18. Plato (34%) Books, etc. Information link
    19. Thomas Hobbes (28%) Books, etc. Information link
    Nietzsche on second, heh. Don't know all the positions listed here, but I always liked reading some of Kant's stuff. Although I don't necessarily agree completely on his positions, I like his ability to explain his positions. His thinking is easy to follow and it seems usually well thought out.

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    1. Jeremy Bentham (100%) Books, etc. Information link
    2. John Stuart Mill (85%) Books, etc. Information link
    3. Aquinas (76%) Books, etc. Information link
    4. Epicureans (76%) Books, etc. Information link
    5. Aristotle (69%) Books, etc. Information link
    6. Kant (62%) Books, etc. Information link
    7. Plato (60%) Books, etc. Information link
    8. St. Augustine (51%) Books, etc. Information link
    9. Thomas Hobbes (50%) Books, etc. Information link
    10. Prescriptivism (49%) Books, etc. Information link
    11. Jean-Paul Sartre (48%) Books, etc. Information link
    12. Ockham (42%) Books, etc. Information link
    13. Spinoza (37%) Books, etc. Information link
    14. Ayn Rand (32%) Books, etc. Information link
    15. David Hume (28%) Books, etc. Information link
    16. Nel Noddings (25%) Books, etc. Information link
    17. Cynics (24%) Books, etc. Information link
    18. Nietzsche (20%) Books, etc. Information link
    19. Stoics (12%) Books, etc. Information link

    edit: I actually don't mind Stoic philosophy.. (and Taoism as well) as a means to gain some peace of mind from lack of justice. But as far as society as a whole goes, you've got to fight for your right to party (other people's rights at least).

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