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    1. Spinoza (100%)
    2. Kant (96%)
    3. Jean-Paul Sartre (95%)
    4. John Stuart Mill (91%)
    5. Epicureans (89%)
    6. Nietzsche (79%)
    7. Aquinas (78%)
    8. Ayn Rand (72%)
    9. Jeremy Bentham (69%)
    10. Aristotle (65%)
    11. Stoics (65%)
    12. Prescriptivism (56%)
    13. St. Augustine (54%)
    14. David Hume (49%)
    16. Thomas Hobbes (45%)
    17. Plato (44%)
    18. Nel Noddings (38%)
    19. Cynics (22%)
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    1. St. Augustine (100%)
    2. Aquinas (91%)
    3. Plato (74%)
    4. Spinoza (74%)
    5. Aristotle (61%)
    6. Ockham (56%)
    7. Jeremy Bentham (48%)
    8. John Stuart Mill (39%)
    9. David Hume (33%)
    10. Jean-Paul Sartre (32%)
    11. Nel Noddings (32%)
    12. Ayn Rand (30%)
    13. Cynics (30%)
    14. Epicureans (30%)
    15. Stoics (30%)
    16. Kant (26%)
    17. Nietzsche (25%)
    18. Thomas Hobbes (20%)
    19. Prescriptivism (6%)

    Not a clue as to who the vast majority of these people are, but the uppermost seem close to my personal philosophy...
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    Closed the window, but I got Kant (100%), with the Utilitarians Bentham and Mill following in the 90 percents and then Satre. Rand was after that at 70. I fully despise Ayn Rand. Like, a lot. Seriously. Soooo much.

    Kant seems right. Basis in the world of reason is pretty INTP I suppose. The Utilitarians have also been accused of being too logical or cold.

    But they aren't not as cold and awful as Ayn Rand, that bitch.
    Does he want a pillow for his head?

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    1. Aquinas (100%)
    2. Aristotle (78%)
    3. Ockham (75%)
    4. Plato (74%)
    5. Epicureans (73%)
    6. John Stuart Mill (71%)
    7. St. Augustine (70%)
    8. Jeremy Bentham (68%)
    9. Ayn Rand (55%)
    10. Kant (51%)
    11. Prescriptivism (47%)
    12. Spinoza (44%)
    13. Jean-Paul Sartre (38%)
    14. Cynics (33%)
    15. Nel Noddings (26%)
    16. Nietzsche (26%)
    17. Stoics (24%)
    18. David Hume (18%)
    19. Thomas Hobbes (16%)

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    I got:


    1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%)
    2. Kant (94%)
    3. John Stuart Mill (76%)
    4. Ayn Rand (75%)
    5. Spinoza (65%)
    6. Aquinas (63%)
    7. Nietzsche (63%)
    8. Epicureans (60%)
    9. Jeremy Bentham (54%)
    10. Aristotle (50%)
    11. David Hume (50%)
    12. Prescriptivism (47%)
    13. Stoics (42%)
    14. Ockham (41%)
    15. St. Augustine (36%)
    16. Thomas Hobbes (36%)
    17. Cynics (27%)
    18. Nel Noddings (27%)
    19. Plato (24%)
    Yeah, makes sense.

    I agree wholeheartedly (even passionately) with these concepts (though I don't always succeed at living by them):

    Sartre -

    When we choose something, we affirm the value of our choice because we have chosen it above other choices

    We must be consistent in our interpretations of moral situations regardless of whom the agent is.

    Making conscious moral choices is more significant than consistently following moral guidelines
    The conflict between the interests of two people is in the end, irresolvable


    Kant-

    We must always act so that the means of our actions could be a universal law

    We must always treat people as ends not means
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    1. Spinoza (100%)
    2. Aquinas (92%)
    3. Jean-Paul Sartre (81%)
    4. Aristotle (71%)
    5. Nel Noddings (69%)
    6. John Stuart Mill (66%)
    7. Jeremy Bentham (63%)
    8. Epicureans (62%)
    9. Nietzsche (62%)
    10. St. Augustine (62%)
    11. Kant (58%)
    12. David Hume (52%)
    13. Stoics (51%)
    14. Cynics (49%)
    15. Ockham (49%)
    16. Thomas Hobbes (35%)
    17. Plato (32%)
    18. Ayn Rand (24%)
    19. Prescriptivism (22%)

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    1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%)
    2. Epicureans (84%)
    3. Kant (77%)
    4. John Stuart Mill (70%)
    5. Thomas Hobbes (63%)
    6. Nel Noddings (60%)
    7. Prescriptivism (53%)
    8. Ayn Rand (50%)
    9. Ockham (50%)
    10. David Hume (46%)
    11. Nietzsche (46%)
    12. Spinoza (46%)
    13. Cynics (42%)
    14. Jeremy Bentham (42%)
    15. Stoics (39%)
    16. Aquinas (16%)
    17. Aristotle (14%)
    18. St. Augustine (11%)
    19. Plato (8%)

    The results are not consistent with my real views, though. I should be near Sartre and Epicurus, but miles away from Kant or Mill.

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    1. Nietzsche (100%)
    2. Ayn Rand (97%)
    3. David Hume (91%)
    4. Thomas Hobbes (91%)
    5. Epicureans (79%)
    6. Cynics (77%)
    7. Aristotle (75%)
    8. Jean-Paul Sartre (74%)
    9. Stoics (67%)
    10. Plato (63%)
    11. John Stuart Mill (62%)
    12. Spinoza (62%)
    13. Aquinas (58%)
    14. Jeremy Bentham (53%)
    15. St. Augustine (45%)
    16. Kant (44%)
    17. Prescriptivism (41%)
    18. Ockham (37%)
    19. Nel Noddings (13%)

    Althought I didn´t like some of the questions, it matches my views.

    "An intelligent hell would be better than a stupid paradise."
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    1. St. Augustine (100%) Books, etc. Information link
    2. Aquinas (82%) Books, etc. Information link
    3. Ockham (77%) Books, etc. Information link
    4. Spinoza (62%) Books, etc. Information link
    5. Jean-Paul Sartre (55%) Books, etc. Information link
    6. Plato (54%) Books, etc. Information link
    7. Kant (53%) Books, etc. Information link
    8. Aristotle (45%) Books, etc. Information link
    9. Jeremy Bentham (41%) Books, etc. Information link
    10. John Stuart Mill (38%) Books, etc. Information link
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    13. Ayn Rand (29%) Books, etc. Information link
    14. Nietzsche (25%) Books, etc. Information link
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    1. Aquinas (100%)
    2. Jean-Paul Sartre (81%)
    3. Aristotle (75%)
    4. Kant (72%)
    5. John Stuart Mill (66%)
    6. Spinoza (62%)
    7. Stoics (57%)
    8. Plato (54%)
    9. Jeremy Bentham (52%)
    10. St. Augustine (51%)
    11. Epicureans (48%)
    12. Nietzsche (48%)
    13. David Hume (46%)
    14. Ockham (44%)
    15. Nel Noddings (35%)
    16. Ayn Rand (32%)
    17. Thomas Hobbes (14%)
    18. Cynics (13%)
    19. Prescriptivism (12%)

    Hmm, I think my beliefs are more in line with Aristotle. I'd probably put him at the top of the list, followed by Aquinas. After that, I don't know.
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