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    Quote Originally Posted by Mystic Tater View Post
    I don't understand. This is nitpicking. If an action is wrong, we should not do it. However, there is a greater context in most moral decisions. Different cultures make different value judgments on things, hence the fact that we have different laws and stoof. So if it's criminal to, for instance, smoke marijuana is one state, it might not be in another. It's not something that can be applied across the board because the board is varied.
    Hare's got to have been an INTP, and not a very sensible one either: He seems to have delighted in taking a simple categorical proposition to its ultimate logical conclusion as if it was an imperative for acting upon it, and thought that ethics could and should be derived only in this way. It just sounds like an overly-elaborate method for justifying utilitarianism to me; or at least that's going to be what it turns into if taken to its ultimate logical conclusion. It's also not going to WORK, because no-one, except an INTP philosopher who subscribes to the theory, is likely to be motivated to determine every action in their lives on this basis.
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    1. John Stuart Mill (100%) Books, etc. Information link
    2. Aquinas (89%) Books, etc. Information link
    3. Aristotle (81%) Books, etc. Information link
    4. Jeremy Bentham (77%) Books, etc. Information link
    5. Kant (77%) Books, etc. Information link
    6. Epicureans (67%) Books, etc. Information link
    7. Ockham (50%) Books, etc. Information link
    8. Jean-Paul Sartre (48%) Books, etc. Information link
    9. Ayn Rand (47%) Books, etc. Information link
    10. Prescriptivism (43%) Books, etc. Information link
    11. Plato (41%) Books, etc. Information link
    12. Spinoza (41%) Books, etc. Information link
    13. Stoics (36%) Books, etc. Information link
    14. St. Augustine (34%) Books, etc. Information link
    15. David Hume (30%) Books, etc. Information link
    16. Nietzsche (26%) Books, etc. Information link
    17. Cynics (19%) Books, etc. Information link
    18. Thomas Hobbes (12%) Books, etc. Information link
    19. Nel Noddings (9%) Books, etc. Information link

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    1. Jeremy Bentham (100%) Books, etc. Information link
    2. John Stuart Mill (84%) Books, etc. Information link
    3. Aquinas (82%) Books, etc. Information link
    4. Jean-Paul Sartre (78%) Books, etc. Information link
    5. Kant (78%) Books, etc. Information link
    6. Aristotle (76%) Books, etc. Information link
    7. Prescriptivism (60%) Books, etc. Information link
    8. Ayn Rand (54%) Books, etc. Information link
    9. Epicureans (53%) Books, etc. Information link
    10. Plato (50%) Books, etc. Information link
    11. Spinoza (49%) Books, etc. Information link
    12. Stoics (42%) Books, etc. Information link
    13. Nietzsche (40%) Books, etc. Information link
    14. Thomas Hobbes (36%) Books, etc. Information link
    15. David Hume (33%) Books, etc. Information link
    16. Nel Noddings (32%) Books, etc. Information link
    17. St. Augustine (30%) Books, etc. Information link
    18. Ockham (28%) Books, etc. Information link
    19. Cynics (17%) Books, etc. Information link
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    1. Aquinas (100%)
    2. Aristotle (89%)
    3. Spinoza (68%)
    4. Jeremy Bentham (67%)
    5. St. Augustine (62%)
    6. Jean-Paul Sartre (61%)
    7. Plato (57%)
    I only listed philosophers with whom I shared over 50% similarity.

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    1. Thomas Hobbes (100%)
    2. Aristotle (87%)
    3. Ayn Rand (87%)
    4. Jean-Paul Sartre (78%)
    5. Stoics (74%)
    6. Aquinas (64%)
    7. David Hume (63%)
    8. Jeremy Bentham (63%)
    9. Nietzsche (60%)
    10. Plato (58%
    11. Kant (57%)
    12. Nel Noddings (49%)
    13. John Stuart Mill (47%)
    14. Spinoza (43%)
    15. Cynics (39%)
    16. Prescriptivism (39%)
    17. Epicureans (31%)
    18. St. Augustine (21%)
    19. Ockham (14%)
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    This will not end well...
    But it will at least be poetic, I suppose...

    Hmm... But what if it does end well?
    Then I suppose it will be a different sort of poetry, a preferable sort...
    A sort I could become accustomed to...



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    A lot of the questions frustrated me.

    The first two on the list do not surprise me at all. The list from there I don't understand so well.

    1. John Stuart Mill (100%)
    2. Jeremy Bentham (99%)
    3. Aquinas (92%)
    4. St. Augustine (88%)
    5. Jean-Paul Sartre (81%)
    6. Epicureans (79%)
    7. Kant (76%)
    8. Plato (74%)
    9. Aristotle (67%)
    10. Spinoza (63%)
    11. Nel Noddings (60%)
    12. Ayn Rand (58%)
    13. Thomas Hobbes (51%)
    14. Prescriptivism (47%)
    15. Stoics (43%)
    16. Cynics (41%)
    17. Nietzsche (27%)
    18. David Hume (25%)
    19. Ockham (6%)
    Go to sleep, iguana.


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    1. Jeremy Bentham (100%)
    2. John Stuart Mill (92%)
    3. Aquinas (83%)
    4. Aristotle (79%)
    5. Epicureans (79%)
    6. Thomas Hobbes (72%)
    7. Cynics (68%)
    8. St. Augustine (59%)
    9. Ayn Rand (54%)
    10. Spinoza (54%)
    11. Jean-Paul Sartre (50%)
    12. Kant (50%)
    13. Plato (50%)
    14. Ockham (40%)
    15. Nietzsche (39%)
    16. David Hume (37%)
    17. Nel Noddings (35%)
    18. Prescriptivism (31%)
    19. Stoics (22%)

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    1. Thomas Aquinas (100%) Interesting result for an agnostic.
    2. Jeremy Bentham (94%)
    3. John Stuart Mill (93%)
    4. Epicureans (83%)
    5. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (81%)
    6. Immanuel Kant (75%)
    7. Aristotle (72%)
    8. Jean-Paul Sartre (68%)
    9. St. Augustine (64%)
    10. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (57%)
    11. Nel Noddings (56%)
    12. Cynics (52%)
    13. Stoics (50%)
    14. William of Ockham (49%)
    15. Ayn Rand (34%)
    16. David Hume (30%)
    17. Thomas Hobbes (27%)
    18. Prescriptivism (24%)
    19. Plato (20%)

    Aquinas (1225 or '27-1274)
    •All life has a purpose
    •Meeting this purpose allows one to be happy.
    •Happiness is to be found in the love of God.
    •God's grace providing entrance into heaven creates the highest form of human happiness.
    •Short of heaven, a person can achieve a more limited form of happiness through a life of virtue and friendship.
    •Morality is not determined by the arbitrary will of God.
    •Morality is derived from human nature and the activities that are objectively suited to it.
    •The difference between right and wrong can be appreciated through the use of reason and reflection.

    •Religious [( or spiritual)] reflection may supplement the use of reason and reflection to determine right from wrong.
    •Societies must enact laws to ensure the correct application of moral reasoning.
    •Human nature is good because God made it good.

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    1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%)
    2. Stoics (99%)
    3. Spinoza (98%)
    4. Cynics (92%)
    5. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (91%)

    Good test.

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    1. Immanuel Kant (100%)
    2. Ayn Rand (92%)
    3. John Stuart Mill (90%)
    4. Aristotle (88%)
    5. Thomas Aquinas (81%)
    6. Jean-Paul Sartre (77%)
    7. Epicureans (75%)
    8. Prescriptivism (67%)
    9. Jeremy Bentham (66%)
    10. Stoics (60%)
    11. William of Ockham (56%)
    12. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (50%)
    13. David Hume (47%)
    14. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (35%)
    15. Thomas Hobbes (33%)
    16. Plato (32%)
    17. Cynics (24%)
    18. St. Augustine (18%)
    19. Nel Noddings (0%)


    ...how is it possible that I get Kant AND Rand as my top two right next to each other? I didn't think that was possible.
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