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    Your Complete Results:
    1. St. Augustine (100%)
    2. Thomas Aquinas (96%)
    3. Aristotle (66%)
    4. William of Ockham (61%)
    5. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (60%)
    6. Plato (58%)
    7. John Stuart Mill (55%)
    8. David Hume (46%)
    9. Jeremy Bentham (45%)
    10. Ayn Rand (44%)
    11. Immanuel Kant (42%)
    12. Cynics (39%)
    13. Jean-Paul Sartre (38%)
    14. Epicureans (34%)
    15. Stoics (33%)
    16. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (31%)
    17. Nel Noddings (29%)
    18. Prescriptivism (24%)
    19. Thomas Hobbes (19%)

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    1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%)
    2. Epicureans (92%)
    3. John Stuart Mill (90%)
    4. Jeremy Bentham (79%)
    5. Immanuel Kant (76%)
    6. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (68%)
    7. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (67%)
    8. Thomas Aquinas (65%)
    9. Ayn Rand (65%)
    10. Aristotle (54%)
    11. Thomas Hobbes (54%)
    12. David Hume (54%)
    13. Nel Noddings (50%)
    14. Stoics (48%)
    15. Prescriptivism (45%)
    16. St. Augustine (42%)
    17. Cynics (37%)
    18. Plato (32%)
    19. William of Ockham (25%)

    Hmm, interesting. I already knew I was an Epicurean/Utilitarian and I agree with Sartre being a high rating, but I didn't expect him to be the top. I expected higher Stoic and Hume ratings. I do not agree with Nietzsche, Rand, or Aquinas. I go back and forth about Kant. Spinoza is ok.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hard View Post
    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.
    It only would have been better if you got Rand and Kierkegaard together, but it does not appear that Kierkegaard is available in this test.

    Also, I don't like it when they just throw out a school rather than a particular philosopher. So what if a good representative philosopher is less well known? All the better, it gives the test taker some interesting further readings. So, for instance, why not Protagoras instead of just sophism? If his work is scarce it still functions just as well since no one could look him up without being lead to sophism as a subject, anyhow.
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    I took it again now, when my mind is much clearer. I have only included those results for which I scored 67% or above:

    1. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (100%)
    2. David Hume (85%)
    3. Stoics (81%)
    4. Jean-Paul Sartre (71%)
    5. Cynics (68%)
    6. Benedictus Spinoza (68%)

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    Poor Nietzsche.

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    1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%)
    2. Jeremy Bentham (78%)
    3. John Stuart Mill (71%)
    4. Nel Noddings (63%)
    5. Epicureans (61%)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    Poor Nietzsche.
    The socialism of fools? And he didn't even like socialism, so that's pretty damning. Properly understood, he's less a proto-fascist than a proto-Rand. There's nothing individualistic or egoistic about fascism.

    (I'm more of a utilitarian consequentialist, it should be noted. I'm more opposed philosophically to intentionalist morality than egoism, though. Sometimes what is truly good or beneficial for someone also benefits others, and what's wrong with that? )
    [Trump's] rhetoric is not an abuse of power. In the same way that it's also not against the law to do a backflip off of the roof of your house onto your concrete driveway. It's just mind-numbingly stupid and, to say the least, counterproductive. - Bush did 9-11


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    1. Immanuel Kant (100%)
    2. Jean-Paul Sartre (82%)
    3. Nel Noddings (80%)
    4. Thomas Aquinas (77%)
    5. Prescriptivism (75%)
    6. John Stuart Mill (74%)
    7. William of Ockham (71%)
    8. Benedictus Spinoza (71%)
    9. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (68%)
    10. St. Augustine (64%)

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    1. Benedictus Spinoza (100%)
    2. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (92%)
    3. Jean-Paul Sartre (84%)
    4. Stoics (78%)
    5. David Hume (76%)
    6. Immanuel Kant (71%)
    7. Aristotle (60%)
    8. St. Augustine (60%)
    9. Thomas Aquinas (59%)
    10. Jeremy Bentham (56%)
    11. Epicureans (56%)
    12. Ayn Rand (53%)
    13. Cynics (51%)
    14. John Stuart Mill (50%)
    15. Thomas Hobbes (44%)
    16. Nel Noddings (39%)
    17. William of Ockham (31%)
    18. Prescriptivism (25%)
    19. Plato (16%)
    20. William James (13%)
    21. Jean-Jacques Rousseau (0%)

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    1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%)
    2. Immanuel Kant (89%)
    3. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (86%)
    4. Stoics (66%)
    5. Ayn Rand (64%)
    6. Benedictus Spinoza (60%)
    7. Epicureans (59%)
    8. David Hume (56%)
    9. John Stuart Mill (56%)
    10. Thomas Aquinas (48%)
    11. Aristotle (48%)
    12. Prescriptivism (43%)
    13. Jeremy Bentham (41%)
    14. St. Augustine (40%)
    15. William of Ockham (40%)
    16. Nel Noddings (35%)
    17. Thomas Hobbes (31%)
    18. Cynics (14%)
    19. Plato (14%)
    20. William James (8%)
    21. Jean-Jacques Rou

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