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    Default Which philosopher do your beliefs most resemble?

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    1.Thomas Aquinas (100%)

    2.Aristotle (93%)

    3. Jeremy Bentham (93%)

    4. Jean-Paul Sartre (91%)



    5. John Stuart Mill (82%)

    6. Immanuel Kant (76%)

    7. Epicureans (74%)



    8. Plato (59%)

    9. Stoics (57%)

    10. St. Augustine (51%)

    11. William of Ockham (45%)

    12. Thomas Hobbes (44%)

    13. David Hume (42%)

    14. Ayn Rand (41%)

    15. Benedictus Spinoza (41%)

    16. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (37%)

    17.Nel Noddings (37%)

    18. William James (32%)

    19. Cynics (28%)

    20. Prescriptivism (22%)

    21. Jean-Jacques Rousseau (0%)
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    1. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (100%)
    2. David Hume (91%)
    3. Jean-Paul Sartre (88%)
    4. Jeremy Bentham (83%)
    5. Thomas Hobbes (76%)
    6. Aristotle (73%)
    7. Benedictus Spinoza (72%)
    8. Thomas Aquinas (72%)
    9. Nel Noddings (72%)
    10. Epicureans (63%)
    11. Stoics (58%)
    12. St. Augustine (57%)
    13. John Stuart Mill (54%)
    14. Plato (50%)
    15. William of Ockham (42%)
    16. Ayn Rand (40%)
    17. Immanuel Kant (39%)
    18. William James (31%)
    19. Prescriptivism (29%)
    20. Cynics (18%)
    21. Jean-Jacques Rousseau (0%)
    Yeah, well, that's just, like, your opinion man.
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    1. Stoics (100%)
    2. John Stuart Mill (95%)
    3. Aristotle (88%)
    4. Immanuel Kant (83%)
    5. Thomas Aquinas (82%)
    6. Ayn Rand (75%)
    7. Plato (74%)
    8. William of Ockham (70%)
    9. Benedictus Spinoza (64%)
    10. Thomas Hobbes (61%)
    11. St. Augustine (58%)
    12. Epicureans (54%)
    13. David Hume (54%)
    14. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (53%)
    15. Jean-Paul Sartre (53%)
    16. Cynics (48%)
    17. Nel Noddings (45%)
    18. Prescriptivism (41%)
    19. Jeremy Bentham (40%)
    20. Jean-Jacques Rousseau (16%)
    21. William James (9%)
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    As a young man I would take The History of Western Philosophy to work with me, and I would read it at lunch time with two meat pies, a coke, and a neenish tart. I loved the language and I loved the ideas, although I was criticised socially for using big words.

    And having marinated in Western philosophy I stepped outside with Marshall McLuhan, Dennis Wier, and Julian Jaynes. So today I riff on Western Philosophy from an eccentric position, slightly out of tune, slightly out of step, as I slip sideways, walking beside Western Philosophy in the Elysian Fields, click on Elysian Fields - Wikipedia.

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    Your Complete Results:
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    2. Jeremy Bentham (96%) More Info
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    5. Aristotle (72%) More Info
    6. William of Ockham (69%) More Info
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    8. Immanuel Kant (67%) More Info
    9. Benedictus Spinoza (47%) More Info
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    14. Cynics (38%) More Info
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    Retook, reread one question and realized I missed an option, and actually used the priority scale. This is what I got, and from my basic knowledge of philosophy, this seems more accurate.

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    1. Epicureans (100%)
    2. John Stuart Mill (76%)
    3. Thomas Aquinas (75%)
    4. Benedictus Spinoza (74%)
    5. Jeremy Bentham (73%)
    6. Aristotle (72%)
    7. St. Augustine (63%)
    8. Thomas Hobbes (53%)
    9. Stoics (52%)
    10. Immanuel Kant (46%)
    11. Nel Noddings (45%)
    12. William of Ockham (43%)
    13. Plato (38%)
    14. Jean-Paul Sartre (37%)
    15. Cynics (37%)
    16. David Hume (33%)
    17. William James (31%)
    18. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (30%)
    19. Ayn Rand (23%)
    20. Prescriptivism (14%)
    21. Jean-Jacques Rousseau (0%)

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    1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%)
    2. Benedictus Spinoza (87%)
    3. Nel Noddings (85%)
    4. Stoics (84%)
    5. Thomas Aquinas (80%)
    6. William of Ockham (74%)
    7. David Hume (73%)
    8. Jeremy Bentham (71%)
    9. Epicureans (69%)
    10. Thomas Hobbes (69%)
    11. St. Augustine (68%)
    12. John Stuart Mill (68%)
    13. Aristotle (65%)
    14. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (65%)
    15. Cynics (63%)
    16. Immanuel Kant (50%)
    17. Plato (50%)
    18. Ayn Rand (49%)
    19. Prescriptivism (26%)
    20. William James (26%)
    21. Jean-Jacques Rousseau (0%)

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    I'm not sure why I scored higher for Sartre than Spinoza. Spinoza's views more or less jibe with my idea on God. I've declared myself an atheist in the past but that's not entirely accurate. There very well might be a God but I think it would be an impersonal, abstract God that is almost indefinable, so there's little point in my considering morality through a theistic perspective.

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    1. Jeremy Bentham (100%)
    2. Nel Noddings (96%)
    3. Thomas Hobbes (85%)
    4. Jean-Paul Sartre (78%)
    5. David Hume (72%)
    6. John Stuart Mill (67%)
    7. Stoics (64%)
    8. Immanuel Kant (59%)
    9. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (58%)
    10. Benedictus Spinoza (56%)
    11. Epicureans (54%)
    12. Thomas Aquinas (51%)
    13. Aristotle (43%)
    14. St. Augustine (42%)
    15. Plato (40%)
    16. Ayn Rand (38%)
    17. Cynics (35%)
    18. William of Ockham (34%)
    19. Prescriptivism (33%)
    20. William James (5%)
    21. Jean-Jacques Rousseau (0%)

    I've always gotten Bentham on these types of tests pretty much... read up on him and decided that he sounds like a very sensible man who I agree on, so I suppose there's that!

    and despite the fact that Rousseau is on the bottom of my list, I still think he's adorable
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