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Prism Political Quiz

aeon

Potoumchka
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Kephalos

J.M.P.P. R.I.P. B5: RLOAI
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Here's the summary of what I got and some comments:
  1. Government: Technocracy, 100%.
  2. Economy: Ordoliberalism and Social Democracy tied at 40.9%. Classical Liberalism (more like Millian liberalism for me), 18.2%.
  3. Society: I just don't get what this person was trying to get at with this category so I'll skip it.
  4. Religion: Atheist, 83.1%. Secular, 16.9%. I attended private, religious schools owned and run by two separate orders of regular clergy, the Legion and the Oblates. The first secular school I ever attended was college. The key difference is that in Mexico the government regulates what religious schools can and cannot teach.
  5. Security: Law and Order, 33.4%. "Humanism" and Procedural, 33.3%. I'm kind of all over the place here, but I think the fault for that is in part an imprecise terminology. Yes, laws should be applied strictly and evenly. BUT, it makes little sense to apply a bad law. No, the default should be that no one should have firearms and you can carve some narrow exceptions. "Rehabilitating" people is too much for a law enforcement agencies to do: other parts of the state should get involved in that. Of course "procedure" is important, but procedure sometimes gets in the way: "If someone is obviously guilty, why do you have to have all this rigmarole?” (c.f. Bill Cosby, Title IX).
  6. Foreign Policy: Globalist, 97.4%.
If I had to choose a political label for myself it would be Platonist.
 
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