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ETHICAL PHILOSOPHY SELECTOR QUIZ

I expected to score closer to Nietzsche and I'm surprised it matched me so much with Kant.
 
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Decent, but extremely biased toward Western thought. Both Aquinas's Catholicism and Spinoza's pantheism are pagan ideologies to me.

1. Aquinas (100%)
2. Spinoza (100%)
3. Aristotle (88%)
4. St. Augustine (73%)
5. Jeremy Bentham (71%)
6. Epicureans (69%)
7. Thomas Hobbes (63%)
8. Nietzsche (59%)
9. David Hume (56%)
10. John Stuart Mill (55%)
11. Plato (55%)
12. Stoics (52%)
13. Jean-Paul Sartre (47%)
14. Ockham (39%)
15. Kant (36%)
16. Nel Noddings (32%)
17. Ayn Rand (31%)
18. Cynics (28%)
19. Prescriptivism (23%)
 

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6. Kant (72%)
7. John Stuart Mill (69%)
8. Ayn Rand (66%)
9. Prescriptivism (66%)
10. Spinoza (66%)
11. Nel Noddings (51%)
12. Ockham (47%)
13. Jean-Paul Sartre (42%)
14. David Hume (41%)
15. Epicureans (39%)
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17. Nietzsche (30%)
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Now I see how I different from you

We just do not agree on what the definitions of morality, virtue and the role of man are !! I think I need to take a greater look into Hume's ideas. I never read the stuff by him. Maybe We are not so closely aligned(I know I am have disagreements with Nietzche!)


I just thought of something

I think man is capable of great good and great evil. The reason many think man is naturally good is due to their ego. They wish to believe man is worthy of life and attributing "good" as a characteristic of man in order to justify mans existance.

Reading the little snippet of Hume suggests that I may disagree with him even more than this test may suggest. I think Hume may be a good read.
 
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Like anything else, cum grano salis.
 

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