Philosopher's test

This is a fun test, which connects you to the philosopher which you are the most related with;http://selectsmart.com/PHILOSOPHY/.

I embarassed to say I forgot to save my test results, but I got a 100% on Mill, and a low percentage on Nietschze. This was quite disappointing to me, because I like the Overman theorem of Nietschze. But I have to admit I’m more in a stage of like a Mill type of guy, who wanna get results of his way of doing.

Who takes the test, and posts his results.
I will when I’m another state of mind. I wandering between being social (which get the best result with poeple), being selfdisciplined (hich getting you things done), being modest or self-confindent (I know I’m not bad, but wanting to being better), so I have a lot of scores aroud 50%.

  1. Thomas Hobbes (100%)
  2. Stoics (97%)
  3. Ayn Rand (94%)
  4. David Hume (90%)
  5. Nietzsche (88%)
  6. Jean-Paul Sartre (77%)
  7. John Stuart Mill (73%)
  8. Aristotle (69%)
  9. Kant (68%)
  10. Aquinas (61%)
  11. Cynics (58%)
  12. Epicureans (53%)
  13. Prescriptivism (52%)
  14. Ockham (46%)
  15. Nel Noddings (45%)
  16. Jeremy Bentham (42%)
  17. Spinoza (42%)
  18. Plato (33%)
  19. St. Augustine (25%)

-Imp

Interesting test. In very few instances did I find an answer that I completely agreed with, though (maybe 2 of them).

I came up 100% with Jean-Paul Sartre! :astonished: I’m a big fan of Nietzche and Schopenhauer, but I can’t buy into their incredible misogyny. Plus I don’t always agree with their ideas of will. Lastly, I’m not sure I agree with Schopenhauer’s view that science must inevitably conquer religion and that the two are locked in a war of annihilation. Or rather, perhaps he’s right but I don’t like to think of it that way.

BTW, I was graded 51% Nietzche.

Wow, Impetent was fast. What’s interesting is what Hobbes, Stoics and Rand have in common. I have to look that up.

  1. Jeremy Bentham (100%)
  2. John Stuart Mill (95%)
  3. Ayn Rand (92%)
  4. Epicureans (90%)
  5. Aquinas (86%)
  6. Jean-Paul Sartre (85%)
  7. Aristotle (81%)
  8. St. Augustine (78%)
  9. Kant (75%)
  10. Cynics (73%)
  11. Spinoza (71%)
  12. David Hume (66%)
  13. Nietzsche (66%)
  14. Plato (65%)
  15. Thomas Hobbes (61%)
  16. Stoics (52%)
  17. Prescriptivism (40%)
  18. Ockham (31%)
  19. Nel Noddings (22%)

I always thought of utilitarianism as the Empirical branch of morality, and I thought I was more of a naturalist then a consequentialist… oh well. Guess I will start figuring up happiness points.
I think my few umm pleasure related answers skewed this. I want a recount!

and for this test:
selectsmart.com/FREE/select. … o-sonality

#1 Nietzschean

#2 Humean

#3 Ockhamist

#4 Hegelian

#5 Aristotelian

#6 Baconian

#7 Kantian

#8 Socratic

#9 Cartesian

#10 Epicurean

#11 Platonic

#12 Augustinian

#13 Sartrean

#14 Thomist

-Imp

another set:

selectsmart.com/FREE/select. … osophyGuys

#1 Sextus Empiricus

#2 Protagoras

#3 Nietzsche

#4 Hume

#5 Augustine

#6 Aristotle

#7 Kant

#8 Plato

#9 Aquinas

-Imp

Imp’s test I get
1:Baconian
2:Nietzschean
3:Humean
4:Sartrean
5:Cartesian
6:Hegelian
7:Ockhamist
8:Aristotelian
9:Epicurean
10:Kantian
11:Platonic
12:Socratic
13:Thomist
14:Augustinian

From the top three that means I take bribes to further my own will but I doubt that it can ever be proven… hey that was even semi clever.

Interesting- on that test I rated:

1 ) Humean
2 ) Socratic
3 ) Nietzschean
4 ) Hegelian
5 ) Baconian
6 ) Augustinian
7 ) Aristotelian
8 ) Kantian
9 ) Ockhamist
10 ) Sartrean
11 ) Platonic
12 ) Cartesian
13 ) Epicurean
14 ) Thomist

another test:
selectsmart.com/FREE/select. … Philosophy

#1 Hume

#2 Nietzsche

#3 Sartre

#4 Descartes

#5 Aristotle

#6 Kierkegaard

#7 Marx

#8 Plato

#9 Hegel

-Imp

That’s a lot of quizzes! That one seems a bit more thorough than the others, though. More questions.

My results on that one:

#1 Nietzsche
#2 Aristotle
#3 Marx
#4 Plato
#5 Sartre
#6 Hume
#7 Kierkegaard
#8 Hegel
#9 Descartes

  1. Aquinas (100%)
  2. Cynics (98%)
  3. Jeremy Bentham (93%)
  4. Aristotle (80%)
  5. Spinoza (74%)
  6. Stoics (74%)
  7. Jean-Paul Sartre (71%)
  8. John Stuart Mill (67%)
  9. Ayn Rand (59%)
  10. Epicureans (57%)
  11. St. Augustine (57%)
  12. Kant (52%)
  13. David Hume (52%)
  14. Nel Noddings (52%)
  15. Thomas Hobbes (46%)
  16. Nietzsche (44%)
  17. Prescriptivism (44%)
  18. Ockham (40%)
  19. Plato (31%)

Pretty happy with the result.

  1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%) Click here for info
  2. St. Augustine (77%) Click here for info
  3. Kant (73%) Click here for info
  4. Ayn Rand (70%) Click here for info
  5. David Hume (67%) Click here for info
  6. Nietzsche (67%) Click here for info
  7. Spinoza (58%) Click here for info
  8. Cynics (57%) Click here for info
  9. Stoics (55%) Click here for info
  10. Aquinas (50%) Click here for info
  11. Jeremy Bentham (45%) Click here for info
  12. Nel Noddings (44%) Click here for info
  13. Ockham (40%) Click here for info
  14. John Stuart Mill (38%) Click here for info
  15. Aristotle (33%) Click here for info
  16. Plato (30%) Click here for info
  17. Thomas Hobbes (25%) Click here for info
  18. Prescriptivism (22%) Click here for info
  19. Epicureans (5%) Click here for info

on the first quiz:

  1. Kant (100%)
  2. John Stuart Mill (99%)
  3. Jeremy Bentham (96%)
  4. St. Augustine (92%)
  5. Aquinas (91%)
  6. Spinoza (80%)
  7. Ockham (74%)
  8. Aristotle (66%)
  9. Prescriptivism (61%)
  10. Epicureans (57%)
  11. Jean-Paul Sartre (54%)
  12. Nel Noddings (52%)
  13. Plato (51%)
  14. Cynics (45%)
  15. Stoics (42%)
  16. Ayn Rand (42%)
  17. David Hume (28%)
  18. Nietzsche (23%)
  19. Thomas Hobbes (3%)

How the hell did i manage to have Kant 100% followed by two utilitarians at +95%?

on the second:
#1 Hume
#2 Kierkegaard
#3 Sartre
#4 Descartes
#5 Marx
#6 Nietzsche
#7 Aristotle
#8 Plato
#9 Hegel

I can understand where the Kierkegaard came from, but Hume as #1 makes no sense to me.

ETHICAL PHILOSOPHY SELECTOR

  1. Aquinas (100%)
  2. Epicureans (81%)
  3. Aristotle (75%)
  4. St. Augustine (70%)
  5. Nietzsche (66%)
  6. John Stuart Mill (65%)
  7. Jean-Paul Sartre (63%)
  8. David Hume (58%)
  9. Nel Noddings (55%)
  10. Spinoza (55%)
  11. Plato (55%)
  12. Ayn Rand (52%)
  13. Ockham (48%)
  14. Stoics (45%)
  15. Thomas Hobbes (44%)
  16. Jeremy Bentham (37%)
  17. Kant (33%)
  18. Cynics (30%)
  19. Prescriptivism (25%)

Philo-sonality THE ULTIMATE TEST

#1 Aristotelian
#2 Kantian
#3 Hegelian
#4 Platonic
#5 Augustinian
#6 Baconian
#7 Thomist
#8 Cartesian
#9 Epicurean
#10 Nietzschean
#11 Sartrean
#12 Socratic
#13 Humean
#14 Ockhamist

Choose your philosopher

#1 Aristotle
#2 Marx
#3 Descartes
#4 Hume
#5 Sartre
#6 Hegel
#7 Plato
#8 Kierkegaard
#9 Nietzsche

exactly…

  1. Spinoza (100%)
  2. St. Augustine (99%)
  3. Aquinas (93%)
  4. Jean-Paul Sartre (87%)
  5. Stoics (73%)
  6. David Hume (64%)
  7. Kant (64%)
  8. Ayn Rand (61%)
  9. John Stuart Mill (58%)
  10. Aristotle   (56%)
    
  11. Nietzsche   (52%)
    
  12. Plato   (50%)
    
  13. Thomas Hobbes   (50%)
    
  14. Cynics   (45%)
    
  15. Jeremy Bentham   (43%)
    
  16. Nel Noddings   (42%)
    
  17. Epicureans   (41%)
    
  18. Ockham   (37%)
    
  19. Prescriptivism   (30%)