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    Ethical Philosophy!

    Ethical Philosophy quiz

    I got this:

    1. John Stuart Mill (100%) Info & Notes
    2. Jeremy Bentham (98%) Info & Notes
    3. Thomas Aquinas (97%) Info & Notes
    4. Jean-Paul Sartre (90%) Info & Notes
    5. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (85%) Info & Notes

    6. Aristotle (76%) Info & Notes
    7. Epicureans (73%) Info & Notes
    8. Immanuel Kant (72%) Info & Notes
    9. Thomas Hobbes (65%) Info & Notes
    10. Ayn Rand (62%) Info & Notes
    11. Stoics (62%) Info & Notes
    12. Plato (59%) Info & Notes
    13. David Hume (53%) Info & Notes
    14. Cynics (51%) Info & Notes
    15. Prescriptivism (50%) Info & Notes
    16. St. Augustine (43%) Info & Notes
    17. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (40%) Info & Notes
    18. Nel Noddings (26%) Info & Notes
    19. William of Ockham (17%)
    I'm surprised that Aquinas got so high. That intrigues me. Not surprised by getting Spinoza in my top 5.

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    1. John Stuart Mill (100%) Info & Notes
    2. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%) Info & Notes
    3. Ayn Rand (94%) Info & Notes
    4. Epicureans (92%) Info & Notes
    5. Thomas Aquinas (79%) Info & Notes
    6. Jeremy Bentham (71%) Info & Notes
    7. Aristotle (68%) Info & Notes
    8. Stoics (67%) Info & Notes
    9. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (65%) Info & Notes
    10. Immanuel Kant (64%) Info & Notes
    11. Thomas Hobbes (60%) Info & Notes
    12. David Hume (60%) Info & Notes
    13. St. Augustine (57%) Info & Notes
    14. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (56%) Info & Notes
    15. Plato (54%) Info & Notes
    16. Cynics (52%) Info & Notes
    17. Nel Noddings (52%) Info & Notes
    18. Prescriptivism (33%) Info & Notes
    19. William of Ockham (20%)
    Not too familiar with this Mill fellow, but he seems to be the philosopher of choice for the INTP

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    Wow... the colors on that webpage really get to me.

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    Your Complete Results:
    1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%) Info & Notes
    2. Jeremy Bentham (98%) Info & Notes
    3. Ayn Rand (96%) Info & Notes
    4. Epicureans (76%) Info & Notes
    5. Aristotle (68%) Info & Notes
    6. Cynics (68%) Info & Notes
    7. Thomas Hobbes (66%) Info & Notes
    8. John Stuart Mill (65%) Info & Notes
    9. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (64%) Info & Notes
    10. Thomas Aquinas (61%) Info & Notes
    11. Prescriptivism (58%) Info & Notes
    12. Stoics (56%) Info & Notes
    13. Immanuel Kant (52%) Info & Notes
    14. Nel Noddings (50%) Info & Notes
    15. Plato (31%) Info & Notes
    16. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (31%) Info & Notes
    17. St. Augustine (26%) Info & Notes
    18. David Hume (25%) Info & Notes
    19. William of Ockham (15%) Info & Notes
    For most of my life I was most drawn to utilitarianism and existentialism. I say WTF to Ayn Rand at 96%, though I admit she influenced me when I was a teenager. Perhaps I doth protest too much.
    Your gardening sucks and your avocados ain't fruitin'. -- Sappho the Maestro

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    1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%)
    2. Immanuel Kant (99%)
    3. John Stuart Mill (94%)
    4. Ayn Rand (94%)
    5. Stoics (71%)
    6. Aristotle (65%)
    7. Epicureans (63%)
    8. Prescriptivism (63%)
    9. Thomas Aquinas (61%)
    10. Jeremy Bentham (60%)
    11. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (56%)
    12. David Hume (51%)
    13. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (41%)
    14. Plato (41%)
    15. Thomas Hobbes (38%)
    16. Nel Noddings (38%)
    17. St. Augustine (35%)
    18. William of Ockham (33%)
    19. Cynics (18%)

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    1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%)
    2. Immanuel Kant (87%)
    3. Ayn Rand (81%)
    4. John Stuart Mill (80%)
    5. Prescriptivism (63%)
    6. Thomas Aquinas (61%)
    7. Jeremy Bentham (52%)
    8. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (42%)
    9. St. Augustine (38%)
    10. William of Ockham (38%)
    11. Stoics (38%)
    12. Plato (33%)
    13. Cynics (30%)
    14. Epicureans (30%)
    15. Aristotle (28%)
    16. Nel Noddings (28%)
    17. Thomas Hobbes (22%)
    18. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (18%)
    19. David Hume (16%)

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    1. Thomas Aquinas (100%)
    2. Jean-Paul Sartre (96%)
    3. Aristotle (95%)
    4. Ayn Rand (90%)
    5. John Stuart Mill (88%)
    6. Jeremy Bentham (85%)
    7. Plato (85%)
    8. David Hume (82%)
    9. St. Augustine (80%)
    10. Immanuel Kant (79%)
    11. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (79%)
    12. Stoics (71%)
    13. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (68%)
    14. Epicureans (63%)
    15. Thomas Hobbes (57%)
    16. Cynics (49%)
    17. Prescriptivism (39%)
    18. Nel Noddings (31%)
    19. William of Ockham (22%)
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    Heh. We've been here years now.

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    1. Immanuel Kant (100%)
    2. John Stuart Mill (95%)
    3. Jean-Paul Sartre (94%)
    4. Thomas Aquinas (69%)
    5. Stoics (66%)
    6. Jeremy Bentham (60%)
    7. Ayn Rand (60%)
    8. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (56%)
    9. Nel Noddings (52%)
    10. Epicureans (50%)
    11. Prescriptivism (50%)
    12. St. Augustine (47%)
    13. Plato (46%)
    14. Aristotle (44%)
    15. David Hume (39%)
    16. William of Ockham (39%)
    17. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (33%)
    18. Thomas Hobbes (26%)
    19. Cynics (18%)

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    1. Immanuel Kant (100%)
    2. John Stuart Mill (97%)
    3. Prescriptivism (89%)
    4. Jean-Paul Sartre (78%)
    5. Ayn Rand (74%)
    6. Thomas Aquinas (72%)
    7. Jeremy Bentham (64%)
    8. Stoics (58%)
    9. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (52%)
    10. Aristotle (45%)
    11. William of Ockham (40%)
    12. Epicureans (38%)
    13. St. Augustine (35%)
    14. Nel Noddings (33%)
    15. Plato (29%)
    16. Thomas Hobbes (24%)
    17. David Hume (22%)
    18. Cynics (22%)
    19. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (13%)

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    1. Thomas Aquinas (100%)
    2. Aristotle (91%)
    3. Baruch (later known as Benedictus) Spinoza (86%)
    4. Plato (83%)
    5. St. Augustine (75%)
    6. Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (69%)
    7. Jeremy Bentham (67%)
    8. John Stuart Mill (64%)
    9. Stoics (63%)
    10. Ayn Rand (61%)
    11. Jean-Paul Sartre (59%)
    12. Epicureans (58%)
    13. Cynics (51%)
    14. Immanuel Kant (48%)
    15. David Hume (47%)
    16. William of Ockham (43%)
    17. Thomas Hobbes (39%)
    18. Nel Noddings (31%)
    19. Prescriptivism (30%)

    No. 1 is most likely due to my religious attitude towards my profession... No Schopenhauer, though? Shame on you, quiz makers!

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