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Author: Subject: Ethical Philosopher Selector

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  posted on 17/9/2003 at 08:53 AM
Inspired by IamSquid's Belief-o-matic, and personality disorders forum, I thought I'd post this:


http://selectsmart.com/PHILOSOPHY/

Your Results:

1. Kant (100%)
2. Jean-Paul Sartre (95%)
3. Epicureans (88%)
4. Nietzsche (87%)
5. Stoics (83%)
6. John Stuart Mill (81%)
7. David Hume (80%)
8. Ayn Rand (71%)
9. Spinoza (67%)
10. Thomas Hobbes (65%)
11. Prescriptivism (63%)
12. Jeremy Bentham (61%)
13. Aristotle (56%)
14. Aquinas (53%)
15. Ockham (46%)
16. Cynics (41%)
17. Nel Noddings (41%)
18. Plato (27%)
19. St. Augustine (23%)

 

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  posted on 17/9/2003 at 06:19 PM
1. Kant (100%)
2. Aquinas (93%)
4. Spinoza (91%)
5. John Stuart Mill (86%)
7. Ayn Rand (77%)
8. Jeremy Bentham (77%)
9. Jean-Paul Sartre (76%)
10. Epicureans (67%)
11. Nietzsche (67%)
12. Prescriptivism (56%)
13. St. Augustine (54%)
14. David Hume (50%)
15. Plato (43%)
16. Nel Noddings (43%)
17. Ockham (30%)
18. Cynics (22%)
19. Thomas Hobbes (22%)


Although I have to say, I found the questions more interesting than the results.


'One day, in the late mid-‘80s, I was in my early late 20s, I had just been dismissed from university after delivering a brilliant lecture on the aggressive influence of German philosophy on rock and roll, entitled, “You, Kant, Always Get What You Want”.'
--Hedwig

 

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  posted on 17/9/2003 at 08:01 PM
Is it morally wrong that in high school, I wrote a spoof song called "Plato was a Dicknose"? (To the tune of Aqualung by Jethro Tull)

1. Spinoza (100%)
2. Jean-Paul Sartre (97%)
3. Epicureans (87%)
4. Jeremy Bentham (81%)
5. Kant (81%)
6. Stoics (81%)
7. Ayn Rand (80%)
8. John Stuart Mill (80%)
9. Nietzsche (76%)
10. David Hume (73%)
11. Aquinas (71%)
12. Aristotle (70%)
13. St. Augustine (59%)
14. Thomas Hobbes (54%)
15. Cynics (53%)
16. Nel Noddings (36%)
17. Prescriptivism (33%)
18. Plato (28%)
19. Ockham (19%)

Dunno what Nietzsche is doing that far up the list.

"Nietzsche was stupid and abnormal" - Leo Tolstoy

 

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  posted on 17/9/2003 at 08:53 PM
Hmmmm....


1. Spinoza (100%)
2. Stoics (96%)
3. St. Augustine (86%)
4. Kant (84%)
5. Plato (81%)
6. Jean-Paul Sartre (80%)
7. Aquinas (72%)
8. David Hume (65%)
9. Nietzsche (62%)
10. Cynics (57%)
11. Ayn Rand (51%)
12. John Stuart Mill (50%)
13. Jeremy Bentham (46%)
14. Aristotle (43%)
15. Nel Noddings (40%)
16. Ockham (40%)
17. Thomas Hobbes (37%)
18. Epicureans (25%)
19. Prescriptivism (25%)


I have to admit I don't think very highly of St. "give my chastity but not just yet" Augustine, I feel more socratic then stoic.

And Devin, I think your song is fine, I wrote one called "Kant is a Kunt" which I'm sure is at least as bad....

 

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  posted on 17/9/2003 at 11:36 PM


1. Nietzsche (100%)
2. Stoics (87%)
3. David Hume (84%)
4. Jean-Paul Sartre (83%)
5. Ayn Rand (82%)
6. Spinoza (67%)
7. Kant (64%)
8. Thomas Hobbes (62%)
9. Cynics (58%)
10. Epicureans (45%)
11. Prescriptivism (41%)
12. St. Augustine (39%)
13. John Stuart Mill (38%)
14. Nel Noddings (36%)
15. Aristotle (35%)
16. Aquinas (33%)
17. Jeremy Bentham (28%)
18. Ockham (26%)
19. Plato (23%)


I had this feeling about it ending up with this sort of order. Not sure why, just thought it might.

 

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"When choosing between two evils, I always like to try the one I've never tried before." ~Mae West


 

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  posted on 18/9/2003 at 07:15 AM
Devin: It is not morally wrong, then again my morals are somewhat nonexistant. Besides, he was a dicknose.


1. Jean-Paul Sartre   (100%)  
2.  David Hume   (95%)  
3.  Nietzsche   (81%)  
4.  Stoics   (81%)  
5.  Nel Noddings   (81%)  
6.  Kant   (72%)  
7.  Cynics   (70%)  
8.  Aquinas   (62%)  
9.  John Stuart Mill   (61%)  
10.  Thomas Hobbes   (61%)  
11.  Spinoza   (59%)  
12.  St. Augustine   (59%) 
13.  Aristotle   (56%)  
14.  Epicureans   (45%)  
15.  Jeremy Bentham   (40%)  
16.  Ockham   (40%)  
17.  Plato   (40%)  
18.  Ayn Rand   (34%)  
19.  Prescriptivism   (18%) 

 

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"Truth is always on the move. It is always somewhere, but never in the foreground, never on the surface."
-Franz Marc

 

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  posted on 18/9/2003 at 07:44 AM
who'd a thunk

1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%) Click here for info
2. Jeremy Bentham (93%) Click here for info
3. Kant (82%) Click here for info
4. John Stuart Mill (80%) Click here for info
5. Epicureans (78%) Click here for info
6. Aquinas (60%) Click here for info
7. Spinoza (60%) Click here for info
8. Aristotle (59%) Click here for info
9. Ayn Rand (59%) Click here for info
10. Stoics (59%) Click here for info
11. David Hume (52%) Click here for info
12. Nietzsche (52%) Click here for info
13. Cynics (46%) Click here for info
14. Thomas Hobbes (46%) Click here for info
15. Ockham (40%) Click here for info
16. St. Augustine (38%) Click here for info
17. Plato (34%) Click here for info
18. Prescriptivism (33%) Click here for info
19. Nel Noddings (29%) Click here for info

 

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  posted on 18/9/2003 at 03:52 PM
1. Aquinas (100%)
2. Jean-Paul Sartre (86%)
3. St. Augustine (85%)
4. John Stuart Mill (84%)
5. Cynics (82%)
6. Kant (77%)
7. Aristotle (75%)
8. Spinoza (67%)
9. Jeremy Bentham (62%)
10. Stoics (61%)
11. Ayn Rand (54%)
12. Ockham (54%)
13. David Hume (44%)
14. Nel Noddings (44%)
15. Prescriptivism (36%)
16. Epicureans (36%)
17. Plato (29%)
18. Nietzche (27%)
19. Thomas Hobbes (4%)

It bothers me that Ayn Rand and Epicureanism made my list at all.

 

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  posted on 21/9/2003 at 11:04 PM
Your Results:


1. Stoics (100%)
2. Cynics (79%)
3. David Hume (79%)
4. Spinoza (77%)
5. Nietzsche (70%)
6. Aquinas (68%)
7. Aristotle (68%)
8. Ayn Rand (64%)
9. Thomas Hobbes (62%)
10. Jean-Paul Sartre (61%)
11. St. Augustine (44%)
12. Plato (42%)
13. Epicureans (33%)
14. Nel Noddings (33%)
15. Jeremy Bentham (25%)
16. John Stuart Mill (16%)
17. Kant (16%)
18. Ockham (0%)
19. Prescriptivism (0%)

Im disturbed yet relieved allll at the same time

 

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  posted on 22/9/2003 at 10:29 AM
*chuckle* Jethro Tull... It never ceases to surprise me what is said by everyone here! Lets see what I got...

1. Stoics (100%)
2. Jean-Paul Sartre (92%)
3. Aquinas (80%)
4. Spinoza (68%)
5. St. Augustine (65%)
6. Kant (63%)
7. Ayn Rand (60%)
8. Cynics (60%)
9. David Hume (52%)
10. Nietzsche (51%)
11. Plato (50%)
12. John Stuart Mill (46%)
13. Aristotle (42%)
14. Jeremy Bentham (40%)
15. Thomas Hobbes (38%)
16. Ockham (28%)
17. Epicureans (21%)
18. Nel Noddings (14%)
19. Prescriptivism (12%)

Hopefully, I will elarn who all these people are at St. John's College of Liberal Arts, with their marvellous philosophical courses of study! And now, to add to the song discussions so abound in here, I present a quote from one of my favourite songs of all time! The Philosophe's Drinking Song!

"Immanuel Kant was a real pissant who was very rarely stable!
Heidegger Heidegger was a boozy beggar who could think you under the table
David Hume could out-consume Wilhelm Freiderich Hegel
And Whittgenstein was a beery swine who was just as scholoshed as Schlegel!
There's nothing Nieizsche couldn't teach 'ya 'bout the raising of the wrist.
Socrates, himself, was permanently pissed."

And so on and so forth!

 

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The perfect mind is like a mirror. It grasps nothing. It expects nothing. It reflects but does not hold. Therefore, the perfect man can act without effort.
~Chuang Tsu

 

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  posted on 23/9/2003 at 06:54 PM
1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%)
2. Spinoza (96%)
3. Stoics (88%)
4. Nietzsche (84%)
5. David Hume (83%)
6. Kant (77%)
7. Nel Noddings (75%)
8. Ockham (60%)
9. Aquinas (57%)
10. St. Augustine (55%)
11. Thomas Hobbes (52%)
12. Cynics (47%)
13. Epicureans (42%)
14. Aristotle (40%)
15. John Stuart Mill (40%)
16. Jeremy Bentham (38%)
17. Plato (34%)
18. Prescriptivism (32%)
19. Ayn Rand (30%)

Well, I'm a bigger fan of Kierkagaard but Sartre is close-enough. And Ayn Rand is right at the bottom (although 30% seems a little high).

[Edited on 9/26/2003 by IamSquid]

 

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i wanted to die, and then it progressed into wanting everyone else to die so i could watch, and then me die.

-ickgirl

 

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  posted on 24/9/2003 at 10:26 PM
Holy shit squid I took that test and our top four are IDENTICAL.

WIERD.

First you have my birthday, then you have a weinerdog, and now THIS!
..interloper...*huff*

 

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  posted on 24/9/2003 at 11:48 PM
Kierkegaard? KIERKEGAARD?! Søren "Ow! Hey! It hurts me!" Kierkegaard?!! That little cheesey Danish wouldn't even have been a philosopher except for the fact that he was too small and sickly to last more than a few hours at band camp.

~M.

 

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  posted on 25/9/2003 at 12:48 PM
You act like you know the guy personally, Mono...

Although there is a voice in my head saying you probably do...

 

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  posted on 25/9/2003 at 03:16 PM
We went to school together. I convinced him to rework the manuscripts for "Fear and Trembling" and "The Sickness Unto Death"... they were originally a collection of essays which he called "That Recurring Pain I Sometimes Get in the Back of My Head" and "Gosh, I Just Know It's My Liver", respectively.

~M.

 

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  posted on 25/9/2003 at 06:43 PM
Bettie: Yoo better hope yor not my doppleganger, girl.

Mono: Shut up, Kierkagaard is awesome.

Oooooo, grumpy squid today!

 

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i wanted to die, and then it progressed into wanting everyone else to
die so i could watch, and then me die.




-ickgirl

 

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  posted on 25/9/2003 at 07:50 PM
From what little I just read... Keirkagaard isn't such a bad guy... I like the idea of an ethical life being more fulfilling than an aesthetic one...

Now I'm just wondering how to pronounce his name...

 

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  posted on 25/9/2003 at 08:35 PM
Boots: The Danish pronunciation of Kierkegaard is: SNEE zee dwôrf.

~M.

 

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  posted on 26/9/2003 at 05:04 AM
Kierkegaard? Isn't he also the author of the famed "That painful burning itch" and "I just know it's malignant"? or do I have him confused with someone else.

Oddly I took that test again on a day when I was not feeling rushed, and after having slept for the first time in about two weeks, Plato was on first, with Dr. Who, on second, and an Umpa-Lompa on third.

 

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  posted on 26/9/2003 at 07:13 AM
I think it is interesting to see which ones they left out all together in this quiz. After all that is a small list with a reasonablly focused spectrum of beliefs.

 

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