Fun quizzes II

Ethical Philosophy Selector – Whose philosophies are you most like (Assuming you have ethics to begin with). I was most surprised to see me seeing eye to eye with Fred Nietzche. Militant Atheists and those annoying FreeThinkers worship him. But I really got to admit he’s got a point with “There are no facts. Only Interpretation.”

Mine (again, like you care):
1. Nietzsche (100%)
2. Spinoza (92%)
3. Stoics (88%)
4. David Hume (84%)
5. Jean-Paul Sartre (82%)
6. Aquinas (76%)
7. Aristotle (75%)
8. Epicureans (73%)
9. Ayn Rand (70%)
10. Thomas Hobbes (67%)

Like Steve Martin said “You forget most of what you learned in college… but you remember just enough of philosophy to screw you up for the rest of your life.”
Dole Office Clerk: Occupation?
Comicus: Stand up philosopher.
Dole Office Clerk: What?
Comicus: Stand up philosopher. I coalesce the vapors of human existence into a viable and meaningful comprehension.
Dole Office Clerk: Oh, a BULLSHIT artist!

Bea Arthur and Mel Brooks in History of the World Part I

So, whose philosophy is close to yours?

2 thoughts on “Fun quizzes II

  1. “*Fred* Nietzche”? Eric, Sir, that makes The Sublime Master sound like one of the Flintstones. His friends refer to him as “Fritz.” ;o)

    As for me, it was Nietzsche 100% and Ayn Rand 99%. The rest pales in comparison.

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