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Duncan Bannatyne
Honesty Industries
Posted - 2007.12.31 15:57:00 - [91]
 

Edited by: Duncan Bannatyne on 31/12/2007 16:04:17

1. Nietzsche (100%) Information link
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6. Epicureans (80%) Information link
7. Thomas Hobbes (72%) Information link
8. Kant (71%) Information link
9. Nel Noddings (68%) Information link
10. Aquinas (65%) Information link
11. Aristotle (60%) Information link
12. Cynics (60%) Information link
13. Ayn Rand (53%) Information link
14. John Stuart Mill (50%) Information link
15. Ockham (45%) Information link
16. Plato (45%) Information link
17. St. Augustine (45%) Information link
18. Jeremy Bentham (42%) Information link
19. Prescriptivism (39%) Information link

Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm (1844-1900)

We have free will
There is no God
Social conformity should not hold us back
The interests of others should not restrain us
We should be passionate beings
Masculinity, strength and passion are the highest qualities in a person
Conventional morality is a crutch to man

I did have "Truth." on the end of my statement, but however consulting with a friend this gentlemen's thoughts were the basis of Naz-ism.. lol.

Edit: heh at Na-zi being prohibited.

Maltitol
Gallente
Tides of Silence
Posted - 2007.12.31 16:22:00 - [92]
 

1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%) Information link
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3. Stoics (84%) Information link
4. John Stuart Mill (81%) Information link
5. Kant (81%) Information link
6. Thomas Hobbes (79%) Information link
7. David Hume (74%) Information link
8. Nietzsche (74%) Information link
9. Ayn Rand (72%) Information link
10. Epicureans (68%) Information link
11. Prescriptivism (67%) Information link
12. Jeremy Bentham (62%) Information link
13. Aquinas (55%) Information link
14. Cynics (51%) Information link
15. Nel Noddings (45%) Information link
16. Aristotle (42%) Information link
17. Plato (42%) Information link
18. St. Augustine (32%) Information link
19. Ockham (18%) Information link

Chris Bartlett
Caldari
C.R.M Productions
Posted - 2007.12.31 16:34:00 - [93]
 

Edited by: Chris Bartlett on 31/12/2007 16:35:58
1. Aquinas (100%) Information link
2. Aristotle (97%) Information link
3. Stoics (94%) Information link
4. Thomas Hobbes (86%) Information link
5. John Stuart Mill (85%) Information link
6. Ayn Rand (84%) Information link
7. Nietzsche (81%) Information link
8. David Hume (80%) Information link
9. Jean-Paul Sartre (79%) Information link
10. Kant (73%) Information link
11. Spinoza (71%) Information link
12. Epicureans (62%) Information link
13. Jeremy Bentham (57%) Information link
14. Cynics (49%) Information link
15. Ockham (44%) Information link
16. Prescriptivism (41%) Information link
17. Nel Noddings (40%) Information link
18. Plato (39%) Information link
19. St. Augustine (27%) Information link

Lol my guy is all like "woo god makes you happy" blah blah blah, yet i'm a very strong minded Aetheist (not sure how to spell it though Very Happy)

Second guy was more like it, but half the questions i didn't really know how to answer :S

Verdida
Dirty Deeds Corp.
Axiom Empire
Posted - 2007.12.31 16:50:00 - [94]
 

Edited by: Verdida on 31/12/2007 16:52:25

1. Nietzsche (100%) Information link
2. Spinoza (93%) Information link
3. Jean-Paul Sartre (89%) Information link
4. Epicureans (87%) Information link
5. Stoics (84%) Information link
6. Kant (82%) Information link
7. David Hume (75%) Information link
8. Aristotle (72%) Information link
9. Nel Noddings (71%) Information link
10. Aquinas (66%) Information link
11. Jeremy Bentham (65%) Information link
12. John Stuart Mill (63%) Information link
13. Thomas Hobbes (54%) Information link
14. Prescriptivism (53%) Information link
15. Ockham (50%) Information link
16. Cynics (46%) Information link
17. St. Augustine (44%) Information link
18. Ayn Rand (42%) Information link
19. Plato (25%) Information link

Meh, wanted to see Immanuel Kant higher up, let's rig the test, harr harr.
I had a teacher once that was in Sartre's "gang". Based on his lectures on Sartre, he sounded like a nice guy.

Traeon
Posted - 2007.12.31 17:03:00 - [95]
 

1. Spinoza at 100%
2. Aquinas at 83%

can't remember the rest.

JamnOne
Amarr
Posted - 2007.12.31 17:11:00 - [96]
 



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7. Epicureans (66%) Information link
8. Jeremy Bentham (63%) Information link
9. Spinoza (63%) Information link
10. Jean-Paul Sartre (61%) Information link
11. Aristotle (55%) Information link
12. Ayn Rand (51%) Information link
13. Nel Noddings (50%) Information link
14. Plato (38%) Information link
15. Nietzsche (35%) Information link
16. Stoics (30%) Information link
17. Cynics (26%) Information link
18. David Hume (13%) Information link
19. Thomas Hobbes (13%) Information link

Thorek Ironbrow
Caldari
CAPS Holding
Capital Storm
Posted - 2007.12.31 17:20:00 - [97]
 



1. Jeremy Bentham (100%) Information link
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3. Aquinas (87%) Information link
4. Aristotle (87%) Information link
5. Epicureans (75%) Information link
6. St. Augustine (73%) Information link
7. Jean-Paul Sartre (71%) Information link
8. Ayn Rand (66%) Information link
9. Spinoza (62%) Information link
10. David Hume (60%) Information link
11. Nietzsche (58%) Information link
12. Cynics (56%) Information link
13. Kant (56%) Information link
14. Thomas Hobbes (53%) Information link
15. Plato (50%) Information link
16. Stoics (50%) Information link
17. Prescriptivism (46%) Information link
18. Nel Noddings (40%) Information link
19. Ockham (35%) Information link


I don't really get what this test proves.

Sergeant Spot
Galactic Geographic BookMark Surveying Inc.
Posted - 2008.01.01 11:24:00 - [98]
 

Originally by: Duncan Bannatyne


1. Nietzsche (100%) Information link

Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm (1844-1900)

We have free will
There is no God
Social conformity should not hold us back
The interests of others should not restrain us
We should be passionate beings
Masculinity, strength and passion are the highest qualities in a person
Conventional morality is a crutch to man

I did have "Truth." on the end of my statement, but however consulting with a friend this gentlemen's thoughts were the basis of Naz-ism.. lol.

Edit: heh at Na-zi being prohibited.



While I personally loath the philosphy of Nietzsche, those that link him to the Na-zis are also in error.

Nietzsche was very much a creature of his time. You can find both the virtues and the flaws of 19th century thinking in his work. The Na-zis simply took the parts they liked and ran with them.

While I'm a fanatic about the importance of Free Will, and agree whole heartedly about the potential power of Will, my difference with Nietzsche is on underlying morality. He said there is none. Not only no God, but absolutely nothing. If thats the truth, it has no value in knowing it. No value at all.

D Gelalder
Gallente
Core Antum
Posted - 2008.01.01 12:57:00 - [99]
 

Quote:
1. John Stuart Mill (100%)
2. Kant (85%)
3. Prescriptivism (83%)
4. Epicureans (73%)
5. Jean-Paul Sartre (72%)
6. Aquinas (71%)
7. Aristotle (68%)
8. Jeremy Bentham (68%)
9. Spinoza (64%)
10. Plato (62%)
11. Ayn Rand (60%)
12. Ockham (57%)
13. Stoics (56%)
14. David Hume (54%)
15. Nietzsche (52%)
16. St. Augustine (46%)
17. Thomas Hobbes (39%)
18. Cynics (29%)
19. Nel Noddings (24%)


Moncada
Amarr
TOHA POS Management
TOHA Conglomerate
Posted - 2008.01.01 13:56:00 - [100]
 



1. Nietzsche (100%) Information link
2. Thomas Hobbes (89%) Information link
3. Ayn Rand (84%) Information link
4. David Hume (84%) Information link
5. Jean-Paul Sartre (73%) Information link
6. Epicureans (67%) Information link
7. Stoics (66%) Information link
8. Spinoza (63%) Information link
9. Aristotle (57%) Information link
10. Cynics (55%) Information link
11. John Stuart Mill (46%) Information link
12. Plato (44%) Information link
13. Aquinas (42%) Information link
14. Kant (40%) Information link
15. Prescriptivism (37%) Information link
16. Jeremy Bentham (35%) Information link
17. Ockham (29%) Information link
18. St. Augustine (26%) Information link
19. Nel Noddings (14%) Information link


Sanaya Sien
Minmatar
Volition Cult
-Mostly Harmless-
Posted - 2008.01.01 14:15:00 - [101]
 

1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100%)
2. Stoics (100%)
3. Kant (83%)
4. Spinoza (81%)
5. David Hume (76%)
6. Aquinas (71%)
7. Aristotle (67%)
8. John Stuart Mill (66%)
9. Nietzsche (66%)
10. Nel Noddings (63%)
11. Epicureans (61%)
12. Jeremy Bentham (61%)
13. Thomas Hobbes (60%)
14. Ayn Rand (57%)
15. Cynics (56%)
16. St. Augustine (40%)
17. Plato (36%)
18. Prescriptivism (36%)
19. Ockham (32%)

Kweel Nakashyn
shadow and cloaking
Yggdrasill.
Posted - 2008.01.01 14:51:00 - [102]
 

Noooooooooooooooooooooo not Kant :( :( :( :(

1. Kant (100%) Information link
2. Ayn Rand (91%) Information link
3. John Stuart Mill (76%) Information link
4. Stoics (74%) Information link
5. Jean-Paul Sartre (74%) Information link
6. Nietzsche (74%) Information link
7. Aristotle (68%) Information link
8. Epicureans (66%) Information link
9. Spinoza (64%) Information link
10. Prescriptivism (60%) Information link
11. Aquinas (59%) Information link
12. David Hume (58%) Information link
13. Thomas Hobbes (46%) Information link
14. Plato (45%) Information link
15. Ockham (43%) Information link
16. Jeremy Bentham (41%) Information link
17. St. Augustine (30%) Information link
18. Cynics (28%) Information link
19. Nel Noddings (24%) Information link

SiJira
Posted - 2008.01.01 21:41:00 - [103]
 

how many people agree with their assessment ?

Rjaiajik Kajvoril
Amarr
Cloak and Daggers
SMASH Alliance
Posted - 2008.01.03 11:40:00 - [104]
 

1. David Hume (100%) Information link
2. Nietzsche (98%) Information link
3. Ayn Rand (91%) Information link
4. Jean-Paul Sartre (89%) Information link
5. Stoics (84%) Information link
6. Thomas Hobbes (81%) Information link
7. Epicureans (77%) Information link
8. Aristotle (65%) Information link
9. Kant (60%) Information link
10. Spinoza (59%) Information link
11. John Stuart Mill (50%) Information link
12. Nel Noddings (47%) Information link
13. Plato (44%) Information link
14. Cynics (40%) Information link
15. Prescriptivism (39%) Information link
16. Aquinas (38%) Information link
17. St. Augustine (31%) Information link
18. Jeremy Bentham (30%) Information link
19. Ockham (20%) Information link

Kazuo Ishiguro
House of Marbles
Posted - 2008.01.03 12:07:00 - [105]
 

1. Aquinas (100%) Information link
2. Ayn Rand (97%) Information link
3. John Stuart Mill (90%) Information link
4. Jeremy Bentham (80%) Information link
5. Epicureans (80%) Information link
6. Jean-Paul Sartre (76%) Information link
7. Spinoza (76%) Information link
8. St. Augustine (70%) Information link
9. Aristotle (66%) Information link
10. Nel Noddings (57%) Information link
11. Stoics (55%) Information link
12. Cynics (53%) Information link
13. Kant (53%) Information link
14. Prescriptivism (53%) Information link
15. Plato (50%) Information link
16. Thomas Hobbes (50%) Information link
17. Nietzsche (33%) Information link
18. Ockham (26%) Information link
19. David Hume (22%) Information link

I'm not a particularly religious person, but apart from Aquinas at #1 I suppose that's a reasonable reflection.

Gaven Blands
Caldari
Cosmic Fusion
Systematic-Chaos
Posted - 2008.01.03 12:28:00 - [106]
 

I didn't even understand most of the choosable answers, but I'm sure they are all very, very, very, very relevant to me, society and the development of the species, I mean, look how far we have come after just 2 million years of evolution, and 5000 years of civilisation.

Good thing everybody contributed so much. Give all your selves a pat on the back, we humans are so neat!

Gaius Kador
PIE Inc.
Posted - 2008.01.03 12:31:00 - [107]
 

Edited by: Gaius Kador on 03/01/2008 12:31:53
Originally by: Rodj Blake
1. John Stuart Mill (100%) Information link
2. Aquinas (76%) Information link
3. Kant (73%) Information link
4. Jeremy Bentham (69%) Information link
5. Epicureans (63%) Information link
6. St. Augustine (52%) Information link
7. Nel Noddings (50%) Information link
8. Prescriptivism (50%) Information link
9. Aristotle (47%) Information link
10. Cynics (46%) Information link
11. Spinoza (46%) Information link
12. Jean-Paul Sartre (43%) Information link
13. Ayn Rand (40%) Information link
14. Stoics (37%) Information link
15. Ockham (36%) Information link
16. Thomas Hobbes (30%) Information link
17. David Hume (26%) Information link
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19. Nietzsche (20%) Information link


Hope that wasnt your character mate ;)

Originally by: correct answer for the Amarr

1. Plato (100%) Information link
2. Aristotle (95%) Information link
3. St. Augustine (94%) Information link
4. Aquinas (91%) Information link
5. Thomas Hobbes (78%) Information link
6. Ayn Rand (73%) Information link
7. Spinoza (72%) Information link
8. David Hume (70%) Information link
9. Jean-Paul Sartre (60%) Information link
10. John Stuart Mill (59%) Information link
11. Kant (55%) Information link
12. Jeremy Bentham (53%) Information link
13. Nietzsche (49%) Information link
14. Cynics (41%) Information link
15. Epicureans (35%) Information link
16. Nel Noddings (34%) Information link
17. Stoics (32%) Information link
18. Prescriptivism (31%) Information link
19. Ockham (30%) Information link



Bizarre!

Sokratesz
Rionnag Alba
Northern Coalition.
Posted - 2008.01.03 12:50:00 - [108]
 

1. Epicureans (100%)
2. Spinoza (98%)
3. Aristotle (94%)
4. Nietzsche (89%)
5. Ayn Rand (88%)
6. Jean-Paul Sartre (79%)
7. Aquinas (77%)
8. Jeremy Bentham (76%)
9. John Stuart Mill (75%)
10. Stoics (74%)
11. David Hume (67%)
12. Kant (64%)
13. Thomas Hobbes (63%)
14. St. Augustine (52%)
15. Cynics (50%)
16. Plato (39%)
17. Nel Noddings (33%)
18. Ockham (32%)
19. Prescriptivism (31%)

Kind of what i expected, always been intrigued by Spinoza and his effects on, for example, Einstein.

Cailais
Amarr
Nasty Pope Holding Corp
Talocan United
Posted - 2008.01.03 13:16:00 - [109]
 

1. Aquinas (100%) Information link
2. Spinoza (81%) Information link
3. Aristotle (69%) Information link
4. Ockham (65%) Information link
5. Kant (62%) Information link
6. St. Augustine (61%) Information link
7. Jeremy Bentham (58%) Information link
8. Stoics (54%) Information link
9. John Stuart Mill (51%) Information link
10. Plato (48%) Information link
11. Jean-Paul Sartre (47%) Information link
12. Nietzsche (42%) Information link
13. David Hume (32%) Information link
14. Epicureans (29%) Information link
15. Prescriptivism (29%) Information link
16. Ayn Rand (25%) Information link
17. Cynics (24%) Information link
18. Nel Noddings (22%) Information link
19. Thomas Hobbes (1%) Information link

Largely meaningless as Im not sure I understood the questions? Very Happy

C.


Gen Kumon
Caldari
Naqam
Shaktipat Revelators
Posted - 2008.01.03 15:49:00 - [110]
 

1. John Stuart Mill (100%) Information link
2. Kant (99%) Information link
3. Epicureans (96%) Information link
4. Jean-Paul Sartre (85%) Information link
5. Aquinas (77%) Information link
6. David Hume (63%) Information link
7. Nietzsche (63%) Information link
8. Prescriptivism (61%) Information link
9. Stoics (61%) Information link
10. Jeremy Bentham (60%) Information link
11. Ayn Rand (58%) Information link
12. Aristotle (57%) Information link
13. Spinoza (52%) Information link
14. Thomas Hobbes (51%) Information link
15. Nel Noddings (49%) Information link
16. Ockham (43%) Information link
17. Plato (41%) Information link
18. St. Augustine (37%) Information link
19. Cynics (33%) Information link

I have to say...I can live with it. John Stuart Mills, while not a perfect match for my views, is fairly obvious is regards to my libertarian leanings and focus on rationality over emotionalism. Not so sure on the Kant, though, but I haven't studied his writings in any detail, so...

Culmen
Caldari
Culmenation
Posted - 2008.01.03 16:05:00 - [111]
 

1. Nietzsche (100%) Information link
2. David Hume (86%) Information link
3. Aristotle (82%) Information link
4. Plato (80%) Information link
5. Thomas Hobbes (80%) Information link
6. Aquinas (80%) Information link
7. Stoics (78%) Information link
8. Ayn Rand (72%) Information link
9. Epicureans (69%) Information link
10. Jean-Paul Sartre (69%) Information link
11. Spinoza (66%) Information link
12. Cynics (63%) Information link
13. Jeremy Bentham (59%) Information link
14. St. Augustine (54%) Information link
15. John Stuart Mill (46%) Information link
16. Nel Noddings (31%) Information link
17. Kant (30%) Information link
18. Prescriptivism (30%) Information link
19. Ockham (25%) Information link

Horray for Das Uber Meinch

SoftRevolution
Posted - 2008.01.03 16:08:00 - [112]
 

Originally by: SiJira
how many people agree with their assessment ?


Not really. I find utilitarianism a bit silly.

uglyMcGee
Caldari
Null n Void
Darkness Rising Alliance
Posted - 2008.01.06 14:38:00 - [113]
 

Ethical Philosophy Selector Rankings:

1. Jean-Paul Sartre (100 %)
2. David Hume (84 %)
3. Kant (81 %)
4. John Stuart Mill (79 %)
5. Stoics (79 %)
6. Nietzsche (71 %)
7. Aristotle (67 %)
8. Epicureans (67 %)
9. Ayn Rand (66 %)
10. Jeremy Bentham (62 %)
11. Spinoza (60 %)
12. Aquinas (56 %)
13. Cynics (50 %)
14. Nel Noddings (50 %)
15. Thomas Hobbes (50 %)
16. Prescriptivism (49 %)
17. St. Augustine (47 %)
18. Ockham (43 %)
19. Plato (39 %)


hmmm...


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