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May 27th, 2002


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08:29 pm - Hmmm
Don't really feel like saying much, so I'll do the whole survey thing. I started with the Keirsey exam... but it was inconclusive.



Philosophical Alignment
The list below is modified by your input. The results are scored on a curve. The highest score, 100, represents the closest philosophical match to your reponses. This is not to say that you and the philosopher are in total agreement. However this is a philosophy that you may want to study further.

With a minor in Ethics, and having read portions of most of these clowns, I doubt the quality of this test


1.  Kant   (100%) 
2.  Bentham   (80%)  
3.  Mill   (80%)  
4.  Sartre   (74%)  
5.  Prescriptivism   (71%)  
6.  Epicureans   (64%) 
7.  Spinoza   (49%)  
8.  Stoics   (43%) 
9.  Hume   (37%)  
10.  Nietzsche   (37%)  

Religion Selector

The list below is modified by your input. The results are scored on a curve. The highest score, 100, represents the closest match to your responses. This does not mean that this or any religion has every view that you selected. However, the religion at the top of your list shares more of your selected beliefs than the others.

Ummm.... no? I question the validity of the entire site now.


1.  Unitarian Universalism (100%)   
2.  Secular Humanism (93%)  
3.  Liberal Quakers (79%)  
4.  Theravada Buddhism (72%)  
5.  Neo-Pagan (70%)  
6.  Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (67%)
7.  Nontheist (64%)   
8.  New Age (60%)   
9.  Taoism (55%)   
10.  Scientology (55%)  

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From:effjay
Date:May 27th, 2002 08:20 pm (UTC)
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Damn. And I had you pegged as a scientologist.
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Damn. And I had you pegged as a scientologist. <j/k>
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From:daemonv
Date:May 28th, 2002 03:33 pm (UTC)
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Don't make me mail you a copy of Dianetics.
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From:effjay
Date:May 29th, 2002 09:45 am (UTC)
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Is it your signed personal copy?
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From:zare_k
Date:May 27th, 2002 11:51 pm (UTC)
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1. Kant (100%)

Ouch :p
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From:vermonster
Date:May 28th, 2002 07:52 am (UTC)
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Here are my results, bro. And the parents say we don't have religion... obviously we're both Unitarian Universalists... who knew. but wouldn't Mom be proud that i'm 98% neo-pagan?? and 68% reformed jew for pops, woo hoo.

1.
Unitarian Universalism (100%)
2.
Neo-Pagan (98%)
3.
Liberal Quakers (87%)
4.
New Age (86%)
5.
Secular Humanism (82%)
6.
Mahayana Buddhism (79%)
7.
Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (76%)
8.
Theravada Buddhism (72%)
9.
Reform Judaism (68%)
10.
Taoism (60%)
11.
Orthodox Quaker (58%)
12.
Jainism (57%)
13.
Scientology (56%)
14.
Sikhism (54%)
15.
New Thought (52%)
16.
Nontheist (52%)
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From:daemonv
Date:May 28th, 2002 03:41 pm (UTC)
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You are far more Pagan than I am. You probably should have gone to those gatherings instead -- apparently it fits you better. :)
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From:leko
Date:May 28th, 2002 10:16 am (UTC)
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1. Kant (100%) Click here for info
2. Mill (95%) Click here for info
3. Sartre (92%) Click here for info
4. Rand (81%) Click here for info
5. Epicureans (76%) Click here for info
6. Bentham (73%) Click here for info
7. Stoics (70%) Click here for info
8. Prescriptivism (66%) Click here for info
9. Hobbes (58%) Click here for info
10. Spinoza (54%) Click here for info
11. Noddings (50%) Click here for info
12. Aristotle (50%) Click here for info
13. Hume (50%) Click here for info
14. Nietzsche (50%) Click here for info
15. Aquinas (49%) Click here for info
16. Cynics (38%) Click here for info
17. Ockham (33%) Click here for info
18. Plato (28%) Click here for info
19. Augustine (21%) Click here for info


Your Results:

1. Secular Humanism (100%) Click here for info
2. Unitarian Universalism (93%) Click here for info
3. Nontheist (81%) Click here for info
4. Liberal Quakers (72%) Click here for info
5. Theravada Buddhism (67%) Click here for info
6. Neo-Pagan (63%) Click here for info
7. Mainline to Liberal Christian Protestants (61%) Click here for info
8. Reform Judaism (49%) Click here for info
9. Taoism (47%) Click here for info
10. New Age (45%) Click here for info
11. Scientology (34%) Click here for info
12. New Thought (32%) Click here for info
13. Sikhism (31%) Click here for info
14. Mahayana Buddhism (29%) Click here for info
15. Orthodox Quaker (27%) Click here for info
16. Christian Science (Church of Christ, Scientist) (23%) Click here for info
17. Bahá'í Faith (21%) Click here for info
18. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (Mormons) (21%) Click here for info
19. Mainline to Conservative Christian/Protestant (17%) Click here for info
20. Seventh Day Adventist (15%) Click here for info
21. Eastern Orthodox (13%) Click here for info
22. Islam (13%) Click here for info
23. Orthodox Judaism (13%) Click here for info
24. Roman Catholic (13%) Click here for info
25. Jainism (10%) Click here for info
26. Hinduism (9%) Click here for info
27. Jehovah's Witness
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From:daemonv
Date:May 28th, 2002 03:40 pm (UTC)
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Heh. My guess is that, failing to understand Kant, the system just attributes any concept it doesn't understand to him... And I kind of get the sense that Unitarian is just * for non-religious minded characters...

You are far less Scientologist than I am. At least I'm more Pagan and you are more Jewish.

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From:skamille
Date:May 28th, 2002 04:11 pm (UTC)
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My religion results were almost (if not exactly) the same as Aaron's, but my morality results seemed to differ from the norm a bit:
1. Sartre (100%) Click here for info
2. Bentham (85%) Click here for info
3. Mill (67%) Click here for info
4. Hobbes (65%) Click here for info
5. Kant (62%) Click here for info
6. Aquinas (57%) Click here for info
7. Prescriptivism (56%) Click here for info
8. Rand (56%) Click here for info
9. Cynics (50%) Click here for info
10. Epicureans (50%) Click here for info
11. Spinoza (47%) Click here for info
12. Stoics (47%) Click here for info
13. Nietzsche (46%) Click here for info
14. Hume (45%) Click here for info
15. Noddings (45%) Click here for info
16. Aristotle (42%) Click here for info
17. Plato (38%) Click here for info
18. Augustine (28%) Click here for info
19. Ockham (17%) Click here for info

I prefer Camus, but they didn't really have questions that would detect that leaning.

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