Which philosopher are you?

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IanLovesDaleks said:
Nov 21 '14, 9:57AM

FIRST!

LycanFerret said:
Nov 1 '14, 9:55PM

I got 91% Aristotle he is my second favorite Philosopher my first is Nietzsche and only cause he is German! DEUTSCHLAND SIEG HEIL!

thejacky7 said:
Oct 11 '14, 5:11PM

you will die within 2 days if you do not post this comment to over 5 quizzes. when ur through press f6 and your crushes will appear on the screen

grammarnut said:
May 21 '14, 4:36PM

Not posting on my FB page until the misspellings and grammatical errors are corrected.

foggysoul11 said:
May 3 '14, 11:29AM

I got Nietzsche....I guess that's a good thing.

Appayipyip42 said:
Jan 9 '14, 5:10PM

No Karl Marx?

Megan Eggeling said:
Jan 6 '14, 8:39AM

compilers of quizzes are confined to the limits of their own thinking or plagiarising ideas of others within their limits. However, this was fun to do outwith the absurdity of your spelling!

Megan Eggeling said:
Jan 6 '14, 8:38AM

compilers of quizzes are confined to the limits of their own thinking or plagiarising ideas of others within their limits. However, this was fun to do outwith the absurdity of your spelling!

Kally428 said:
Dec 28 '13, 4:08AM

This quiz was confusing, but I'm happy with my result. :) Plato's my hero. Have you read The Republic? It's like he tricks you into agreeing with him.

KilljoyRainbow said:
Dec 26 '13, 7:53PM

Well, I think it's lovely.

Fix this said:
Dec 15 '13, 9:42AM

Terrible spelling. Not ready for the world to see yet. Please fix. Not to mention the simplification of the questions.

Aileen Tree said:
Nov 15 '13, 10:00PM

Sorry, but I think this quiz is of very poor standard. Full of grammatical & spelling errors; words used incorrectly; insufficient options; wording very often ambiguous. No meaningful result can be obtained through this. 0/10!

Aileen Tree said:
Nov 15 '13, 9:59PM

Sorry, but I think this quiz is of very poor standard. Full of grammatical &am p; spelling errors; words used incorrectly; insufficient options; wording very often ambiguous. No meaningful result can be obtained through this. 0/10!

Reanna15146 said:
Nov 7 '13, 7:39PM

Your Result: Nietzsche

77%
There is no provable absolute truth. At the bottom of every philosophy there is some inspired assumption which the philosopher defends with reasons they have sought after the fact. There is no rational principle behind our world. The most noble goal in life is to create art. To live well is to be art. If life is a dream, "I will dream on!"

I guess this is how I think. The art part doesn't really fit me, though... OK quiz.

dogloverforever said:
Nov 7 '13, 12:18AM

Which philosopher are you?
Your Result: Sartre/Camus (late existentialists)

78%
The world is absurd. No facts govern it. We live well once we truly accept the world's absurdity. YOU give our life's meaning, and YOU control your world. (see Nietzsche for very closely tied beliefs) --This quiz was made by S. A-Lerer.

61%Nietzsche

58%Aristotle

42%Early Wittgenstein / Positivists

32%Immanuel Kant

15%W.v.O. Quine / Late Wittgenstein

11%Plato (strict rationalists)
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drquine said:
Nov 4 '13, 10:36PM

The spelling is terrible and takes away from the credibility of the quiz. Otherwise a very clever concept.

SFA2 said:
Nov 3 '13, 12:25PM

Language can be better or worse? Than what? Itself? Outside influences? Going to swinger parties and picking up STDs from strangers? Language is the limits of my world (sic)?? It's pure gobbledygook. I hate pseudo intellectual tests like this expecting people to take it seriously when it's nonsense and grammatically incorrect.

quine said:
Nov 3 '13, 2:53AM

Learn to spell. Then study some stuff like what mutually exclusive means.

Does the star system allow anything other than 7?

SFA2 said:
Nov 2 '13, 9:52PM

The Michael Jackson quiz on that site is more scientific and valid than this one. What's next? Barbie and Ken?. Are they algid or fulgid? Can one be algid and the other fulgid? Which is which? Can life be burgeoning within their twisty groins even though they're plastic from identical clone molds? Will they become the overlords of the universe after the murky wastes of time deplete their primordial urges? Do plastic dolls have primordial urges? Like maybe in some parallell universe where people spout pretentious verbal diarrhea about philosophy?

garotapsykoze said:
Nov 2 '13, 2:06AM

For those lazy people saying "algid" and "fulgid" are not a word but couldn't spend a second looking it up at the dictionary:

*alg id
algid [al-jid]
adjective
cold; chilly.
Origin:
162030; < Latin algidus cold; see algor


*fulgent or fulgid (fldnt, fldd)
adj
poetic- shining brilliantly; resplendent; gleaming
[C15: from Latin fulgre to shine, flash]

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