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Which Philosopher Are You?

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Which Philosopher Are You?

You got: John Locke.

You think life is what we make of it and believe that our experiences shape the people we become. You also think that every person is entitled to the same rights.

John Locke.
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You got: Epicurus.

You think that the main point of life is to be happy and free of pain. In an ideal world, you would be entirely self-sufficient and surrounded by your friends as often as possible. You think that everything is random and that events in the universe are based on the unpredictable movements of atoms in space.

Epicurus.
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You got: Jeremy Bentham.

You think that everyone should have the right to express their own opinions and be heard. When making ethical decisions, you always try to maximise happiness for the greatest number of people.

Jeremy Bentham.
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You got: René Descartes.

You think that the mind and body are seperate, and that the mind controls the body. You're also a bit of a a trend-setter and you're never afraid to express new opinions.

René Descartes.
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You got: Plato.

You believe in reincarnation and think that you learnt everything you know in a previous life. You're the smartest person you know, and suspect that your friends often copy you.

Plato.
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You got: Aristotle.

You think that everyone should aim to be as happy as they possibly can, and that happiness is best achieved by challenging yourself academically. You're always reading and you enjoy going to art museums and galleries.

Aristotle.
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You got: Immanuel Kant.

When making moral decisions, you try not to have double standards and always ask yourself whether you'd be happy for others to act in the same way as you do. You always try not to be selfish.

Immanuel Kant.
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You got: David Hume.

You think that people learn by experiencing things rather than reading about them. You don't think it's possible to work out what will happen in the future based on past events.

David Hume.
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You got: Socrates.

If you don't understand something, you're not afraid to ask questions about it. You try your hardest to be a moral person and don't value material possessions very highly.

Socrates.
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You got: Ludwig Wittgenstein.

You spend a lot of time thinking and often find yourself unable to express your thoughts to those around you. You're baffled by the world and don't think it's possible to make sense of it.

Ludwig Wittgenstein.
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You got: Thomas Hobbes.

You're a strong advocate of equal rights for all people and think that the best way to ensure that everyone has the rights they deserve is to give up individual freedom and accept policies from a central authority.

Thomas Hobbes.
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You got: Michel Foucault.

You find it hard to self-define, as you believe that you're always changing. You don't believe that power is possessed by individuals, but instead think power is an action that individuals can engage in.

Michel Foucault.
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You got: Judith Butler.

You think that gender is a social construct that is not tied to material, bodily facts. You're a feminist and don't think that anyone should subscribe to gender norms.

Judith Butler.
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You got: John Stuart Mill.

You think that everyone should be able to make their own decisions, even if others don't agree with you. You think that the right thing to do always involves pleasing the majority of people.

John Stuart Mill.
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You got: Karl Marx.

You believe in equality and think that resources should be fairly distributed. In an ideal world, you'd live in a classless society.

Karl Marx.
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You got: Friedrich Nietzsche.

You think that morality is relative and don't think that people should subscribe to a common set of beliefs. You believe that everyone should be given the opportunity to develop their own set of rules to abide by.

Friedrich Nietzsche.
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You got: Jean-Jacques Rousseau.

Although you believe in individual freedom, you think that social contracts are necessary in order to allow society to function in a rational, non-impulsive way.

Jean-Jacques Rousseau.
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You got: George Berkeley.

You don't think that anything exists unless it is being perceived. You think that the best way to learn about the world is to experience as many things as possible.

George Berkeley.
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