What the quiz says about me after the jump.
Jean-Paul Sartre (100%)
John Stuart Mill (83%)
Jeremy Bentham (77%)
Ayn Rand (59%)
Nel Noddings (46%)
St. Augustine (46%)
David Hume (34%)
Thomas Hobbes (20%)
Here’s the disclaimer about how to interpret the scores:
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.
Surprises: Sarte is my top match? Aristotle is 5th from the bottom? (I would have guessed higher.) Rand is as high in the list as 7th?
While I’m not a card-carrying Kantian, it turns out that I’m not completely surprised that he’s second on my list of matches.
And, I need to mention my favorite feature of the quiz: each of the multiple choice items includes “Doesn’t matter/Dislike all answer choices” as a choice. Especially for a surevy about ethics (where one’s view may not be neatly captured by the other available choices), this is pretty neat.