benth pressing some ethical philosophy

Ethical Philosophy Results

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  • 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.

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  • 1.  Jeremy Bentham   (100%)  Click here for info
    2.  Jean-Paul Sartre   (91%)  Click here for info
    3.  John Stuart Mill   (87%)  Click here for info
    4.  Thomas Hobbes   (83%)  Click here for info
    5.  Prescriptivism   (82%)  Click here for info
    6.  Aquinas   (75%)  Click here for info
    7.  Epicureans   (74%)  Click here for info
    8.  Kant   (73%)  Click here for info
    9.  Cynics   (62%)  Click here for info
    10.  Nel Noddings   (60%)  Click here for info
    11.  Spinoza   (60%)  Click here for info
    12.  Nietzsche   (59%)  Click here for info
    13.  Aristotle   (52%)  Click here for info
    14.  David Hume   (51%)  Click here for info
    15.  Plato   (48%)  Click here for info
    16.  Ayn Rand   (46%)  Click here for info
    17.  Stoics   (46%)  Click here for info
    18.  Ockham   (35%)  Click here for info
    19.  St. Augustine   (34%)  Click here for info

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