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    selectsmart.com/philosophy

    Note that when you get your results, 100% doesn't mean you agree with that philosopher in totality but it means it's who you agreed with the most


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    I got Spinoza, epic

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    😐 ur list is scary ngl

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    amory

    😐 ur list is scary ngl

    Expand please, vladimirx boofin

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    Jesus gang Jesus gang Jesus gang

    Also smoking on that libtard pack

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    blonded

    Expand please, vladimirx boofin

    2 libtards in ur top 5

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    Scratchin Mamba

    2 libtards in ur top 5

    all i know is there is no inherent meaning to anything and morality is relative

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    some of those questions confusing my brain ngl

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    blonded

    all i know is there is no inherent meaning to anything and morality is relative

    this is what a guy with the bio "every night i dream of being bent over by charli xcx and penetrated with her 10-inch strap-on while she shoves my face into the bed" would definitely say

  • PIMP 💿
    Jan 6, 2022

    Dam I got Epicureans & Immanuel Kant top 2

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    ARCADE GOON

    this is what a guy with the bio "every night i dream of being bent over by charli xcx and penetrated with her 10-inch strap-on while she shoves my face into the bed" would definitely say

    i stay true 💯

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    Future

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    Nietzsche, Sartre, Kant, Rand

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    blonded

    all i know is there is no inherent meaning to anything and morality is relative

    Agree on the meaning part but morality isn't completely relative, it is to a larhe extent tho

    But part of it is just instincts i would say, even animals seem to have a sense of morality u kno and it's usually the same moral code

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    Scratchin Mamba

    Agree on the meaning part but morality isn't completely relative, it is to a larhe extent tho

    But part of it is just instincts i would say, even animals seem to have a sense of morality u kno and it's usually the same moral code

    i see a bit of what you're saying. i don't have a super grounded philosophical stance and it may change when i delve into the field more but as it stands i don't believe in there being any objective moral truths

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    Thinking about another mans thoughts... I'll worry about my own thanks

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    1\. 	Thomas Aquinas (100%)
    
    2\. 	St. Augustine (86%)
    
    3\. 	Epicureans (85%)	  
    
    4\. 	William of Ockham (73%)
    
    5\. 	Benedictus Spinoza (73%)	  
    
    6\. 	Aristotle (71%)	 
    
    7\. 	Immanuel Kant (71%)	  
    
    8\. 	Jeremy Bentham (66%)	 
    
    9\. 	John Stuart Mill (64%)	 
    
    10\. 	Prescriptivism (63%)	  	
    
    11\. 	Jean-Paul Sartre (63%)	 
    
    12\. 	Stoics (43%)	  
    
    13\. 	Cynics (42%)	  
    
    14\. 	Ayn Rand (41%)	  
    
    15\. 	Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche (38%)	  		  
    
    16\. 	Plato (36%)	  

    Well, am I a good person?

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    Always thought of myself as a utilitarian and ended up with 100% Jeremy Bentham, that'll do it

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    smokin that postmodernism pack #ripbozo #downbad

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    blonded

    i see a bit of what you're saying. i don't have a super grounded philosophical stance and it may change when i delve into the field more but as it stands i don't believe in there being any objective moral truths

    I feel u me neither tbh this mostly just my raw thoughts

    I feel like especially the more complicated society gets and how things which we as monkes woulda found morally appealing (like unequal compensation for example) get obfuscated and mystified through ideology sniff .

    But even besides that there are obviously realms of morality where it cannot simply be reduced to an obfuscation of things we would find instinctually moral or immoral, and that's where morality can become purely subjective imo.

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    Lacan and the bhudda

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    Scratchin Mamba

    I feel u me neither tbh this mostly just my raw thoughts

    I feel like especially the more complicated society gets and how things which we as monkes woulda found morally appealing (like unequal compensation for example) get obfuscated and mystified through ideology sniff .

    But even besides that there are obviously realms of morality where it cannot simply be reduced to an obfuscation of things we would find instinctually moral or immoral, and that's where morality can become purely subjective imo.

    i feel like a lot of what people view as objective morality comes from socialization as opposed to an innate internal feeling (but that might just be me swinging too hard against evo psych cuz people misrepresent that s*** all the time). like how many people simply say stealing is wrong or so and so is wrong because it's the law?

    maybe they wouldn't keep that view if pressed on it but i think a lot of things that some people hold as objectively good or objectively bad could be flipped to the opposite with enough time and socialization

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    blonded

    i feel like a lot of what people view as objective morality comes from socialization as opposed to an innate internal feeling (but that might just be me swinging too hard against evo psych cuz people misrepresent that s*** all the time). like how many people simply say stealing is wrong or so and so is wrong because it's the law?

    maybe they wouldn't keep that view if pressed on it but i think a lot of things that some people hold as objectively good or objectively bad could be flipped to the opposite with enough time and socialization

    Yeah I've become allergic to evolutionary psychology as well to an extent bc of that lmao but you can't dismiss it totally just bc reactionaries apply it to every tradition that they want to keep in place yk

    And the ethics of stealing is again something that definitely is socialized to a very large extent, but in what way really? Like i personally don't see there's rly all that much wrong with stealing from those who got what they have from exploitation in the first place like large corporations. Many others would disagree ofc, but isn't this exactly an example of where morality becomes more complicated and subjective because society has similar to unequal compensation?

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