My Ethical Philosophy

I have not studied ethical philosophy in any formal way. But I found it interesting to follow this tip from Doug Chaplin to the Ethical Philosophy Selector. My results are interesting:

1. St. Augustine (100%) Information link
2. Aquinas (94%) Information link
3. Kant (88%) Information link
4. Ockham (83%) Information link
5. Spinoza (79%) Information link
6. Ayn Rand (67%) Information link
7. Aristotle (64%) Information link
8. Jean-Paul Sartre (57%) Information link
9. Jeremy Bentham (55%) Information link
10. John Stuart Mill (52%) Information link
11. Nietzsche (52%) Information link
12. Nel Noddings (51%) Information link
13. Prescriptivism (50%) Information link
14. Stoics (45%) Information link
15. Cynics (42%) Information link
16. Epicureans (39%) Information link
17. David Hume (38%) Information link
18. Plato (28%) Information link
19. Thomas Hobbes (11%) Information link

So, while I have problems with the theology of Augustine of Hippo, it seems I am close to him in ethical philosophy. Given how I answered, it is of course not surprising that I am closest to the two major Christian figures in the list.

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