What ethical philosopher are you like?
|2.||Jeremy Bentham (91%)|
|4.||John Stuart Mill (78%)|
|6.||Ayn Rand (72%)|
|7.||Jean-Paul Sartre (62%)|
|9.||Thomas Hobbes (51%)|
|15.||David Hume (38%)|
|17.||St. Augustine (32%)|
|19.||Nel Noddings (22%)|
This feels approximately right... although I find being 80% an atheist
Thomist a bit unnerving. And who the hell is Nel Noddings? She sounds like a
character in a Thomas Hardy novel.
Via the Green Fairy's blog.
Top radical is 'mountain' (山), bottom is 'stone/rock' (石). Henshall
suggests as a mnemonic: 'Stony mountain shows rocky crags.'