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1. Stoics (100%)
2. Sartre (97%)
3. Hume (89%)
4. Nietzsche (84%)
5. Spinoza (84%)
6. Kant (81%)
7. Rand (76%)
8. Hobbes (75%)
9. Prescriptivism (63%)
10. Mill (59%)
11. Cynics (51%)
12. Bentham (48%)
13. Aristotle (40%)
14. Aquinas (38%)
15. Noddings (38%)
16. Epicureans (37%)
17. Ockham (32%)
18. Plato (29%)
19. Augustine (25%)


I thought for sure the cynics would be higher on the list...

Stoicism

The common capacity to reason allows all humans to achieve virtue and wisdom.
The external circumstances of a person's life are irrelevant.
One can achieve virtue by becoming indifferent to external differences.
Passions must be rejected all together in deciding what is good and what is bad.
Reason alone must be used in deciding what is good and what is bad.
The common ability of humans to reason is why ethical relativism should be rejected.


See.... I don't feel that way at all.
That's poop

And the religion selector says I'm a unitarian universalist.
More than anything I'm an agnostic

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