Their result for The Beginner's Philosophy Triangle Test ...

Semi-Subjectivism

5 Objectivity, 2 Subjectivity and -7 Intrinsicity!

Oh, so close. This test was unable to detect a major trend, but you aren't a Scatterbrains. This is because your results are limited to two philosophical influences, Objectivism and Subjectivism.  Subjectivism holds that:

 

Metaphysics: Reality exists only in the mind. - I think, therefore I am.

Epistomology: Knoweldge is generated in the mind without reference to reality. - There is no absolute truth.

Ethics: Values are subjective. - There is no good and bad, except what people think is good and bad.

Politics: Usually leftist, but ranging from communism to anarchy to absolute democracy (pirate ship politics). - The needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.

 

And Objectivism holds that:

 

Metaphysics: Reality exists independent from consciousness. - Existence exists, facts are facts.

Epistomology: Human beings can gain objective knoweldge from perception through concept formation. - Reason is man's means of survival, success, and knowledge.

Ethics: The proper moral purpose of one's life is the pursuit of one's own happiness or rational self-interest. - Man is an end in himself.

Politics: The only social system consistent with this morality is full respect for individual rights, embodied in pure, consensual laissez-faire capitalism. - Give me liberty, or give me death.

 

The only thing this test is sure of is that you aren't an Intrinsicist.  The remaining options are many:

- You could be a budding objectivist, and your desire to give socially desirable answers is keeping you from answering as such.

- You could be a real subjectivist, and some of my questions are simply biased towards Objectivism.

- Your answers do actually follow a consistent train of logic I have failed to account for: let me know which questions you think may have been a problem, so my test can improve.

Your power animal is the: Wolf

Wolves are dangerous pack hunters, but can survive as individuals as well if they learn to assess their surroundings.  More free-spirited and wild than the Dog (no shit, right?).

 

 

 

"These guys are assholes, but hell at least I'm eating well."

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Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • Objectivity Distribution

    They scored 5% on Objectivity, higher than 19% of your peers.

  • Subjectivity Distribution

    They scored 2% on Subjectivity, higher than 74% of your peers.

  • Intrinsicity Distribution

    They scored -7% on Intrinsicity, higher than 77% of your peers.

All possible test results

Objectivism

Congratulations, the test has discovered a trend. Your philosophy is dependant on Objectivism! Objectivism holds that: Metaphysics: Reality exists independent from conscious... Read more

Semi-Subjectivism

Oh, so close. This test was unable to detect a major trend, but you aren't a Scatterbrains. This is because your results are limited to two philosophical influenc... Read more

Semi-Intrinsicism

Oh, so close. This test was unable to detect a major trend, but you aren't a Scatterbrains. This is because your results are limited to two philosophical influences, Object... Read more

Intrinsicism

Congratulations, the test has discovered a trend. Your philosophy is dependant on Intrinsicism! Intrinsicism holds that: Metaphysics: Reality is based on intrinsic values. -... Read more

Subjectivism

Congratulations, the test has discovered a trend. Your philosophy is dependant on Subjectivism! Subjectivism holds that: Metaphysics: Reality exists only in the mind. - ... Read more

Intrinsically Subjective?

I really hope no one ever legitimately gets this result.   Um, okay.  The test has not only failed to detect a major trend, but your result only seems to indicate you are never obje... Read more

Scatterbrains

This test has failed to find a trend in your way of thinking. There could be many reasons for this, some of which might be: - You really are that random, and may or may not have a philosophi... Read more

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