Their result for The Thought-Provoking Ethics Test ...

Mostly Teleological

You scored 38 Deontological!

You may accept a few absolute rules, but you are basically a utilitarian. You consider the end generally more important than the means.

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • Deontological Distribution

    They scored 38% on Deontological, higher than 25% of your peers.

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Teleological

You are a teleological ethicist. You believe that there are few if any absolute duties and that the end generally does justify the means. Read more

Mostly Teleological

You may accept a few absolute rules, but you are basically a utilitarian. You consider the end generally more important than the means. Read more

Mixed Ethics

You think that the end and the means must be weighed against each other differently in different situations. In other words, you support a compromise between deontological and teleological ethics. Read more

Mostly Deontological

You may see some exceptions, but for the most part you believe in absolute rules and duties. You are essentially a deontological ethicist. Read more

Deontological

In all or nearly all circumstances, you agree with Kant's statement that the end does not justify the means. You are a deontological ethicist. Read more

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