Agnosticism, by Hume

You scored highest on the variable Uncertainty. Uncertainty was an important part of Hume's philosophy, he thinks we can't be sure on a lot of things.

 

David Hume , 1711 - 1776, Scotland

 

Hume was the first to say he was tired of discussions about God and the meaning of life and such very theoretical subjects. He was the first agnostic. He said it has no use to talk about God, because we cannot know or prove that he exists, or that he doesn't exist for that matter. Better not to talk about it at all or just say we can't know. We can only have knowledge about things we can see.

 

Possible results:

Nature: the Scala Naturae by Aristotle

Rationality: Cogito Ergo Sum by Descartes

Religion: Proof God Exists by Saint Augustine

Freedom: Existentialism by Sartre

Individuality: Personal Religion by Kierkegaard

Power: Will to Power by Nietzsche

Uncertainty: Agnosticism by Hume

No high variable: Synthetic Perception by Kant

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Agnosticism, by Hume

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Will to Power, by Nietzsche

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Personal Religion, by Kierkegaard

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Existentialism, by Sartre

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Proof God Exists, by Augustine

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Cogito Ergo Sum, by Descartes

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the Scala Naturae by Aristotle

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Synthetic Perception, by Kant

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