the Scala Naturae by Aristotle

You scored highest on the variable Nature, Biology was an important part of Aristotle's philosophy.

 

Aristotle, 384 BC – 322 BC, Greece

 

Aristotle created the foundations of Nature. He introduced the idea that nature is composed of things that change and that studying such changes can provide useful knowledge of underlying constants. Also he believed that creatures were arranged in a graded scale of perfection rising from plants on up to man, the scala naturae.

It's not an evolution theory yet, but a good start.

 

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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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