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    http://quizsocial.com/which-philosopher-are-you/

    I got someone I didn't know


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    I got confucious
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    Aristotle
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    You got: Aristotle

    Like Aristotle (384-322 BC), your interests are diverse. You have an opinion on every subject, but it all comes down to one guiding principle: Humans are responsible for helping each other. You believe every person has a purpose, and you're good at helping people find theirs.

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    Avicenna.

    You have an intelligence that surprises everyone, even you sometimes. Like Avicenna (980-1037), you have a mind so open, you can sense possibilities before they become obvious. This ability probably gets you dirty looks from traditionalists, but you don't have time to worry about others' disapproval.

    Damn right. :gangster:
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      I got confucious
      I got Baudrillard :rofl: dont know what that is bbq :dontknow:


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      Epicurus

      "Like Epicurus (341-270 BC), you believe the point of life is pure happiness. You enjoy your life no matter what happens, and you wish others could have the same fulfillment. You make those around you smile, laugh, and relax."
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      I clicked randomly. Got this guy

      You got: John Locke

      Like Locke (1632-1704), you believe in individual freedom. The point of law is to make the playing field even for everyone - rich and poor alike. You don't believe in perks for the privileged, and you strive for fairness in all of your dealings.


      I don't like law. It's boring.
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      You got: John Locke

      Like Locke (1632-1704), you believe in individual freedom. The point of law is to make the playing field even for everyone - rich and poor alike. You don't believe in perks for the privileged, and you strive for fairness in all of your dealings.

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      (Original post by arfah)
      I got Baudrillard :rofl: dont know what that is bbq :dontknow:


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      Me neither.. So far we seem to be the unique ones
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      You got: Kant

      Like Immanuel Kant (1724-1804), you crave change. You love developments, paradigm shifts, and innovations. You can't stand stagnation. You tend to listen very carefully as you know that every single individual holds part of the great big answer we're all searching for.

      Edit: Read through his Wikipedia page; pretty happy, because I actually quite like his views!!!
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        Me neither.. So far we seem to be the unique ones
        Mine is better and he's french


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        Locke
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        (Original post by Ceryni)
        You got: Kant

        Like Immanuel Kant (1724-1804), you crave change. You love developments, paradigm shifts, and innovations. You can't stand stagnation. You tend to listen very carefully as you know that every single individual holds part of the great big answer we're all searching for.

        Edit: Read through his Wikipedia page; pretty happy, because I actually quite like his views!!!
        Kant was more regular than an atomic clock and less flexible in mind than somebody with severe arthritis is in body. Seems like he'd be at the forefront of the opposition to innovation, because most of it is gratuitous.

        You got: Aristotle

        Like Aristotle (384-322 BC), your interests are diverse (nope). You have an opinion on every subject, but it all comes down to one guiding principle: Humans are responsible for helping each other (nope). You believe every person has a purpose (nope^10), and you're good at helping people find theirs (ditto).

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        (Original post by arfah)
        Mine is better and he's french


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        Pff mine is Asian.. Can't beat that
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        You got: Aristotle

        Like Aristotle (384-322 BC), your interests are diverse. You have an opinion on every subject, but it all comes down to one guiding principle: Humans are responsible for helping each other. You believe every person has a purpose, and you're good at helping people find theirs.


        I'm happy with that
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        Confucious.. So basically I'm an old chinese man whose name means Master Kong... ok!
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        (Original post by yennibubs)
        Epicurus

        "Like Epicurus (341-270 BC), you believe the point of life is pure happiness. You enjoy your life no matter what happens, and you wish others could have the same fulfillment. You make those around you smile, laugh, and relax."
        Me too!!
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        Baudrillard
        Fairly correct suprisingly

        Like Jean Baudrillard (1929-2007), you often wonder how technology affects the way people communicate and interact. You worry that humanity is relying too much on technology sometimes. You get so far into your thoughts that you forget where you are and what you're supposed to be doing.
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        Pretty surprised to have got Epicurus... Interesting.
       
       
       
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