What do my results mean?
Metaphysical Axis: How you view reality.
Materialism: All of reality is physical and material.
Spiritualism: Some of reality transcends the physical and material.
Societal Axis: Your attitude toward society.
Egoism: The individual is most important.
Altruism: The community is most important.
Decision-making Axis: How you approach decision-making and your actions.
Idealism: The underlying principles are most important.
Pragmatism: The results are most important.
Sensuality Axis: How you approach your indulgences.
Hedonism: Pleasure is intrinsically good and should be desired.
Asceticism: Abstinence from pleasure in order to discover meaning is most important.
Meaning Axis: Whether you believe in objective meaning.
Nihilism: Neither meaning nor morality are objective.
Moralism: Morality and meaning are objective - to some extent.
Values Axis: What you value most.
Rationalism: Intellect and logic.
Romanticism: Passions and the heart.
Epistemology Axis: Your attitude towards knowledge.
Skepticism: We can never truly know anything for sure.
Absolutism: There are objective truths that can also be understood.
I'm surprised on how balanced i was on nihilism as i am almost completely that way, but the test said 50%.
Maybe needed to give more stronger agrees
It would be cool if you could merge this which philosopherAI and get an accurate analysis of your overall state of mind
What may be possible is training the machine learner on a set consisting of these results, not in an image format, combined with an ideological or philosophical self-description of the testee.
No mean each combination could get a different output text, even out of the billions of combinations you could get a unique analysis out
It gave me a blank page.
LOL alright hank hill simmer down
I stopped by like, question 13 or something when it was like "life is suffering and has no meaning". I got really angry since I believe in life is suffering, but meaning is created by yourself. All of these stupid tests are so vague and I hate it so much. It's like preparing to swim in a pond when in reality, your challenge is swimming in the ocean. The pond is their own little world of simple contrivances while the ocean is reality.
I'm lucky to have cooled down by the time I made this post.
don't think about it too much, there is always a reason to complain over how a problem is being posed, it cannot be done perfectly. just read the prompt and click whatever you immediately feel, if nothing or confusion the neutral. that's what i did and it took maybe 2 minutes max
that doesn't seem like the question he described, has no mention of life or meaning or suffering lol
Sort of based, if not for the egoism.>>253648
Basado y Patricio patrone de kinotique rojopastillado>>253653
Cringe materialism+egoism. This guy is a normalfag.>>253656
Cringe partialist, you must have literally no unique opinons of your own. >>253673
Cringe skeptic. You are for sure an edgy contrarian wizkid.>>253702
Based, but you're probably a solipsist.>>253723
Moralfag solipsist, cringe.>>253712
Masochist that enjoys suffering>>253723
There will be no succubus name-calling in this thread!
I'm neither a moralfag or a solipist so gits tae fuck
Take your contrived normalshit based/cringe rating system back to where you came from.
My opinions were too extreme and broke the test. I first looked at the axes and determined what I agree with. And the test results were completely opposite. Doesn't help that questions are shit too. "Would you like to get an expensive car or to save a human life?" I don't have a driver's license and selling a car is a big pain in the ass, so I chose the life. So despite me leaning to egoism I had to pick the altruistic option, which skewed the results. And that shit happened with almost every question.
You really don't get hypotheticals.
i think he meant the guy above you, your guys chart is kind of similar and he calls you based
If you really can't extrapolate the meaning of that question you probably have actual autism.
Oh well now I feel dumb. Sorry other guy!!
No, fuck off. He is right, this test - like most others - is bullshit. They could have phrased it differently like "your own benefit is more important to you than the life of others" or million other ways. Stuff your 4chan autist insult and this sloppily made test too into your anus.
Most questions in this test have more complicated answers than just agree disagree or dont know. Also the words & terms used in many of the questions can be interpreted in different ways for example: "A world without color is far darker than a world without order" a world without order could mean social unrest,civil war,an anarchist commune,natural calamities or a world without laws of physics without any objective realty like living in a hallucination.The comparison of being color blind & living in anarchy or a Kafkaesque dream world is strange.
Some statements also dont have any context example: for the statement "Reason is more important than emotion" the context can be Reason is more important than emotion when making decisions, writing a poem ,advertising a product etc
Some statements are also not clearly expressed "People who desire constant success must change their conduct with the times." The change of conduct is to suppress the desire for constant success or is it to change conduct to be constantly successful
Also like >>253656
mentioned statements with false dilemmas like "Scientific research is more important than art and music." Art and Music are not subjects that can be isolated from science,music theory ,color theory,perspective are based on science but you could say Art and Music criticism cant have an objective science as every one experiences art & music differen
The test is very flawed & the results really dose not mean anything but it was fun to think about some of the statements.My favorite statement is "life is despair."
>>253859>that amount of asceticism
It means that you hate fun. But don't worry, you will fit right in here considering the amount of wanna-be monks here.
obusily written as sarcastic, but a life as a monk doesn't sound bad, since you will be given a purpose in life and no matter who you are, you will fit in, and that doesn't sounds bad.
that you are spiritual or religious or something, and not like regular normalfags, more like it's a serious deal for you. my guess
hello fellow asceticism's
Not gonna take it.
I'd say my results would lean towards materialism, egoism, idealism, hedonism ,nihilism, romanticism and skepticism.
I don't know how you guys got such radical result. I found most of the questions lacked any nuance and were so general that I was forced to simply put neutral down for the vast majority of them.
>"Sometimes we must suffer in the present so that we can have a better future."
"A better future", in what regard? Better in what sense? What does it mean by "we must"? Is the question asking me about relative feelings, that one has to work for material gains, work for immaterial gains, etc. There are a ton of these kind of questions that seem impossible to answer without multiple clarifications on what exactly is being asked.
I just don't understand how you guys can even answer such massive questions, half of which almost seem like loaded questions.
Take this question:
"My own prosperity matters more to me than the happiness of those around me."
Prosperity in what sense? Material or immaterial? Mentally or physically? Also who are these "those around me"? Friends? Family? Strangers? My nation? My group? Who the fuck are we speaking of? Finally what does it mean by "happiness"? Contentment? Euphoria? Brain chemicals? Success? Growth? What is it trying to say? How can you even put an answer down when the question is so incoherent?
The very question of the definition of happiness has plagued the minds of thinking men for aeons, wizzie. What does "happiness" mean to you?
If we are suppose to fill in the question with our own answers of what happiness is then the question would be completely different for each person, correct? The questioner or person leading the conversation is the one who must clarify what he means, else two people may talk with each other while really discussing two different things entirely despite the words being used.