March 25th, 2005

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Equality

You scored as Utilitarianism. Your life is guided by the principles of Utilitarianism: You seek the greatest good for the greatest number.





“The said truth is that it is the greatest happiness of the greatest number that is the measure of right and wrong.”


--Jeremy Bentham





“Whenever the general disposition of the people is such, that each individual regards those only of his interests which are selfish, and does not dwell on, or concern himself for, his share of the general interest, in such a state of things, good government is impossible.”


--John Stuart Mill





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Utilitarianism

90%

Hedonism

80%

Existentialism

80%

Kantianism

55%

Justice (Fairness)

55%

Nihilism

45%

Apathy

15%

Strong Egoism

5%

Divine Command

5%

What philosophy do you follow? (v1.02)
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Essentially, I do believe in equality. That all people are worth as much, and that way should have the same chances in life, but I also believe in "talent". I doubt there's a general meaning to life as such, but that doesn't stop people, within that life, to have their own meaning, that might or not be destined. If it's genes, God or enviromental/growing up, we have various talents (Some are creative, some are athletic, some have logical sense etc), which I think should be used (For the benefit of the society). Even if life might be pointless, there's nothing that say it shouldn't be the best for as many as possible as long as there's life.
Beatles

Paris..

I really, really want to go to Paris January 2006..

To see Mylène Farmer at Bercy..

The only artist, I can think of now, that I really want to see.. (out of those I haven't seen)

As in.. There's a lot of other artists I really would love seeing, but..

Talking Heads doesn't exissts as such, anymore..

Art of Noise only does extremely rare appearances, if they do any..

David Lindley is more or less gonna stick to California for some time..

Danielle Dax.. well.. nobody know what she's up to, in the first place..
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