Philosophy Quiz: What Philosophy Do I Follow?

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Philosophy Quiz: What Philosophy Do I Follow? - Quiz

Ever wondered what your philosophy is? Take our fun and insightful Philosophy Quiz to discover which philosophical school of thought resonates with you the most! Explore questions about life, morality, and existence to uncover the philosophical perspective that aligns with your beliefs and values.
By engaging with these questions and reflecting on their personal beliefs and values, you can gain insights into the philosophical perspectives that resonate with them the most. This quiz draws from different philosophical schools of thought, such as existentialism, heroism, romanticism, and more, allowing you to explore a wide range of philosophical concepts Read moreand ideologies. Whether you're pondering the nature of reality, contemplating the meaning of life, or grappling with ethical dilemmas, this quiz provides a structured and engaging way to examine your worldview and philosophical outlook.


Philosophy Questions and Answers

  • 1. 

    Do you believe that individuals are defined by the objectives set upon them? That failure to meet these objectives is unacceptable?

    • A.

      Strongly

    • B.

      Yes

    • C.

      Kind of

    • D.

      No

    • E.

      Maybe

  • 2. 

    What do you think gives life its meaning? 

    • A.

      Doing something big that is free of the involvement of anyone's will except for yourself. Its origin, execution, and end are all on you.

    • B.

      Living for a reason; everything that must be done must have a purpose. If there is no well-defined reason for why you are doing it, then there is no sense in doing it.

    • C.

      Keeping yourself away from everything which cannot be logically defined or has no proof of existence, even if it's about God. Believing in only those things which can be scientifically or reasonably expressed.

    • D.

      Giving your life a creative touch of music, art, or literature. It's the best way to make your life meaningful!

    • E.

      You believe that by striving to meet and exceed standards, you contribute to the greater good and leave a lasting legacy of honor and achievement.

  • 3. 

    How can science be viewed?

    • A.

      Scientific theories are verifiable. It seeks the truth and is a careful examination of facts.

    • B.

      Scientific theories are falsifiable. It seeks errors and is essentially guesswork.

    • C.

      I have my own set of theories. It could either be right or wrong.

    • D.

      Scientific theories are full of logic.

    • E.

      Science unveils the mysteries of existence while emphasizing the limits of human comprehension.

  • 4. 

    You are diagnosed with cancer and do not have long to live. Pick an option that is suitable for you. 

    • A.

      Based on scientific grounds and persuasion from doctors to undergo treatment to cure your cancer.

    • B.

      Take responsibility and define the remainder of your life, whether it be spending time with your loved ones or seeking experiences outside your comfort zone.

    • C.

      Stay strong and bold, and hope for the best.

    • D.

      You know the fact that you don't have much time; these thoughts are disturbing you. 

    • E.

      I would cherish every moment and pursue my passions without restraint.

  • 5. 

    You believe:

    • A.

      The country is strong because the people are free.

    • B.

      The stronger the country, the freer the people.

    • C.

      Only true leaders can become good politicians.

    • D.

      Everyone is responsible for their actions.

    • E.

      Everyone should follow their heart's desire.

  • 6. 

    Should a person be provided with: 

    • A.

      A reason to behave?

    • B.

      Cause to behave?

    • C.

      Reason for happiness?

    • D.

      The way to express?

    • E.

      Bigger responsibilities? 

  • 7. 

    Who has the last word?

    • A.

      Science and experts

    • B.

      No one

    • C.

      Everyone has freedom.

    • D.

      The leader

    • E.

      An honest person

  • 8. 

    Which of these ideas are you most driven by?

    • A.

      Heroism

    • B.

      Rationalism

    • C.

      Positivist

    • D.

      Romanticism

    • E.

      Existentialism

  • 9. 

    If you were a manager to your employees, you would: 

    • A.

      Make your employees perform regardless of moral consequences if it means a more effective organization.

    • B.

      Understand that your employees are rational beings that are not defined by their physical performance but by their mental dexterity in providing efficient results.

    • C.

      Evaluate them solely according to empirical measurements and statistical analysis.

    • D.

      Frequently meet your employees by devolving power to the lowest level, get beyond rational analysis, experiment, seek and try out new ideas, and talk the walk and walk the talk.

    • E.

      You empower your employees to make their own decisions and take ownership of their actions. You believe in the importance of individual freedom and responsibility.

  • 10. 

    You're on an airplane, and there is heavy turbulence. What is your feeling or thinking?

    • A.

      We're going to crash or not, but I will maintain self-control.

    • B.

      Turbulence is a part of flying, and if the masks haven't dropped down, there is nothing to worry about.

    • C.

      Well, as long as we're all going to die, I'm going to enjoy watching what it looks like from the window.

    • D.

      There is no other evidence that we will crash, so I will carry the in-flight magazine.

    • E.

      I will assist others who may be feeling anxious or scared, and demonstrate leadership and strength in the face of adversity.

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