|4.||William of Ockham||(72%)|
|6.||John Stuart Mill||(55%)|
I don't know much about Spinoza's ethical views, but other than that there aren't any surprises until you get to Mill. Mill and Bentham should be below Plato. The Stoics should be at least as high as the Cynics and Plato. Prescriptivism should be no higher than Sartre. If you move those around, I think it would better reflect my own subjective understanding of how I'd rank these philosophers' ethical views. The test makes it more objective, but it of course focuses only on the elements it picks out. My biggest problem is that questions I find important (and thus wanted to rank as important) had more than one right answer that were equally true. I had to choose one and then rank it lower than I wanted so as not to have too much influence over the other answer I liked. If they revise this test, they need to allow you to choose more than one answer. I've changed a bit since I took this in December 2003. I stand by my evaluations of particular questions from that time I took the test. Those problems remain.