Waiting for a caffeine headache to go away. Did a quiz.
You scored as Hedonism. Your life is guided by the principles of Hedonism: You believe that pleasure is a great, or the greatest, good; and you try to enjoy life's pleasures as much as you can. "Eat, drink, and be merry, for tomorrow we die!"
Philosophy Score Score % Hedonism 95% Existentialism 85% Utilitarianism 70% Justice (Fairness) 60% Strong Egoism 45% Nihilism 35% Kantianism 25% Apathy 10% Divine Command 0%
Hmm, not entirely surprising; although I did really expect Existentialism to be at the top given the sorts of questions. But then, existentialism does open to door to a life including hedonism without necessarily excluding a clear moral framework and meaning for your own life. Existentialism places a great deal of responsibility on the individual, with a potential result of a very happy life - IF you can cope with the hard work of identifying and living the 'project' which will create an 'authentic' life.
Many people think existentialism is all about avoiding responsibility and/or trying to smartarse your way around prevailing societal standards. Those people have a misguided idea of existentialism, particularly if they are morally or religiously opposed to the lifestyle of Sartre and de Beauvoir (this often also means they don't know there are existentialist works which do not assume atheism, eg. Kierkegaard's work).
Anyway, that's enough of the vague intellectual wanking ;)