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https://www.idrlabs.com/morality/6/test.php
 

Care 56%
Loyalty 56%
Fairness 72%
Authority 56%
Purity 64%
Liberty 61%

Your strongest moral foundation is Fairness.
Your morality is closest to that of a Conservative.

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Your scores:

Care 89%
Loyalty 33%
Fairness 81%
Authority 25%
Purity 58%
    
Liberty 22%

Your strongest moral foundation is Care.

Your morality is closest to that of a Left-Liberal.

 

That was interesting. But some of the questions were so stereotypically American that they made me laugh 😄

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Your scores:

Care 94%

Loyalty 33%

Fairness 86%

Authority 44%

Purity 33%

Liberty 69%

 

Your strongest moral foundation is Care.

Your morality is closest to that of a Left-Liberal.

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Your scores:

Care 89%

Loyalty 11%

Fairness 47%

Authority 3%

Purity 33%

Liberty 81%

   

Your strongest moral foundation is Care.

Your morality is closest to that of a Libertarian.

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Care 100%

Loyalty 39%

Fairness 72%

Authority 8%

Purity 69%

Liberty 50%

Your strongest moral foundation is Care.

Your morality is closest to that of a Left-Liberal.

 

I find it hilarious that my Care is at 100% (I knew I was a sap but c'mon) and my Purity is at 69%.

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  • Care 100%
  • Loyalty 50%
  • Fairness 78%
  • Authority 44%
  • Purity 61%
  • Liberty 53%

Your strongest moral foundation is Care.

Your morality is closest to that of a Left-Liberal.

 

i'm surprised care is the highest--maybe it sort of means kindness--but not surprised by left-liberal.

 

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  • Your scores:
  • Care 94%
  • Loyalty 36%
  • Fairness 92%
  • Authority 36%
  • Purity 53%
  • Liberty 56%

Your strongest moral foundation is Care.

Your morality is closest to that of a Left-Liberal.

 

Interesting how we all have High score fore care.

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We're all just a bunch of Care Bears. 

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This test was weird to me. Most of the questions are obvious, but some of them need context or else i can't judge. 

 

Well, i got this, but this is distorted since i didn't understand two or tree questions. (Like, what was that about "shift no strings" or whatever ?? ) I think i don't have the cultural background needed for most of them… whatever, i don't take this too seriously.

 

  • Your scores:
  • Care 100%
  • Loyalty 31%
  • Fairness 86%
  • Authority 42%
  • Purity 67%
  • Liberty 53%

Your strongest moral foundation is Care.

Your morality is closest to that of a Left-Liberal.

 

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On 6/24/2019 at 6:56 PM, aro-fae said:

We're all just a bunch of Care Bears. 


I don't think it's related to aromanticism as such, but maybe Left-Liberals who value care are more likely to be interested in joining an aromantic community.

 

I've also noticed most people here have low Loyalty. Any ideas why?

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16 minutes ago, Spacenik86 said:

I've also noticed most people here have low Loyalty. Any ideas why?

I guess I would’ve scored more on loyality but some questions were romance-focuses and Americanocentric.

 

Overall I identify most with left-libertarianism, so yeah.

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On ‎6‎/‎23‎/‎2019 at 11:00 AM, Holmbo said:

That was interesting. But some of the questions were so stereotypically American that they made me laugh

 

1 hour ago, DeltaV said:

but some questions were romance-focuses and Americanocentric.

 

Yep !

 

(also, context was clearly needed for some questions.  )

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Very much agreed that this test would have benefitted from more context. I was surprised at my results considering how many questions I put a Neutral answer for.

 

Your scores:
Care 97%
Loyalty 39%
Fairness 69%
Authority 28%
Purity 44%
Liberty 64%


Your strongest moral foundation is Care.

Your morality is closest to that of a Left-Liberal.

 

My Care and Authority scores I expected but my Loyalty score I did not.

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21 hours ago, DeltaV said:

Overall I identify most with left-libertarianism

Me too. I was surprised I didn't score higher on 'liberty' actually. But, as others have pointed out, questions lacked enough context.

 

So, does people's 'morality' match their political leanings? I found it interesting that, according to the explanation after the test, 'left liberals' are lowest in liberty! Maybe an american test can't handle the concept of left libertarian xD

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3 minutes ago, NullVector said:

So, does people's 'morality' match their political leanings? I found it interesting that, according to the explanation after the test, 'left liberals' are lowest in liberty! Maybe an american test can't handle the concept of left libertarian xD

 

I would be interested in how it plays out in people from a non-Western background. For example, libertarians are hardly known in the Middle East and their idea of leftism is a sort of militaristic, secular nationalism. In Latin America, the Left is heavily Christian due to the influence of liberation theology. Yet moral foundations of care, fairness, etc. are known in these cultures as well.

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Generally, the test got my political leaning as left-liberal, yeah; I'm left libertarian. The middle of the bottom left square in that four-square intersecting-line political leaning chart [whose name I have evidently forgotten].

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On 6/26/2019 at 8:15 PM, Spacenik86 said:

I've also noticed most people here have low Loyalty. Any ideas why?

My guess is that high loyalty means you put personal relationships very high. In its extreme it entails nepotism, tribalism and corruption. The weaker the state the more sense it makes for people to put a lot of emphasis on personal loyalty.

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On 6/29/2019 at 10:08 AM, Holmbo said:

My guess is that high loyalty means you put personal relationships very high. In its extreme it entails nepotism, tribalism and corruption.

 

...and romantic love 😝 But healthy friendships require loyalty too. Post-ww2 American psychologists like Maslow spread the idea that self-actualisation comes before your relationships with others, and lifestyle media followed his lead. I hope you agree that "Hollywood values" are a real problem.

 

The weaker the state the more sense it makes for people to put a lot of emphasis on personal loyalty.

 

I agree, but depending on the state on everything is also a pathology. You could visit Eastern Europe and maybe especially Belarus to see what such a culture looks like. Anglosphere millenials show signs of heading in the same direction. Neither extreme is healthy, but the West would gain from valuing loyalty more, not less.

 

As for my politics - the test said conservative, but it's an oversimplification. I'm somewhat like neo-cons because I want to see the Third World democratized by vigorous action of Western democracies. When it comes to culture I dislike both extreme liberalism and traditionalism. But I advocate more communitarian approach to economics than the neo-cons.

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On 6/27/2019 at 6:31 PM, NullVector said:

So, does people's 'morality' match their political leanings?

A nice topic for a PhD thesis in sociology!

On 6/27/2019 at 6:31 PM, NullVector said:

I found it interesting that, according to the explanation after the test, 'left liberals' are lowest in liberty!

It’s a weird branding from a non-US standpoint.
 

“Liberal anti-liberty” is imho most pronounced in the following areas:

  • a minimalist interpretation of certain important civil liberties, like freedom of speech and freedom of association
  • anti-discrimination laws (at least the extreme variants, like quotas for elite positions)
  • weird/extreme views on public health (e.g. making everything about oppression. If one honestly thinks that the public is 'tricked' into buying unhealthy food, instead of simply liking unhealthy food more, heavy-handed paternalism is easy to justify)
  • environmental protection

Now being liberal doesn’t mean being anti-liberty in those areas. But if you are, you’re probably liberal. Conservative anti-liberty impulses go in a very different direction.

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Your scores:

 

Care: 100%

Loyalty: 42%

Fairness: 67%

Authority:33%

Purity:56%

Liberty:67%

 

Strongest moral foundation: Care

Your morality is closest to that of a Left-Liberal

 

Interesting...

 

 

 

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