Test humanista


    You are one of life’s enjoyers, determined to get the most you can out of your brief spell on Earth. Probably what first attracted you to atheism was the prospect of liberation from the Ten Commandments, few of which are compatible with a life of pleasure. You play hard and work quite hard, have a strong sense of loyalty and a relaxed but consistent approach to your philosophy.

    You can’t see the point of abstract principles and probably wouldn’t lay down your life for a concept though you might for a friend. Something of a champagne humanist, you admire George Bernard Shaw for his cheerful agnosticism and pursuit of sensual rewards and your Hollywood hero is Marlon Brando, who was beautiful, irascible and aimed for goodness in his own tortured way.

    Sometimes you might be tempted to allow your own pleasures to take precedence over your ethics. But everyone is striving for that elusive balance between the good and the happy life. You’d probably open another bottle and say there’s no contest.


    You are an atheist, a rationalist, a believer in the triumph of science and of reason over libido. You can’t stand mumbo jumbo, ritual, spiritual nonsense of any kind, and you refuse to allow for these longings in others.

    Astrologers, Scientologists and new–age crystal ball creeps are no different in your view from priests, rabbis and imams. They’re all just weak–minded pilgrims on the road to easy answers. Nature as revealed by science is awesome enough for you, but it’s a nature that needs curbing and taming by us on our evolutionary journey to perfection.

    Your heros are Einstein, Darwin, Marx and — these days — Gould, Blakemore, Watson, Crick and Rosalind Franklin. Could you be hiding a little behind those absolutist views, worried that, if you let in a few doubts and contradictory ideas, the whole edifice might crumble? Loosen up a bit and try to enjoy the amazing variety of human belief systems. Don’t worry — it’s unlikely you’ll end up chanting your days away in some distant mountain cult.

    What kind of humanist are you? Click here to find out.

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De: BioMaxi Fecha: 2005-11-15 15:16

Via Pharyngula.

De: Herr Spock Fecha: 2005-11-15 15:44

y eso que ibas para cura...

De: Anónima Fecha: 2005-11-15 15:45

Yo también soy un hard hat. ¡que aburrido! me hubiera gustado ver otra carat :)

De: Anónima Fecha: 2005-11-15 15:46

Para cura no sé, pero que Marx sea uno de sus heróes tiene gracia :)

De: BioMaxi Fecha: 2005-11-15 15:52

Siempre que hago un test de estos, lo repito varias veces cambiando de manera controlada las respuestas de aquellas preguntas en las que estaba algo dudoso, explorando asi mi "espacio de resultados" (que no creo que un simple punto defina la postura de nadie). Y he de confesar que mi 'hardhat' esta justo en la frontera con el 'haymaker'

Por eso he rehecho el cuerpo de la historia, para reflejar mi postura, que no se si sea una union, una interseccion, o simplemente algun gris de esos que tanto abundan en todo.

De: Anónima Fecha: 2005-11-15 17:35


Dice Irene, una de las mellizas, que tu pez, el de la side bar, e "mu pezioso poque tiene zonrisa y rayas y luces detrá"

La sonrisa al parecer es lo rojito de las agallas, y cuando se lo explico me pregunta que dónde tiene la boca y luego pregunta que si es una ballena :D

Debería leer más a menudo los blogs con las niñas.

Y me voy pa flickr, que en el fondo es lo que ellas querían ver (sus fotos).

De: Algernon Fecha: 2005-11-15 19:10

Ha salido justo lo que esperaba. Buen test!


You go out of your way to build bridges with people of different views and beliefs and have quite a few religious friends. You believe in the essential goodness of people , which means you’re always looking for common ground even if that entails compromises. You would defend Salman Rushdie’s right to criticise Islam but you’re sorry he attacked it so viciously, just as you feel uncomfortable with some of the more outspoken and unkind views of religion in the pages of this magazine.

You prefer the inclusive approach of writers like Zadie Smith or the radical Christian values of Edward Said. Don’t fall into the same trap as super–naïve Lib Dem MP Jenny Tonge who declared it was okay for clerics like Yusuf al–Qaradawi to justify their monstrous prejudices as a legitimate interpretation of the Koran: a perfect example of how the will to understand can mean the sacrifice of fundamental principles. Sometimes, you just have to hold out for what you know is right even if it hurts someone’s feelings.

What kind of humanist are you? Click here to find out.

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