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Primul număr e punctajul la toleranță socială, al doilea e punctajul la libertate economică.
Libertarieni/liberali: VBKiler, Gramofonu (70-80), Aaragn (60-100), BogdanL (80-100), Adina (60-90), Abis (90-90), Mycroft (90-90), Misha Pn (70-70), Kozmo Nautu (90-100), Bogdan Iulian (60-90), 2visible
Acum doi ani, în aprilie 2011, am făcut testul Freedom Talk pe Blogary. Îl reluăm pentru cei care nu l-au făcut atunci, dar și pentru cei care vor să facă comparație între ce cred acum și ce credeau acum doi ani.
În ceea ce mă privește, sînt consecvent. Scorul atunci a fost 30 puncte la toleranța socială și 100 puncte la libertatea economică. L-am refăcut și acum am avut 40 de puncte la toleranța socială și 100 de puncte la libertatea economică. Am îmbătrînit, sînt mai tolerant.
Iată cum stau eu:
Adică sufăr de conservativită.
What is freedom?
This is how you understand the concept of freedom. The seven varieties of freedom on the left are not equally intuitive to you: the hierarchy describes what you are most likely to think about in a given situation when the issue of freedom is at stake.
The three oppositions below, show whether you are likely to adopt an individualistic perspective or a communitarian one; whether you think in terms of lacking constraints (negative) or in terms of ability to do things or having access to things (positive); and whether you associate freedom with having flexible rules that change depending on the outcomes you aim for or, on the contrary, with fixed and predictable procedures for doing things, the same for everybody.
If the world was here just to please you
This is what you think best serves your interest. Do you ever prefer to have less freedom? To find out, compare your understanding of the concept (above), with what turned out to be your hierarchy of preferences (on the left).
The three oppositions below also reveal what you usually like: to be treated as an unique individual or as a member of your community; to be left alone to just do your stuff or to be provided with options and benefits (even if this requires you to accept certain constraints); and whether you consider the existence of fixed and equal rules to be to your advantage.
What you think best promotes the common good
This is what you think best promotes the common good on the long term. Do you see the interests of the community ever coming into conflict with freedom? And to what extent are your personal interests in line with what’s best for the community as a whole? To find out these things compare the results on the left with the previous hierarchies.
The three oppositions also show what you think best serves the common good: whether individual independence serves the community as well; whether the common good is achieved by means of eliminating the constraints on people or, on the contrary, by focusing on the available benefits and options; and whether the flexibility of rules endangers the community.