good and evil test, alignment test
1.I would feel ashamed if I hurt or upset someone
2.I would feel anxious if I had done something wrong
3.I would feel angry if someone I loved was hurt
4.I would feel worried if someone I cared about was in danger
5.I would shame someone if they hurt or upset me
6.I would want people to feel pain if they did something wrong
7.I would like people to get angry if I beat them
8.I would want people to feel afraid of hurting or causing me pain
9.I don’t care about hurting or upsetting others
10.It doesn’t matter to me if I make a mistake
11.I don’t care or think about people who are having a difficult time
12.I don’t feel fear or worry about anything
13.I would feel satisfied if I did something good
14.I would feel proud if I managed to help another person
15.I would feel at peace if I reached a goal or completed a project
16.I would feel joy if I survived something scary

4 Comments

  1. This doesn’t describe me very well. I think the questions contain a large amount of ambiguity. I most often put relative logic above emotion. That’s not to say, I don’t care about people, but emotions play a minimal part in my “day to day” actions. I challenge most laws and governments when I see a flawed system; most systems, if not all, are flawed. I care enough for people to try and find the ultimate truth of a subject or a system, so that I may suggest a more helpful alternative. I don’t think this test encompasses just how complex the outlets are, for emotion. So, while I may be able to identify a humanitarian principle in my actions, and mark myself as caring, the test is putting me into a very limited scope of what “caring” means. This, in turn, misrepresents similar people, who although may seem emotionally inept, are just showing it a way that most will have to step back from in order to see the entire picture of, or motivating principles. To me, ethics is entirely relative to the individual that I interact with. Therefore I can’t hold one single code of ethics. It’s more a behavioral language to me, rather than a set of behavioral laws. Not sure if anyone can read this. If so, hopefully, that made sense.

  2. Not accurate I’m not lawful good, I am a chaotic neutral. It’s because the questions are trying to pull out the best qualities inside of me, it should be more about situations rather than being general

    1. Author

      I could do that, I’ll think about how to improve it. This is just my second draft of this kind of a test and I am only just scratching the surface of this theory!

  3. First test so far on here where the result didn’t really seem to fit me. :/
    In my opinion, I think more specific situational questions would help, but I also think the fact that I didn’t identify with the exact emotions listed in others might have thrown things off. (Ex: I don’t think I’d feel specifically “joy” when surviving something scary, so I leaned towards marking it false, even though I may feel an adjacent positive feeling.)

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