Philosophers believe that moral values like fairness, wisdom and courage are the most important ethical perspective. Then they’ll consider the consequences of their decisions for other people. Finally, they’ll consider rules, laws and regulations. Philosophers hate being told what to do or what’s right. They’re mavericks and rebels, but good to have around when really difficult decisions have to be made.
About 17% of people are Philosophers.
Strengths: Good at solving difficult or complex dilemmas that require judgements based on values.
Weaknesses: Will break rules if they believe a higher principle is at stake. May sometimes lack empathy for others in making rational decisions.