Determining the philosopher you most closely resemble requires examining some of your views about the world and those of some historical philosophers. This can be accomplished by answering some key ethical, metaphysical and epistemological questions.
Answering true or false to epistemological questions, such as whether it is possible to know the truth of a statement, can hint at what philosopher you best resemble. Those who agree that everything is simply a matter of opinion may associate themselves with philosophers who are suspicious of the existence of objective truth. Those who hold instead that natural science delivers objective truth may better identify with a different philosopher.