A semi-frivolous P.S. to the last post: I awoke this morning with a message in my mental inbox from my own Inner Dork, who had obviously been thinking about it all night: Imagine a D&D-style character sheet for each philosopher listing the seven characteristics with respective scores (from 3 to 18). Then we could settle disputes between philosophers (e.g. replaying Wittgenstein's brandishing of his +3 Flaming Poker at Karl Popper) by rolling dice shaped like Platonic solids! (I know there are already collector's cards). Do I smell a new nerd pastime? "Sorry, dude, you've only got a Subtlety of 12 and a Learning of 13; you need at least a cumulative 26 on those to be able to wield that +2 Syllogism of Lightning. Pass me the chips, wouldja?" In any case, a potentially dangerous new time-waster, speculating on Leibnitz's or Chisolm's stats. Not sure where I'd start, except that Plato definitely has a Depth of 18, and Rand has a Subtlety of maybe 5, max.