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You might be interested in the book, The Six Questions of Socrates by Christopher Philips. I found it a fun, fascinating read.
Interesting. I am dealing with something quite similar right now in my own life (psychiatric testing as part of disability claim) and find that I simply cannot answer the questions. I registered with the intention of taking the test but a quick scan of the questions left me confused. For example:
" When you decide whether something is right or wrong, to what extent are the following considerations relevant to your thinking?"
I mean, I can answer for myself - but not someone else. This seems so obvious to me but despite my attempts to communicate my inability to answer for someone else, I seem to keep missing the 'missing link' that could get others to understand where I am coming from. shrug