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Thread: Labcoat's type?

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    Default Labcoat's type?

    Certain 'prominents' on this board seem to have beef with my initial self-typing as INTj. Let's hear what community's oppinion is on this. Please don't be shy and let your voice be heard.

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    Go Here, open this link

    wait for the music loader to load.

    Click "strawberry jam"


    Tell me what you think.




    Also, tell why you think you are INTj? What makes you like that profile the most.
    Pre-2013 post are written with incomplete understanding.

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    Sorry, but the song did not permeate me. I find the music unremarkable, and the song is sung in an unaestetic language. The atmosphere seems to want to rip me from my normal set of mind. It makes me uncomfortable.

    Lines from the INTj profile that fit:
    "I think therefore I am". He is a man of developed logical faculty, a strong capability for analysis. He knows how to dig to the essence of things, to reveal their internal structure.

    He considers all situations of life from the logical viewpoint.

    In a conflict situation he usually organizes a committee to punish the offender. He believes that everything in the world must be logical and consequently just.

    he feels irritated by everything that disturbs silence and the measured way of his life. He is very concerned about living healthy. Thusly Rene Descartes "considered health as the principal of mortal goods second to the Truth".

    I get along well with ESFj's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by labcoat
    Sorry, but the song did not permeate me. I find the music unremarkable, and the song is sung in an unaestetic language. The atmosphere seems to want to rip me from my normal set of mind. It makes me uncomfortable.
    The song was a test, nothing more.

    I thnk that is an acceptable INTj sort of answer.
    Others will say that it might not be alpha, but I can relate to what you said. It is a song I have to be in the right mindset for, to say the least.
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    ENTj
    INTp
    INTj
    ISTj
    ENTp
    What makes INTj stand out from the rest of those to you?
    Pre-2013 post are written with incomplete understanding.

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    Kinda hard to answer that one. I think I understand the concepts introvert, intuitive, thinker, judger and static and all of them seem to apply to me.

    There are problems though. I am more narrator than taciturn, and often more positivist than negativist. I don't 'look uncompromising' and have a very relaxed outlook on life, contrary to the 'he sets for himself high requirements'. I fit most of the characteristics of an MBTI perceiver. I don't build thought systems and doubt my own understanding when someone challenges it. I like to base my reasonings on external data (facts, accepted theory) and never consider my understanding absolute.

    The 'stereotype' says those last few things are not-INTj'ish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by labcoat
    I fit most of the characteristics of an MBTI perceiver. I don't build thought systems and doubt my own understanding when someone challenges it. I like to base my reasonings on external data (facts, accepted theory) and never consider my understanding absolute.

    The 'stereotype' says those last few things are not-INTj'ish.
    Yeah, you're right about that. And you say that you "fit most of the characteristics of an MBTI perceiver". That doesn't make sense, because the criteria for determining whether someone is a "perceiver" in MBTT are practically the same as in Socionics. In case you think otherwise you have to explain what you think the difference is.

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    Default Re: Labcoat's type?

    Quote Originally Posted by labcoat
    Certain 'prominents' on this board seem to have beef with my initial self-typing as INTj. Let's hear what community's oppinion is on this. Please don't be shy and let your voice be heard.
    Since the INTj is the "hot topic" type on the Internet there are usually a noticeable percentage of INTjs who do not behave like INTjs. So this board is skeptical about those who type themselves as INTjs and will generally go out of their way to try and see non-INTj characteristics in board members who claim to be INTjs.

    Quote Originally Posted by labcoat
    Kinda hard to answer that one. I think I understand the concepts introvert, intuitive, thinker, judger and static and all of them seem to apply to me.

    There are problems though. I am more narrator than taciturn, and often more positivist than negativist. I don't 'look uncompromising' and have a very relaxed outlook on life, contrary to the 'he sets for himself high requirements'. I fit most of the characteristics of an MBTI perceiver. I don't build thought systems and doubt my own understanding when someone challenges it. I like to base my reasonings on external data (facts, accepted theory) and never consider my understanding absolute.

    The 'stereotype' says those last few things are not-INTj'ish.
    Then perhaps you are a reserved ENTp?
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    I think Beta and Gamma are out... but I dunno, I never really paid much attention (which is sorta why I think that lol).
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