Long time since i read the books, anyways....
Harry - ESI
Ron - SEI-Fe
Hermione - LIE-Ni
Ginny - SEE
Lockhart - ESE
Tonks - IEE
Slughorn - SLI
Molly - ESE
Arthur - ILE-Ti
Moody - LSI
McGonagall - LSE
Umbridge - SEE or ESE?
Malfoy - EIE
Lupin - EII
Hagrid - ESE-Si
Luna - LII-Ne
Weasley twins - ILE-Ne
Bellatrix - EIE?
Sirius Black - SLE
Voldemort - IEI-Fe
Neville - SEI-Si
Dumbledore - IEI-Fe
Snape - ILI
Harry - ESI
Ron - SEE
Hermione - LIE
Draco - SLE
Snape - ESI
i'm rereading the series with my brother so it'll take a while before i'm capable of typing anybody, but why is nearly everyone typing harry ESI
i don't think lily was rowling's personification of herself. if anything, rowling would've channeled her own experience as a mother into her characterization of lily, but that's not the same as basing the character on herself, because she may have channeled a similar part of herself into molly weasley, or any other notable mother in the hp series. she's compared herself to hermione (read: subteigh's post) which is a comparison one of her old school teachers independently made himself (which is a source i'll retrieve by the next time i post on this thread) but i've always thought this was interesting because there's an implicit comparison between herself and dumbledore (and hermione) at least in the two of them being a vessel for her more personal thoughts:
"WELL I'M SORRY THAT I LIKE TO HAVE OPEN COMMUNICATION IN MY RELATIONSHIPS" - Galen 2k13
Dude I read these stories like 20 years ago, I hardly remember them at this point. I was living in a government home for troubled youth at the time so Harry was me..I see now that Harry is every boy and girl, which is where the commercial success is situated. Rowling seems ethical and humanistic so whatever you want to draw from that.
These are books for children.
Gamma quadra seems off, I don't type most characters in the books gamma, including Harry. I think people were comparing Harry with Katniss because he was heroic, yet also blind-sided frequently, which is a ESI thing..?
Harry shows Fi and Se so I can see him being ESI. I also got sorted into Gryffindor and that house seems quite Gamma (and Beta).
I'm kind of wondering Harry's ESI typing as well. Anyways I have not read any of the stuff and I have only watched almost one movie entirely.
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I've never liked Harry Potter's character, I've always thought he had no personality. It's a great example of how to defy Socionics, I wouldn't type him as Fi dominant either, especially ESI, but he's not even a SEE for what I make of it, although he definitely values Se and Fi. He shows great elements of Ni as well, and some Si is there as well, especially throughout the book, while T seems to be lacking. He could be a SiFe maybe? But then... what about Se and Fi?
I typed Harry as ESI-Se earlier, but in the books he seemed LSI-Se at times.
Either way, I used to have a huge crush on him as a kid.
yeah Mio, I guess the same, and I've actually read that same idea from @timber if I'm not wrong, that Harry is meant to be everyone... it makes sense because it would be hard to relate to a character that is too circumscribed and risk to have nothing in common with its readers. Add to that that it's a coming to age story, so Harry absorbs the events and grows through the books, while the other carachters give the sort of elements and the limits in which Harry's personality can shape itself... It's actually damn insightful and true for ourselves too, it's hard to access ourselves without the relationship with the people around us, with what's the world we're in, we're always growing and shaping ourselves to people and circumstances. Harry is our eyes, or ourselves, if we were living those same situations... you just gotta enjoy that world and let yourself do all the crazy things Harry does.
Bonus points to JK.
But yeah harry being ESI seems not right. Pretty sure he was a logical type. He also seems like an anger type. Either 9 8 or 1. Hermione was defo a 1w2 and ron is a 6w7. I think harry mightve been an 8 but not sure. Ive been looking around online recently and i see him being typed 9w8.
Maybe LSI 9w8 makes sense.
Hermione i think is LSE 1w2
Voldemort is EIE 3w4
Dumbledore maybe SEI 9w8
Malfoy is tricky. I think he might be a 3w4 also EIE maybe, like voldemort. If not that then a 6w5
Arthur and molly seem like LII-Ne 5w6 and ESE-Si 2w1 to me
Snape is an SLI 1w9 i think
Sirius black is 7w8 SLE like James
Umbridge is LSE 1 like hermione
Ron is a difficult one...
The weasly twins are ILE 7w6s
Mad eye moody is 6w5 SLI
Bellatrix is 3w4 SEE
Ginny is 7w8 SLE
Hagrid is either a 9 or a 2. Probably 2. Alpha SF
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we can see in some typing that there is still people enough ignorant to confuse MBTI's definitions of functions and socionic's, despite it is two different system that are separated by miles.
Harry is EII he have Se vulnerable outburst and his mainly interested by his relations with his firends (Fi)
Hermione is a rationall Fi/Te valuing sensor. so she is ESI or LSE. her ability to lead the group and her goal oriented attitude made me lean to ESI, she seem to show Ne porl rather than Si porl.
Ron Weasley could easely be a Fi vulnerable . he incapicity to see hermione's emotionnal needs and his blunt insensitivity fit with it. SLE rather than ILE, he is too interested by conquer and achieve rather than pursuing his curiosity(Ne).
Dumbledore is an NF (probably a beta, his participation to grindelwald's ideology seem indicate Beta over Delta.)Fe could work with his ability of making jokes and how he bring a positive atmosphere.
Ni with his metaphoric . probably EIE (not a T vulnerable)
Snape is an LSI: rigid, bossy, uncompromising, wanted to belong to a side who make him feel powerful. his relation with Harry seem to indicate Ne porl.
tom Jedusor seem an LIE: creative, witty, good seller but in Voldemort he seem more SLE.
Luna is ILI: Ni inner world with Te desire of understanding how things works.