Thank you so much for posting this. I just reread 548 at least 4 times. So, so relatable. Even more accurate than INTP description. And that says quite a bit.
Obviously I've only known about this for about 10 minutes, but reading it was just mind-blowing. I went and highlighted all the relatable parts and it's just... a mass of yellow. lol
This is something I wrote a few days ago, almost word for word:
"...[I'm stuck in] that feeling where you think you've just decided nothing can be analyzed, but then you say that you've disproved that nothing can be analyzed because the very fact that one can come to a conclusion that nothing can be analyzed proves that you have some faith in the human powers of analysis. I just go off on this circle where I keep disproving myself..." and then, reading over the last weeks, I've gone on about how I get stuck in those dialectic circles, and how disconnected I feel because I'm so obsessed with finding all these answers and analyze everything (5), but I can't turn to traditional sources, and often think that even reading other people's viewpoints will narrow the possibilities I'll see (8), and am constantly, constantly changing my thoughts, and a constant theme throughout my life is that I'm trying to create myself and nothing fits (4), and I even get disconnected from my peers' viewpoints because I question things like shaving my legs and social rituals of politeness, which I then neglect to do, and I come out a social reject. Oh, and I started this writing journal project because I really don't get myself at all (that's why I became interested in personality typing in the first place). I love Nietzche because I found him relatable in his viewpoint, even though I don't agree (right now) with many of his ideas.
So, I think I'm 548... maybe.
Sorry this is longish. I'm rather excited.
I don't view myself as selfish; I don't demand others cater to me, but I dislike catering to others. In my ideal world, I have as little needy bonds/obligations with other people as possible. Other people see it as selfish, but in my head it's preferably a reciprocal independence (lol) and therefore not selfish.
I am a bit egotistic. Intellectual narcissist and all that.