[INTJ] Unscientific Book about INTJs (Over 200 Pages)

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This is a discussion on Unscientific Book about INTJs (Over 200 Pages) within the INTJ Articles forums, part of the INTJ Forum - The Scientists category; https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...,d.eXY&cad=rja Found it interesting so I thought I'd share it to the community. Enjoy!...

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    Unscientific Book about INTJs (Over 200 Pages)

    https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=...,d.eXY&cad=rja

    Found it interesting so I thought I'd share it to the community. Enjoy!
    Inheritance, The red spirit, security and 3 others thanked this post.



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    Ehh.

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    Damn, that's so interesting to read
    Last edited by The red spirit; 02-26-2017 at 06:57 PM.

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    I skimmed through parts of the book, but I found it fascinating. I've recently started questioning the validity of cognitive functions -- and the book purposefully avoids discussing cognitive functions. In a way, the book provided me with a sense that there is still depth and value to the MBTI, regardless of the inclusion of Ni, Te, Fi, and the like.

    I especially appreciated the analyses of INTJs in literature. There was the analysis of Jane Eyre, where the conflict between Jane and Mr. St. John was described as an INFJ/INTJ conflict. And there was the analysis of Nathaniel Bowditch, which analyzed his INTJ-like and non-INTJ qualities, and ultimately concluded that he was "healthy, well-rounded". One thought I found valuable is as below:

    "One of the things that people will often try to do when they learn about type is to
    conform themselves to their type description in a sort of self-Pygmalion project, quashing the parts
    of themselves that do not exactly fit into their type description. In effect, they endeavor to become
    a stereotypical version of whatever type they believe they are. (I fear that such behaviors can give
    amusement to their acquaintances.) But as Bowditch demonstrates, there can be a great deal of
    diversity encompassed within the four letters of a type."
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    INTJ - The Scientists

    I've read her book about INTPs and it was quite entertaining. Lots of data in there, as well.

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    Glad you guys enjoyed it.

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    INFJ

    An excerpt:

    "Increasing vampire awareness has made it more important than ever for the average man to assess
    his ability to hunt and destroy bloodsucking creatures of the night. In this chapter, we will seek to
    address some questions relating to type and vampires:

    1. Do INTJs have a natural advantage when it comes to hunting vampires?
    2. Was Dracula an INTJ?"


    Yes, this is the content I want to see!
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