So for example, prejudices and racism. Everyone has their own tidbits of prejudices and racism. Most often not by choice but forced adoption due to ignorance and accustoming to environment, family, peers, or circumstances.
Another example would be accent, lingo, and terminology. INTP's are structured and oriented individuals. We'd rather we write and speak in proper tone and grammar than expose ourselves to .... can't think of a good phrase, but let's go with 'looking stupid'. This cannot be helped when exposed to environment, family, peers, or circumstances (e.g. people speaking Pikey or village dialect vs. mainland linguistics.)
Regardless of INTP's being raised by INTP parents or other MBTI-type parents, each INTP learns to be their own individual uniquely.
My question is, can you think of anything you have bear witnessed to your individuality or lifestyle that is not INTP-like? or perhaps observed happened to other individuals that are engrained such that it will take a lot of time and effort to change said beliefs and habits.
*assimilation complete* *You, too, will become one, with the drones.*