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    Sensors can be open/intellectual too, their other functions just hinder it being shown.
    George Bernard Shaw in cartoon form.

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    I'm currently listening to this interview

    YouTube - Robert Lee interview about brother Bruce Lee Part 1 of 2

    in which his apparently entp brother describes Bruce as he knew him.


    1. Loved being the hero
    2. Was a generator of energy (presumably positive, considering how he drew people thru his mere presence).
    3. Describes Bruce's moves as new "inventions".
    4. Robert believes Bruce, had he been alive over the past several decades, would have continued to reinvent himself (in Part 2 of the same interview).

    Semantics-related issues aside, I don't see any single reason to think of him as anything but entj.

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    Obviously his brother doesn't know him like we do.
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    I don't necessarily doubt it, but most people can reinvent themselves. Besides, Te types are more known to concentrate outward for what needs to be changed. Introverted judgers are more inclined to reinvent from within. Fe adapts to emotional/social relevance in a situation. Se adapts to changes and trends in environment/experience. Ne changes it's enthusiasm for all kinds of things. Reinvention is possible in many ways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    I don't necessarily doubt it, but most people can reinvent themselves. Besides, Te types are more known to concentrate outward for what needs to be changed. Introverted judgers are more inclined to reinvent from within. Fe adapts to emotional/social relevance in a situation. Se adapts to changes and trends in environment/experience. Ne changes it's enthusiasm for all kinds of things. Reinvention is possible in many ways.
    What are you implying?

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    Quote Originally Posted by candylandjoe View Post
    What are you implying?
    That none of the characteristics you listed imply a typological preference one way or the other.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    That none of the characteristics you listed imply a typological preference one way or the other.
    The characteristics reflect my knowledge of the sketch of an entj's approach to life. One, they're generally quite positive (sometimes quite expressive of it), which works as a natural stimulant/picker-upper for isfjs, who tend to grip tightly to the past. The energy described in the interview I'd linked and expressed in the black & white multi-parter on youtube matches what I understand as the positive, restless, forward-looking entj variety.

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    ENFPs can do/be those things as well. A lot of types can.
    George Bernard Shaw in cartoon form.

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    That reminds me, the story about Bruce kissing Jackie when hurting him was from the jail scene in Enter the Dragon when he whacked him with nunchucks and not Fist of Fury. In Fist of Fury Jackie was praised by Bruce for jumping so far out the window.

    I saw it on a documentary the other day.

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    What documentary? I'm interested.

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