I came across these Andy Warhol images recently, and it just reminded me of MBTI and some of the typism that can result. Consider these fun metaphors.
INTPcentral as Beef Noodle
MBTIcentral as assorted soups
The principle of mass production and labeling is so deeply ingrained in modern thought as expressed in these images. The complexity and eclecticism of modernism is at complete odds with how humans have been living since the beginning of time. It goes against the simplicity of tribalism. We do need to understand ourselves and how we relate to others. When confronted with so many 'others' are we especially inclined to simplify them in order to make sense of our world? More now than ever? Or to about the same degree? What other factors produce typism instead of understanding?
All and all, I believe THIS to be the truth about MBTI and personality analysis. (click on 'this' for link)
What do you think?