They feel very deep emotions, but just don't display them so much. Calling an INTJ a robot is stereotyping them and defeats the intention Jung had when he did his initial studies: so people could understand each other better, not stereotype someone.
Calling an INTJ a robot is like whipping it out and pissing all over Jung dead corpse after you've gone through the trouble of digging it up.
Absolutely agreed. My INTJ ex can come off as impersonal and may in his own way offend people without realizing it. At home, he was a real softie, FAR from a robot.
I had an INTJ brother, he was a big softie inside.
But he looked, acted, smelled like a robot and was around video-games etc, so much you wouldn't guess.
note: His hugs hurt at times!
No the few ones I know are far from being robots. But they can be very "mathematical" in their emotions when they are pissed off, it's a bit scary at times.