Once again, criminality is not a function of type, but socioeconomic status
noz! I can't believe you said this. Not so. Edit: True that criminality is not a function of type. Not the rest of your statement, though.
My guess, without googling, would be that STPs make up a large number. Then we could get into what exactly comprises a criminal.
"No ray of sunshine is ever lost, but the green which it awakes into existence needs time to sprout, and it is not always granted to the sower to see the harvest. All work that is worth anything is done in faith." - Albert Schweitzer
While I find type theory to be fascinating, I am constantly shocked by the generalizations that are drawn solely because of a 4-letter code.
There is most likely very little correlation between one's MBTI type and their likelihood of being a criminal. INTJs are not necessarily evil, just as ESFPs are not necessarily optimistic.
If used correctly, it seems as though type theory can lead to some interesting insights. However, if incorrectly used, it can lead to groundless generalizations.
Well I can't say I know how seriously TheChosenOne meant it but not everything has to be taken extra seriously. I ask you, wouldn't it make sense for T to be slightly likelier to "step on someone's toes" in order to get something he/she wants?
I ask you, wouldn't it make sense for T to be slightly likelier to "step on someone's toes" in order to get something he/she wants?
It's just fun.
It seems to be dependent on one's perspective.
While a Thinker may be more likely to detach themselves from their emotions, thus allowing them to "step on someone's toes", I can easily see a Feeler acting upon powerful, negative emotions in an evil fashion.