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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Is that a T, or just someone who is abusive?
    I think a number of these people just enjoyed pushing boundaries and getting a rise out of others...

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    There's also speculation that Einstein was actually not a T.
    LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by A Schnitzel View Post
    LOL
    Whatever. Laugh all you want. Lots of people think he was an INFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Schnitzel View Post
    LOL
    It's my understanding that he's like totally the archetype for INTP.

    IME theorists tend to be INTP's and experimentalist's INTJ's. Mathematicians tend to be INTP's, though I've definitely seen a smattering of INTJ's there too. Those INTJ's were much nicer than the INTJ's I met in physics. I think math has more of a collaborative/congenial atmosphere, less "competition to get the next Nobel prize" or whatever

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Whatever. Laugh all you want. Lots of people think he was an INFJ.
    I've NEVER heard that before. Can you make references? How did people arrive at that assessment?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott N Denver View Post
    Yeah, I brought that up way earlier in the thread. Didn't see any responses to it though, until now.

    "Your stupid" "your feelings are stupid" "your so irrational" "you make no sense" "thats the dumbest thing I've ever heard" "You CANT be serious!?!?!" "your a passive wimp" "I can't help the fact that you have thin skin", ....
    I don't think its fair to say that a T would have nothing to offer you in a relationship because the guys you work with are tools. How someone behaves in a work enviornment and how I behave in private are two different things. You ever date a T?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott N Denver View Post
    It's my understanding that he's like totally the archetype for INTP.

    IME theorists tend to be INTP's and experimentalist's INTJ's. Mathematicians tend to be INTP's, though I've definitely seen a smattering of INTJ's there too. Those INTJ's were much nicer than the INTJ's I met in physics. I think math has more of a collaborative/congenial atmosphere, less "competition to get the next Nobel prize" or whatever
    Pretty damn close. Some of the INTP type descriptions were written with him in mind.

    Yeah there are more INTPs in math than physics and I do know some INTJs in physics that are real assholes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind-up Rex View Post
    I don't think its fair to say that a T would have nothing to offer you in a relationship because the guys you work with are tools. How someone behaves in a work enviornment and how I behave in private are two different things. You ever date a T?
    I didn't say that, but I do see how those dots could be connected though.

    I think F women are often attracted to T men. Level-headed, emotional grounding, rational, hard-charging, can put up with F emotional theatrics, etc are things I'd expect to hear people say that T's provide F's. But I don't think anyone has said any of those yet, only "harassment" or whatever term they used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott N Denver View Post
    I didn't say that, but I do see how those dots could be connected though.

    I think F women are often attracted to T men. Level-headed, emotional grounding, rational, hard-charging, can put up with F emotional theatrics, etc are things I'd expect to hear people say that T's provide F's. But I don't think anyone has said any of those yet, only "harassment" or whatever term they used.
    But the purpose of the thread is what do Ts get from Fs. If thoughts are offered on the reciprocal, then thats gravy. The criticism comment posted by marmalade was (mostly) glib.

    If I misunderstood you, at the very least you implied pretty strongly that some idiots have given you misgivings about the whole "T" thing, which is a bummer cause we're fun when not in work mode. Well...NTs are at least.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott N Denver View Post
    I didn't say that, but I do see how those dots could be connected though.

    I think F women are often attracted to T men. Level-headed, emotional grounding, rational, hard-charging, can put up with F emotional theatrics, etc are things I'd expect to hear people say that T's provide F's. But I don't think anyone has said any of those yet, only "harassment" or whatever term they used.
    Most definitely.
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