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    The doctor does not go to parties. Well 10 did. 11 notsomuch.

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    He just jumped out of a cake at a bachelor party.

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    lol I'm 2 weeks behind.

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    *spoilers*

    oopsy!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    He's so incredibly not an INTP. He leads with Ne totally. When you see Vampires of Venice, he literally tells everyone to shut up because he can't think unless he is talking.

    And ENTPs are loners. We're the most introverted of the extroverts.

    The Doctor, as an archetype, is supposed to be an ENTP, but there are a few threads on here where we've discussed the various ones.
    The Doctor as an archetype is INTP (Who has oddly never had an INTP incarnation). And personally I wouldn't consider myself a loner at all -- I'm just shy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    The Doctor as an archetype is INTP (Who has oddly never had an INTP incarnation). And personally I wouldn't consider myself a loner at all -- I'm just shy.
    That doesn't sound right. How is the archetype an INTP? He travels the universe looking for stimulation and adventure. He always has a companion with him. If he has never had an incarnation as an INTP, what are you basing that on?

    You're shy, I'm independent and want to be free at all times. The end result is that people call us loners.

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    I think McCoy is as close as he's gotten to an INTP; some really prominent Ti going on there, especially in the latter two seasons. And he's probably the biggest dork of the bunch.



    The character was practically renamed "The Professor" during his time. He was quite content traveling alone for ages. You can see the effect of that toward the beginning of the TV movie; with all the companions out of the way, he has turned the TARDIS into a lair.



    Look at him study that jelly baby.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenocyde View Post
    That doesn't sound right. How is the archetype an INTP? He travels the universe looking for stimulation and adventure. He always has a companion with him.
    Wrong. He doesn't always have a companion with him, and most of the time he actually doesn't. In fact, he's been known to not only spend time alone between companions, but to up and leave current ones in mid-adventure, spend years traveling around, and land the TARDIS right where he left them. We always see him with a companion, because the TV show is narrated through the eyes of his companions. Remember, the Doctor is thousands of years old.

    And looking for stimulation is proof of extroversion? Guess I better warn all those ISTPs out there they're really extroverts...
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    I don't know if it's all that constructive to count authorized fan fiction on the same level as the actual TV show it's based on.

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    The Doctor, in all his incarnations, leads with Ne and backs it up with Ti -- not the other way around.

    If the Doctor were an INTP, he would be sitting around, theorizing, only venturing out to collect the evidence he needed to prove a theory. Again, the closest we ever get to this is latter-day McCoy, where he wanders around with his head in the clouds, planning, plotting, working out systems that nobody else can see, to the extent that he often misses what's right in front of him.

    Otherwise, the Doctor is typically out there in the world. His motivation is to gain knowledge, experiences. To see the universe is to truly understand it. He left Gallifrey because it was too boring; all anyone did was sit around and watch and theorize and pontificate. Typically he only stops to think and process all the information he's taking in when he runs into a problem that needs solving.

    Step one: take in as much information as possible.
    Step two: slot it together, and see what you can make out of it.

    The Doctor is an inventor, not an architect. He doesn't write thousand-pages theses on the ideal resolution to a problem; he works with what he has at hand, and builds brilliant things out of it. He doesn't obsess over a few subjects; he takes an interest in everything he sees. He doesn't plan everything out in advance; he improvises.

    The Doctor is about as archetypically an ENTP as you get.

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