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    i found this pdf from my computer. couldnt find its source, but the file says its author is esvana



    INTPs exhibit the greatest precision in thought and language of all the types; they tend to see distinction
    and inconsistencies in thought and language instantaneously. The one word which captures the unique
    style of INTPs is architect – the architect of ideas and systems as well as the architect of edifices. This
    type is found in only 1 percent of the population and therefore is not encountered as frequently as some
    other types.
    INTPs detect contradictions in statements no matter how distant in space or time the contradictory
    statements were produces. The intellectual scanning of INTPs has a principled quality; that is, INTPs
    search for whatever is relevant and pertinent to the issue at hand. Consequently, INTPs can concentrate
    better than any other type.
    Authority derived from office, position, or wide acceptance does not impress INTPs. Only statements
    that are logical and coherent carry weight. External authority per se is irrelevant. INTPs abhor
    redundancy and incoherence. Possessing a desire to understand the universe, an INTP is constantly
    looking for natural law. Curiosity concerning these keys to the universe is a driving force in this type.
    INTPs prize intelligence in themselves and in others, but can become intellectual dilettantes as a result of
    their need to amass ideas, principles, or understanding of behavior. And once they know something, it is
    remembered. INTPs can become obsessed with analysis. Once caught up in a thought process. That
    thought process seems to have a will of its own for INTPs, and they persevere until the issue is
    comprehended in all its complexity. They can be intellectual snobs and may show impatience at times
    with others less endowed intellectually. This quality, INTPs find generates hostility and defensive
    behavior on the part of others, who may describe an INTP as arrogant.
    For INTPs, the world exists primarily to be understood. Reality is trivial, a mere arena for proving ideas.
    It is essential that the universe is understood and that whatever is stated about the universe is stated
    correctly, with coherence and without redundancy. This is the INTPs final purpose. It matters not
    whether others understand or accept his or her truths.

    The INTP is the logician, the mathematician, the philosopher, the scientist; any pursuit requiring
    architecture of ideas intrigues this type. INTP’s should not, however, be asked to work out the
    implementation or application of their models to the real world. The INTP is the architect of a system
    and leaves it to others to be the builder and the applicator. Very often therefore, the INTP’s work is not
    credited to him or her. The builder and the applier gains fame and fortune, while the INTP’s name
    remains obscure. Appreciation of an INTP’s theoretical work frequently comes posthumously – or the
    work may never be removed from library shelves at all and thus lost.
    INTP’s tend not to be writers or to go into sales work. They are, however, often excellent teachers,
    particularly for advanced students, although INTP’s do not always enjoy much popularity, for they can
    be hard taskmasters. They are not good at clerical tasks and are impatient with routine details. They
    prefer to work quietly, without interruption, and often alone. If an organization is to use the talents of an
    INTP appropriately, the INTP must be given an efficient support staff who can capture ideas as they
    emerge and before the INTP loses interest and turns to another idea.

    INTP’s take their mating relationship seriously and usually are faithful and devoted – albeit preoccupied
    at times. They are not likely to welcome constant social activity or disorganization in the home. In all
    probability, the mate of an INTP will initiate and manage the social life. If left to his or her own devises
    the INTP mate will retreat into the world of books and emerge only when physical needs become
    imperative. INTP’s are, however, willing, compliant, and easy to live with, although somewhat forgetful
    of appointment, anniversaries and rituals of daily living – unless reminded. They may have difficulty
    expressing their emotions verbally, and the mate of an INTP may believe that he/she is somewhat taken
    for granted. As a parent, the INTP is devoted; they enjoy children, and are serious about their
    upbringing. The home of an INTP parent is usually calm, low-key in discipline, but well run and
    INTP’s deal with the environment primarily through intuition, and their stronger quality, the thinking
    function, remains relatively hidden except in close associations. Therefore, INTP’s are often
    misunderstood, seen as difficult to know, and seldom perceived at their true level of competency. They
    are inclined to be shy except when with a close friends, and their reserve is difficult to penetrate. They
    are very adaptable until one of their principles is violated. Then INTP’s are not adaptable at all! They
    may have difficulty in being understood by others because they tend to think in a complicated fashion
    and want to be precise, never redundant in their communications. Because their feeling qualities may be
    underdeveloped, they may be insensitive to the wants and wishes of others, often unaware of the existence
    of these wants and wishes.

    At midlife the INTP might do well to work on increasing awareness of emotional responses, responding to
    the value preferences of others, and verbalizing to others the INTP’s awareness of these values. At
    midlife one of the tasks of the INTP is to de velop an ability to play for play’s sake; not to learn something
    or to somehow improve a skill. Working on the sensual side of his or her nature may provide a source of
    new pleasure and excitement.

    Our “architect” is not merely a designer of buildings. There is the architect of ideas (the philosopher),
    the architect of number systems (the mathematician), the architect of computer languages (the
    programmer), and on and on. In short, abstract design is the forte of the architect and coherence is the
    primary issue.
    Why would this abstrationist find the ESFJ “seller” attractive? Think broadly of selling. This amounts
    to persuading another to receive something of value to the receiver. The seller is essentially caring for the
    receiver (quite apart from the fact that the receiver pays). This is the essential attitude of the ESFJ seller,
    and this attitude is perceptible to the receiver (buyer); he feels this nourishing approach. That is what is
    attractive to the INTP architect-philosopher – the nourishment which anchors him to the real world.
    What attracts the ESFJ “seller”? Here is a person who, like a balloon filled with hydrogen, is likely to
    escape the earth (in his abstract attitude). He needs to have a string attached so that he can be hauled
    down to earth now and then. In a sense, he needs to be “sold on reality,” so indifferent is he to it.
    The INTP also has a second likely target to attract him: the ENFJ “pedagogue.” What is a pedagogue?
    A catalyst of the growth process, someone who has that uncanny ability to “bring out" the other, to
    activate the differentiation or “unfolding” process in the learner. All NFs seems to have this capability in
    some degree and the accompanying desire to exercise it, but the ENFJ seems to have it in abundance.
    This relationship – the ENFJ – INTP -- can be “deep and meaningful” for the former and anchoring in a
    charismatic way for the latter.

    The mate of Promethean NT may well believe that the NT is quite oblivious to his welfare, and may see
    him as unaware of daily events, which make up the stream of homely family life. The mate of an NT may
    long for more frequently verbalized expressions of affection and concern on the part of the NT. The NT,
    on the other hand, would probably be amazed that his or her way of relating and loving is experienced by
    the mate as being aloof or uncaring.
    NTs do seem rather cold and unemotional to other temperaments. They tend to control and hide their
    emotions behind an immobile facial stance, with only the eyes transmitting depth of reaction. A public
    display of emotion or affection is particularly repugnant to an NT.
    Because of the NT’s distaste for stating the obvious or being redundant, the NT is apt to verbalize
    expressions of affection rather infrequently. To other types this seems cold and miserly, and they often
    are hurt by the withholding. To the NT, stating what is already established is raising doubt where there
    is none. The commitment has been made; the position has been taken. And this commitment stands until
    notified. Therefore, clearly, it is unnecessary and inappropriate to restate the established and obvious.
    In establishing sexual relationships NTs are not likely to give in to impulse, getting involved on a spur-ofthe-
    moment basis. Rather they are likely to thing through relationships carefully, giving prolonged
    consideration to projections. Once the matter is thought through, the NT is ready to proceed with
    investing in the relationship. If it does not work out, the NT is likely to shrug his or her shoulders and
    turn away, perhaps with only mild regrets. Once an NT has made a decision, however, a change of heart
    is not likely to occur on his or her part, provided, of course, that a response has been forthcoming from
    the recipient. And, in all likelihood, the NT will develop the relationship as he or she has conceived it. If
    the situation calls for a long-term commitment, a long-term commitment is made. If the situation calls
    for a short-term commitment, a short-term investment is made. A peculiar dynamic occur: When the NT’s intent is a long -term commitment, this fact is not likely verbalized, since for the
    NT, this intent is obvious. But if the relationship is to be short-term, this fact is likely to be verbalized,
    just in case it is not obvious. NTs are likely to honor a personal commitment once made, even though the
    relationship was not consummated as satisfactorily as anticipated. Not is the NT likely to ve rbalize any
    disappointment or dissatisfaction if such is the case.
    The NT mate is not apt to hold mates responsible for discord; usually the burden of doing whatever
    needs to be done will be seen by NTs as their own responsibility. The NTs, as a group, do not thrive on
    conflict at a personal level. They do enjoy intellectual dispute, but quarreling on an emotional level is
    something NTs find destructive; generally an NT will walk away from this kind of interaction.

    NTs often have a curious amorality related to the generally accepted standards of sexual behaviors. The
    rules of society have little pressure for NTs, but their own idiosyncratic standards of conduct do. These
    usually have been carefully considered, and are followed with or without society’s approval. The sexual
    ethics of an NT are generally his own; they may or may not conform to the general morals of sexual
    behavior current in any given time.
    Establishing a sexual or social relationship with an NT, especially introverted NTs usually requires more
    investment of time and energy than with other types. This is especially in contrast with SPs, who are
    more ready to establish relationships. Often, types who are not NTs are unwilling to invest the time and
    energy required to relate to an NT. Even the extraverted NTs, although apparently easy to get to know,
    are actually fairly difficult to understand, for the personality structure of an NT is characteristically
    complex and, at times, even convoluted. Friends and mates of NTs repeatedly express surprise at a facet
    of character they fine in the NT, one that had not been apparent previously.
    Female NTs, in particular, are apt to have their sexuality overlaid with intellectualism. Their preference
    for the logical can obscure expressions of their feelings, which may or may not be well developed. If not,
    the NT female may have difficulty with orgasmic responses unless her partner takes the time, makes the
    effort, and understands the necessity of making a sexual approach through mutual exploration of
    intellectual concepts. It is unlikely that an NT female will be sexually stimulated by a partner who is not
    her intellectual equal. Male NTs have a somewhat different expectation concerning intellectual equality.
    The preference here is for equality at most and some – but not too much – inferiority at best. Obviously,
    this places the intellectually gifted female in a position of limited appropriate NT choices.
    In any event, both female and male NTs can bring to a sexual relationship a willingness to explore
    possibilities of erotic arousal. If they have so marked it out as one of their areas of competency, NTs can
    be quite expert in sexual technology. They are very apt to possess skill in both the physical and
    psychological logistics involved in sexual intercourse, and to understand well the necessity for this
    relationship to be based on a wide variety of common interests outside the bedroom. Unlike the NF, who
    might consider it unromantic to study carefully scientific treatises on sexuality (e.g., Masters and
    Johnson, 1966), NTs would be likely to do so, finding it relatively easy to translate these objective findings
    into creative sexual, sensual behavior.

    Outside the bedroom, NTs seem to have more difficulty than other types in engaging in play. They are,
    on the whole, apt to be rather serious, finding it amusing to dialogue at what they might call “seventh
    plane of irreality,” a pastime which other types are apt to find rather dull. For the NT, the amusing and
    humorous is usually subtle and, more often than not, based on a play on words. They especially enjoy
    humor which contains an unexpected double meaning, but – unlike the SPs and, at times, the SJs – they
    do not enjoy ribald sexual stories or practical jokes and find the recounting of both somewhat offensive,
    especially in mixed company.
    A few deep relationships are the usual pattern of an NT’s emotional history; promiscuity is typically
    regarded with distaste. The experience of partner swapping is apt to repel ant NT, who would, in all
    probability, find this experience psychologically scarring. The NT mate is not likely to discuss past
    personal involvements with a mate or with others and almost never discusses a mate with friends. Sensuality begins for an NT in the imagination, as it does for an NF; both types are capable of nuances of
    appreciation of the erotic, which those with S preferences might find irrelevant or even unfathomable.
    As a sexual partner, an NT can be highly creative, imaginative, and exciting. The degree of satisfaction
    for an NT in a relationship will be correlated with the depth of the relationship. Still, mere sexual release
    is sometimes seen as necessary, particularly if sexual tensions are getting in the way of important work.
    In that event, the tension is cared for with dispatch and as conveniently as possible.

    NTs tend to be relatively uninterested in acquiring wealth and as mates, therefore, tend to be satisfied
    with modest comfort. Possessions as an end in itself seems not to motivate NTs; rather, enjoyment in the
    beauty of an object, pleasures of design and building, pleasure in elegant functioning in possessions all
    motivate an NT. A vintage car, a classic airplane, and elegant art object, owned or not, give pleasure to
    an NT. This characteristic NT trait -–enjoying without needing to possess – often causes mates who do
    not share this detachment some impatience. The NT’s usual disinterest in acquiring material wealth
    beyond that necessary for reasonable security and comfort can also provide some dissonance in the
    mating relationship. Although an NT periodically is inspired to acquire wealth, this urge seldom lasts
    long enough to acquire that fortune. The NT’s attention quickly turns once again to the theoretical, and
    the momentary interest in becoming wealthy dissipates – only to return from time to time with the same
    result. NTs seldom, however, lose interest in owning books and knowledge; these hold their interest year after
    year, and an NT’s home is likely to be well lined with books. In fact, the non-NT mate of an NT often
    perceives the NT as directing exclusive attention to the world of theory and techniques, at the expense of
    giving sufficient attention to the mate. Although NT’s may seem oblivious to the home life g oing about
    them, they usually show interest when these events are brought to attention. NTs are somewhat vague
    about social time, especially the introverted NT’s, and may be unaware, unless reminded, what hour, day,
    date, or season it is. This can lead to difficulty in the mating relationship when the mate is a type to
    whom anniversaries, birthdays, and the like are important.

    Both NTs and introverted NFs tend to develop intimate relationships rather slowly; intellectual
    development seems to proceed at a faster rate than does social development. For both NTs and NFs,
    communications sent through the physical relationship are apt to become more and more complex over
    time, with their approaches to the sexual encounter threaded with subtleties and symbolism. The sexual
    act is usually given meaning beyond mere release from sexual tension. Sexual contact for the introverted
    NT may be less frequent than for the extraverted NT. Routines of daily living, such as working –
    especially if these daily routines are fraught with conflict – can be quite repressive to the emotional and
    sexual readiness of the NT, especially the introverted NT (as well as the introverted NF). NTs may
    engage in the sex act as a profound expression of love, or, at the opposite extreme, as an act of selfhumiliation
    and self-denigration, resulting in disgust for self.
    NTs usually take family responsibilities seriously, particularly their own responsibility to members of
    their family, including their parents. They are, however, often perceived by members of the family as
    having more psychological distance between themselves and others than do other types. The NT tends
    not to “own” the behaviors (or body) of his mate as might other types. The errors of others, whether
    family members or not, are not the NT’s errors, and are handled objectively. The NT’s own errors are
    those which are inexcusable, and unforgivable. Parenting is usually a pleasure, therefore, for an NT, who
    seems to watch the growth of children (and a mate!) with joy but as somewhat of a bystander.
    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
    — C.G. Jung


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    i found another INTP profile from my computer written by Scott Pagel. dunno where from internets its from

    INTP - Introverted/iNtuitive/Thinking/Perceiving
    A Love of Problem Solving

    If any type personifies the absent-minded professor, it would likely be the INTP. Their inner reflectiveness – introversion – enables them to explore all the imaginative possibilities their iNtuition preference provides. Their objectivity (Thinking) demands the analysis of all that information, and their open-ended and flexible attitude
    (Perceiving) prompts them to be responsive to whatever new data present themselves.

    Such a combination of preferences keeps the INTP caught up in the paradoxical goal of always trying to make a coherent whole out of an endlessly proliferating amount of data. Whether it's an article, drawing, a plan, scheme, thought or theory, the INTP struggles to fit all its pieces together into a complete picture that keeps expanding with the continual discovery of new pieces. As a result, all thoughts, ideas, and plans, however final they seem, are subject to last-minute changes when “new data,” from either internal or external influences, become available. This is very exciting to INTPs and very frustrating to others, especially those with a preference for Judging.

    To arrive at what seems like perfection, only to have it challenged by a new insight, is at once exciting and challenging to INTPs. As a result, they are their own greatest critics and pride themselves on being the first to knock down their own theories or correct themselves with a better work or improved idea. The quest for flawlessness, cleverness, competency, conceptual perfection and self-mastery is a driving force for INTPs. When maximized, however, these goals can become tiresome, self-punishing liabilities.

    Any project, from fixing a leaky faucet to writing a business plan to taking a vacation, presents itself as a mental challenge to the INTP, who thinks through every stage of the task at hand, from beginning to end. Such thinking
    may well involve computers, drawing boards, resource books, and anything else that will help the INTP focus the project and create a plan open-ended enough for improvements. Once such a plan has been developed, either on paper of in the INTP's mind, a considerable amount of energy must then go into critiquing and improving the “rough draft.” This process, which may go on for hours, days, even weeks, is always more exciting, challenging, and stimulating to the INTP than actually doing whatever needs to be done. Sometimes, once an INTP thinks a project through, he or she may lose interest in it, for in the mind of the INTP that project has been completed – even if that is the only place it exists. Indeed, when INTPs are conceptualizing – and they usually are – it can be difficult to interrupt their high power of concentration.

    Gender issues are especially pointed for the INTP female. While all of the internal conceptualizing, however misunderstood, may be tolerated in a male, society is less likely to tolerate the same characteristic in a female.
    The absentminded professor is another image more conventionally male than female. This creates at least three special problems for the INTP female: First, women historically have not been looked upon as the architects of much beyond their own homes and families. The constant desire to make life conform to a theoretical model, while true to the INTP preference, flies in the face of traditional female roles. Second, conceptual originality is similarly not a traditional female trait. Some INTPs, asked the time of day, would be tempted to expound on the philosophical meaning of time; this eccentricity in a man may be looked upon as the result of over-intelligence, in a woman it may result in her being labeled “dizzy” or even “dumb.” Finally, the Thinking preference if INTPs directly counters most females' scripting to be subjective, soft and caring. Even worse, when an INTP female's feeling side does surface, it often does so with intensity, an outpouring that can be frightening to both herself and others.

    In relating to an INTP, male or female, expect an intellectual challenge. Words spoken and thoughts shared with an INTP will be construed as an invitation to expand, clarify, argue and rethink. Though less immediately reactive than their ENTP relatives, they are sure to be thinking about and rehearsing a response that will cause all involved to reevaluate the issue at hand. Such discipline and rigor brings growth and new direction to a relationship. But social deftness and poise are generally secondary to an INTP's intellectual pursuits. As a result, when INTPs are absorbed in thinking or questioning, they can often appear hard to reach, at best, or even downright rude, to those of a different type.

    Parenting for the INTP is seen as an opportunity to help young minds develop and grow. Very patient and accepting of differences in children, INTP parents want their children to grow up enjoying, expressing, living through independent thought. Clearly preferring a child to develop “mind over body,” INTP parents have an amazing tolerance of and support for each child's pursuit of his or her own course. If anything, they may be too nondirective of their children's development. It is an INTP model to open new possibilities for the child by suggesting – not demanding and rarely imposing – alternatives to whatever thought or action the child may be
    pursuing; if the alternative is not adopted, the typical INTP response is simply - “At least I tried.” But sometimes children, even when they seem rebellious or uninterested, welcome a parent's pushing and imposing new ideas. Those who do are out of luck if they have INTP parents, for “pushing” and “imposing” are two words foreign to INTPs.

    It is a live-and-let-live life style for most INTPs. Study, follow one's inspirations, master the situation, then move on to some new “problem.” At times, their love of problem-solving may overshadow their other inclinations. So, for example, while not particularly mechanically inclined, they may find the challenge of repairing a broken appliance totally consuming, and be willing to expend a great burst of energy to master the situation. Having mastered it, they will instantly move on to something else. They are the quintessential Jacks (or Janes) of all trades and masters of none.

    As children, INTPs can be viewed variously as socially shy or terribly argumentative, with little in between. In school they may be seen as not focused, pursuing too many things unrelated to the curriculum. Worse yet, they are seen as raising the wrong questions at the wrong times, although this may be more a reflection of a teacher's rigidness than a student's disorganization. Still, the INTP's behavior can be seen as disruptive, particularly in females. The result, inevitably, is that INTPs must work harder than most to tolerate and survive grade school. When they are successful, they will likely thrive in college. The inquisitiveness encouraged in higher education is the INTP's dream come true. For INTPs, whatever the subject, the joy is in learning.

    Family events for INTPs are generally fun because they are opportunities to explore what makes such events and people tick. While an INTP may be remiss in remembering anniversaries and belated in honoring them, such events are considered important and the forgetfulness is inadvertent. At the very least, family occasions
    offer material for thought about the meaning of family and its place in the sequence of life. As an INTP grows and matures, even bedtime may seem a stepping-off place for exploration, because it opens the door to dreams, which provide more opportunities for understanding and growth.

    Work that does not involve intellect and the opportunity for mastery soon becomes drudgery for INTPs. In fact, if a job doesn't afford the INTP such challenges, he or she will be better off seeking new employment.
    Otherwise, on-the-job listlessness will result, over the long term, in stress, accident proneness, and overall poor performance.

    Senior years for INTPs ought to afford time to theorize and dream with much less accountability. During some of that time INTPs may experience more Extroversion and subjectivity (Feeling), which may be simultaneously scary and quite exciting. As that phase passes, the INTP will settle into a senior citizenship of developing new
    thoughts and ideas to present to younger generations.

    Famous likely INTPs include Linus of Peanuts comics fame (who brings rationality to the contemplation of the theological implications of absolutely everything in the world and intimidates everyone with the universal questions he ceaselessly raises); C.G. Jung (whose revolutionary and complex theories of personality were comprehended by few, although his intent was simply to raise questions for all to explore); and Albert Einstein (an intellectual Goliath who devoted his entire life to exploration and questioning, and yet was known to show up at a dinner party having forgotten to wear pants).
    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
    — C.G. Jung


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    So, this is strictly for INTP profiles, right? Or does this one get to be one of the type Wiki'ing threads?

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    So, this is strictly for INTP profiles, right? Or does this one get to be one of the type Wiki'ing threads?
    these are some INTP profiles that i have found long time ago from internets and saved on computer. dunno if someone wants to use these on type wiki threads, but i dont know what authors would think about it. i didnt really think about those threads when posting these
    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    these are some INTP profiles that i have found long time ago from internets and saved on computer. dunno if someone wants to use these on type wiki threads, but i dont know what authors would think about it. i didnt really think about those threads when posting these
    They are well-written profiles but I think its probably best to contact the original author before posting on a wiki thread. I thought I remember seeing the second profile one time in an MBTI book. I wished I remembered which one. I'm not sure if someone just copied stuff verbatim from the book and posted it to the web without citing the book or if the book was created using content from the web.
    5w6 or 9w1 sp/so/sx, I think
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    The first one is actually from Keirsey (Please Understand Me 1), and had long been copied on a site called Lifexplore, which has come down awhile ago. That's probably where you got it from.
    APS Profile: Inclusion: e/w=1/6 (Supine) |Control: e/w=7/3 (Choleric) |Affection: e/w=1/9 (Supine)
    Ti 54.3 | Ne 47.3 | Si 37.8 | Fe 17.7 | Te 22.5 | Ni 13.4 | Se 18.9 | Fi 27.9

    Temperament (APS) from scratch -- MBTI Type from scratch
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    dunno where i got them from really, most likely just managed to search them from google
    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
    — C.G. Jung


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