I read it, and appreciate it, and will likely spend a nice chunk of time thinking about it. (I also think it would benefit from a bit of editing.) I see a lot of myself in there. My frustration with this, as with so many things I have read about INTP tendencies, is that while it describes the issues and refers to solutions, it does nothing to help me know how to achieve growth. Specifically, it points to developing Fe in order to be more skilled in relationship-building and maintaining, but fails to tell me how I go about doing that. Of course, I understand that that was not the intention of this essay, but I do find it frustrating that I can find many analyses of INTP that point to this very issue, but none that give any direction on how to do the necessary development.
Perhaps that is merely illustrative of one of the issues? INTPs are good at analysing the situation, but less skilled at prescribing a response that involves Fe?