Does anyone else agree that Harry is INFJ and Dumbledore is INFP?
-- Nope, nope.
"Because the INFJ has such strong intuitive capabilities, they trust their own instincts above all else. This may result in an INFJ stubborness and tendency to ignore other people's opinions."
Harry is usually stubborn in his viewpoints - often ignoring Hermione's and Dumbledore's judgment. This is evident in Harry's instinctual distrust of certain individuals (e.g. Snape).
I think most types are capable of digging their heels in about things they believe sufficiently in (which would vary) but at any rate, I've always had the impression that Harry's 'gut instinct' is more of an Fi dom than an Ni dom thing.
Also, Dumbledore's pretty INJ, i think, which are capable of marshalling their own idealistic 'change the world' cause, should it strike the fancy. And Dumbledore has a sort of 'certain' air to him, a decided sort of take on things -- he knows what he thinks/ feels about something/ someone and sticks to that. I don't really see a very open-ended Ne in him.
Actually, this has probably been discussed to death, but I -still- can't quite tell if Dumbledore's an INFJ or INTJ...
(decides to read the other pages in this thread later :))
(edit: has read threads and has come to the conclusion that one needs the books... haha.)