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    Sherlock Holmes (according to the movie that's out now) is definitely INTP. I've seen the movie twice and had it narrowed down within the first few minutes the first time. The rest just reinstated my guess. I considered ISTP because of the fight scenes, but if you really look at it he's not doing Se-ish things just for Se's sake. In fact, his whole method of fighting has to do with creating sequences of attacks based on a strong knowledge of the human body and its processes, and then correctly executing those steps. His sensation function is Si - if you remember, there are a ton of scenes where he uses his previously internalized perception of details, then explores them for possibilities, and finally pieces them together into a logical structure in order to solve the crime. When he is observing a crime scene for evidence, he doesn't ever take the details at face value. He internalizes them and stores them away to his memory and then uses his Ne to explore the implications of the data - very quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol_ View Post
    When typing is better to analize your feelings of a man, not the words he says.
    You know... People usually start typing other people by how they feel to them, but soon they have to abandon it because they find out it's a very unreliable method. You may end up kind of developing your own private typology that has nothing to do with anyone else's typology, and therefore is pretty useless in discussion. If everyone did that, everyone would end up with their own set of rules because every person might "feel" different to different people.

    Besides, only with this method of yours you can come up with something like "Paris Hilton = INFP", which is a screaming nonsense.
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    Till the earth was sky,
    Sky that was green,
    And brown clouds passed
    Like chestnut leaves along the ground.

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    Bigby Wolf from Bill Willingham's Fables series.
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    If things are not what they seem, and we are forever reminded that this is the case—then it must also be observed that enough of us ignore this truth to keep the world from collapsing. –Thomas Ligotti, The Mystics of Muelenberg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Space_Oddity View Post
    People usually start typing other people by how they feel to them, but soon they have to abandon it because they find out it's a very unreliable method.
    I've found that image method _used by me_ is rather precise to predict people's traits and behavior. And I know people who use this method for years.

    only with this method of yours you can come up with something like "Paris Hilton = INFP", which is a screaming nonsense
    Any method if it is used correctly will give the same type for Hilton, or will not give a sure version at all.
    I do not think that speculative analysis of doubtful and rather incomplete information from magazine articles and newspapers is better.

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    Don't know if it's been said, but Maximus from Gladiator strikes me as an ISTJ.

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    maybe thomas hobbes
    best collection of philosopher typings online

    http://www.celebritytypes.com/philosophers/

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    Mini necro post.
    Adding a little Asian influence into this thread.

    Fictional female ISTJ characters from a couple of well known anime titles, some of which you can kind of see a little genderbending, aka reverse traps. Gender stereotypes in thinking vs feeling?

    Souseiseki from Rozen Maiden
    Personal favourite, had a hard time deciding which of the >9000 images (literally) I have of her to use. Decided on this because it's one of the few official pictures that shows a little of her feminine side.


    Yagyu Kyubei from Gintama


    Ayanami Rei from Neon Genesis Evangelion


    Yuki Nagato from The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya


    Li Syaoran from Cardcaptor Sakura
    Ok, he's not a girl but... don't sweat the details.
    Everyone is unique. ...Just like everyone else.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sticker View Post
    Adding a little Asian influence into this thread.
    Anime style have become worldwide allready.

    Fictional female ISTJ characters from a couple of well known anime titles
    My 5 cents. Almost all "good" female characters in anime gaved me impression of introverted feelers (INFJ, INFP in common), "bad" (or just extraordrinary) females gave opposite extraverted-thinker impressions. But for males many ISTJ types were, even more then they are meet in real life.

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    It seems half of Hungary's late kings were STJs...

    Karl Franz Josef Ludwig Hubert Georg Maria von Habsburg-Lothringen
    (Charles IV of Austria-Hungary)


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    since my Book of Eli thread failed tremendously as no one even posted in it, I'll go ahead and place it here that I think Eli was an ISTJ.

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