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    Haha, look at all the INFP's and INFJ's up there vs. ISTJ's. I for one was horrible in English class.

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    INFPs are probably the best writers on the whole of all types. Similarly, a scientist list would be dominated by INTx.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamiteninja View Post
    INFPs are probably the best writers on the whole of all types. Similarly, a scientist list would be dominated by INTx.
    Agreed, it's no coincidence.

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    OMG. Gaiman is totally F from this: YouTube - Authors@Google: Neil Gaiman

    ADDS: Neil Gaiman (INFP)

    Ray Bradbury: xNTx YouTube - A Conversation with Ray Bradbury
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    Another INFP for your list: Bret Easton Ellis


    Quote Originally Posted by dynamiteninja View Post
    INFPs are probably the best writers on the whole of all types. Similarly, a scientist list would be dominated by INTx.
    Yes, if in doubt you can always toss INFP in the hat for any fiction writer and the odds of being right are better than for any other type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mysterio View Post
    Another INFP for your list: Bret Easton Ellis




    Yes, if in doubt you can always toss INFP in the hat for any fiction writer and the odds of being right are better than for any other type.
    ^ Maybe so, but I have already listed Bret as an INFJ based on his Charlie Rose interviews and a few others, as well as his writing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dynamiteninja View Post
    ^ Maybe so, but I have already listed Bret as an INFJ based on his Charlie Rose interviews and a few others, as well as his writing.

    I’m not positive, but I was judging by interviews I remembered reading, where he came across as more P. And by function theory, Fi/INFP; there seems to be a lot of Fi nausea in his views about the shallowness of the upper class realms of our culture. If you know the Enneagram, you could say that he’s a strong critic of type 3, the type that focuses most on image and status, which is arguably the main type or one of the main types of US culture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mysterio View Post
    I’m not positive, but I was judging by interviews I remembered reading, where he came across as more P. And by function theory, Fi/INFP; there seems to be a lot of Fi nausea in his views about the shallowness of the upper class realms of our culture. If you know the Enneagram, you could say that he’s a strong critic of type 3, the type that focuses most on image and status, which is arguably the main type or one of the main types of US culture.
    Aw shucks. I need a second opinion on him.
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    What about Carl Sagan? INTP, I think...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anentropic IxTx View Post
    What about Carl Sagan? INTP, I think...
    That would make all the sense in the world.

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