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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    yes. 8w9 Sx/So or So/Sx
    Is there some aversion around here to typing an obvious social Reformer as a 1?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    Is there some aversion around here to typing an obvious social Reformer as a 1?
    I get that feeling, too.
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    He was an INFJ

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    enfp 7w6 sx/so.

    7s always have that underlying critical bent that others don't necessarily see. but his movement created belief through conveying real hope. he was also clearly a teacher of emotions. that was the beauty in his work.

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    His demeanor and aura is very INFJ. He has this classy, composed, eccentric, spiritualness to him that reminds me of monks, Ghandi, Jesus, etc. I know an NJ when I see one.

    And I can't help but lol at the thought of an Sexual ENFP 7w6 having the patience to carry out a non-violent protest and never have any slip ups or visible moments of frustration. Sexual 7w6s aren't necessarily spazzes, but it seems really unnatural for them to show that much composure and tact while getting treated like sh-t constantly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stansmith View Post
    His demeanor and aura is very INFJ. He has this classy, composed, eccentric, spiritualness to him that reminds me of monks, Ghandi, Jesus, etc. I know an NJ when I see one.

    And I can't help but lol at the thought of an Sexual ENFP 7w6 having the patience to carry out a non-violent protest and never have any slip ups or visible moments of frustration. Sexual 7w6s aren't necessarily spazzes, but it seems really unnatural for them to show that much composure and tact while getting treated like sh-t constantly.
    You seem to have a narrow view of what an ENFP 7w6 sx is and is not capable of.

    If I'm remembering correctly, MLK Jr. was over the age of 14 when he was doing the majority of the work he is famous for am I right? Yes, I believe I am in this regard. And while I'm not commenting here on what I feel his type was as I have never considered it before... I will say that when it comes to Human Rights...or any issue I believe in with every ounce of my being...I am capable of damn near anything for however long it takes.

    And for some more lolz, you will find on this site and others strong arguments for typing the historical Jesus as ENFP (most likely 7w6 sx as well). iow, while the biblical Jesus was INFJ...the historical Jesus was ENFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Starry View Post
    You seem to have a narrow view of what an ENFP 7w6 sx is and is not capable of.

    If I'm remembering correctly, MLK Jr. was over the age of 14 when he was doing the majority of the work he is famous for am I right? Yes, I believe I am in this regard. And while I'm not commenting here on what I feel his type was as I have never considered it before... I will say that when it comes to Human Rights...or any issue I believe in with every ounce of my being...I am capable of damn near anything for however long it takes.

    And for some more lolz, you will find on this site and others strong arguments for typing the historical Jesus as ENFP (most likely 7w6 sx as well). iow, while the biblical Jesus was INFJ...the historical Jesus was ENFP.
    Although feasible, INFJ just makes much more sense.

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    The first paragraph alone, in my opinion, establishes him as an NFJ, the very way he addresses people and considers the work of his secretaries and the impact of his writing on others. The diligence, orderliness and determination to execute his non-violence campaign is the hallmark of a balanced INFJ. My second guess would be an ENFJ. The poise and elegance with which he speaks demonstrates intellect tempered with Fe. He's classy, he's charming, he's persuasive. He's an INFJ, or if he is INTJ [as someone suggested], he is an INTJ who had learned to temper his Te with concern for the impact of his words and actions on the hearts and minds of others. I think he comes across as the "People don't care how you know until they know how much you care," embodiment.
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    MLK was probably ENFJ if the stories of relatives who knew the man are to be believed. As a point of contrast, if I were to pick a well-known figure of the Civil Rights movement who was an ENFP, it was probably Rosa Parks. Similarly, I'd put money on Malcolm X being INTJ 6w5 sx-first.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    Is there some aversion around here to typing an obvious social Reformer as a 1?
    looking back, I agree with this.

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