I know that we have discussed this several times earlier. I do not expect us to come to an agreement, but I would appreciate it if the users with an opinion on the subject would post their arguments for Socrates as eigther INTP or ENTP, preferably in bullet-point form.
INTP: Indulged in solitary meditations where he neglected his appearance and social appointments.
INTP: Very Ti-driven in dissecting the arguments of others.
ENTP: Died talking, and died of talking.
ENTP: Philosophical doctrine is extensive rather than deep.
PS: To the people who would problematize the historical source material on Socrates, these are the sources that I consider the most historically acurate:
I read that he is E because he seems I through Plato, who was I. I personally feel that an Introvert like Plato would represent an Extrovert as a very big personality.
Anyway, Socrates never wrote anything down, which seems more an I because an Extrovert is focused on the outside world and would seek to record in the outside world anyway. Basically INTP is superior to ENTP.