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    ENFP, ENTP, ENFJ?

    Right now I'd probably go for ENFJ

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    This is the first time I've heard someone suggest he was NF. I think he's ENTP.
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    Why an NF? I am genuinely curious.
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    Totally ENTP.
    By the way, his fail was introverted sensing: he was one of the greatest conquerant of the history, but his empire had'nt real structure, and he did'nt know where was his own limits no the other's, he did'nt care about his corporal health and died from exhaustion, alcoolism and madness.

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    NF? i think you're thinking of his boyfriend.
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    Ok guys, I didn't think it will shock you so much

    I thought about NF because of his approach to his leadership and his goals, or in his case, it's better to say quest.

    You know, he was not a cruel conqueror like e.g. Napoleon, whose goal was only to unite a whole countries under his absolute power. I've heard that Alexander have had an ideal of connecting the world into one nation. He seemed much less to crave an absolute power over people, he wanted the people to be happy and united at the end, though he apparently were doing it by means of war. Also he seemed to have a little interest in mundane trumpery. This includes physical pleasures as well. He was not very fond of sexual orgies and all that kind of crap which such a great leader usually enjoyed to full extent...

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    oh, i didn't realize your reason was because he was "good".

    of course he was NF.
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    Was he not a cruel conqueror? Like Napoleon?
    Now, which rock did you grow up underneath?
    Back then, there was a real monopoly on who wrote the history books. Guess who? Yeah, the conquerors. And Napoleon did a lot of good things, despite cutting off a few well-deserving noble heads.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gauche View Post
    Ok guys, I didn't think it will shock you so much

    I thought about NF because of his approach to his leadership and his goals, or in his case, it's better to say quest.

    You know, he was not a cruel conqueror like e.g. Napoleon, whose goal was only to unite a whole countries under his absolute power. I've heard that Alexander have had an ideal of connecting the world into one nation. He seemed much less to crave an absolute power over people, he wanted the people to be happy and united at the end, though he apparently were doing it by means of war. Also he seemed to have a little interest in mundane trumpery. This includes physical pleasures as well. He was not very fond of sexual orgies and all that kind of crap which such a great leader usually enjoyed to full extent...

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    Quote Originally Posted by YourLocalJesus View Post
    . And Napoleon did a lot of good things, despite cutting off a few well-deserving noble heads.
    Then he made himself an emperor, so what was the point?

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