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    And?
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    Socrates - INTP obviously, afaik even jung said hes an INTP and many others who are professionals with this also type him as INTP.
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    Kant - INTP
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    Does anyone want to try the 20th Century Marxists - Adorno, Benjamin, Gramsci, Eagleton, Fromm, etc.?

    Or the postmodernists - Baudrillard, Guattari, Deleuze, Foucault?

    /philosophy n00b

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Does anyone want to try the 20th Century Marxists - Adorno, Benjamin, Gramsci, Eagleton, Fromm, etc.?
    Or the postmodernists - Baudrillard, Guattari, Deleuze, Foucault?
    /philosophy n00b
    I'm going to take a guess and say that most Marxists are probably So doms of some sort.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Does anyone want to try the 20th Century Marxists - Adorno, Benjamin, Gramsci, Eagleton, Fromm, etc.?

    Or the postmodernists - Baudrillard, Guattari, Deleuze, Foucault?

    /philosophy n00b
    Fromm's an interesting case, when I think about it his philosophy is pretty different from even those others mentioned as 20th century philosophers alongside him, I'm reading Feuerbach's Essence of Christianity and its a lot like Fromm's You Shall Be Gods, his analysis of the old testament, they both owed a lot to a much earlier time if you ask me even if they radically reinterpreted the ideas from then.

    Its interesting what philosophers come up in threads like these, I'm glad Martin Buber did, although it took longer for Socrates and Aristotle to get a mention than I thought and Nietzsche gets much, much, much more air time these days than I've ever known him to get, its like he's the philosopher of late adolescence and early life now, the rebel, or so he's perceived, which Marx or others once fufilled.

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    On what grounds can you argue for Marx and Heidegger as INFJ?

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    Changed my mind on Nietzsche: INTJ 5w4 > 4w5 > 8w9 so/sx (or sx/so)

    Quote Originally Posted by Viridian View Post
    Does anyone want to try the 20th Century Marxists - Adorno, Benjamin, Gramsci, Eagleton, Fromm, etc.?

    Or the postmodernists - Baudrillard, Guattari, Deleuze, Foucault?

    /philosophy n00b
    I'm only slightly familiar with Foucault and have just started reading some of his works; I'd say INTJ is probably somewhat likely.

    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    On what grounds can you argue for Marx and Heidegger as INFJ?
    I think Marx may be INFJ due to function order: Ni vision of how class society works through time (and mostly the philosophy that he got from Hegel) and Ti framework of a comunist society would work, with Fe's 'ZOMGZ capitalism is Evulz! I'll make communist philosophy to save the people!'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    Ayn Rand: INTJ 1w9 Sp/So.
    Ayn Rand was INTJ 1w9 Sx/So.

    "The instinctual energy of this subtype is the most at odds with their dominant Oneness. This subtype is the most intense. They are looking for perfection in everyone they are close to, not just their spouses. They can be very charismatic and engaging. They can also be very persuasive, like the social/sexual. If they have an opinion you are going to hear about it. It’s very important for them to be understood. They are outwardly competitive. Like the social/sexual, they too may be mistyped as other enneatypes. The anger that is under the surface with the other instinctual variants of type One is much more likely to be apparent with this subtype. You always know where you stand with them. They can mimic type Eight's energy in this regard. On the high side, this type is warm and engaging, but on the down side this same energy can bring with it the full brunt of the One's anger and the need to be right."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    I'm going to take a guess and say that most Marxists are probably So doms of some sort.
    Considering Marxist criticism involves indetifying the dominant ideologies in a given social context, I can see why you'd think that...

    I can't really vouch for their type unless I read them more thoroughly, though.

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