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    the 4 main characters sorta seem like each of socionics' alpha quadra types.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amelie View Post
    How is Larry David an INFJ? Based on what I know of him, he's socially clueless and kind of rude. I love his work, but most INFJ's are way more concerned about other people's feelings and are much more adept in the social realm.
    Type does not imply competence in the main two functions. Type has to do with preference. Larry David may not have well defined social graces, but he is totally preoccupied with social interactions. That is entirely what "Curb Your Enthusiasm" is about. He has a strong preference for Fe regardless of whether or not he has competence.

    Another example of this is Kosmo Kramer (who is also based on a real life person). Most people will agree that he is ENTP, even though his Ti is really not so good.
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    How is Kramer a T? He seems like an NF more than anything else. He's far too focused on and insightful about human concerns to be an NT.

    Jerry is the SJ, probably ISFJ. Arguably the most level-headed of the group, as SJs often are.

    Elaine is the SP, likely ESFP.

    And George is the NT. What kind of NT is hard to say, but definitely an NT.

    And there, you have the four temperaments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    How is Kramer a T? He seems like an NF more than anything else. He's far too focused on and insightful about human concerns to be an NT.

    Jerry is the SJ, probably ISFJ. Arguably the most level-headed of the group, as SJs often are.

    Elaine is the SP, likely ESTP.

    And George is the NT.

    And there, you have the four temperaments.
    I agree on George and Jerry (although I do think Jerry is ISTJ). But I just don't get the F vibe from Kosmo, I see the N though. I think George is xNTP. As for Elaine, it's tough, I think she's definitely S, but that's about all I can pinpoint.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InaF3157 View Post
    Where's Kramer's T?
    He's pretty indiscrete, doesn't take into account other feelings when talking (very ExTx) and when not talking. It's hard to distinguish, the T/F divide must be close for him.

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    Kramer is such a painfully obvious ENTP we shouldn't even be arguing about it. He's not an F, that's for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    He's pretty indiscrete, doesn't take into account other feelings when talking (very ExTx) and when not talking. It's hard to distinguish, the T/F divide must be close for him.
    Quote Originally Posted by VagrantFarce View Post
    Kramer is such a painfully obvious ENTP we shouldn't even be arguing about it. He's not an F, that's for sure.
    Good example of my exact statement.

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    Jerry: ENTJ
    George: INTP
    Elaine: ENFJ
    Kramer: ESTP

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheChosenOne View Post
    He's pretty indiscrete, doesn't take into account other feelings when talking (very ExTx) and when not talking. It's hard to distinguish, the T/F divide must be close for him.
    He doesn't seem to take logic or making rational sense into account, either. He is always coming up with new ideas for business (which makes him seem ENTP), but he also has these wacked out philosophies that make sense only to him (Fi function) or some new age mumbo jumbo (which seems ExFP to me). Then again he is outrageously tactless. BUT ENTPs allegedly have good Fe that allows them to take people's feelings into account. So if he's ExTP, which one?

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