We need to add some ENTJ's to the mix. Aristotle is probably a member of the club. Perhaps Marx belongs too. His entire thought is extroverted, subordinating everything to external conditions.
G.E. Moore was described as very impartial and very fair, but also as impatient, strenuous, emotionally involved, a person with a low tolerance for "stupes." Someone would read a muddled paper to him, and Moore would interrupt, pounding on the table for emphasis, "What ON EARTH are you talking about?" Likely ENTJ.
Also sign up Gilbert Ryle, who had an extroverted philosophy with an executive way about it. Everything in Ryle's philosophy is exposed, transparent, and manageable. A lot of people call him a behaviorist, though he ought to be considered the Aristotelian variant of ordinary language philosophy. Ryle didn't believe we were robots; he was all about performance, success, abilities, skill, exercise. Most likely ENTJ, with a small chance of ENTP.
David Stove was very likely an ENTJ, with a jocular, abusive philosophical style. Like Freud, he had a good nose for the human rationalization hamster.