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    Putin.

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    Ayn Rand

    Oh, and I think one of the most interesting fictional contrasts of healthy INTJ to psychotic INTJ would be Clarice Starling and Hannibal Lecter.

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    How bout Hannibal of Carthage?

    He's who I think of most, when I think of real-life INTJs...

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    Putin is a great example, though.

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    Einstein = ENTP, Dr. Manhattan = INTP, Snape = INTP IMO.

    I would say Abraham Lincoln or Benjamin Franklin maybe for a famous INTJ.
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    I've read that Lincoln was an ENFJ...

    Not sure about Franklin...

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    Quote Originally Posted by marmalade.sunrise View Post
    Ayn Rand

    Oh, and I think one of the most interesting fictional contrasts of healthy INTJ to psychotic INTJ would be Clarice Starling and Hannibal Lecter.
    These are great examples. I've never actually heard Ayn Rand talk but you can get an idea by reading her books.

    I also think about Arnold Schwarzenegger, Alan Greenspan, and Richard Nixon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Einstein = ENTP, Dr. Manhattan = INTP, Snape = INTP IMO.

    I would say Abraham Lincoln or Benjamin Franklin maybe for a famous INTJ.
    Franklin was extrovert. And don't put much stock in all his maxiums to type him, some think he might have ripped those off someone else and keep in mind who he was catering to in his Alamck. He seems to just ooze tert Fe to me.

    I've seen Linclon listed as INFP...but Lincoln is complex case. He suffered from depression and took mercury pills. Did Mercury in "Little Blue Pills" Make Abraham Lincoln Erratic?

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