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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.
    So why do you think Snape is INTP? I really would think INTJ. He extraverts Te and not Ne - right? I don't know any INTPs who are so quick to judge or draw conclusions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander29 View Post
    So why do you think Snape is INTP? I really would think INTJ. He extraverts Te and not Ne - right? I don't know any INTPs who are so quick to judge or draw conclusions.
    I agree. I think Snape is a fictional INTJ.

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    I've usually seen Snape listed as INTJ. I think I'd lean toward that myself.
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    Never even read that shit, but I'd agree.

    Every list has him as it, and every quote I've ever seen of his wreaks of unhealthy INTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander29 View Post
    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.
    I think Alan Greenspan, too.

    I even understand Arnold.

    Richard Nixon? I've thought so at one time, but I've also heard he was an ENTJ...

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    why is snape fictional?

    i see no evidence to this lie.


    but yes, intj, that I can see evidence of
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    Oh, also, quintessential INTJ: Nietzsche.

    He actually might be the best.

    Some people say INTP; no way. Definitely INTJ.

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    Mr Darcy in "Pride and Prejudice"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Richard Nixon? I've thought so at one time, but I've also heard he was an ENTJ...
    Nixon was no extrovert. The man did not care at all for social interaction. He was some sort of unhealthy IxTJ, probably ISTJ (he was known for being very detail-oriented).

    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra
    Oh, also, quintessential INTJ: Nietzsche.
    Very correct.

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