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    I don't think he's an I because he speaks out loud, and is very agitated.
    F doesn't fit well because he's very objective/scientific and doesn't really care about harmony, or hurting other people's feelings.

    So I guess ESTP. Although he's kinda weird for an ESTP.

    Either way, I love the show.

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    The fact he doesn' care about hurting other people's feelings is actually one of the reasons I don't think he's ESTP. As Fe-tertiaries, ESTPs tend to focus more on the emotional atmosphere and beliefs of those around them, rather than their own. Cal on the other hand always butts in when he considers something to be wrong by his own standards (for example, he rats on a woman's husband at random in front of her. Why? He thinks the husband is cheating). If he's not ESFP, he's ENTJ. Besides, he can be a very nice, caring man when he wants to be - he stalks Foster's husband when he suspects infidelity, for example.

    I suspect ESFP though, because his motivation is not scientific inquiry, but rather regret over fucking up and losing his mother in the process by letting her out. He's determined to not fuck up analysis again, no matter what the cost, so long as it preserves lives. A better example of a genuinely-rational person is Torres, or Reynolds (ISTP and ISTJ respectively).
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    I saw websites typing Hercule Poirot as INFJ, but I don't agree with the INFJ typing.

    He is an INTJ, imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mort Belfry View Post
    I remember reading somewhere about him being an INFJ.

    Dominant Introverted Intuition in the way he sees seemingly unrelated facts instantly for what they are, in a way Extraverted Intuition wouldn't work. Also if he was dominant Extraverted Intuition he would be compelled to broadcast his ideas to his companions, rather than save them all up at the end for the denoument.

    Auxilary Extraverted Feeling because he is always going out of his way to make people feel comfortable. This, he does use with manipulation sometimes as it is this function that helps him get information out of suspects and witnesses. He also concerned primarily for the psychology of the crime when looking for a suspect, rather than Sherlock Holmes who is more interested in the facts and clues.
    ISFJ, according to me.
    His extreme importance to even the slightest detail almost undoubtedly establishes him as an Si dominant.

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    In order for society to survive, we must all pitch in and cooperate with one another, split the resources fairly.
    If we get greedy, everything will fall apart
    The main reason why there is no long peace is because everything is set and stone.
    Another is that resources are limited and the ones who had the most goes bad because they are in control.

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    Has anyone watched the show The Killing (US remake) and attempted to type the 2 main characters?
    I'd also like to hear your thoughts on the True Detectives duo in season 1.
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    L from Death Note was INTP
    Lunge from Monster was ISTP (commonly typed as Ni dom because of Ti).
    I have no idea about Sherlock (BBC). Seems Ni and Ti. I think he changes depending on the episode. In the most recent episode he was using Ni.
    The police woman from Gone Girl was XSTJ.
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    Anyone else watched the series Hannibal? I'm gradually watching them all, but my current impressions are:

    Will Graham: INFP
    Hannibal Lecter: ISTP
    Jack Crawford: ESTJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Luke O View Post
    Anyone else watched the series Hannibal? I'm gradually watching them all, but my current impressions are:

    Will Graham: INFP
    Hannibal Lecter: ISTP
    Jack Crawford: ESTJ
    Interesting. I agree with your typings for Graham and Crawford, so I'm curious as to why you think ISTP for Lecter. I think he's a pretty classic INTJ 5w4.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wind Up Rex View Post
    Interesting. I agree with your typings for Graham and Crawford, so I'm curious as to why you think ISTP for Lecter. I think he's a pretty classic INTJ 5w4.
    To be honest, knowing that Lecter is an intelligent psychopath muddies the water when it comes to typing. I did consider INTJ as an alternative and he is most certainly a 5. The series Hannibal (I haven't read the books) shows me an artisanal Hannibal, it isn't as much as the efficient killer he is, there's the essence of craft and practicality in his work, each killing is a piece rather than part of a masterplan. And he sees the logic in consuming part of his kills, and the thrill of getting away with serving them to his friends and associates too. I see some elements of Ni, but not Te so much. I will watch the rest of Hannibal over time and see if my opinion changes though.

    I did search the internet to see what the general consensus is on Hannibal and it isn't only us who disagree...

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