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    Intp. Although it might be fun to make the case for estj that over the course of his 800 years accessed his transcendent function and became one with the universe
    For all that we have done, as a civilization, as individuals, the universe is not stable, and nor is any single thing within it. Stars consume themselves, the universe itself rushes apart, and we ourselves are composed of matter in constant flux. Colonies of cells in temporary alliance, replicating and decaying and housed within, an incandescent cloud of electrical impulses. This is reality, this is self knowledge, and the perception of it will, of course, make you dizzy.

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    INTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    Intp. Although it might be fun to make the case for estj that over the course of his 800 years accessed his transcendent function and became one with the universe
    ESTJ . . . is very unlikely. Unless of course your talking about canon outside the films, however I'm not really familiar with the Star Wars EU.

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    INTP.
    Why INTP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Savage Idealist View Post
    Why INTP?
    If I had desired to elaborate I would have done so.

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    Triliogy : INTP

    Prequels: INFJ

    His portrayal was different in each of the six movies

    Trilogy he came across as some old goofy wizard/professor

    Prequels he came across as a crusader

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    Quote Originally Posted by JLM View Post
    Triliogy : INTP

    Prequels: INFJ

    His portrayal was different in each of the six movies

    Trilogy he came across as some old goofy wizard/professor

    Prequels he came across as a crusader
    I'm not sure that he came across as anything other than an idiot within the prequel trilogy. Seriously, all he ever does is offer useless advice and stand around looking confused at the obvious mechinations and evil plots going on around him (well, that could be said for just about everybody in the films except Palpatine). And then in episode two he contradicts his entire philosophy (the video above about 'being one with the force') from the original trilogy by pulling out a baby sized lightsaber and resorting to hands-on jumping combat; the point of Yoda was that he was beyond such means of battle, beyond the lightsaber (which itself is a tool for those who aren't completely at one with the force actually), he had ascended to the force through means of his soul; that he (nor anyone) didn't need to be physically strong in order to be a great jedi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yoda
    difficult to see... always in motion the future is
    Yod is an NP, not an NJ. Nuff said, he's not an INFJ.

    The jedi philosophy prescribe that it's better to stay away from emotionl attachments, and Yoda is completely at ease with that. INFJs care about communication and harmony, Yoda never makes gloves to speak the truth and say critics in the most straightforward manner.A mark of Thinker. Yoda judge people in an objective way, and don't care about compasion and nurturing, he just says what he thinks with precise words and objectivity.

    Yoda place impersonal objectivity above personal subjectivity, then he is a Thinker, not a Feeler.

    Yoda is not an INFJ, he's an INTP. CQFD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Yod is an NP, not an NJ. Nuff said, he's not an INFJ.
    *facepalm* Even an NJ could regonize that the future cannot always be predicted in a perfect manner, especially if circumstances leave unknown variables that could lead to any sort of possible results. Ni might be able to predict where those results could lead, but they certainly wouldn't have the ability to do so perfectly, nor does it mean they need to be borderline-psychics in order to have Ni.

    The jedi philosophy prescribe that it's better to stay away from emotionl attachments, and Yoda is completely at ease with that. INFJs care about communication and harmony, Yoda never makes gloves to speak the truth and say critics in the most straightforward manner.A mark of Thinker. Yoda judge people in an objective way, and don't care about compasion and nurturing, he just says what he thinks with precise words and objectivity.

    Yoda place impersonal objectivity above personal subjectivity, then he is a Thinker, not a Feeler.

    Yoda is not an INFJ, he's an INTP. CQFD.
    You're taking the split between thinker and feeler far too literally; it has nothing to do with actual emotion. F's can be could-hearted pricks in as much as T's can be sentimental cry-babies. The seperation between the two is a matter of making logical judements vs. value judgements, but even a logical person can make a rational choice from emotion, as can a person make a value judement that is callous, cruel, or evil.

    And it would follow from the above definition that Yoda is certain Fe due to the fact that his entire value system is roted from the stoic philosophy of the jedi; values of his external group which he asheres to. Which I should mention, isn't any amount of personal subjectivity, but rather is of itself following an impersonal conduct of rules, or in this case, values as to how to live life.

    And INTP on the other hand, someone with inferior Fe, wouldn't even consider buying that deeply into such a philosophy without question. In fact an INTP would be far more likely analyze the shit out of such beleifes and sooner question the validity of them as opposed to advocated them as though they were ultimately real. Okay, sure, maybe other types would be capable of the same, but my gut doesn't agree with the idea of an INTP accetping such devote religious beleifs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Yod is an NP, not an NJ. Nuff said, he's not an INFJ.

    The jedi philosophy prescribe that it's better to stay away from emotionl attachments, and Yoda is completely at ease with that. INFJs care about communication and harmony, Yoda never makes gloves to speak the truth and say critics in the most straightforward manner.A mark of Thinker. Yoda judge people in an objective way, and don't care about compasion and nurturing, he just says what he thinks with precise words and objectivity.

    Yoda place impersonal objectivity above personal subjectivity, then he is a Thinker, not a Feeler.

    Yoda is not an INFJ, he's an INTP. CQFD.
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    "INFJs who have a well-developed Extraverted Feeling function to complement their dominant Introverted iNtuition will enjoy these very special gifts:

    They can turn their insightful understanding about a situation into a successful plan of action.
    The INFJ with well-developed judgment will be able to grasp and process concepts that are beyond what their natural intelligence appears to be able to handle.
    They may achieve a level of understanding that makes them appear wise.
    The INFJ's perfectionism and idealism, when combined with their empathy and genuine concern for others, can cause them to be true servants for people in some fashion. They may be great doctors or ministers or counselors. If they have also achieved a good amount of life wisdom, they can become powerful forces, such as Jesus (INFJ) and Mahatma Ghandi (INFJ)."
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    I think he's INTP. From what I recall at least, he doesn't seem to promote or express Fi or Fe exactly. Just instruction, right thinking, and opening your mind. At the end of the day, he's a critic, pretty much skeptical of everyone's else's ideas, and ultimately doesn't want anything to do with people. I mean, he lives on a planet apparently all by himself. Qui-Gon seemed to take a more Fe approach (and probably Ni too). About the only time Yoda uses Fe is when he acts perky, poking and prodding into Luke's space, and steals Luke's food. Trying to cheer him up and shit.

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