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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiritual Science View Post
    I think he is definitely ENxJ. I just can't decide if he's T or F.
    I would say T because he uses a lot of Te in his Sherlock Holmes detective like rationalist NT philosophy of being open minded, yet skeptical and looking at all of the facts before jumping to a conclusion and confirming things over and over again through routine and repetitive experiments, the hallmark of a scientist, which in general would mean INTJ, but since he is so charismatic and expressive, he would be ENTJ. His further independence over the dogma of the establishments and resistance of authority seems far more like a questioning NT than NF, since NF is more agreeable and NT is more argumentative.

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    enfjs can often be mistook for entjs. I think the rational functions, in the same attitude, tend to often both be well used. [Te/Fe Ti/Fi]
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    This guy who talks about Carl Sagan is likely an INTJ, giving futher evidence to Sagan's NTJness

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    I once heard a very interesting argument for Carl Sagan being an ISTJ.....ill try to find it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AphroditeGoneAwry View Post
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    enfjs can often be mistook for entjs. I think the rational functions, in the same attitude, tend to often both be well used. [Te/Fe Ti/Fi]
    definitely an NT of some sort. probably intuitive then thinking.
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    someone i wish i would have had the opportunity to meet in person

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    Quote Originally Posted by gasoline View Post


    someone i wish i would have had the opportunity to meet in person

    you dont even need to, astrology can tell you if your great friends
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiritual Science View Post
    Thanks for your reply. Would you or someone else mind telling me what 3w4 So/Sx means. I think it has something to do with Ennegram right? I took the ennegram briefly, but do not remember any letters after the type. Sorry, I just feel like I should know this by know. I don't mean to go off topic in a thread I started, haha.
    It was copied from http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...n-typings.html. And that list was cannibilized off of some other site.

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