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    Default The Master List of Notable INTJs, Real and Imaginary

    Real:
    Friedrich Nietzsche (an extreme example): 5w4
    Martin Heidegger: 6w5
    Jean-Paul Sartre: 4w5
    Leo Strauss: 6w5
    Karl Marx: 1w9
    Sigmund Freud: 5w6
    Martin Luther: 1w9
    Adam Smith: 5w6 (Often mistyped as INTP)
    John Maynard Keynes: 1w9
    Paul Krugman: 5w6
    Joseph Stiglitz: 5w6
    Ludwig Von Mises: 1w9
    Thomas Sewell: 5w4
    Florence Nightingale: 5w6 (Often mistyped as INFJ)
    Robert Heinlein: 5w6
    Isaac Asimov: 5w4
    Jane Austen: 4w5
    Franz Kafka: 5w4 (Often mistyped as INFP)
    Cormac McCarthy: 5w4
    Phillip Pullman: 4w3
    William F. Buckley, jr: 3w4
    H.L. Mencken: 6w5
    Christopher Hitchens: 5w4 (Often mistyped as ENTP)
    Ayaan Hirsi Ali: 9w1
    Ludwig van Beethoven: 4w5 (Often mistyped as INFP)
    Bela Bartok: 5w4
    Maynard James Keenan: 5w6
    Roger Waters: 4w3
    Stanley Kubrick: 5w4
    Jodie Foster: 3w4
    Chevy Chase: 8w7
    Bobby Fischer: 5w4
    Elon Musk: 1w9 (Often mistyped as ENTP)
    Vladimir Lenin: 1w9
    Hannibal Barca: 6w5
    Augustus Caesar (And his portrayal in "Rome"): 5w6
    Mark Zuckerberg (And his portrayal in "The Social Network"): 6w5
    John Nash (And his portrayal in "A Beautiful Mind"): 5w6
    Howard Hughes (And his portrayal in "The Aviator") 6w5
    John Adams (And his portrayal in "John Adams") 1w9 (Often mistyped as ENTJ)
    Calvin Coolidge: 5w6 (Often mistyped as ISTJ)
    Richard Nixon: 6w5 (Often mistyped as ISTJ)
    Isaac Newton: 5w6
    Charles Darwin: 5w6
    Nikola Tesla: 5w4 (Often mistyped as ENTP)
    Ambrose Bierce: 5w4
    Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel: 6w5

    Imaginary:
    Rodion Raskolnikov from "Crime And Punishment": 5w4
    Ivan Karamazov from "The Brothers Karamazov": 5w6
    Satan from "Paradise Lost": 8w7
    O'Brian from "Nineteen Eighty-Four": 9w8
    Nathaniel from "The Bartimaeus Trilogy": 8w9
    Peter Wiggin from "Ender's Game and sequels": 1w9
    Lisbeth Salander from "The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo": 5w4
    Artemis Fowl: 5w6
    Gandalf from "The Lord Of The Rings": 5w6
    Severus Snape From "Harry Potter": 5w4
    Victor Frankenstein and his Monster from "Frankenstein": both 5w6
    Mr. Darcy from "Pride And Prejudice": 1w2
    Heathcliff from "Wuthering Heights": 8w9
    Mr. Rochester from "Jane Eyre": 6w5
    Batman: 5w4
    Dr. Octopus from "Spider-Man 2": 5w6
    Magneto from "X-Men": 1w9
    Ernst Stavro Blofeld from "James Bond": 5w6
    V from "V for Vendetta": 5w4
    Calvin from "Calvin and Hobbes" (Often mistyped as INTP) 8w7
    Hannibal Lecter from "The Silence of The Lambs and sequels": 5w6
    Michael Corleone from "The Godfather": 5w4
    Sherlock Holmes, from the Doyle Stories and The BBC series: 5w6
    Professor Moriarty, from the Doyle Stories and the recent films: 8w9
    Gregory House from "House": 5w4 (Often mistyped as ENTP)
    DCI John Luther from "Luther": 1w2
    Stringer Bell from "The Wire": 6w5 (Often mistyped as ENTJ)
    Mr. Spock from "Star Trek": 5w6
    Sheldon Cooper from "The Big Bang Theory": 6w5 (Often mistyped as ISTJ)
    Walter White from "Breaking Bad": 5w6
    Seto Kaiba from "Yu-Gi-Oh" (and the abridged series, for what it's worth): 8w7
    Light Yagami from "Death Note": 1w2
    Lelouch Lamperouge from "Code Geass": 1w2
    Morrigan from "Dragon Age: Origins": 5w4
    God: 9w8 (Often mistyped as ENFJ)
    Zarathustra (from Thus Spoke Zarathustra, not the one on this board. Although, you never know...) 5w4
    Alec Hardy (from "Broadchurch"): 5w6
    Chris Wilton (from "Match Point"): 6w5
    John Galt, Howard Roark, and basically all other Ayn Rand heroes (all 5w6. Ayn Rand idealized INTJs, despite being a clear extrovert herself)


    Often mistyped as INTJs:
    Ayn Rand: ENTJ 8w9 (Sorry, ENTJs)
    Adolf Hitler: INFJ 9w1 (Sorry, INFJs)
    Ludwig Wittgenstein: INFJ 5w4 (with better tertiary ti than 99% of ti-doms)
    Noam Chomsky: INFJ 1w9 (Sorry again, INFJs. Wittgenstein makes up for it a bit though, right?)
    Arnold Schwarzenegger: ESTJ 8w7
    Richard Dawkins: INTP 5w6
    Stephen Hawking: INTP 5w6
    Milton Friedman: INTP 5w6
    Thomas Jefferson: INFJ 9w1
    Niccolo Machiavelli: ENTP 5w6
    Littlefinger from "A Song Of Ice And Fire": ENTP 7w8
    Abed Nadir from "Community": INTP 4w5
    Vito Corleone from "The Godfather": ENFJ 6w5
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    What makes you so sure of their types? I mean, on the whole, it's a good list, but you have them in absolutes. Like, you could list it in more of a contingency fashion (plan A, B, C, and so forth for their types) such as: Nikola Tesla - INTJ>ENTP>INTP 5w4>5w6 or Friedrich Nietzsche - INTJ>INFJ 5w4>4w5>5w6 and so forth.

    Characters/people you could consider adding (and just because I list them here doesn't mean it's for certain):
    Fictional - Revan, Yoda, Ansem, Shadow, Mewtwo.
    Real - Ken Wilber, Giordano Bruno, George Gurdjieff.

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    Mainly because contingency fashion would be time consuming, would add little new information, and would approach a degree of specificity I am not comfortable with. It's not like I know these people personally.

    Yoda is clearly INFJ. Revan's personality is dependent on the player. I haven't heard of the other 3.

    A cursory glance at Wilber's wikipedia page tells me that he peddles New Age bullshit for impressionable celebrities. Likely ENFJ (but I'm just being stereotypical). Gurdjieff looks similar.

    Bruno could have been an INTJ, but I don't know enough about his personality to say for sure. His cosmological ideas suggests ne (sounds like he was a forerunner to the many-worlds theory), and Pantheism is a very fe belief. I would guess INTP or ENTP. 5w4 seems likely, as he was a rebellious scientist with radical ideas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emotionalogic View Post
    Bobby Fischer: 5w4
    I always thought he was an INTP..

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    He te'd constantly, and was a very judgmental person. His quotes read like a parody of an INTJ, albeit a virulently anti-semitic one.

    http://en.wikiquote.org/wiki/Bobby_Fischer

    Great chess player though, best there ever was for my money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Emotionalogic View Post
    Franz Kafka: 5w4 (Often mistyped as INFP)
    I would like to hear why you prefer INTJ to INFP for Kafka.

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    Arnie is an entj. I don't know how you saw him as a eStJ. He is way too versatile to be an sj. Some sps type him as a estp. Howard hughes (aviator) is an entj it hurts. He is a visionary with a definite objective in mind (nj), is a showman and is extroverted as an extrovert gets (e). Anyone who thinks h.h in the aviator is an introvert only has watched the last 5 minutes of the movie where they say that he died a recluse. Besides although Se is definitely there in intjs - without it theis Ni would be useless and would get to a ni fi loop where they constantly masturbate to their emo desires and reject realities - it is seldom evident to others. Se is extroverted and is visible - much more than Ne is; which is the other Pe function - and intjs seldom exhibit it at all; whereas h.h constantly does. What is great about Se in a enjs is it is controlled/utilized by Je. Je is a persuasive/directive function of the external; and when conbined with Se it has a cult leader vibe to it - with a touch of ni vision to help them of course-. in simple terms H.h is simply too extroverted and showmanish to be an introvert. Therefore isn't an intj.

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    Pretty good list.

    Don't necessarily agree with all, but it's a worthy contribution.

    I (and most others) think Hitchens is a 6w5, not a 5w4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Pretty good list.

    Don't necessarily agree with all, but it's a worthy contribution.

    I (and most others) think Hitchens is a 6w5, not a 5w4.
    The 5w4 is known as "the iconoclast". Tell me tat doesn't describe Hitchens perfectly. He seemed more concerned with preserving his individuality than with safety to me, otherwise he wouldn't have made such brazen attacks on popular figures and norms (he slammed Mother Teresa, for crying out loud). Sam Harris, in my view, is an INFJ 5w6, and he's much more cautious and concerned with his safety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Arnie is an entj. I don't know how you saw him as a eStJ. He is way too versatile to be an sj. Some sps type him as a estp. Howard hughes (aviator) is an entj it hurts. He is a visionary with a definite objective in mind (nj), is a showman and is extroverted as an extrovert gets (e). Anyone who thinks h.h in the aviator is an introvert only has watched the last 5 minutes of the movie where they say that he died a recluse. Besides although Se is definitely there in intjs - without it theis Ni would be useless and would get to a ni fi loop where they constantly masturbate to their emo desires and reject realities - it is seldom evident to others. Se is extroverted and is visible - much more than Ne is; which is the other Pe function - and intjs seldom exhibit it at all; whereas h.h constantly does. What is great about Se in a enjs is it is controlled/utilized by Je. Je is a persuasive/directive function of the external; and when conbined with Se it has a cult leader vibe to it - with a touch of ni vision to help them of course-. in simple terms H.h is simply too extroverted and showmanish to be an introvert. Therefore isn't an intj.
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    Arnie seems like a sensor, but I could be prejudiced because all his movie roles are sensors. Bodybuilding, bricklaying, and being an action star seem like pretty sensing profession choices to me. ENTJ with strong se is a possibility though. Good point about Howard Hughes; I may have been projecting what I know of his real life (in which he was definitely an introvert) onto the movie (which chronicled his pre-shut in days). INTJs can be Showmanish as well if their inferior function is strong enough (its not like real social interaction after all ), but ENTJ's are much more likely to be, I agree.

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