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    Quote Originally Posted by Eldanen View Post
    ENFJ, probably Ni subtype.
    Agreed.

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    my strongest suspicion currently is intj. altho i could see infj. he does not seem infp to me. for some reason i get way more Te Fi than Fe Ti. i've never been more amazed at the focus and direction of a book as portrait of the artist as a young man. infjs are too scattered and diffuse, interaction based and re-directable, want to Ti all the time, take apart before your very eyes. also he gets at feeling from the inside not the outside. he does not need context and relationship between characters to create absorbable feeling, he writes it out into the world from his own experience.

    that Fi just narrows it down to intj or infp. i just feel like i get way more Ni than Ne. could be wrong tho. how virginia woolf marcel proust does it really feel? anyone read ulysses or finnegan's wake?

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    Quote Originally Posted by the state i am in View Post
    my strongest suspicion currently is intj. altho i could see infj. he does not seem infp to me. for some reason i get way more Te Fi than Fe Ti. i've never been more amazed at the focus and direction of a book as portrait of the artist as a young man. infjs are too scattered and diffuse, interaction based and re-directable, want to Ti all the time, take apart before your very eyes. also he gets at feeling from the inside not the outside. he does not need context and relationship between characters to create absorbable feeling, he writes it out into the world from his own experience.

    that Fi just narrows it down to intj or infp. i just feel like i get way more Ni than Ne. could be wrong tho. how virginia woolf marcel proust does it really feel? anyone read ulysses or finnegan's wake?
    It's a real toughie, although I lean more INFP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lotr246 View Post
    I'd say INFJ because of his focus on epiphanies and his innovative stream-of-consciousness writing style.
    Because INFJ's often have epiphanies and are innovative? Can you elaborate?

    I'm gonna saay: ESTJ. Why not? Because of his choice of eyewear and hair style. PLUS he used a typerwriter.

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    INTP.

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    Probably some Ni dominant type.

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    After reading the 'Portrait' - my favorite INFJ of all times.

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    Yeah I think he's INFJ
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    Are INFJs prone to Aspberger's?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Morgan Le Fay View Post
    Are INFJs prone to Aspberger's?
    A sympton of Asperger's is often taking things very literally, and having a lack of imagination. I'm pretty sure that sort of behaviour is the complete opposite of Introverted Intuition.
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