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    Okay, I'll give it a go from intuitive gut feelings, illegitimate associations and scattered bits of odd information (yeah I'm ENFP ):

    Non-fictional:
    Euripides (Author of tragedies in Ancient Greece)
    Michel de Montaigne (Renaissance statesman and philosopher)
    Kristina Augusta (Queen of Sweden, 1626-1689)
    David Hume (Enlightenment philosopher)
    Charles Dickens (Journalist, author, social activist)
    Emma Goldman (Anarchist, feminist activist)
    Agatha Christie (Author)
    Eleanor Roosevelt (American first Lady, political activist)
    Sylvia Plath (Poet)
    John Lennon (Musician)
    Umberto Eco (Semiotician, novelist)

    Fictional:
    Beatrice (Character in play by Shakespeare: "Much Ado About Nothing")
    Werther (Protagonist in J.W. von Goethe: "The Sorrows of Young Werther")
    Elizabeth Bennet (Protagonist in Jane Austen: "Pride and Prejudice")
    Emma Bovary (Protagonist of Flaubert: "Madame Bovary")
    Sean Maguire (Will's therapist, played by Robin Williams, in the movie "Good Will Hunting")

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heart&Brain View Post
    Werther (Protagonist in J.W. von Goethe: "The Sorrows of Young Werther")
    What about INFP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Litvyak View Post
    What about INFP?
    No, he's super extraverted when he is still happy! Goes to dancings and social gatherings, performs and writes and is seeking company and discussions and also eager to express himself to his friend through the letters etc. The letters are his way of realising what's going on inside him. Couldn't be more dom-Ne.

    The intraversion is his symptom of depression, the idealistic sensitivity of the ENFP becoming a selfdestructive spiral.

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    Jesus, obviously. (He's fabbity fab)

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    Karen O seems very ISFP to me... unless you mean her stage persona. then, maybe ENFP fits better. or even ESFP!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malkavia View Post
    Jesus, obviously. (He's fabbity fab)
    ORLY? Did this Jesus-bloke have a Silly Switch <tm>?
    (Yeah, thought not...)

    Btw, it's not really the ENFP's who's got a martyr-complex. Martyr-dom looks more like an Fe thing because it involves rallying spectators in order for it to work as intended. An ESFJ gone bad, perhaps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heart&Brain View Post
    ORLY? Did this Jesus-bloke have a Silly Switch <tm>?
    (Yeah, thought not...)

    Btw, it's not really the ENFP's who's got a martyr-complex. Martyr-dom looks more like an Fe thing because it involves rallying spectators in order for it to work as intended. An ESFJ gone bad, perhaps?
    Jesus was INFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sytpg View Post
    Jesus was INFJ.
    I swear, if I see this one more time...


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    Jesus was a really mature ENFJINFPINFJENFPENTJENTPINTJINTPESFJESFPISFJISFPESTJES TPISTJISTP
    Love is the point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nomadic View Post
    Barack Obama

    Bill Clinton

    Ronald Reagan
    Barack Obama & Ronald Reagan= ENFJ
    Bill Clinton: ESFP
    Phoebe: ESFJ
    Jesus: INFJ

    Karen O seems very ISFP to me... unless you mean her stage persona. then, maybe ENFP fits better. or even ESFP!
    Yes, she really could be ISFP. His type have been debate on that thread:http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...eah-yeahs.html. ISFP was my initial guessing about her, but she clearly play the extrovert role of the band, so I've considered the ESFP and ENFP possibilities too. I still not sure.
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