I'm particularly interested in all of INFJ/INTJ/ENFJ/ENTJ input on this (and "outside" type perspectives too) but thought I'd get the best response in this part of the forum.
It does seem to be a common NJ disease to think that we're right all the time. In essence I'd say that INTJs and ENTJs tend to think their intellectual superiority makes them right all the time (well, either that, or they express themselves with a self-confidence which reinforces that impression.) INFJs and ENFJs think that Ni gives them a superpower meaning that they're never wrong about anyone's character. Certainly from looking online - partly this forum, and partly elsewhere - there are many INTJs who seem to think that by default they're the superior/most intelligent type, and many INFJs who say things like "I am always 100% right about people, their character and their motivations."
Do most of us actually fulfill these stereotypes, or is it just a few random souls?
Is it more that we know within ourselves that we're not always right, but we have a very hard time admitting it?
Is it more just a J thing? SJs certainly get accused of thinking they're right all the time, though in my experience that's not exceptionally true (in some cases yes, but I'd probably be inclined to generalize more about NJs in that regard than SJs.)
Am I way off the mark?