I typically test as ENFP, but a few times I have tested as ENTP. I feel very comfortable around women, which I understand is a very ENFP trait, but when in a discussion with them I'm quick to point out any logical inadequacies in their reasoning and decision making. I also love to argue, the spirit of debate is exhilarating which is a typical ENTP trait. I absolutely hate mathematics and the sciences with the exception of phycology and philosophy (which Ayn Rand stated was the science of existence), the idea of one definitive answer through a consistent method seems like nothing more then monkey work, once you waste the time to learn it all you're just going through the motions. I like philosophy mainly because a conclusion is reached by creating a hypothesis and then attacking it to find any logical pitfalls and if it withstands that attack from every approach then it can be regarded as true and I can integrate into my values. This sounds very ENFP but I refuse to accept something just because it feels right, it does have to feel right but it also has to be logical. I love the arts in almost all their forms, music, art, theater, and film, I believe that is the true way to express our humanity and primal instinct. It is very emotional, whenever I pick up my guitar to play I try to tap into some primeval source that humans have repressed in the name of "society", while at the same time integrating my formal music training as a means to melody not an end. I can be very sympathetic but I will give someone a good kick in the ass when they need it, or are just being melodramatic. The main question is, from this personal statement of mine would you say that I am ENFP or ENTP?