I admire them for being effective in the "fighting fair" ways of competence, intelligence, hard work and problem-solving skills. I also see them as tragic figures, in a way. Why? Because they are too often misunderstood and punished for their strengths when they should be rewarded instead. I think it is a hard thing to be in this world, a person who is both a strong person and a good person. Many weak people use their weakness to get power. An INTJ is constitutionally unable to do this. Many strong people are "players" who don't mind getting ahead without earning. They don't compete fairly on the basis of their merit. They use political cunning, deceit, any and every trick but hard work and competence. The person who is simultaneously strong and good is the person who is destined to be used - but not just used - often used without being respected. That is a tragedy. INTJs may be strong characters but they are also in need of protection.
Maybe I'm biased, since I'm married to an INTJ. Maybe all INTJs aren't like him. Maybe there are some INTJs who play the game without honor. He's actually the only one I know IRL.