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    Charlie Brown - INFP. What about the other Peanuts characters? I guess this has already been done somewhere. The Peanuts characters are just asking to be typed.

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    Beethoven
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    Quote Originally Posted by nanook View Post
    btw, S types don't live in the present, they live in the past !
    I do not!
    Act your age not your enneagram number.

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    there is a slight difference between Si and Se and F - or T - Dom anyway, but since pretty much no one here understands the concept of presence, i wont bother to talk about it ...

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    Georg Cantor, the creator of paradigm shift known as Set theory, foundation for the invention of computers.

    He was very emotional, pride-sensitive, and didn't have the backbone to stand up against his great contemporaries who ridiculed him literally to death.

    Probably INFP.

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    People always think that most of the world's most visionary dreamers and leaders are NFs. I really don't think so.

    Jesus was an INTJ, he had a job doing and nothing got in his way. An NF most likely would have given up because of the amount of people who hated him.

    Ghandi was also probably an INTJ, as he was a lot like Jesus- he stuck to his job consistantly and never gave up.

    Buddha might have been an INFJ.

    John Lennon was unquestionably an INTJ. He wasn't really the nicest person around, but his ideas and dreams kind of overshadow his self-centerdness. I've read books on the Beatles, and honestly, Lennon was kind of selfish and fame-seeking.

    You may disagree with me, but please don't automatically label dreamers/visonaries/or leaders of the people as NFs when you probably don't know them too well. There's a lot more NTs than you think.

    edit: I read something once that said that NFs don't usually climb the social latter in society as much as NTs can. NFs, early on, they said, find where their needed-usually to help others- where as NTs usually are looking for something greater and wider.
    Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?

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    Carson McCullers
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    Grigori Perelman, INFJ.
    Also known currently as "the smartest man alive". He solved the famous Poincar conjecture, more than a century old "Millennium" problem. This was a very hard problem in the area of topology - a highly intuitive mathematical subject. So intuitive, that it had to be solved by an N-primary type.

    Grigori Perelman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Because of moral reasons, he declined the prize of 1 Mln dollars, declined the Fields Medal (Nobel prize for math), and lives currently with his mom (he is 43) in her flat, from her pension. Such martyr-behaviour is typical for INFJs, and his photos from young and older ages show the physical features of growing male INFJs (compare with Gandhi and others):


    George Orwell
    INTP. This type is freaking out the most about somebody else getting in their head and controlling their thoughts (schizoid), that's why they don't get along with ENFPs (who seem determined to "read" everyone's insides, because they are so damn curious about people). So Orwell's model of the 'pigs' and the 'thought police' follows closely the ENFPs and their shadows ISTJs (who sometimes become community leaders, but in the eyes of INTPs that's irrational and cult-like - compare with Tom Cruise and Chuck Norris).

    Quote Originally Posted by OneWithSoul View Post
    Jesus was an INTJ, he had a job doing and nothing got in his way. An NF most likely would have given up because of the amount of people who hated him.

    Ghandi was also probably an INTJ, as he was a lot like Jesus- he stuck to his job consistantly and never gave up.
    I think Gandhi was INFJ, and Jesus was ENFP (trained by INFJs in the far east, and came back to show off his tricks, and got killed). Both of them have strange occurencies of (almost) sexual intimacy with their followers - girls that slept with Gandhi (without him touching them), the prostitute that was close with Jesus etc. If they were NTs they would never do such things so publicly, and openly; and especially there's no way for them to be INTJs - because they would not allow their image to be lowered by such actions. INTJs are very careful about their status, and they make their perverse stuff completely hidden (whoever gets to know - gets erased, lol... okay, suppose I'm just kidding). So, no, there's no way for Jesus and Gandhi to be NTs.

    It just seems strange NOW that NFs were capable of so well controlled and so difficult strategic operations; that they showed such a strength of character. But back then it was different. There was no Internet, so NTs couldn't just jump right in the beginning of an NF campaign and ruin it before it even got started. Now NFs are completely "debunked", so their hands are tied. We are trying to illustrate in this thread that actually, NFs had some extremely important contributions, including to science, and they should not be treated like some dangerous lunatics right from their birth (it's counter-productive).


    Give NFs a chance! (mostly by leaving them alone and providing them with enough time) Their ST-side combined with their N can solve problems that are sometimes elusive for NTs. If the whole culture preaches that NFs are redundant burden for society, this causes our current NF's capabilities to be diminished and wasted.

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    An NF most likely would have given up because of the amount of people who hated him.


    I'm not sure if I should call that the worst justification of typing I've ever seen or just plain idiotic.

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