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    I can very much identify with Nietzsche, but I viewed the debate on him being INTJ/P

    And Nietzsche opposed Nihilism, I can't see him as F, at all.

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    he only opposed to it as an ideal..... in the end, Nietzsche destroys so much and leaves so little in his wake. Descartes (oft-typed model for INTP) at least had the fuckin' common consideration to rebuild a haphazard sandcastle after destroying the MTV beachhouse with his dream hypothesis bulldozer.

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    i know its a little late to respond to this thread... but no one said Mary, Mother of Jesus.

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    Mary, yes and also Mother Theresa definitely.
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    Kurt Cobain.
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    I don't think Dale is an NT. Crazy infp. Look at the George Oscar Bluth character for a model. NTs aren't that dumb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Members Only View Post
    Lynch is a very interesting one to debate.

    We can very definatly say he is INP, but is he T or F?

    I'm verging on F though.

    The two main "faces" for the TM meditation movement are Lynch and Dr John Haglin (Seems to be an INTP). Dr John Haglin preaches the science part of TM, Lynch preaches the emotional side of TM (Subjective effects etc...). IMO, when Lynch speaks of the benefits gained through Meditation, he does not speak in scientific, concrete terms (As does the INTP Dr John Haglin) but in abstract F based terms.

    Here, have a watch. YouTube - David Lynch - Meditation

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    I would guess he's Ni-dom, INFJ. I don't see Fi-dom anyhow.
    I seriously dislike him though, but most intuitives I know adore him.
    He seems self-important and almost fluffy with his contrived symbolism. It feels pretentious and frivolous. I feel like it's Ni rubbing me the wrong way, when normally I like Ni-doms in entertainment.

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    "For contrast between these two faculties, compare the literature of Dostoevsky and Tolstoy."

    Is Tolstoy a dominant Extroverted Intuitive? If so, could you give an example of a writer who is a dominant Introverted Feeler, and auxiliary Extroverted Intuitive?
    I actually think Tolstoy is an INFP, and I think comparing his work and Dostoevsky is a good contrast between INFP and INFJ.
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    Wow, I like most of the famous people mentioned here.

    I'm venturing a guess... Sylvia Plath?

    I'm seeing a lot of authors here.
    I am an ENFP but I value justice over mercy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    I would guess he's Ni-dom, INFJ. I don't see Fi-dom anyhow.
    I seriously dislike him though, but most intuitives I know adore him.
    He seems self-important and almost fluffy with his contrived symbolism. It feels pretentious and frivolous. I feel like it's Ni rubbing me the wrong way, when normally I like Ni-doms in entertainment.
    Well, I would've thought Ne-dom. For example, I watched Fire Walk With Me with some friends without ever seeing Twin Peaks, and I correctly identified a character as being a cuckold because he was placed at an angle where antlers on the wall behind him merged with his head. So, Lynch has read some version of Faust and he can shift patterns imaginatively. Spiffy, but not Ni.
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