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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWing View Post
    Michaelangelo an ENFP?

    May be..I dont know much about his biography other than that he was very solitary and a morose individual..he didnt have this ..active...larger than life--upbeat force that dwells in most ENFPs...

    And Santa Claus..doesnt he resemble more a conventional drone rather than a naive bliss seeking venturer with chief concern of bringing paradise to Earth?
    Perhaps he meant Michaelangelo the Ninja Turtle?

    And Santa is ESFJ. Duh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paradox View Post
    Lewis Grizzard - ENFP
    Thomas Jefferson - ENFP
    Alexander Hamilton - ENFP

    A lot of prolific writers I would think are ENFP's who have learned to stay on task or INFP's
    Have you read any biography about Jefferson?
    The man was painfully introverted.

    And Hamilton as EFP? Yeah, you need to read some biography about these people.

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    Michaelangelo the ninja turtle was definitely ENFP!!

    I was wondering if any of the great polymaths like Da Vinci were ENFP. We seem to be quite a suitable type for it, because we tend to explore in all directions, and universal truths and understanding seem to be the goal. In a way there is still a bit of polymath in ENFPs these days. While most INTPs I know do well with their first degree then PhD, and spend 25 years in the same job, ENFPs normally do multiple degrees in different fields and have an average of about 2 years in each career area. Polymath types from what I've seen would tend to be ISTP, ENFP and the other ones who have a broad range of skills but classically avoid specialisation. Also I read Da Vinci was a humanist vegetarian who saved caged animals . I could see myself drawing a man in a circle too, and probably giggling after it fitted. There is always a view of these greats as thinkers lost in deep thought with their chin on their clenched fist. But most great thinkers I've known are free because of it. Einstein out on his boat, Michelangelo taking the money and running, then painting people high up in the church in hell on the Sistine chapel. They were laid back, playful, fun loving, made the most of life.
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    I'd ve never thought of Pushkin as an ENFP... From what I remember learning about him, he used to be quite the perfectionist. They have like pages of his work with a lot of parts scratched out and things being rephrased where he constantly was looking for the exact perfect word in the sentence. Also, from what I was taught, he was quite a serious and quiet guy...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post

    Oscar Wilde, ENFP
    I'd say Wilde was an ENTP.
    Don't get me wrong - it's entirely possible he was an NF with a highly developed 'T' - but his biting social humour is much more in line with that of an 'ENTP'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Charles Manson, ENFP
    Gotta love them ENFPs gone wrong, eh?

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    Joan of Arc - INFP
    Mahatma Gandhi - INFJ
    Martin Luther King - INFJ
    John Paul II - ENFJ
    Kurt Cobain - INFP
    Jim Morrison - ENFP
    Robert Plant - ENFJ

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    Tori Amos - ENFP
    Ani DiFranco - ENFJ
    Thome York - INFx
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cerpin_Taxt View Post
    Paul - xSFX ?

    Ringo - ENFX ?
    Just to clarify, Ringo's an ENFJ. I often find that for inexplicable reasons I just blurt out, "Lads! The time has come to eat our pizza...crust first!"

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    Oprah- Not only can she move a crowd, she is a billionaire who makes major contributions to society. She's someone I HIGHLY admire for who she is, her intentions, & how she's accomplished her goals. Amazing..

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