Originally Posted by TheAwsomestINTPEva!!
Precisely, however also wrong simultaneously.Of course that would be better, but it's not always possible. It is brave to accept that there are things we don't know. It is cowardly to cling to unsound ideas because you are afraid of the dark.
Objectively you are correct but socially and as a non island entity you are often wrong. To live past the next sunrise I'd suggest not trying to increase the speed at which you approach existentialistic depression and instead build using probability, faith or just plain arrogance. Anything is better than churlish negativity.
Which INTPs do. They're known for it.I wasn't talking about emotional instability. Anecdotal evidence is useless in this argument since our experiences/perceptions are so different. I was talking about over-identifying with the products of your imagination. Over-investing in your own ideas.
I think it's stated in the type descriptions of a few places that if you ignore an INTP when they're trying to say something or ignore their solution which they've carefully crafted then they can get really pissy.
An enthusiasm is not a zealot. A zealot loses their wider perception an enthusiast just merely enjoys that specific arena.I don't agree. You seem to be fixating on objectivity i.e. doing what you accuse others of. It is possible to be both enthusiastic and open-minded.
As for a fixation on objectivity, not precisely. I do admit to a fixation on balance. If that is objective then so be it.
When do we not?However, I think we have probably strayed some way off-topic.
Of course you do. What kind of fool disagrees with me?And in any event, I agree that this forum is way better .