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    Socionics would consider Hawking an ENTp, as well.

    (And he's proof that even an ENTp can sound robotic in his communication.)

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    I've always seen Hawking typed as INTJ.

    Yes Feynman was an ENTP.

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    Fine!!!

    INTP :



    ENTP :



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    'Cause you can't handle me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Schnitzel View Post
    I've always seen Hawking typed as INTJ.
    The Keirsey system, yes.

    But it's difficult to determine his temperament, seeing how his body language doesn't seem to match any of them.

    (I suppose it's good enough for a 7,000th post.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    INTPs are clever, smart and funny?

    Sometimes.

    Charisma is the realm of extroverts.
    To hold court is an art of throwing everyone slightly left-of-centre. The well-placed word, knowing when to say what, and how, yet always at ease with the self.

    Charisma is the realm of self-control.

    In that, it isn't always Es who have it. There are some Is here who are charismatic as well.


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    Hear, hear.

    Brilliance doesn't require cologne.
    It could be pheromones too, I guess.


    Cardinal differences:
    With ENTPs, the charge is of changeability.

    With INTPs, the charge, perhaps, is of a difficulty in letting go.


    Similarities:
    Thought processes. The greatest ease and least explaining is required when I work with INTPs. I found extra words necessary only if I bother to explain the Ti logic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    But it's difficult to determine his temperament, seeing how his body language doesn't seem to match any of them.
    The guy can barely move, maybe we shouldn't be trying to go off his body movement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    The guy can barely move, maybe we shouldn't be trying to go off his body movement.
    INTPs seem to totally miss jokes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    INTPs seem to totally miss jokes.
    Damn. I usually can't tell with you, more so than most.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aelan View Post
    Charisma is the realm of self-control.
    How so?

    Those who are charismatic tend to be effervescent, happy, sincere, comfortable in their skin, warm and overall confident.

    Self-control?

    Not particularly, charismatic people are quite natural, (and free-flowing), in the way they express themselves.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    How so?

    Those who are charismatic tend to be effervescent, happy, sincere, comfortable in their skin, warm and overall confident.

    Self-control?

    Not particularly, charismatic people are quite natural in the way they express themselves.
    It's mostly natural, but they can't give in to the wrong impulse, say the wrong thing, do the wrong thing... that takes some form of self-control.

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