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    If you wanted a something peer reviewed I think that INTP's make better critics. If you want a judgement on something then INTJ's would probably make better critics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by murkrow View Post
    While I enjoy the display of shameless and baseless stereotyping, I can't accept it as a valid point.

    I'm an ENTJ and I'm far more involved in arts than business.
    ENTJs can be involved in the arts, but concerning art critiques, they simply just aren't one of the more observational and analytical types out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afkan View Post
    What type [in a vacuum] makes the most logical, unbiased, painfully true critique?
    INTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by murkrow View Post

    I'm an ENTJ and I'm far more involved in arts than business.
    I was referring to selling an idea/ convincing others, and product reviews in writing.

    Quote Originally Posted by murkrow View Post
    While I enjoy the display of shameless and baseless stereotyping, I can't accept it as a valid point.
    While I do love putting people into boxes, I did not say you cannot possibly have any more talents than selling ideas. I can see extraverted thinking may at times lead to overgeneralization.

    I do not argue that you are a very artistic individual. I'm sure you paint pictures, dance, and go to the Orchestra all day heeheehee.

    Although I do jest, I am not completely sarcastic- my brother is an animator for Pixar. I have seen his talent present since his kindergarten years. He is ESTJ, with extraverted thinking as a dominant function. Extraverted thinking can be very helpful in creating art.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    INTP.
    If you don't mind, why do you say so?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afkan View Post
    What type [in a vacuum] makes the most logical, unbiased, painfully true critique? I am looking for a type that is most naturally capable (and does so actively on the most regular basis) of making a summation not crafted to drive the nail in deeper, sway to their personal point of view, or even flatter/attempt to avoid offending.
    The type that's getting paid to do it.

    Every type's going to make a mess of it in their own special way, but whichever one's getting paid is probably also finding ways to find the skillz.


    ISFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Afkan View Post
    If you don't mind, why do you say so?
    I bolded my reasons in your quote:

    Quote Originally Posted by Afkan View Post
    What type [in a vacuum] makes the most logical, unbiased, painfully true critique?

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    Apples & Oranges.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalach View Post
    The type that's getting paid to do it.

    Every type's going to make a mess of it in their own special way, but whichever one's getting paid is probably also finding ways to find the skillz.


    ISFJ.
    Eww, really? ISFJs? Please give examples. I work with a lot of ISFJs, and they are all social workers. That's pretty much the ideal job for them- Mother Theresa was an ISFJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    ENTJs can be involved in the arts, but concerning art critiques, they simply just aren't one of the more observational and analytical types out there.
    What is the strength of the INTJ over the ENTJ?

    The ENTJ's primary function is Te, his focus is therefore more impersonal and objective than the Ni led INTJ.

    The fact that ENTJs do not sit back and watch does not mean they are less observational. Is the active scientist in an experiment less aware of it's results than an observer? ENTJ thinking at its most healthy is a matter of recognizing, acknowledging and synthesizing webs of cause-effects with objectives. How this thinking does not apply to criticism is beyond me.

    Criticism is at it's core a function of Thinking. ENTJs are more focused on thinking than INTJs.
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