Unhealthy INTPs . . . They ostracize outsiders, beat down everyone else in order to soothe their insecurities, and overreact to everything that threatens their fragile, limited sense of superiority. On the whole, they resemble a huddle of grouchy men stranded on a small, shrinking island amid a stormy sea.
I once briefly dated a guy who was into my having issues with men, in general, (dead father included). Truth be told, it weirded me out, he always wanted me to talk about them, (my issues), and he was obsessed with how different he was from my, or the, archetypal Man.
People are strange.
Still, I do think many INTPs are psychologically unwell, they have a sadness, or at least an apparent sadness about them.
Whether melancholy or miserable, they seem very alone, more so than other people.
The lucky ones become happy when thrust into their favorite niches, which tend to be abstract.
You know what, Darwin and E. O. Wilson, maybe more Wilson than Darwin seem(ed) like healthy INTPs.
'Cause you can't handle me...
"A lie is a lie even if everyone believes it. The truth is the truth even if nobody believes it." - David Stevens
"That that is, is. That that is not, is not. Is that it? It is."