Firstly, I apologize if a thread has covered this particular topic. I did check the Typec search engine, but didn't find anything. I suppose I could have checked INTPc, but... *shudder*
ANYWAY. I read in almost every INTP profile, related threads and other sources that INTPs have principles which they stand by. The thing is, I don't think I have any? At first I thought, "Oh crap, maybe I'm mistyped as an INFP?" but I read a couple of INFP threads in the Idyllic and found that I have very little values that i stand by. In fact, I feel embarrassed when I argue about my values because of their subjectivity. I feel vulnerable about them, so I roll over and brush them aside. Perhaps I do have principles, but because I don't know the definition of them, maybe I'm not aware of them.
I'm not sure this constitutes as a principle; I go by the idea that if someone wants to speak to me, they will go up to me and speak to me. If they don't want to, then they won't. So I won't go up to someone if they aren't talking to me, because they clearly don't want to. Hopefully that was understandable?
So, a couple of questions if you don't mind:
1) What does it mean by an INTP having principles?
2) If you're an INTP, do you have principles? If so, what are they?