I don't buy that. It'd be true if INTP's were as android-ish as some of them claim to be, but most are not - and simply wanting to not have feelings isn't the same thing as actually not having them; wanting to separate yourself completely from them isn't the same as having successfully done so - which I'd theorize that no healthy human being either could or should do. In practical reality, my experience is that the more the INTP introverts, the more they become caught up in their own subconscious workings, whilst being consciously certain that they're objective and uninvolved. The risk of intellectual conceit is higher, IMO.No it wouldnt, because it is a property of Thinking, and therefore impersonally founded. The more the INTP introverts, the more impersonal he becomes by contrast to your clause. As here we equate the inner purpose with the pure essence of objectivity.(That is because the more the INTP introverts, the more into the T essence he goes)
Absolutely. That's what I was trying to say here:Of course, remember logically consistent doesn't always mean objective/true, and the question becomes harder to answer, since it's possible that an ENTP might be more faithful to the emerging pattern, without being constrained by their prior understanding of logic.