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    Lawrence Waterhouse from Neal Stephenson's Cryptonomicon is an INTP.

    He only shows excitement when it comes time for code breaking, abstract mathematics, organ playing/maintenance, or nerd talk/business. Otherwise he's bored out of his mind. Awkward socially and when carrying a large duffel bag. Best buds with Alan Turing. Stupendous badass.

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    The Architect from the Matrix trilogy.

    He appears to be a very talented, though immature, INTP.

    YouTube - The Architect's Speech

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    I don't think Brian from Family Guy is an INTP. Maybe INTJ or some S type....
    ...Then I ducked my head and the lights went out, and two guns blazed in the dark;
    And a woman screamed, and the lights went up, and two men lay stiff and stark...

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    Cylon #1 from Battlestar Galactica is an INTP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    Somehow it doesn't surprise me that he's an INTP.
    His writing doesn't feel very INTPish to me. Lovecraft feels more INTPish.

    That said, I went to the University of Maine. People there... behind my back, they kept referring to me as "that freaky Stephen King guy". At least, according to my roommate at the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aderack View Post
    His writing doesn't feel very INTPish to me. Lovecraft feels more INTPish.

    That said, I went to the University of Maine. People there... behind my back, they kept referring to me as "that freaky Stephen King guy". At least, according to my roommate at the time.
    I'm not sure how I would characterize King's writing but I've always loved the way he seems able to tap into the way children think.

    UMaine, huh? I worked there for seven years. Well, actually in Bangor as I was part of the extension office, but I spent a fair amount of time on campus. And I'm sitting here now in my Black Bears jacket since the temperature's slipped back into the forties.

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    I think House in a J and Roark a P with some traits from other personality types thrown in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by norepinephrine View Post
    I'm not sure how I would characterize King's writing but I've always loved the way he seems able to tap into the way children think.
    Having thought about it a bit, his book On Writing strikes me as more INTPish than his actual fiction. Granted, I'm not sure how I would class his fiction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aderack View Post
    Having thought about it a bit, his book On Writing strikes me as more INTPish than his actual fiction. Granted, I'm not sure how I would class his fiction.
    Yeah, On Writing seemed pretty INTPish to me, too.
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