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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    I can't think of any INTPs from 24. Can you?
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    I think Leonardo da Vinci was an INTP. Some people say he was INTJ, but I learned that he often stopped working on projects once he knew how it would look or turn out. INTJs would not do that, by any stretch.
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    howard roark is the most completely intj character i have yet to come across. although he is an architect, so i see where one might become confused.

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    INTP wesley snipes Greg house Paul walker

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    Quote Originally Posted by dimane View Post
    INTP wesley snipes Greg house Paul walker
    Don't know about the other two, but House is definitely an ENTP...
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    Adam Smith's writing of "The Wealth of Nations" definitely resounds with my own way of thinking. I've been reading and rereading the book and he always likes to "cover" his footprints and make sure that they're well-founded. Every possibility of criticism is well answered and entertained. Even at the earlier chapters, he mentions the crucial distinction between the inquiry into nature of man and the inquiry into man's economics. The way he constructs the sentences makes it intuitively much easier for me to understand where he's coming from, unlike other authors who has the same distance of social and language context. It is wholesome and realistic, much like a complete equation, and it is unlike the writings of INTJ's, which I generally find directed and idea-centric.

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    Has anyone mentioned Franz Kafka or Albert Camus? Both of their writing styles resonated at the same frequency as my mind. I'm really only speaking from knowledge of Kafka's The Metamorphosis and Camus' The Stranger, but I think I'm right here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gewitter27 View Post
    I think Leonardo da Vinci was an INTP. Some people say he was INTJ, but I learned that he often stopped working on projects once he knew how it would look or turn out. INTJs would not do that, by any stretch.
    I saw Leonardo listed under an ISTP profile in one of Keirsey's books. He could even have been an IXTP.

    Also, how could Pythagoras not be listed?

    EDIT: Martin Gardner could be INTP as well, as could Douglas Hofstader (ENTP also seems possible).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xyk View Post
    Has anyone mentioned Franz Kafka or Albert Camus? Both of their writing styles resonated at the same frequency as my mind. I'm really only speaking from knowledge of Kafka's The Metamorphosis and Camus' The Stranger, but I think I'm right here.
    I read both books too, what a coincidence you did as well, since I have only read about 5 books in all my life (porn magazines excluded ).

    I agree with you on Kafka, could be possible. Camus I dunno, didnt know what to make out of existenzialism

    Franz Kafka was born on 3.Juli 1883, I was born on 30.Juli 1983. There's definitly a link ! xD
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    Quote Originally Posted by MerkW View Post
    * Dr. Gregory House – House
    Disagree with Gregory House. He doesn't have many friends, but he has to have an audience to think. He needs to bounce ideas off of people. ENTP.

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