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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    What goals does House have?
    Well he basically has achieved his main goal in life (become a doctor and solve lots of exciting symptom mysteries while annoying the hell out of people) but he always has something he wants to achieve during an episode or story arc and does a lot of plotting and manipulation to get that. He doesn't relent until he's solved a problem, be that medical or in his relationships with others.

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    Hmmm, good point.
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    ^there wouldn't be much of a TV show if it was a completely realistic portrayal of an INTP...unless there was a lot of editing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    The Joker (ENTP/J)
    either Tertiary or Auxiliary Fe. And certainly an Intuitive.

    that leaves..

    Ni Fe Ti Se or Ne Ti Fe Si. He could be an INFJ.

    I doubt ENTJ, he shows quite a lot of Fe. (even his character of "joker" shows Fe.)
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    Bleh, function analysis.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gigi_xo View Post
    Snapey.... intj
    I'm assuming you mean Prof. Snape...

    I was actually just watching the sixth movie recently, and a lot of the scenes with him were jumping out at me, like when he is making the promise with Draco Malfoy's mother.

    I suddenly began to imagine just what it meant exactly, in light of the end of the series, what he must have been going through as he promised to assist Draco in carrying out the task (or doing it himself if it doesn't work). I was thinking that the he is so fascinating and tragic of a character, and I felt so much empathy too. And admiration.

    Now I want to go back and re-watch all of the scenes with him...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    INTJ is plausible, yes, but he strikes me as not giving anywhere near enough of a shit about anything to really be considered J. Js have goals, House does not.
    Right, and he also accepts, or even expects, his diagnosis could be wrong, criticizing those who become trapped in their convictions. He is an aging INTP, in constant pain (real or imagined), whose expertise and reputation permit too much leeway in his behavior in what seems to be a very SJ world. I've seen the arguments that he's an extrovert which conveniently overlook his behavior when not forced to be among others - in the workplace an INTP can learn to act the extrovert, simply to keep their own interest level high.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Accept View Post
    Right, and he also accepts, or even expects, his diagnosis could be wrong, criticizing those who become trapped in their convictions. He is an aging INTP, in constant pain (real or imagined), whose expertise and reputation permit too much leeway in his behavior in what seems to be a very SJ world. I've seen the arguments that he's an extrovert which conveniently overlook his behavior when not forced to be among others - in the workplace an INTP can learn to act the extrovert, simply to keep their own interest level high.
    I guess, but I don't think this is anything a somewhat mature INTJ couldn't do. We don't ONLY EVER stick to one theory. I often argue with people so they can prove me wrong, or at least we can find out which is actually correct.

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    INTJ - Comes up with ideas (Ni); secodary inclination is to prove or disprove those ideas and discard the incorrect ones (I didn't write this, I know little about the functions, but it makes sense to me)

    He doesn't just come up with ideas and then discard them and think of a new one. He comes up with ideas, insists they be tested (and is damn stubborn about it) and then when they turn out to be false, he makes another strong leap of his intuition (which if I'm not mistaken would be a primary Ni if I'm not mistaken). He does seem to focus on 1 idea at a time, almost always dismissing the others ideas as useless until he himself is wrong.

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