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    Quote Originally Posted by Xann View Post
    Definitely, it either wouldn't have been obvious if you were for an example an extraverted sensor or it may never have developed at all in the first place. There is a lot of literature on this out there if you are so inclined to search for it, although you may have to read between the lines to realize what they are actually describing has to do with manifestations described by the MBTI and not solely the autistic spectrum's affecting of a blank slate.
    Don't worry. I always read between the lines..

    There seems to be suspected correlations between a few disorders it would appear, including but not limited to schizoid. Which also correlates to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krim13 View Post
    Don't worry. I always read between the lines..

    There seems to be suspected correlations between a few disorders it would appear, including but not limited to schizoid. Which also correlates to me.
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    INTJ's have the potential to lack any sense of humour or relaxation, I find INTP's to be often quite silly and playful whenever I've met them and tested them afterwards, INTJ's take a while to relax and seem less comfortable, more rigid. Though, the thinking of an INTP seems to be more robotic, despite this I think the INTJ is more holistically robotic.
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    Intps are more robotic

    Ti wants everything to make sense.

    Not just ti i think fi too in a way.

    Being a ti would suck because it would prevent them from being going witht the flow.

    They want everything to make sense. You cant just be lucky. It cant just happen that u managed to accomplish something.

    It has to make sense. Therefore living in the moment going with the flow all thay jazz isnt a ti thing.

    Due to these ti is robotic IN THEIR HEADS.

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    Tjs due to te knows what to worry about and what not to. Hey you or he just did something that worked in your favour. There is no way u wud come across a situation that needs to method to be repeated? Dont fret.

    Te outweight what will most likely happen again and is ready to forget the rest.

    If they have time they will to figure things out theu will if curious. But first things first.

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    Ti before we start we have to figure out shit.
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    I voted INTJ because they're more controlled and less outwardly expressive than INTPs. But they're both all human and they have feels and when they come out they can seem magnified.

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    "Robotic" is quite an abstract, poorly defined, and ambiguous term. Robots (in the literal sense) are deterministic and task orientated. A machine does not deal with the finer tangential abstractions, ponder away at its own thoughts, or constantly question its own programming. It's worth noting the diversity amongst individuals of any type; to what extent are generalisations too broad.

    INTJs appear more extroverted, verbal, and 'human' than INTPs, but I think they are more robotic in nature. INTJs tend to prefer order, planning, and structure, they will organise themselves and be quite diligent at following their plans, acting in accordance with a 'script', and generally are much more immersed in external activities. INTPs go with the flow, procrastinate, and usually perform tasks in random spurts of motivation as opposed to diligent planning.

    Secondly, INTPs are not as dogmatically confident of their own opinions/cognitions, always questioning, and may even change their opinion on something in the midst of arguing in support of it. INTJs do not usually question their own opinions in an argument. They favour an 'algorithmic' approach to beating their opponent. An opinionated INTJ is robotic in that sense, 'they are right', and they will always seek to affirm this, generally in a predictable manner. The argument is just a means to an end, to 'win', to affirm their opinion. INTPs in argument value the aesthetic value of the argument itself, as they seek to learn new perspectives from it, and may form new connections.

    I'm starting to waffle, so will summarise:

    INTPs often appear very robotic and computer like, but their internal cognitions are very abstract, imaginative, capacious, examining a whole manner of ideas to filter out the logical from the spurious. INTJs are more concrete, they have their interests and views, and focus around them. INTPs are often, for lack of better word, lazy, in the external world at least, because their internal world can overshadow the external.

    Robots are not lazy.
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    How about: INTPs think more like robots, INTJs act more like robots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    How about: INTPs think more like robots, INTJs act more like robots.
    So really, INTPs are more like Data, and INTJs are more like Spock? It hit me that Nimoy actually did a really good job acting in the original series. I can often get hints of what's actually going on underneath the surface. Kind of a tricky thing to pull off, since it's really like there are two layers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    How about: INTPs think more like robots, INTJs act more like robots.
    Affirmative.

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    INTJs but I agree with @Coriolis that INTPs might be more so on the inside.
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