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    Default Who are more "robotic": INTJs or INTPs?

    Note: the poll is asking who *is* more robotic, not who *appears* more robotic.



    Feel free to explain your answer.
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    @chana @gmanyo

    See, I find this very surprising.

    Would you guys mind explaining your votes?

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    intps can be robotic, I guess, but compared to intjs they're more laid back and sillier. intjs can be kinda humorless and act like they have a stick up their ass. but less irritating, for what it's worth.

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    Omgosh!!!!!!!!!!

    How could that be? Aren't INTJs the fun types?

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    INTJ's would -> appear <- more robotic

    However, I think with INTJ's being Ni dom and INTP's being Ti dom, INTP's are probably more robotic on the inside. It just doesn't translate like that into appearances.

    So I think INTJ appears more robotic, INTP's are more robotic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    INTJ's would -> appear <- more robotic

    However, I think with INTJ's being Ni dom and INTP's being Ti dom, INTP's are probably more robotic on the inside. It just doesn't translate like that into appearances.

    So I think INTJ appears more robotic, INTP's are more robotic.
    Good point. Does that mean ISTPs are more robotic than ISTJs?

    If a comparison is not made between the two types do you believe ISTPs are robotic too due to being Ti doms?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    INTJ's would -> appear <- more robotic

    However, I think with INTJ's being Ni dom and INTP's being Ti dom, INTP's are probably more robotic on the inside. It just doesn't translate like that into appearances.

    So I think INTJ appears more robotic, INTP's are more robotic.
    And we have the right answer.

    Don't ever say I hate INTPs, in general, people.

    Fluffywolf (among others) gets my full stamp of approval.


    Edit: wait... @Fluffywolf, why then did you cast your vote for INTJs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    INTJ's would -> appear <- more robotic

    However, I think with INTJ's being Ni dom and INTP's being Ti dom, INTP's are probably more robotic on the inside. It just doesn't translate like that into appearances.

    So I think INTJ appears more robotic, INTP's are more robotic.
    This is my reasoning as well.

    INTJs start off quite detached but if you are fortunate enough to win their approval, they can be very warm underneath all of the layers. It's like this:



    Just in that there is this sort of glow deep down underneath that occasionally peaks out.

    INTPs on the other hand, look all jolly and cuddly on the outside, but when you get to know them you discover there is this impenetrable marble core. It can be quite shocking to discover. I guess since I am Fi, I appreciate the elegance of the inner warmth much more so than the outer initial glow.

    Although Fluffy and @kelric are two lovely examples of cuddly pudding ingested INTPs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    @chana @gmanyo

    See, I find this very surprising.

    Would you guys mind explaining your votes?
    INTJs are generally higher functioning at a practical level than INTPs; NPs in general aren't the highest functioning types. This seems kind of robo to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gmanyo View Post
    INTJs are generally higher functioning at a practical level than INTPs; NPs in general aren't the highest functioning types. This seems kind of robo to me.


    Well then, if the question had been "Who is better at functioning at a practical level?", then perhaps your answer would be worth something.

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