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    Quote Originally Posted by Andmed View Post
    A lot of people tiped to Gandalf (Lord of The Rings) as an INTJ.

    Gandalf has always seemed me an INTP at their peak of ripeness. Recently I was reading the novel and note that, in the beginning of the story, as he does not tells Frodo frontally what to do. He asks "what have you decided?". That seems more Ti inner control. "Many who live deserve death and many that die deserve to living. Can you give life? So do not rush to dispense death." That seems a good example de Fe philosophy, these profound ideas that INTP to arrive at maturity.

    Other examples of fictional INTP that come to mind are Lloyd from Code Geass, and Nagato from Haruhi Susumiya. Ah, and Data from Star Treek.
    Yeah, I can see that. People have a tendency to type him J because he's seen as a take-charge type of person, although I think healthy INTPs can often be mistaken for Js. It's the old stereotype that Ps are always indecisive and prefer not to lead that probably leads most people to type him INTJ.

    To be honest though, I think he's more INFJ than either of those types.

    And yes, I think Data is possibly the best example of INTP in the ST universe, although some would argue he is more ENTP. A good example of INTJ in ST is Seven of Nine.

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    Does anyone else think Dr. Emmet Brown (Back to the Future) could be a sort of INTP with developed Ne? In the same way of Einstein, for example.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lyedecker View Post
    Yeah, I can see that. People have a tendency to type him J because he's seen as a take-charge type of person, although I think healthy INTPs can often be mistaken for Js. It's the old stereotype that Ps are always indecisive and prefer not to lead that probably leads most people to type him INTJ.

    To be honest though, I think he's more INFJ than either of those types.

    And yes, I think Data is possibly the best example of INTP in the ST universe, although some would argue he is more ENTP. A good example of INTJ in ST is Seven of Nine.
    INFJ is also very valid, but Gandalf has a something that sometimes makes me see him as an INTP type. Perhaps due to the fact that it J.R.R. Tolkien was a INXP as he dripped some of his own personality into the character.

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    Ellie Arroway, from Contact? If not, surely an INT.

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