Einstein loved celebrity and his American tours, but he was highly introverted. His detachment from life, family, and his basic needs are magnified when he was hammering out his theories. He'd avoid people for weeks at a time when he got close to something. That, to me, screams I.
"How dreadful!" cried Lord Henry. "I can stand brute force, but brute reason is quite unbearable. There is something unfair about its use. It is hitting below the intellect." ~ Oscar Wilde - The picture of Dorian Gray
Or House MD..... fictional though he may be - dead typical
House has got to be NTJ, after watching an episode where the tell you exactly how he thinks, it seems apparent that he is a Te of some sort. The writers probably throw the occasional P trait into him to make him appeal to people.
house is not ENTJ, then he wouldn't be so laid back or trying to get off office duty or be sarcastic towards people on job. an ENTJ would not joke around, and would much more likely be in an executive role than in a medical one (see vogler).
also obama's ENFP.
and: thomas jefferson (ENTP)
i hunt INXPs for bounty
FUNCTION ORDER FOR THOSE THAT CANNOT UNDERSTAND WHAT ENXP MEANS: Ne > Ni > Fi=Ti > *
Bam Margera? It's either ENTP or ESTP. He seems to get a lot of really REALLY random ideas and stuff, and he's a millionaire, so he can basically do whatever he wants with these ideas he gets (thus his show). I'm leaning toward ENTP just because he seems so random, a lot more random than an ESTP would be.
But then again he may just act like that on his show, I dunno. What do you people think?
I highly doubt einstein was ENTP cause with all that time spent alone coming up with theory of relativity and other theories, he would've gotten lonely.
Also another entp was John Candy, iv'e heard that somewhere on the interwebz.
Originally Posted by Orangey
Incidentally, I believe that I am a dominant Ti user, and I often have trouble explaining things that I understand well. It's a matter of organizing the presentation of material. I can have it perfectly organized in my head all at once, but structuring the sequential delivery of material so that others understand is a different matter entirely, and requires a different skill set that I am apparently lacking.
Time and again I have seen him throw out a sufficiently outrageous theory in order to stimulate his company, and, be it said, for the pleasure of seeing how slowly he might be dislodged from a position he had purposely taken up knowing it to be untenable...Of course Belloc was prejudiced, but there were few who knew him who did not love his prejudices, who did not love to hear him fight for them, and who did not honor him for the sincerity and passion with which he held to them. Once the battle was joined all his armoury was marshalled and flung into the fray. Dialectic, Scorn, Quip, Epigram, Sarcasm, Historical Evidence, Massive Argument, and Moral Teaching --of all these weapons he was a past master and each was mobilised and made to play its proper part in the attack. Yet he was a courteous and a chivalrous man. A deeply sensitive man, his was the kindest and most understanding nature I have ever known. In spite of a rollicking and bombastic side he was as incapable of the least cruelty as he was capable of the most delicate sympathy with other people's feelings. As he himself used to say of others in a curiously quiet and simple way, 'He is a good man. He will go to Heaven.'