This time, I'd like to get my type mystery solved once and for all. So anyways, let the typing begin!
Some (hopefully) helpful information to start with:
-I wouldn't say I have a particularly strong sense of right and wrong, since I tend not to believe in absolutes, but unfairness can make me very angry
-I try to detach, look at all sides, and analyze possible outcomes (emotional impact counts) to decide whether an action is right or wrong, but I prefer not to judge people
-I like on the forum, but irl they make me feel awkward
-I like foreign languages, psychology, and math, but I'm terrible at science
-I care a lot about harmony and am very careful not to upset anyone or hurt people's feelings
-I have an INFP 4w5 friend and an INTP 5w4 friend. My INFP friend seems very moody and judgmental compared to me, and my INTP friend is much more intellectual. Neither is particularly like me, though overall I relate much more to my INTP friend
-I can be quite sensitive (though I don't get angry when I'm criticized, I just get embarrassed and feel like an idiot)
-In most cases I prefer efficiency over correctness. I can be a perfectionist sometimes if it's something I really care about, but generally I'm not
-It bothers me when people mispronounce words and I feel like correcting them (though I often don't because I don't want to be annoying)
-I can use Fe, but it takes a lot of energy and focus, so I can't use it very often
-I nearly always value mercy over justice
-I'm very attracted to the idea of humanitarianism
I also very much relate to this recent post by @Jennifer:
I've been thinking lately about how much of social interaction is just required ritual, and that really bothers me. Socialization is filled with people asking questions to be polite and friendly when they don't actually care about hearing the answer. These social norms are made up of shallow rules and regulations, and if you don't follow them you risk sounding rude or cold. It bothers me that these social norms essentially force me to choose between being inauthentic and disrupting social harmony.Fe inferior.
Emotions are indecipherable, hence a bit frightening and to be avoided.
Also, society typically runs off other concerns and while growing up INTPs are often poked and prodded and jammed into the social structure against their will. There can be a fear and resentment there of being controlled in such a fashion, with no way out since one is under the authority of those with different concerns; and having to watch the world consistently run in patterns that seem highly irrational and shallow, and finding few people to connect with.
There can be intense feelings of alientation, loneliness, and frustration with life. Some just get bitter.
Another thing that bothers me is that people can never truly understand how I feel and think on the inside. People only know what I show on the outside, and I'm not very good at representing my true self. I kind of wish Vulcan mind melds or a similar form of telepathy existed so that people could share their inner worlds and truly connect beyond a surface level.
Anyways, I'm sure this doesn't give the whole picture, it's just a list of things I happened to think of at the moment, so please ask questions.