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    Default Intj vs entj rebel

    Which of these two is more rebellious and which is more likely to follow rules?
    Im aware any type can be rebel or a rule follower.
    I see a lot of TPs typed as rebellious but I know a surprisingly amount of Js who are rebellious.

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    That depends on how exactly you define "rebellious".

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtual ghost View Post
    That depends on how exactly you define "rebellious".
    One that doesn' follow rules that don' make sense,questioning everything, deliberately breaking a rule when someone told them not to do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HorrorFan View Post
    One that doesn' follow rules that don' make sense,questioning everything, deliberately breaking a rule when someone told them not to do it.
    INTJ/ENTJ are authority-challenging if they spot crack in the system but they are not against the system itself.
    They strive to improve the system so STJ will maintain...

    XSTP. Te knows cause and consequences of braking something. )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norexan View Post
    INTJ/ENTJ are authority-challenging if they spot crack in the system but they are not against the system itself.
    They strive to improve the system so STJ will maintain...

    XSTP. Te knows cause and consequences of braking something. )
    XSTP disregards rules that hinder efficiency or solution and we often find ways of doing this where we cover our asses in the process because we know the results have to speak for the action. Only time it bites us if we fail. Then it can be big risk vs big reward.
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