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    Default Immanuel Kant's MBTI

    "Kant is offered as an example of the normal introverted thinking type, strongly influenced by ideas having a subjective foundation..."

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    according to this page he is an INTP.

    Perosnally I agree Introverted Thinking makes alot of sense. He was abstract too - preferring abstratcion would have you think INTP.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Typh0n View Post
    according to this page he is an INTP.

    Perosnally I agree Introverted Thinking makes alot of sense. He was abstract too - preferring abstratcion would have you think INTP.
    But, in MBTI terms, was he a J or a P?
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    I would say INTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Typh0n View Post
    according to this page he is an INTP.

    Perosnally I agree Introverted Thinking makes alot of sense. He was abstract too - preferring abstratcion would have you think INTP.
    Is that based on knowing about Kant the person, or Kant the writer?
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    I've actually have heard INFJ a few times. INTP would make sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    But, in MBTI terms, was he a J or a P?
    Well he had perception second(Ne or Se) so that would make him a P?

    Is that based on knowing about Kant the person, or Kant the writer?
    Kant the thinker.
    And now there came out of this building a form - human - was it human? ... It reminded me of symbolical images of Genius or Demon that are seen on Etruscan vases or limned on the walls of Eastern sepulchres - images that borrow the outlines of man, and are yet of another race.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    But, in MBTI terms, was he a J or a P?
    introverted thinking type = Ti dom type, aka IXTP
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    I initially thought INTJ, but reading up on him some, he is INTP as hell, probably 5w4
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