Not an ENTP.
The patterns I've seen look just like an INFJ I know, only that INFJ has psychological problems that distort things. ctg has more clarity and intelligence with less Fe.
You still don't seem INTP, SW. I continue to stand by and you keep reinforcing my opinion that you are an INTJ.
My... Haight is cranky today...
How are we to judge your type if we have insufficient interactions with you? So you have to start us off by giving us some data.
Yes. And you might want to consider that I did score quite extreme on the INTP scale, so that might skew the impressions as well.No blog moving yet, dear.
You don't read like ENTP. I'm more interested in a holistic approach, rather than trying to discern a particular function such as Ivy or SW seem to be doing. (I'm much more inclined towards Ivy, though.)
I'm also well-aware of inherent bias -- for example, I'm not quite sure what an 18-year-old female looks like in different types. There are a few female INTPs here who are your age (such as Varelse) and I -know- you don't "look like them" in terms of psych profile... but I don't have many other points of comparison.
So far I've seen flip-flopped thinking -- sometimes you have skated on the surface like typical ESFJs, but at other times have shown a harder more iconoclast side.
Wish I could just bamf you here for five minutes or watch you around your peers / parents / and otherwise for a few minutes, it would give me a much better idea.
Patterns, SW, patterns. You are too intensely attempting to form and categorize them to be an INTP, while you also show distinctive patterns.
You have a very bad case of Te.
My thoughts on this subject... too much Ti, with a developing Ne that sometimes becomes out of balance. If that is what INTP is suppose to have then he is one... As to whether functions fit with the J/P distinction I'm not sure about.You're entitled to your opinion, yet so far you did not give an argument for it. Its beginning to stress out my Ti. All you say is that you know that I am an INTJ yet you do not say how you know.
I'm sorry... but I haven't been on INTPc for that long. You want me to go back and read through everything you post there? My mind will probably blow up before I get very far. My Se can't handle all that at once.5,000 posts and you want more data?
You're entitled to your opinion, yet so far you did not give an argument for it. Its beginning to stress out my Ti. All you say is that you know that I am an INTJ yet you do not say how you know.
Bad case of a Te? You're better off calling me an ENTJ then.
Personally, I do get an I and P impression, and I could see how someone could get the S impression as well. T/F? I'm not sure...but I can see how my biases would push someone with a weaker T preference into the F range.
Just a couple of points which may bring insight.i just want to know what to put in my type box and i have come up with INTP. that is not to say i have disregarded Ivy's insight, i just naturally feel that i am INTP.
. . . then pace yourself. Consider it a high quality learning experience.I'm sorry... but I haven't been on INTPc for that long. You want me to go back and read through everything you post there? My mind will probably blow up before I get very far. My Se can't handle all that at once.
Just a couple of points which may bring insight.
Do you :-
#1 Think others are doing something wrong but aren't particularly motivated to help them (as in they can do it that way, their wrong but they can do it that way)?
#2 Think "Always right, except when wrong and in which case the question was stupid" describes you quite well?
#3 Tend towards making things efficient?
#4 Feel compelled to make yourself internally logically consistent or are you allowed to break the rules?