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Albert Einstein Myers-Brigs type - MBTI, enneagram and personality type info

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" physics is physics, with rules and principles. I've realized you are all MBTI noobs. So I'm pretty happy with my approach which ia very much in line with classical jungian typology. Quantum theorist were making logical arguments which were at odds with classical physics. Thinking – Feeling, represents how a person processes information. Thinking means that a person makes a decision mainly through logic.. About as much of a walking definition of a type as possible. It's a lesser shadow than the inferior Ni of Se doms, but a shadow still. Something along those lines I remember reading. Loyal to their peers and to their internal value systems, but not overly concerned with respecting laws and rules if they get in the way of getting something done. Detached and analytical, they excel at finding solutions to practical problems.. g Cumberbatch ESFP, what. One of the greatest frauds in the history of science. Intuitives focus on a more abstract level of thinking; they are more interested in theories, patterns, and explanations. They are often more concerned with the future than the present and are often described as creative. He was very popular with women, how did he do itlol It's true. Discover Array, and more, famous people, fictional characters and celebrities here!. In this site you can find out which of the 16 types this character 'Albert Einstein' belongs to!. It's not a little Si function in the back of his head telling him to be narrow-minded. ), whatever that means) It may be fun for you to analyze because you think it's otherwise too simple, but to me it's just nonsense. I can assume it's safe to say that it's more of a case of that guy being an idiot. Ti doesn't explain the retentive nature of Si. Even if not directly tested, public voting can provide good accuracy regarding Albert Einstein Myers-Briggs and personality type!. Thus, in the inquiry now proposed, I can do little more than to seek to clarify the question at issue and, clearing the ground of the more obvious solutions, enable you to bring the light of your far-reaching knowledge of man’s instinctive life to bear upon the problem. When you put a second "auxiliary" function on top of it you just end up with a diform, arbitrary shape, as if one part of the shadow is a part of the enlightened shape. '' Yes Einstein was idealistic, but so where Kant or H. And I've read and I know a lot about both. You just make it to mean whatever you want. Quantum mechanics was and still is at odds with Newtonian and Einstein's laws of physics. Stop that stereotype, man. What Einstein however says is that he lack insight into the human hearth, and I don't think an INFP with his level of intelligence, would dismiss this about himself, even on the ground of not being their domain. Ti wants accuracy, theoretical consistency, of course he's not going "give way to new ideas that challenged classical principles of physics. You might want to have a look there. why the fuck are there 6 votes for esfj. Welcome to MBTIBase - PersonalityBase, here you can learn about Albert Einstein MBTI type.. So while we expect an Ne type to be very open to ideas and we find that Einstein was very reluctant to give way to new ideas that challenged classical principles of physics. Rest is all too similar. He is a dominant Ti for sure, you'd have to argue for ISTP if you think Einstein lacks Ne.

. Very strongly INTP. Even INFPs can be programmers and engineers. They're probably mine; I'll post it in Grace's thread later. com/2015/01/08/albert-einstein-intp/. The thing I am sure of his very developed Si, especially in later years - a fact that dims his Ne somewhat. Tertiary function of Si also helps differentiate INTPs from ENTPs, otherwise with Ne and Ti as two dominant/actibe types, they would basically be same types. I can actually agree with INTP, because I can't see him as E, S, or F, although I do see more Ni than Ne what the heck. Zionist and misogynist. You have to be aware you're not a good planner/may be too focused on the present moment (environment)/may be impulsive. What I don't get is why people draw the line behind the tertiary function, it makes no sense because types are a mecanism that work because of the balance between dominant/auxiliary, perception/judgement and their introversion/extraversion. All IxxP types value following their own judgements and not faking it too much. And, of course, I actually agree with INFPs as scientists and I would really want people to stop mistyping INFP scientists as INTPs like other cases. INFP for Einstein doesn't make as sense as INTP. I see what you did there. (Just asking)The archetypal INTP scientistI concur. But its a pretty valid and very helpful approach which explains the complexity of cognitive functions better. His Ti scrutinizes logical accuracy, period. ENFJ and INTP match romantically too. Because calling "very reluctant to new ideas" someone who revolutionizes the domains he works on. The real Einstein was his wife who helped him with the math. A dumb question if I may: where can you see his Ne most clearly. The site also shows bias for INTJ typings. jpgPerhaps it's my sleepy head but I'm actually curious. Quiet, reflective, and idealistic. Interested in serving humanity. Well-developed value system, which they strive to live in accordance with.. Jung theorized that the dominant function acts alone in its preferred world: exterior for extraverts and interior for introverts.. Well you get what I mean :p He's the textbook INTP, he IS very open to new ideas, he brings them himself, but not if they go against what's logical. it's 5w4 that made him look like INTP. You are in the best place to test MBTI and learn what type Albert Einstein likely is!. I wasn't aware that everyone who isn't an ISFJ must be Fi-dom by default, lol. "his tertiary Si was very noticeably developed. I hope I'm clear and was not too agressive :p In the case of Einstein : why look for a tertiary Si when Ti explains it perfectly well. If you enjoyed this entry, find out about the personality types of People of Science characters list.. " Well, Albert Einstein is one of them. The other day I was thinking about the nature of Ti and I think they'd be very systematic internally, although in in the outer the user may look chaotic. For example, an INTP may have a very messy room but he knows exactly where each of his stuff is. "draw their own map" It's still the dominant function who rules everything. His types are poorly explained as well, Einstein is INFP because he married a person his parents didn't wanted. Which they are not. Ti+Ne, it's that simple. And yes he was open to ideas and brought pretty much the standard model of how universe works. Michelson, Lorentz, Poincare. Bob is acutally INFP. " Why bring a tertiary function here. :)You know, when I "studied" MBTI, I thought: "if I have to make one excessively obvious example for each of the 16 types, what would they be. He's not oblivious that it's messy, but because he doesn't see the point in changing things when it's already functional systematically. BTW I never typed Einstein INFP. Accurate in some cases and totally wrong in others (e. So yes its possible that people miss his Ne but its there. "Tertiary function of Si also helps differentiate INTPs from ENTPs, otherwise with Ne and Ti as two dominant/actibe types, they would basically be same types. What is the best option for the MBTI type of Albert Einstein? What about enneagram and other personality types?. Everyone else seems in consensus of him being Ne and I don't know much about him so INTP it is. @Xavi I've read many times in forums that ENFJs have a small INTP inside and viceversa. Then INFPs move on to something much better. Also because its a purist approach. bobnickmad you is probably INTP. You disagree with it fine. I thought people agreed he is a poster child for INTPs. So while we expect an Ne type to be very open to ideas and we find that Einstein was very reluctant to give way to new ideas that challenged classical principles of physics. "The real Einstein was his wife who helped him with the math" that was debunked about 4 years ago. So Ne isn't evident in his career. It's also why a lot of INTP get mistyped as INFJ/ISTP because people see the obvious Ti and then the Ne doesn't look like the Ne of ENTP, so they are assumed to be Ti and Ni. Also, his work is based on mathematical deductions which works far better with a Ti-dom, INFP would relay on their lower Te, so they would feel more confident on observable facts than pure calculations.

. He is INFP: https://mbtifiction. And quiet ENFJ doesn't need too much to repress Se. From a letter to Freud: ''As for me, the normal objective of my thought affords no insight into the dark places of human will and feeling. But I am pretty sure of Ti, the guy disliked inconsistencies, even to the point of fallacy in his earlier disagreements with quantum mechanics. (because that's what it is if I read you correctly; one "more" function each type can "use" by "developping" it (. So it's not so crazy to compare INTP to ENFJ. Scientist's can be a Fi. Teddyjr is silly troll english broken forget him einstein is entj geniusBtw the website arguing for INFP is a hit or miss. The inner workings of the human soul is one of the top priorities of an intellectual INFP, even if he's a physicist by profession. " No, that's not how I see it : the dominant/inferior axis is, as in your theory, the "proheminent" one, the dominant function guides your mental processing (=> early works of Jung who argued for one function). @Kensei16: Why do you see more Ni than Ne in Einstein. Tthe only way to tell apart ENFJs from INTPs is the shoes they wear. While Te user like INTJ can be pretty oblivious and would start cleaning when he can't work any more in that environment. If the most recent The Good Wife votes were yours am interested in your list, because I agree with each one, could you post it. INTP and ENFJ share Ti and Fe. He tapped in his inferior Ti and look like an INTP. People confuse Ne and Ni all the time that's why they think great minds are INTP actually it's ENTJ. Therefore, I consider that every vote that is not in favor of INTP is pure trolling, because I have faith in humanity. I prefer the system which uses tertiary function as it explains things bette. I can't see him as ISTP because an ISTP is not as theoretical as an INTP and I said I couldn't see him as S, so my INTP vote stays :)Also his reluctance wasn't due to some irrational stubbornness. There are certain psychological obstacles whose existence a layman in the mental sciences may dimly surmise, but whose interrelations and vagaries he is incompetent to fathom. You are all condescending bitches. But this is not the case and concretely that article is fairly poor argumented. ENFJs can be programmers too, for example. To be honest, I fail to see all the purported Fi in Einstein. Well I guess I saw more Ne because of his lack of openess to ideas, but your theory on the strong Ti-Si loop definitely explains it. He needed alot of persuasion to change his mind. ;)Thought it would be relevant here: The differences between Ti and Te and Ni and Ne, as well as Einstein's use of them, were mentioned in the Johannes Brahms thread. ESFJs have higher Ti than INTPs, because of their extroversion they gain more Ti Xp points. ENFJ can use Ne well because of that theory of the strong 6th function, so does INTP using Ni (6th). Also because when Ti and Si work together very well, you get a scientist who, while open to them generally, is very critical of ideas that challenge established principles and scrutinizes them accordingly. That guy believes Waldo Emerson is INTJ and David Tennant (an obvious extrovert if anything) is ENFP. XDIn that article young Einstein look very ENFJ. org/wiki/File:Einstein_tongue. The auxiliary function supports the dominant one : ex; the extraverted (objective) perception of IXXPs helps them find new expieriences for their judging function to process, analyze, etc. Remember Einstein was not an Ne-dom and his tertiary Si was very noticeably developed. I was not saying he's ENFJ, but he looked like one in those particular photos in the article. Good explanation bobnickmad. Context people, context. The tertiary and inferior functions are "shadows", they don't really exist, they're what you can't use, the opposite of your mental architecture, and they'll always "be there"; because you are Se aux you can't be Ni aux too, they exclude each other. Here you can explore of famous people and fictional characters.. Einstein presented his theories and the facts came latter, which for me shows he's more confident and at ease with Ti than with Te. Your two dominant, two inferior functional approach may be appealing to you but its not the one followed by Jung and his immediate successors and neither does it particularly interest me. LOL at the two ESFJ votes. Isabel Briggs Myers, a researcher and practitioner of Jung’s theory, proposed to see the judging-perceiving relationship as a fourth dichotomy influencing personality type.. :)Tertiary functions don't go against the introversion/extroversion preference, unlike inferior functions, so in an introvert it makes sense that they will take an introverted approach to sensing, but not an extroverted approach to feeling.

Albert Einstein

MBTI enneagram type of Albert Einstein Realm:

Category: People of Science

TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 95


INTP - 79 vote(s)
INFP - 7 vote(s)
ENTP - 4 vote(s)
ESFJ - 4 vote(s)
INTJ - 1 vote(s)

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 35


5W4 - 24 vote(s)
5W6 - 5 vote(s)
9W1 - 3 vote(s)
4W5 - 1 vote(s)
7W6 - 1 vote(s)
9W8 - 1 vote(s)

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