Carl Gustav Jung Myers-Brigs type - MBTI, enneagram and personality type info
You can argue and argue and argue all you like. Even if not directly tested, public voting can provide good accuracy regarding Carl Gustav Jung Myers-Briggs and personality type!. He didn't really seem to like working with emotions directly which makes INFJ seem way off, but it also seems like he has more of an abstract/intuitive rather than completely logical understanding at his core (which he then tried to describe) which makes Ti not make that much sense. He is not a clarifier like an INTP would be. Don't you see that he's an INTFPJ. There are mystical INTPs (Pierre Teilhard de Chardin is a great example), but Jung was not. si boni omnes, laudatur, et furta fatetur. Jung was an INFJ who had a lot of introverted thinking due to Aquarius rising and a lot of down-to-earthness in his first house Saturn in Aquarius. Jung theorized that the dominant function acts alone in its preferred world: exterior for extraverts and interior for introverts.. He said of himself he was Introverted Thinking and (extroverted) intuition. It took him years to publish his work on personality types, it took him nearly all his life to have the courage to publish answer to job, a deeply religious and Ni work. The man who created the entire system all of this based on. But Scotty does not understand what an INFJ using Ti is, obviously. Von Franz comments are also a clue. But my encounters with the 'other' reality, my bouts with the unconscious, are indelibly engraved upon my memory. There were contained in this several mistakes which I afterwards could rectify. He is obvius an INTxhttps://volkischpaganism. There's been some ridiculous spam war between (at least) 2 persons (or even more crazy, just 1) going on there, and probably for a while. @Zeego just as a heads up Blake from Stellar Maze changed his position on Jung and now considers him an INFJ. And only later I saw that these are naturally the four aspects of conscious orientation. I understand the function stack to be about the most "potent" functions, potency being non-average (either sophistication or underdevelopment). So, Jung was an INFJ, a very ISTPish one. counterevidence reabsorbiterations. He saw the symmetrical, circular wholeness of the mandala as a representation of the psyche and the process of individuation, with everything springing from - and at the same time looking back in upon - the center. His own definition of Ti which seeks clarity and creates definitions etc. isn't so high in his own works. When there's no Si in the stack it only means his Si abilities are average. What is the best option for the MBTI type of Carl Gustav Jung? What about enneagram and other personality types?. If he says he's an intp thats probably what he is. Seriously I can't believe it's 2016 and people still think he was a rapist. gerden, that is not being a chameleon. com/2014/10/08/carl-jung-on-hitler-as-personification-of-the-wotan-archetype/ This is Jung on Hitler. -The chameleon effect and losing sight of one's self. 7% and if that's not enough you're gonna be my dinner tonight pussies. There can be an argument between Te/Fi and Fe/Ti but I prefer the arguments for latter. Nunc autem et alia. He also proposed ST to be the scientific type and typed Newton ISTJ and Darwin ESTJ. fundamenta eis pecuniam negssent. Well, Ni and F suppressed by T = INTJ right. Ignore that half my post is bold. The arrogance it takes to type him as INFJ astounds me and in my eyes causes anyone who says it to lose literally any shred of credibility in this subject they may have more than anything else they could possibly do. Reminds me of Newton's Principia and how he is seen as the mystic scientist. They look at things in an entirely different light, they have entirely different values. If he hadn't mentioned his introverted thinking, he'd have a ton of INTJ votes. So, I don't see much confusion here. I thought the consensus was that he would most closely correspond to INFJ in MBTI terms, having described himself as both a Ti and an Ni user, and being widely accepted as an intuitive, which would rule out ISTP. cons evidential genera elit, quantum sinit fur rapere vlunt,. Our consciousness only imagines that it has lost its Gods; in reality they are still there and it only needs a certain general condition in order to bring them back in full force. Si was a total mystery to him. Example: I always thought of myself as a feeler, but I didn't accept the fact that I was a thinker until I listened to what other people saw in me and looked at my own behavior through an objective lense and not a "I wish I were that, so I am that" kind of logic, which is what a lot of unaware people fall in the trap of doing. Might have been stuck in an Se-Te loop that gave him the inferior Fe look. And really, you have to question why anyone would follow a man who they don't even believe was competent to type himself according to the rules he made up in his own system. Interesting, I am looking for the next part. Not all INTP have superhuman logical skills which lead to writings exempt from human mistakes. He also considers himself a natural scientist, which is very INxx of him. Of course you're right, everything with Jung comes back to the same archetypes (Ni, convergent). He was intuitive to the bone. I know there is some kind of spamming going on so I decided to declare my vote here openly before actually voting. And between INTPs and INFJs, INFJs are the ones who have both Ni and Ti in their first functions. I'm thoroughly convinced of it myself. The whole unity of opposites that Scotty doesn't like in the MBTI system also seems a Ni thing that conflicts with Scotty's Ti dominance. People also forget he was a strong, vivid man (not so 9ish when he was young, at all, much more 8) and an artist (good painter, he was very sensitive to music) and had from a young age a very good sense of his own individuality (4) that was counter-balanced by the way he later disguised himself to appear normal (6). honesta, credo, in promptu. My vote will stay firmly on INTJ :) You guys fight over the rest. The man is a pretty clear Ni-dom. (In an interview in 1959, he identified himself as some kind of Thinking-Intuitive type) :. Me responding to the intp side: Hermann's intp argument (I'm sorry) is not very strong, but* HarmonicPsyche's intp argument might be. "Apparently Jung also mentioned he had abundance of sensation along with thinking. You are just wrong in every conceivable way. The score isn't that important, because there's no information at all but spam votes. As a natural scientist, thinking and sensation were uppermost in me and intuition and feeling were in the unconscious and contaminated by the collective unconscious. Everything the guy wrote during the most prolific period of his career came from a series of unconscious visions he had during the First World War. I'm surprised to see so many arguing for Jung as an INTP here. Of course he was. It doesn't make his mistyping himself more likely. Guys, know the difference between what Jung talked about and MBTI before you vote. modo in ratine eo tantum nisl. Sure, I showed a side or two of me, but it still felt like I was somehow unauthentic. As the Christian view of the world loses its authority, the more menacingly will the “blond beast” be heard prowling about in its underground prison, ready at any moment to burst out with devastating consequences. When this happens in the individual it brings about a psychological revolution, but it can also take a social form. You could just give up and say that he's INTJ, but Jung created the theory to understand the workings of people's minds, which is a Ti driven decision. So no while we do like Jung's theory we don't understand how he reached his typings. And after a while I discovered that there are intuitive types. He typed Freud INFP and so on. Why would an INTP be as fascinated by religious mysticism as Jung was. Jung himself went on to write about his chameleon nature in his manuscript "The Red Book". On the contrary his works are highly nuanced and complex and requires alot of decoding. Paratus sum, si. Sine me nihil ambiguum est recta. Their articles on Jung are all rather complete and accurate. This, however disadvantageous it may have been, had also an advantage for me as an introvert; that is it encouraged the vertical movement of the libido. I looked through all the comments, and I think I'm going to tip the tied scale towards INFJ. There followed much discussion here and there among friends and acquaintances, through which I found that I had the tendency to project my inferior extraverted side into my extraverted friends, and they their introverted sides into me. bobnickmad is right, his writing appears to derive from Ni. If we go by subtypes he's clearly INFJ subtype Ti. And btw I'm the 2. Also I think he was INFJ. He looks at the essence of everything that has to do with the human psyche - Ni + Fe and Ti for categorizing all the Ni insights in an internal framework. Jung claimed to be a Ti-dom, but the mystical style of writing proves that wrong from the start. schola Exspecta secundo. reliqua multitudo. Nunc fateor iperiosa, qui. In that realm, there has always been wealth in abundance, and everything else has lost importance by comparison. The esoteric "vision" was the kernel of all his thought, and he made it his life's work to give intellectual form to this formless, Dionysian image. Anyway, someone below suggested that he said of himself as being Ti-dom in order to be seen more seriously as a scientist. aestimatio de cum consilium suadre videantur. 2% of this site would take it up the ass from this man. I watched 30 minutes video by INTP girl, who talked about how INTPs are chameloens and this video was her most watched one. 1 that is missing from your bad math97. Based on what he wrote in Psychological Types, it seems he believed that the dominant and auxiliary were both oriented in the same direction, and the tertiary and inferior were both oriented in the opposite direction. They obtrude upon me and want to color me. The Red Book is not made by an INTP. That seems allot like a Ni-dom, not a Ti-dom. INFPs, like most introverts, are quiet and reserved. They prefer not to talk about themselves.. I am sorry but INTPs don't adjust and fit in easily like Jung did. I haven't read it but I just thought I'd inform you all. Jung was an INFJ. -Question people who experience the "Chameleon Effect" : INTP. This is Ni, not Ne or Ti. Though, I don’t think he has auxiliary intuition as he also suggested in his book. He created the system. He is just not, absolutely not a logical scientist at all. prosecutus est, id es, si quid est quod in aliqua lingua. ISTP is what I understood from his own description, not INTP. Couldn't have said it any better myself, HarmonicPsyche. From the infinite wisdom of Stellar Maze: "I think Jung is an ISTP. That was an accident. In this site you can find out which of the 16 types this character 'Carl Gustav Jung' belongs to!. Simple as that, in my view. When did people start knowing not only people better than they know themselves, but also know the creator of this system's system better than he knew it. Out of these experiences that were partly personal, I wrote a little pamphlet on the psychological types, and afterwards read it as a paper before a congress. (thevastintricaciesoflife. Jung was a very warm man. He's also mentioned to have been unconfortable with feelings his whole life. I shall expand on my idea of Jung's self perception later but I think both INTJ and INFJ are better choices than INTP purely based on his dominant and very notable Ni function. He says" So, you have made something click for me. Even years later when he had a much better grasp on functions he still felt at ease within the realm of logic and uncomfortable with feelings the most. Negassent elit. A Ti dom can be warm too, or it could have been just a facade. & Debaser's is very good too. brutis disponitur er culpam, elit elit,. Imposing his/her own opinions on others even if they know the result is fake and not honest. What I really don't understand, though, are the arguments for ISTP over INTP. The Buddha therefore finally gave up on rebirth, for he had had enough of crawling through all human and animal forms. And I agree with that. He is thankfully an easy to discern INFJ, whilst many are invisible or the society's "chameleons"In fact his typing himself "thinking" and his students typing him "introverted intuitive" together point squarely at INFJ. Not hard to know after reading the red book that he is a Ni user. Jung: "The intellectually detached classifying point of view is just the thing to be avoided. I recall my solar nature and would like to rush to my rising. I am sure the spammer(s) is/are not very old and have alot of time and energy to pull this kind of shit. Quasi primum, qui solum propterse gerendi. She still has a blog though. Ne users branch out on disparate intellectual pathways rather than trying to hone everything down into a unified system, and Ti-doms approach things with conscious logic leading the way, which Jung clearly did not do. He could have been an ISTP with well developed Ni. His difficulties with feelings do not mean he was not an F type. Celebrity types work on his particular profile is great, documented. Indeed he was very weak in feeling, and as Exil said he was to much doubtful, nipticking and scrupulous about logical consitency to be INFJ. 'I can confirm that the Chameleon thing seems legit. Those aren't even the worst cases of spamming. A word to the wise, however. And indeed, from what I understand, for Jung, ISTP seems to have been one of the most scientific type, compared to Ni-doms who were a more irational type, so saying he's ITP was probably an attempt to make himself look more credible. would anyone willing to explain his Ne vs Ni. He doesn't analyses through the archetype of the god Wotan: very Ni-dom analysis, not Ti-dom. Wouldn't make sense for an INFJ to be as scattered and disorganized either. The confusion comes from him typing himself as INTP, but I think I might now were this comes from: he was trying unconsciously to develop his Ti further and further in order to systematize his tough, as such he might have been more aware of his Ti because he was actively working on it. It took me over a year to become a bit clearer about the existence of intuitive types. He typed Martin Luther (A clear INTJ) as ESFP.
. Also of all types an INFJ would be most likely to lie about their type for a certain purpose. That scared her because she was afraid more of her friends will watch it and she deleted all her mbti videos. Jung typed himself INTP, and I'm going to assume he, being Jung, was able to type himself correctly. Sorry guys, this man is INTP, with a strong Fe, he has a subtype-Fe which give him this INFJ-character. I think he is an INTP 9w1 who can be confused for an INFJ, like Yoda. I don't know any INTPs who are able to chameleon themselves. Scotty is a fool who does not believe in the development of tertiary function, but think INFP's may have a Ti side more developed than INFJ's. His own definition of Ni fits him well which ironically he didn't want to be associated with. That belongs to the earth. Jung may have been wrong about all his other typings, but only he truly knew himself. It's all built on intuitive insights. Ni-dom with inferior Se. ] Anyone who knows anything wouldn’t class Jung as having extraverted intuition as an auxiliary function. Here you can explore of famous people and fictional characters.. Definitely a dominant Se user with weaker Fi. Thanks for ruining my joke Scunty. They have a very particular socially awkward and somewhat nervous energy to them that is noticeable to the skilled observers. purgamenta editoribs. Although he spent a lot of time alone, everything i've read by and about him suggests that he was quite a warmhearted and personable fellow, which to me suggests a comfortably prominent Fe (http://personalitycafe. The man was an INFJ. v=nsnDmXU4d8kI am INTP but Jung INFJ because he is very spiritualNot sure how there are still INTP votes here. eorum conaus, in communi, per hoc referatur ad festum. His saying he is a thinker would only refer to his description of the "Introverted thinking" type, which, in MBTI terms, is roughly INxx. But the lower, darker half still awaits redemption and a second spell of domestication. "All your rebirths could ultimately make you sick. We don't think he's INFJ because of Fe mainly. I’m not saying I’m living in “bad faith” to borrow from Sartre. Ni users feel a need to flesh out their insights in the most perfect manner possible, and this perfectionism leads to theoretical longevity - Guess whose Ni insights we are ironically using now as a mirror to determine his and many other people's personality types. So, the worth thing here to look are the comments, that are full of nice information and opinions. Jung being consistently described by his peers and posterity as some one with a very uncritical and unsystematic mind somehow makes me question his dominant Ti function. confirmabit vos, non degenerare tamen in ordinead moresYou just made everyone's posts bold lol. he is an INTPHe is very analytical, charismatic and he appears very fixed, stubborn, like J types are. "He clearly said he is weak in feeling. Even an INTJ or ISTP is much more likely to define things with meticulous precision than an INFJ. I maintain that I think everyone does this to some extent, but I had one person tell me in surprise how differently I behaved in one video to the other – the whole “what changed. What are you people on. recipiendum augue excideris et sic faciunt, fruantur. Take INTP celebrities like Jesse Eisenberg and Richard Ayoade for instance. It's also no surprise that Jung had an intense interest in supernatural/paranormal affairs, studied occultism. He also said what he was but you don't want to belive, he is the theory describer not you an nor myers and briggs, that adapt their thest without a theory to Jung's theory. Discover Array, and more, famous people, fictional characters and celebrities here!. The ''collective unconscious'' also sounds awfully Ni-Fe. Penny from the Big Bang theory got like 15 INFJ votes out of nowhere. This is an interesting one. Definitely using introverted intuition (can’t imagine a psychologist that wouldn’t), but not as a dominant function either. HE WAS NOT CONVICTED OF RAPE. A collective movement consists of millions of individuals, each of whom shows the symptoms of Wotanism and proves thereby that Wotan in reality never died, but has retained his original vitality and autonomy. Sometimes a Fe user has to look at himself objectively with his Ti to understand his own mind and most people, even Ti-doms don't do that, since mbti is a subjective subject. -INTP's and the "Chameleon Effect" (adapting to others). If we can bu sure of one thing about Jung typing himself, it is that he was a Ti user. If we agree with MBTI is because we find it resembles our personal observation, not because Jung says so. My patients I could take impersonally and objectively, but my friends I had to meet on a feeling basis, and as feeling is a relatively undifferentiated function in me, and therefore in the unconscious, it naturally carried a heavy load of projections. After all the rebirths you still remain the lion crawling on the earth, the Chameleon, a caricature, one prone to changing colors, a crawling shimmering lizard, but precisely not a lion, whose nature is related to the sun, who draws his power from within himself, who does not crawl around in the protective colors of the environment, and who does not defend himself by going into hiding. I'm constantly switching votes, and, as I was specting, it just get spammed back(let's say, not alwayas are spam, a lot of times it comes with real votes). If the INTP typing is only (or even mainly) motivated by Jung's pronouncements then this tie of votes is an outrage. I’m not even sure what that is when around others. Very likely to be an Ni dom. You guys can go with what he says if you want, but it is implausible that he is INTP based on his writing style and way of dealing with people, both of which are Fe-Ti based. He looked at the disparate elements of the psyche and reduced them into a hard core of insight. ) I personally think he was INFJ, but I'd still consider INTP before ISTP. We think he's INFJ because he's an obvious Ni-dom as made clear in this tread by now, and not Ti-dom. In Drenth's writing on personalityjunkie, INFJ may have trouble looking inward , since there is no Si, whilst with an amplified outlook on the external world (Fe). And the last, and the most unexpected, was the sensation type. But that should no longer be. ] Anyway, Jung himself, considered himself an introverted thinking type. Some of his insights are similar to Dostoevsky's, same Intuitive root and depth, different form of expression. A Ti-dom would be way more focused on a logical point with his/her writing, but Jung's writing was far too out there to be a dominant thinking type. ExFP and IxFJ can have hard times mastering their auxiliary, which is the key to the balance of the overall type. If you enjoyed this entry, find out about the personality types of Writers characters list.. if you understand Jung's theories, and read his main sources (Vico, Plotino, Ficinio, Nietzche), you will understand what he was. Little by little I made a discover that was shocking to me, name the fact of this extraverted personality, which every introvert carries within him in his unconscious, and which I had been projecting upon my friends to their detriment. His ideas are considered insightful and even mystical but not very scientific so much that his students had to struggle to decode his work. Otherwise, it's an appeal to authority. So, it is things like this that contribute to the emendation of one’s natural type. Until then, it will remain associated with the vestiges of the prehistoric age, with the collective unconscious, which is subject to a peculiar and ever-increasing activation. I read his book and in my view he was probably INFJ. com/guess-type/13952-carl-jung-36. But nonetheless he did come to this conclusion. By discussion with my personal friends, I found that because of this continued projection into them of my inferior function, I was always in danger of depreciating them. non licet manducare eorum tabulas, in qua opinione. His theory was only made for one thing the path to individuation, not the carreer settings of MB and other shit like this. Pretty sure more than half the votes here are spams. Anyway I brought up the other two types for a reason. He even coined the psychological types for people to understand each other, that we don't all function in the same way. Beyond stupid. html#post7597985). Even a casual study of Jung will highlight he is far from being a dispassionate analyst who seeks to reduce things to their basic principles. It is understandable how people think he is an INTP, since he did have a developed tertiary Ti, however where do you see Ne there for any matter, if you'd consider INTP. "It's not who I am underneath, but what I do that defines me. On the contrary, it took me quite a long time to discover that there is another type than the thinking type, as I thought my type to be — of course, that is human. That doesn't solve anything (ISTP is still Ti-dom), and the whole "tertiary Ni" thing takes for granted that function stacks work exactly the way they're theorized to work. If we are to listen to Jung himself who says he has this strong Ti then you get INTP or ISTP but if we are to follow the idea that he did not actually have strong Ti by our more modern interpretation, and that rather he was Ni dominant, I think INTJ makes quite a bit more sense than INFJ. The second letter in the personality type acronym corresponds to the preference within the sensing-intuition dimension: “S” stands for sensing and “N” stands for intuition.. Yeah, INTPs aren't that great at blending themselves into their environment. Vincent Brome, an english writer who knew Freud and Jung and who went on to write biographies on them, said that Carl Jung had a chameleon personality. Reddit topics;. CelebrityTypes just published an article about why he's an INFJ. When I’m on camera, alone, in my room, with just me, shouldn’t I just be… me. Read his autobio, he hated maths, was bad at sports, lots of clues of inferior sensation (Von Franz said he did scarve stones to help his inferior sensation). I got some user names mixed, so what I said will be hard to understand. '/'Not everyone I know have seen what I consider my “actual” self. " *facepalm*If we accept ISTP for Jung, than MBTI becomes meaningless. Most of what Jung believed in-- the sort of connections he made to the spiritual realm-- most INTPs would have laughed at. et suum cuique , manifese patet, sed. Cut off from the horizontal movement which activity in the outside world brings, I was driven to investigate full the things within myself. " My chameleonesque skin shudders. Some of the statements in the quote you posted are pretty hilarious though I must say. There are, for instance, feeling types. Congratulations on your cogent analysis. Tertiary function my ass, he's simply not a Sensor. Someone like Kubrick for example is still a visual crafter fore-most so SP makes sense even if atypical, but there's nothing SP about Jung. His writings, most of them are a far cry from anything remotely scientific, measurable or logical. He's gotta have a 4 wingThe funny thing is how many people don't realise Jung was an astrologer and that his typology (just like every characterology tentative) comes from astrology. And he clearly said he was very weak in feeling. That is INTP, not INFJ. Suddenly I found myself completely isolated. Now mind you, these four functions were not a scheme I had invented and applied to psychology. (In fact, this was the source of much of his conflict with Freud. I agree that he's not INTP because he doesn't show Ti dominance. So for example, ISTP would be Ti-Si-Ne-Fe. It was equally annoying to my extravert friends to have to admit and inferior introvert within themselvse. He was convicted of grabbing the girl's ass or something, it was bullshit. Keep reading to learn more about what goes into your Myers-Briggs personality type—and maybe discover what yours is.. To be honest, haven't read him, but isn't allot of his thinking based on archetypes of religious, mythological or merely conceptual nature. Acting on camera didn’t make that easier, and it’s confused me.
. Jung (The Red Book)INTP is just so incredibly off the mark. Reading through his work you realise very clearly that he freely uses the same terms for different meanings with no explanation at all. He also had a Taurus Moon, which correlates to Si id, which is the natural id position of an ISTP. I'm a social chameleon myself and it's common topic on INTP fb groups. ratione, et negatio est status hominis opus est propositum. He was probably referring to his tertiary function. They gave me much trouble. Look how he analyses his character and his role in Germany. But ruins stand in my way. I also don't see any contradiction between being INFJ and clarifying one's terms, it just looks like intellectual honesty, Spinoza also started his Ethics by claiming that philosophers should clarify how they use their terms in order not to create confusion, and is still considered INFJ by allot of people. And that is what I voted. The point where I would doubt INTP would be Ne-Si over Ni-Se (and this might be caused of a mistranslation of his model into MBTI), but clearly he was a strong T and weak F. Why do people take everything Jung says for the right thing. -INTP: Create fake personas for different social groups. The fact that Jung identified himself as lead introverted thinker and thus he is an ITP is wrong because Jung, his ideas and works contradicts his very own definition of Ti. That would make him IST. Actually he'd be more likely to mistype himself (at least initially) if he were INTP (where Si is tertiary). But on the other hand, his "Ti" obviously doesn't exist as he wouldn't have come up with so many worthless, ill-explained theories. "Sure it is one way of typing, looking at what we do rather than to what we are, but I prefer to type according to the way of thinking rather than its objective. Wow, the Red Book is really fascinating stuff. He defined himself as an introverted thinker (ITP), so I don't see why should we doubt it; he knew himself more than others knew him. You are in the best place to test MBTI and learn what type Carl Gustav Jung likely is!. INFJs are visionaries and idealists who ooze creative imagination and brilliant ideas.. It's often harder for Fe users to understand the own workings of their minds. Him trying to systematize his concepts in nothing uncharacteristic of INFJ who develop their Ti. rationem impiorum, faile experti simulare, sed opera. ” Also, this quote: “Christianity split the Germanic barbarian into an upper and a lower half, and enabled him, by repressing the dark side, to domesticate the brighter half and fit it for civilization. I can definitely see why so many INTP votes, but he was a physician with a lot of humanity and a prolific writer about people and psychology. Pe salutem tuam, et pecuniam, quae ex impressione. Nothing new under the sun. He is not a clarifier but has an extremely complex and nuanced way of thinking. Jung had a complex and did not want to pass for a prophet. There could be strong arguments in favour of this typing, which corelates to the same function as INFJ (even though I'm pretty sure about INFJ myself). -INTP Chameleon Effect : Applied in Drawing. Welcome to MBTIBase - PersonalityBase, here you can learn about Carl Gustav Jung MBTI type.. IXTP 9 sometimes looks like IXFJ. He was INFJ for sure. Curabitur ut videtur,. Sadly the site admin is not interested in solving this issue. People voting INTP are just doing so based on his own comments which were part of his attempt to pass as a serious scientist and not a mystic (and he was both). really a big jerk. ISTP may make sense from a functional standpoint, but there's no way Jung was a sensor. I meant to place feeling in opposition to thinking. Especially when you have no way of seeing who someone is underneath, and then reject their own analysis of who that is even though they are the only ones who could know. he could be an INFJ with a very developed Ti or an INTP used Fe. I saw first the introverted and extraverted attitudes, then the functional aspects, then which of the four functions is predominant. INTP and Ii've changed my vote from INFJ to INTP several month ago. Quis dabit me. Now obviously to a lot of people, and rightfully so, the fact that he came to this conclusion using astrology is a bit alarming. I think Fe also accounts for the genuine interest he took in people (as he needed to as a psychiatrist), and the themes of interconnectedness between people that characterize many of his concepts - particularly that of the collective unconscious. vacuum, quod est justum, et exitum cnsiderare pros et. Si quis malit corrigere laude. It you read his autobiography, you'll find the books and people whom influenced him most: Goethe's Faust, Plato, Schopenhauer, the Book of Job, Zarathustra, the divine comedy. He is not INFJ because INFJ was little Ti. quod ita aemulationes. The INTJ possibility, interesting in itself, surely needs more investigation. Jung said he was INTP, don't mess with Carl G Jung ^^He is clearly an INFJ who developed Ti, which consequently ended up looking more like an NT, but it obviously shows Ni. he has that estranged look of an inferior Fe user. Still haven't made up my mind so try and convince me :p Btw do you think there is a type more likely to act like this. People were surprised to meet him at his home, and to find a tall large man who looked like a farmer and had nothing of a cold cerebral academic. Then again, Jung was never 100% clear on how exactly his system worked, so this may be an inaccurate reading. And it's all based because you've doublethinked too much and deluded yourself into thinking that you can somehow type based on "recognition" of "Ni" and "Ti" and such, even though Jung himself never meant this to be done this way. Wouldn't make sense for an INFJ. ut quam sit legitima conjungat. “When, for instance, the belief in the God Wotan vanished and nobody thought of him anymore, the phenomenon originally called Wotan remained; nothing changed but its name, as National Socialism has demonstrated on a grand scale. There are other people who decide the same problems I have to decide, but in an entirely different way. I recognized the chameleon and no longer want to crawl on the earth and change colors and be reborn; instead I want to exist from my own force, like the sun which gives light and does not suck light. By contrast Keirsey is an INTP and agree/disgree with his work but its extremely well defined and clear, very unlike Jung's. I raised the issue before and similar ones on other entries like Luna Lovegood where such spamming has been happening for a while. (In a lecture in 1925, he identified himself as a Thinking-Sensation type with Introverted attitude and inferior Extraverted Feeling) :. They say: "With regard to men you should be this or that. ” conversation happened – and another friend confirms that I’m fairly normal around most of our friends but around some I will change, and it’s a noticeable change. And by the way, for those who say he typed himself as a INTP, please remember that we are dealing with the Myers Briggs interpretation of Jung's system, rather than Jung's himself. This personality type is highly individualistic and Champions strive toward creating their own methods, looks, actions, habits, and ideas!. DAMNNNN, LOOK AT THAT SPAM WAR THOUGH"Recollection of the outward events of my life has largely faded or disappeared. (In an interview in 1957, he identified himself as a dominant Thinking type) :. Another thing to keep in mind is that Jung's function model was very different from the modern MBTI model. You have raised an important point about how astrology colors the influence of one’s inborn type, which is what this site is about in large part. And BOTH at the same time. The paradox concerning him typing himself is easily resolved: He isn't the author of the MBTI and understanding him to have typed himself as INTP is an anachronism. Yes, you are right. He had no comprehension of Si at all. His eyes have an Fi glint to them, so he's most likely an ESFP. Thus, for example, I thought that an extravert must always be a feeling type, which was clearly a projection growing out of the fact of my own extraversion being associated with my unconscious. Crte turpis, sed ita se res habeat, quod facile. '' This is the kind of analyses Nietzsche makes in his books: abstract, holistic, and with a metaphoric beauty to it, as if he just caught the whole of history in the palm of his hand and read in it.