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I do feel the Fe is high but there are other sides of Pythagoras left untouched, him being a cult leader, his utilitarian approach etc. Again not every INTJ in history has been a scientist. Pythagoras most likely has the same type as Plato. I could see either NFJ. Individual introverts, however, on their own can appear less introverted than others in a given situation. Was just saying that INFJ's can be somewhat charismatic. I agree with Ventus413. My original post was very general and broad, and thus argued that he was stereotypically INFJ rather than trying to make any function-based argument. I'm just saying your argument against INTJ is not sound. I do however feel that an argument can be made for him being an Fe aux and not Te. I guess you are using Keirsey's model but even that wouldn't make case for INFJ clearly. 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. You want someone "logical" and more uninterested by illogical stuff, try INTP. His influence on Plato isn't necessarily an indicator of being INFJ but I see what you mean. INFJ + 5w4 So/Sx. You can have an atheist INFJ and a moralistic relgious INTJ. I would have thought INFJ. But yeah it alone wasn't an especially strong argument specifically against INTJ. edu/entries/pythagoras/ "Pythagoras presented a cosmos that was structured according to moral principles and significant numerical relationships and may have been akin to conceptions of the cosmos found in Platonic myths, such as those at the end of the Phaedo and Republic. " That seems Fe to me as well. Pythagoras' ideas were more appealing to Plato and because INFJs are more open to non scientific inquiries of truth, it does make good but not absolute sense. '' This sounds very Fe (universal moral principles)+Ti (numerical relationships) under a holistic and metaphysical Ni vision. Cicero said "they say Plato learned all things Pythagorean," and Aristotle noted that the two philosophies were quite similar. Makes sense since Pythagoras pretty much had a cultic religious community focused on mysticism. What is the best option for the MBTI type of Pythagoras? What about enneagram and other personality types?. "Pythagoras presented a cosmos that was structured according to moral principles and significant numerical relationships. Consider Newton. INTPs are well known for their brilliant theories and unrelenting logic, which makes sense since they are arguably the most logical minded of all the personality types.. Even if not directly tested, public voting can provide good accuracy regarding Pythagoras Myers-Briggs and personality type!. (2) According to this article http://plato.

. I do believe that Ni would be the standard typing here although Pythagoras is brimming with Fe. Welcome to MBTIBase - PersonalityBase, here you can learn about Pythagoras MBTI type.. And similarly having interest in religion or metaphysical questions isn't necessarily an NF thing. But Fe makes sense because he led his Pythagorean community of disciples. Many cult leaders and follwers have been INTJ. Quiet, reflective, and idealistic. Interested in serving humanity. Well-developed value system, which they strive to live in accordance with.. Discover Array, and more, famous people, fictional characters and celebrities here!. To find out what your MBTI personality type is you need to complete the MBTI questionnaire and take part in a feedback session from a qualified MBTI practitioner.. INFJ are the least introverted appearing intuitives after all. With Pythagoras, I agree with your last comment: he seems like an Fe type and, in addition, by Keirsey's method does seem to prefer F over T. You are in the best place to test MBTI and learn what type Pythagoras likely is!. 5 suggests his main concern was knowledge while the 4 wing suggests he didn't pursue knowledge to possess it selfishly but rather to venerate what he and the community saw as Truth. Keep reading to learn more about what goes into your Myers-Briggs personality type—and maybe discover what yours is.. Why not is he an INFJ instead of INTJ. Free in-depth and practical information on the 16 personality types, including careers and relationships.. In this site you can find out which of the 16 types this character 'Pythagoras' belongs to!. That probably is the reason why people think he's INTJ; his philosophy was adapted from its original form by his successors to the point that it resembled a more INTJ-ish philosophy. There is no least introverted appearing intuitive type. However I'd research more for a conclusive evidence in favour of INFJ against INTJ. Read Jung's description of Ni (INJs), its not an objective rational function and always associated with mysticism and metaphysics. And this is more of a sidenote, but he said "virtue is harmony. I don't see the Se in there. Well when someone says "more likely an ENFJ", I don't know where they are coming from. Now that's a good argument. However in that case his Ti is more developed and manifests as Te. His mysticism is Ni. So, Ti higher than Se, thus INFJ. " So Pythagoras himself was Fe and his successors put a more Te-style spin on the Pythagorean philosophy. He might be an INFJ but try something along the line of why he used Ti over Te etc. Of course, records on him are somewhat vague so might have been something else, but for what we know, Ni-dominance with suppressed Se makes more sense than Fe-dominance with suppressed Ti. Two points: (1) he had a profound impact on Plato's (INFJ) philosophy more so than he had on any other major philosopher's. " It then says that "Pythagoras' cosmos was developed in a more scientific and mathematical direction by his successors in the Pythagorean tradition, Philolaus and Archytas. If you go by lower functions, I would think that Se inferior makes more sense than Ti. Obviously, he's Ni dom. INFJ makes sense. He too was a mystic and associated with a cult. Just because he thought up an extremely important mathematical theorem doesn't make him NT. Pythagoras is probably an INTJ regardleas of very little information available.

. Like I said originally, INTJ is not out of the question; I just think he's INFJ based on the information I've collected/read. He wasn't just a mathematician; he was also a mystic and moralist, and had quite a few beliefs most NTs (even of the time) would be less likely to have. I must agree with your assertion however that his credit to mathematical theorems doesn't automatically make him an NT. Here you can explore of famous people and fictional characters.. To address your points: I agree that INTJs can certainly be mystics but nonetheless disagree that Pythagoras is INTJ. No such similarities have been found between Pythagoras's philosophy and that of any other philosopher. Newton's an INTJ because he demonstrably prefers Te over Ti, Fi over Fe, and in a broader sense, T over F. F isn't equal to Religious moralistic person and T isn't necessarily a logician/scientist. INTJ is not out of the question because there isn't much information on him, but from the information that exists (he had a profound impact on Plato's philosophy, was described as a "divine" person, and believed in all sorts of metaphysics and illogical things) I think he was more of an NF than an NT. Adjectives do not define a type. Because there's so little info on him, I go by the info we have, which points toward INFJ. So even with his behavior out of equation there isn't anything particular that says Ni>Fe. If you enjoyed this entry, find out about the personality types of People of Science characters list.. I think the Ni takes precedence. You're mating behavior with typology.

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