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Apr 14, 2017
INTPs are rational, curious, theoretical, and abstract, preferring to organize ideas rather than situations or people.
The enjoy working alone with ample autonomy for their own ideas and methods.
Introverted Thinkingwith Intuition
Are strategists strategists masters of complexity
Develop models and theories
Provide independent, critical, and logical analysis of traditions or new thoughts and systems
Find the errors of logic and the long-term consequences of plans or strategies
Brief Description of INTP
INTP The Thinker Architect Creative Logician Builder of Theories Lifes Problem Solvers Insightful Analyzers Incubate Ideas
Problem solving at a systems level
Technical knowledge and expertise
INTP Seek to develop logical explanations for everything that
Theoretical and abstract, interested more in ideas than in social interaction.
Quiet, contained, flexible, and adaptable.
Have unusual ability to focus in depth to solve problems in their area of interest.
Skeptical, sometimes critical, always analytical.
A love problem solving
In love its the mind that matters
Blueprinter of ideas
Bringing clarity and intellectualunderstanding to the principlesunderlying problems or issues,knowing that truth aids any process
INTPsLooking at larger picture
Looking at facts
Solve a problem by
Many occupations attractive to INTPs are in scientific to technical fields.
Tasks that require long-term or strategic planning conceptualization, or design are also attractive.
Many careers attractive to INTPs require prolonged periods of solitary concentration and tough minded analysis of problems.
MOST ATTRACTIVE OCCUPATIONS
Writer or Editor
Sir Charles Darwin
The Origin of Species
C. G. Jung
Sir Isaac Newton INTP
French mathematician, philosopher and inventor
French mathematician, philosopher, and scientist
who is considered the father of analytic geometry, founder of modern rationalism,father of modern science and father of
American psychologist and philosopher. A founder of pragmatism and functionalism, he developed an approach to intellectual issues that greatly influenced American thought. His works include The Principles of Psychology (1890) and The Varieties
of Religious Experience (1902).
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