Honestly I don’t see that awkward anti-social stereotype that looms over being an INTP. Type descriptions have painted you as these emotionless sentient robots, totally missing the mark that you are also socially very intelligent.Read More
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ENTJs thoroughly evaluate if their goals would truly make them happy before they set out to achieve them. You’re the living embodiment of “Be careful what you wish for.” You think through — not only...Read More
They call you the Dreamer. Yet INFPs are the realest people I’ve had the privilege to know. I mean that quite literally. Out of all the types, you most conscientiously stare in the face of...Read More
From my experience, the ones most creative at flipping the middle finger at the authority have been ISTJs. It’s done with such conviction that can only be manifested from deep inside your being. When you...Read More
It’s not uncommon for ESTPs to have many advanced degrees, speak multiple languages fluently, and excel at just about any hobbies they’re passionate about. So instead of being the dumb jock the MBTI community has...Read More
Truth in itself doesn’t hurt anyone. What matters is how it’s interpreted. It’s how it reflects on the human beings involved. And I believe out of all the types, ISFJs are the best at delivering...Read More
Out of all the types, ENFJs most vehemently press everyone to be as honest and authentic as they can be. There’s nothing more interesting than having real talk with real people. To say it’s about...Read More
The purpose of this blog is to conjoin CPT with Gödel’s incompleteness theorem and how that shapes our perceptions of reality. We don’t see all of the truth because our “incompleteness” enables us to savor our humanly limited experiences. This same limiting effect happens with our egos in terms of...Read More