Dominant INTP (Critic, ILI, Balzac) subtype in Humanitarian Socionics
Encourages people to be active, but warns against useless, from his point of view, decisions or actions.
Sometimes he is very stubborn and quick-tempered if his interests are infringed upon.
Sets real goals, knows how to calculate ways to achieve them, taking into account all the details of the case. Economical, frugal, and practical. Finds a way to organize the process in the most optimal way.
He despises amateurism, but he will carefully listen to the opinion of a competent person. He can sometimes be overly picky and grumpy at work, but sometimes be kind and compliant in a friendly conversation.
Creative INTP (Critic, ILI, Balzac) subtype in Humanitarian Socionics
Quite a sociable person. Strives for intellectual innovations, strives to make acquaintances with famous people.
A person that is independent and stubborn, does not obey direct volitional influence. He cannot refrain from offensive remarks, as a result of which it is difficult for him to have an even relationship with loved ones, but he shows generosity and help in difficult situations for others.
In a good mood - an intelligent debater, has confidence. In a bad mood, he becomes very irritable and sarcastic.
Possesses the weapon of irony and cynical jokes.
Normalizing INTP (Critic, ILI, Balzac) subtype in Humanitarian Socionics
Critic Gathering, "The Collector"
Very unhurried, but thorough at work. Dislikes surprises, as well as impatient people. Loves old, familiar things and reliable, time-tested truths.
He tries to be competent in business, erudite in all matters. Interested in laws and regulations, accumulates necessary and interesting information. Notices all the contradictions and imperfections of the surrounding world.
Prefers to negotiate on mutually beneficial terms. He complies with his obligations. Polite in communication. Expects calmness and prudence from people.
Harmonizing INTP (Critic, ILI, Balzac) subtype in Humanitarian Socionics
Possesses a good memory and imagination of an architect. The world he perceives in a philosophical way. Reads and reflects a lot. All available information is used to clarify the problem. The very process of thinking interests him even more than the final mental product.
Restrained in expressing his feelings. Strong emotions drain his nervous system. Gravitates towards a smoothly flowing contemplative life. A fatalist in his soul, he feels defenseless in the face of the vicissitudes of fate.
Poorly tolerates discomfort, both external and internal. Getting ready to go, thinks through everything to the smallest detail.
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