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INTP: So Logical

INTPs are complex intellectuals who love nothing more than digging into a concept and seeking truths.

They have an internal framework of knowledge and will carefully vet new information for validity because accepting false information feels wrong to INTPs on many levels. 

“Learning never exhausts the mind.”

Leonardo Da Vinci

INTPs manage to combine this rigorous analytical temperament with creativity, so it’s no wonder that numerous scientific breakthroughs are attributed to INTPs. They are adept at recognizing patterns across pools of data and prefer spending time coming up with well-thought-out, unbiased solutions rather than jumping to conclusions without knowing the facts.

Famous INTPs

  1. Albert Einstein
  2. Bill Gates
  3. Alice in Wonderland

Best matches

Relationships

When it comes to relationships, INTPs work best with partners that they can intellectually engage with. Relationship and dating dynamics don’t usually come naturally to INTPs and they’re not particularly adept at picking up on others people’s needs. The realm of irrational emotions can be both overwhelming and confusing for this type. 

Ideal date
Cosy up next to a roaring fire and get competitive with some board games.

Strengths

Analytical
INTPs are constantly questioning and challenging the world around them.
Independent
INTPs are happy in their own company and don’t need external validation.
Adaptable
INTPs are quick to understand and respond to new information and ideas.
Innovative
INTPs are original and naturally look at life from unique angles.

Weaknesses

Indecisive
INTPs find it hard to make decisions as they enjoy exploring possibilities.
Absent-minded
INTPs have busy minds which can result in difficulty concentrating.
Very private
INTPs are reluctant to share personal details which can slow bonding.
Insensitive
INTPs sometimes miss social subtleties and can be too direct with what they say.
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