"For me, the most rewarding moments have not always been the great moments, for what can surpass a tear on your departure, joy on your return, and a trusting hand in yours?' Sir Edmund Hillary
And I think people who want to know what an INTJ is like should just think "Vetinari". He's the platnoic ideal of INTJness, almost as if he'd been written specifically to elucidate the type.
As you'd imagine, I also have reread these books numerous times (some more than others -- and unlike other writers, Pterry generally seems to get better rather than fading as the series progresses). Some of the especially good ones have actually fallen apart from overuse (notably The Truth, Hogfather, and Thief of Time), and I've had to replace them.
Death of Rats is a hard one to type, but I'd guess SQUEEK.
Ti > Ne >> Te ~= Fe > Si > Ni > Fi ~= Se ~= 0
Death's nose isn't the right shape for INTP.
The beauty of a living thing is not the atoms that go into it, but the way those atoms are put together.
Ha. And Quoth the raven?Death of Rats is a hard one to type, but I'd guess SQUEEK.
Okay, I finally got it. Hamlet is an ENTP.
I think Ash Ketchum is ESFJ.
With Halloween approaching I thought it'd be nice to type NY's finest, The Ghostbusters:
Peter - ENTP
Ray - ENFP
Egon - INTJ
Winston - INTP
From original list:
1. House - INTJ (reminds me of most of the INTJs I know)
2. Scully - INTP
3. Mulder - ENTJ (or at least that's the feeling I got)
6. Hannibal Lecter - INTJ