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Agnosticism MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Agnosticism'
Agnosticism MBTI type
Realm:
Reality

Category:
Religion and Spirituality

TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 24


INTP - 15
INFP - 3
ISTP - 3
INTJ - 1
ENTP - 1
ENFP - 1

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 13


9W1 - 6
5W4 - 3
9W8 - 2
4W5 - 1
5W6 - 1

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Old (unmoderated comments)

Well, in the end, the validation of its existence may have less impact on one's life than the abitrary belief we can have now.You described classic Ne train of thoughtClassic Ti train of thought: "There probably isn't a God...

MBTI type of Agnosticism

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..eh, I don't really care.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Agnosticism...Which of the 16 personality types is Agnosticism?."I think this fits INTP best because they are inclined to think things through analytically and broadly while also being intellectually patient enough to withhold judgment until a rational argument convinces them in either direction. INTJ agnostics might be more frustrated with the fact that they don't know which is true and thus are more likely to give up on pure agnosticism and become an "agnostic atheist" or "agnostic theist."I feel like this one would fall under ISTP or INTP. I think ISTP would be the right choice because Se is concerned with the present... whereas Ne is concerned with the future. Sure, plenty of INTP's could be agnostic but the idea behind agnosticism is suspending judgment and just being in the present, not worried about what tomorrow would bring. That seems pretty ISTP to me.