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Elliot Alderson MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Elliot Alderson'
Elliot Alderson MBTI type

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ISTP - 1

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One of his greatest triggers for starting all the mess was to eliminate Angela's debt and overall free people from corporations rather than a personal vision on how the world should be. In fact, when he criticizes the fakeness of social medias may indicate Fi, which is common to INTP have good developed too. He hacks people because it's a way he found to feel more conected with them. There is a scene where he imagines how his life would be if he had real relationships with people.

MBTI type of Elliot Alderson

. I don't see Fi neither Se in him. Like "iamjoey31" said, he reminds his past in a subjective way (Si).

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. And there is the fact INTPs can have good developed Te too. Furthermore, I don't see the arrogance someone below said he has, I found he very flexible, relaxed and he is not self-confident at all, he doubts himself all the time.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Elliot Alderson. I Watched eps 1&2 and he seems INTP to me, an unhealthy one with Ti-Si loop. He also has some Fe moral code.Which of the 16 personality types is Elliot Alderson?. I had voted INTJ before but in some instances he is completely INTP to be honest. I don't think we can make a complete and irrefutable argument for either type. I personally see many signs of inferior Se and dominant Ni in him, with some signs of Ti and Fi, none so ever for Ne. Also I see a surge in certain votes from what I remember from last time. I was going to comment, the came across "iamjoey31" 's comment, you truly spared me the trouble. I believe that anyone who feels like refuting INTP votes legitimacy should try and counter his presented arguments first, set aside the fact that there has been a vote spam or not. Reading the comments, it seems like INTP was spammed at least 7 times, maybe even more. I don't understand what the INTP votes are about at all. It's as if people think that hackers are automatically INTP. Yes, INTPs are the most likely to just randomly hack stuff for the fun of it, but Elliot shows a purpose with all his hacks. I think judging off his mental state it's hard to say with 100% clarity which INJ he is, but I am fairly certain it is INTJ. Looking at socionics we see that Ti is the major function playing in the Id block of an INTJ. And while we do not see Te in action we have to assume that that is very much something which takes over when he becomes Mr. Robot. And why might we say Fi. in this same episode from last week he has that flash to the future where he is sitting eating somewhere as the world before them falls down, enjoying each other's company. To me that seems indicative of a low level Fi. To have those desires within him that are positive. He uses Ni, Ti and Fi mainly. Sometimes Te. But his Fe is very weak and Fe stuff is one of his major problem so INFJ is out of the question. INTJ fits the best. And he researches everything, collects informations about people and thinks he knows them (without giving an interest in their emotions), thinks emotions are weakness or doesn't matter and is more interested in dealing with informations about people than actually them which is more of a NT thing overall. But i think he is INFJ more than INTJ, his inner monologue are very Ti for me. I think actions, habits etc. speak louder than words in terms of MBTI, so I would go with INTJ for Elliot as he's an excellent hacker, quite douchy (for example to his drug dealer girlfriend :( :( :() yet very obviously Fi-driven (INTJ) rather than Fe-driven (INTP). With that said, he does have Fi superpowers for no reason, for example being able to read people as well as he does and his idealism. Honestly I think this is because the director/writer of the show is likely an INFP, or at least ENFP. It's this emotionally driven remix of all kinds of cool movies (Kubrickian shots, Fight Club's plot, American Psycho villain, etc. ). He laments at society for being fake and in his mind is the proverbial blame of big corporations. Yet despite this, at his core, he did his hack to "save the world". The reason I see him primarily as an FiNe user instead of a NiTe user is simply that he lacks the vision, force of will and tactiturn strength of an NTJ user. fsociety is an Ne rebel group, not an Ni; it doesn't create controlled chaos which it takes advantage of a la Littlefinger that you would expect of an NTJ but it's very random, chaotic. And when you look at Elliot as a leader, he does the bark of a Te user, he's not aggresively calling shots, systematically organizing the group and setting up their vision, which seems very shaky and poor planned. Elliot is foremost a moralist hacker, much like Snowden who's typed between INTJ and INFP and I think that's where the debate on his character should be headed. Introverted Thinking (Ti): First and foremost, Elliot is an information gatherer. He spends huge amounts of time on his computer only information gathering. He researches everything he hears about, and he hacks everyone he meets or even hears about from others around him, no matter how brief their contact. Every once in a while, he does something with this knowledge, but the great majority of the time is spent just taking it in. He’s a talented hacker, and is extremely gifted in working with computers. He works well with impersonal systems, and he can always determine all of the flaws in the system. He’s a master at working out people’s passwords, able to figure them out quickly and logically. His logical abilities are a point of pride for him, to the point of sometimes feeling smarter than everyone else, underestimating others, or getting overly frustrated when his efforts aren’t working. Extroverted Intuition (Ne): For all intents and purposes, Elliot creates a whole “imaginary person” (the viewer) just to talk about his ideas with. During the monologues he frequently focuses on heavily symbolic language and over-arching ideas about society as a whole. Before the series starts, he’s content with doing what little he is doing. When it comes to ideas, Elliot seems to be influenced by external ones and to go through stages. Not only does he temporarily get obsessed with time, but his temporary obsession branches off into other symbolic realizations that aren’t really related (“We’re all living in each other’s paranoia. ”). While he does have one ending goal for the season, he goes through various stages of “should I or should I not” where he branches out and tries other stuff for a while. He also seems to see possibilities where others see inevitabilities. Robot over whether there’s only one solution because he believes there are always options available. In episode 8, he talks about how he wishes he could just come to one easy solution instead of having a “cluttered mind”. Otherwise, he can only make generalizations or just gets frustrated (such as when he can’t hack Michael Hansen in episode 1). He sometimes questions his assumptions. In episode 5, after running into Tyrell again, he asks a ton of internal questions before deciding that, “Shit, he’s gonna kill me. ”, his Ne jumping to the worst possible conclusion without all the information. Robot to hack, he finds him unpredictable and constantly asks him (Ti) about his motivations. In episode 1, when he’s reading people like Colby, he references knowing these things due to making connections between the fact that he uses a Blackberry and other external clues given by Colby’s appearance and behavior. In episode 1, when his psychiatrist is upset over losing her boyfriend, he cites knowing due to clues such as her eyes on top of the fact that he was the one who asked the boyfriend to tell her. Introverted Sensing (Si): Elliot does not view his past objectively. Robot about his father (Episode 2), he gives a version of the events that’s very focused on his interpretation and feelings on the what happened. When asked if he ever considered other perspectives, he’s taken aback. He also tends to relive past experiences, rather than just remember them. He has “flashbacks” about his mother just about any time the subject comes up. His favorite movie has been Back to the Future ever since he was a very young child. He finds comfort in his childhood friend. When he’s not going there, he’s going to other spots that relate to his past. According to Shayla, he keeps routines and it disturbs her when he begins trying to break them (Episode 2). ) A very obvious tie to this is his hoodie, which he wears constantly. Even when told to take it off just about every day at work, he still wears it. All of his self-destructive behavior can be linked back to either his mental illness or his inferior Fe. He lashes out physically only during emotionally explosive episodes and only takes drugs to “numb the pain”. As is mentioned above, Elliot takes drugs only because he wants to dull his emotional pain. He doesn’t know how to talk to people, despite often expressing his desires to reach out to them. He’s emotionally explosive, crying “every two weeks” (Episode 1) and often yelling at others when he is upset. It makes him uncomfortable to make huge external displays of emotions, but he has trouble controlling them. He often tries to make others comfortable by not sharing thoughts he knows would upset them, though he does not always know how. On the other hand, this same tendency sometimes causes him to stifle his feelings (often hatred, such as for others, society, and his job) and his desire to do good, because he doesn’t want to tell others about negative thoughts he has. In episode 1, when he mentions that he’s “good at reading people” he follows it up with, “I look for the worst in them. ” Aside from the inferior aspect of the Fe, Elliot also has some perks of it. It’s another reason Elliot can read people well, even though he often uses it negatively. It also plays a role in his motivations. From then on, this shows up over and over again. He takes the dog from Michael Hansen because he can’t stand seeing it mistreated. At the end of the day, when asked what his motivation is in working through fsociety (Episode 9), he replies, “To save the world. ”INTJ. INTPs, as much as they don't want to admit it, like to get recognized and accepted for their logic and logical contribution (inferior Fe). But Elliot is obviously driven by his inner vision (Ni) and personal ethic (Fi). http://funkymbtifiction. tumblr. I'll post it on here later. People should stop putting their own type on a TV character they like. He's clearly more Te/Ni/Fi than Ti/Ne/Fe. . . . . . Clearly INTJ, despite his weak Te. there's been some bad spamming on anime characters too recentlyFor admin: 7 INTP votes were spammed and thus should be removed. INTP because most introverted type. INTP crime : Hack https://s-media-cache-ak0. pinimg. jpgHmm i have to agree with kyriette here, he doesn't seem really Ti to me but clearly Fi/Te. So either INFP or INTJ and I lean towards the latter. INTP-Schizotypal type Mr. Robot says Elliot is Messy (P)He is an introvert with Ni-Fi essentially and a little bit lower Te, but he's control freak side (he wants to spy, control and know about people around him, he wants to control the quantity of drugs he's doing etc. . . .