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Louis C.K. MBTI

Myers Briggs type and personality details of 'Louis C.K.'
Louis C.K. MBTI type
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TOTAL MBTI VOTES: 16


INFP - 9
INTP - 3
ISTP - 3
ESTP - 1

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TOTAL ENNEA VOTES: 9


6W7 - 5
4W5 - 1
5W4 - 1
7W6 - 1
9W8 - 1

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Ne dom, maybe ENFP, idk. He seems more Fi/Te to me but I haven't seen any of his stuff in yearsI'll go with em: ENTP https://intjforum.com/topic/99722-louis-ck-type/Ah, thanks for the clarification.Ti-doms tend to be very skeptical of absolute truths, and also like to think about how people's thought processes work in perhaps a more mechanical manner.

MBTI type of Louis C.K.

. If you are familiar with Louis, you will know that he loves picking on people for being stupid so that quote is basically saying that he likes to try to understand what is going on inside the head of stupid people, so yeah perhaps in isolation it isn't as clear.Well, perhaps the quote reads differently in context but in isolation it reads like he doesn't care about whether the people's views are correct or incorrect, but only what they are like and how they think *as people.

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.* Ti would analyze how they think but to clarify the logical consistency of their (and his own) views more so than to get to know them as individuals. But it's possible in context he goes on to say that indeed is why he does it?I don't know how you can say that is *not* a Ti approach.Information about Myers Briggs Type Indicator of Louis C.K.. Maybe you can say it is more Ji in general.He's interested in putting himself in the head of other people to try find out who they really are and to see the unique way they think.Which of the 16 personality types is Louis C.K.?. That is a Fi approach, not a Ti one. (Granted, that's only one quote).He tries to understand thinking processes rather than feelings, although obviously the two can blur together. How is that Fi? I think he's a great example of someone with pretty weak Fe who processes a lot of emotional issues more logically through Ti, leading to a pseudo-Fi.I don't necessarily disagree with ISTP but @scotty your evidence for Ti is actually more like Fi.Some quotes which I think further reinforce ISTP: Ti+Se realism: "Comedy isn't polite and it isn't correct and it isn't accurate, even. It's just a mess. So that's the way that I approach it." Inferior Fe: "My ex-wife, she really didn't like the material that I did. And that's something I regret, that I wasn't more careful about making sure that she was O.K. with it. I just sort of didn't ask." Leading with Ti: "There's been a lot of simple vilification of right-wing people. It's really easy to say, 'Well, you're Christian, you're anti-this and that, and I hate you.' But to me, it's more interesting to say, 'What is this person like and how do they really think?'" Se rather than Ne: "Some entertainers don't pay attention to what's going on around them.", "The thing is, comedy's gone in a weird direction. People are really into ironic comedy and fakeness and cleverness."Lack of tact is usually the sign of a higher-level thinking function drowning out a lower-level feeling function. ISTP's are notorious for that in particular. F types devote more of their awareness to their feelings and those of others around them, even if they do it differently depending on the exact functions. I'd more likely guess either IxTJ before INFP.*we're unable to do anything about itTe in black and white manner means that it's not well developed and thus coming off as overdoing it (in Te case, being too blunt, not being tactful etc.) or underdoing it (uncaring about reality). I've watched some of his shows and he always played with the ideas that the world is a dark place, and we're able to do anything about it, e.g. his jokes about slavery is good for civilization. I have seen many INFPs like GRRM doing this in his novels too. Fi/Te axes can be like that. Ti jokes seem to be more about individual's fallacies or stupidity, but not about accepting real world's cruelty as a fact (or else, denying it entirely).ISTP can be very black and white. I think you are saying more that he is a thinker but not INTP which makes sense.Although I have doubts he's an INFP but his humor is heavily Te in black and white manner. Nothing Ti like exposing logical fallacy or human absurdity but rather stating the obvious and stark reality of the world. Some INFPs (especially male) are known to crack this kind of joke, and jester with the ideas of human's failure to deal with real world's problem.Not totally sure what his type is, but I really doubt he's an INFP honestly. His humor seems a bit indecent for an INFP and he supposedly wasn't exactly a nice guy in the early days when he worked for ConanAs a more meta observation, I don't really understand the auto-Ne typing of pretty much every comedian. Sure many are, but many aren't as well.He reminds me of STPs that I know. ISTP can have creative humor too, but it's a different kind. He talks about every day stuff and is very visual.agree with Bob. where is this INFP coming from? VWhy not? His jokes seem pretty Fi to me, very self-deprecating but also delightful.