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INTJ 4w3

MBTI enneagram type of INTJ 4w3 Realm:

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  • Posted on: 2018-03-23 22:21:17



    Interesting combination

  • Posted on: 2018-03-23 22:08:06

    Dralik Nu

    INTJ 3w4 or INFJ 4w3

  • Posted on: 2018-02-27 23:43:42



    Some things about 4w3 INTJ. Its hard to believe this combination exists, but it can make sense without function prejudices.

    Such a type has a strong Fi, even as they disidentify with it, and this will inevitably clash with Te. This is the most impersonal, least emotionally expressive 4. The Fi is the underlying sensitivity that alternates with the more visible insensitivity (Te). This type is highly vulnerable to criticism and rejection, even moreso than the average INTJ, But uses Te as a protective function. Any threat to their identity is reacted against in “rational” terms. They will always try to rationalize their feelings away from themselves and towards their circumstances and people around them, Will be biased to see their feelings as facts. The 3 wing has a more visible presence. The same identity fantasies are there, but will revolve more around being smarter than others (e.g. a great professor) or being an overthrower of convention (especially Sx). This type takes more concrete, strategic steps towards realizing their personal fantasies than a typical 4w3, and where a typical INTJ does the same, but towards more impersonal goals.

    This type is an idealist, usually universal ideals (Ni) that feed on felt personal experiences (Fi). A lot less rational than they let on. Kind of like an INFJ in many ways.

    • Posted on: 2018-03-23 19:32:37

      mike ike


      I've always wanted to write an INTJ 4w3 character, the combination is surely interesting but totally believable.

    • Posted on: 2018-03-24 23:15:47



      Cool! Dracula is one example. Byronic heroes are often 4w3 thinkers.