INTPs are mostly logical minded people who are independent, unconventional and creative thinkers. They are well known for their ability to turn theories into clear understandings.
INTP – Introversion iNtuitive Thinking Perceiving
INTP is one of the Sixteen MBTI Personality Type in which the indicators are explained as below:
I (Introversion): They are quiet, reserved people, comfortable being alone.
N (iNtuitive): They are imaginative, creative and introspective people love to focus on the future instead of present.
T (Thinking): They are people make decisions based on logic. They prefer logic and facts than feelings. Ruled by the head, not the heart.
P (Perceiving): They keep options open. Adaptable and going with flow. Playful, less aware of time.
Common Traits of INTP Personality
INTPs are people who love to work on complex theoretical solutions and hate work on routine things. These people do not like to lead or follow others. They are people who doesn’t give importance to emotional considerations to decisions. May not be able to understand or realize others feelings but tolerant and flexible unless one of their firmly held beliefs has been violated. Some common traits of INTP personality type are as follows:
- Values intelligence and knowledge above all else
- Loves new ideas and theories
- Good at analysis and identifying patterns
- Do not like routine things and works
- Unconventional and creative thinkers
INTP –The Thinker
INTPs are logical thinkers with an exceptional ability to analyse difficult problems, identify patterns and come up with logical explanations. They are very good at identifying patterns and picking up on discrepancies. These people are usually extremely bright, value knowledge above all else, and are able to apply logic to theories to find solutions.
Critical analysts and unconventional thinkers who loves new ideas and theories. They always think about theoretical possibilities and how to improve things.
Famous Persons with INTP Personality Type
Some famous persons with INTP personality type includes Albert Einstein, Abraham Lincoln, Socrates, Carl Gustav Jung, Charles Darwin, Adam Smith, Rene Descartes, Marie Curie, etc.