On being an INTP…

I still won’t deny that I don’t think highly of MBTI since it’s not physically realized via neural structures or what have you, yet it has served me as a useful tool in diagnosing what’s wrong with my life. When treating something like a tool, I acknowledge that it is a essentially a compromise on perfect functioning. Something to augment our own limited abilities as human beings.
I see no reason to not make use of it just because it makes a lot of unaccountable inferences about human cognition.

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