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I think what creates the most notable differences between these two types is the Ni/Te, Ti/Ne dichotomy.INTJs are Ni dominant, which means they process information by using their intuition to foresee probable outcomes.This article is intended to be a deep-dive, side-by-side comparison of their similarities and differences.(If you’re in the middle of trying to figure out whether or not you’re an INTJ or an INTP, remember that these aren’t intended to describe your individual interests or values, but rather how the two types are ‘wired’ differently.) The Driver process can also be called the “dominant cognitive function.” It’s the mind’s first point of contact and the primary lens through which everything gets filtered.As INTJs intuitively form impressions about the world, they naturally want to express them via their auxiliary Te.
And because INTJs often prefer expressing themselves orally rather than in writing, they seek out others interested in hearing their knowledge and insights (they resemble INFJs in this respect).
INTJs don’t like to learn anything that don’t have some practical use.
On the other hand, INTPs love learning just for the sake of learning and don’t need any practical reasons for it.
They’re both introverted, intuitive, and thinking types; the only difference is the perceiving/judging bit, and really, that difference should just make them an even better team, right? The easiest way to describe the difference between these two types would be to say that INTJs like to put things together and INTPs like to pull them apart.
This is just a broad generalization of how these two types tend to differ and interact. At first glance, it seems like these two should be barely distinguishable, and get along like a particularly successful bit of arson.
I have a working theory that every type in the Myers-Briggs system is integral to social ecology.