Doctor Strange (Marvel Comics)
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Yup, INTJ--confidant, arrogant, with a capability for the otherworldly and life-changing mindset. But it's funny to see two INFJs actors in the leading roles in a boxbuster movie. Have you guys seen Benedict Cumberbatch and Tilda Swinton talking? Their body language is almost synced.
Portrayed by Cumberbatch? ENTJ. And quite obvious. In the comics? I really don't know. Not thatz I dpn't know the comics...
He wanted to learn on their own simply because they thought that the way was established was inefficient for him. Not all Te-users are obligatorily in favor of authority, many are indeed quick to detect external faults and try to act on their own and establish their own idea, which is in the case of Strange.
Hmm...I'm trying to see the Te in him but he still seems like more of a Ti user to me. Only learning what he thinks is important is not an indication of Te. He was always questioning authority, questioning the way things were done and why, and preferred to teach himself and learn things his own way rather than adhere to any pre-established rules. Anyone have any other examples of why you see him as a Te user rather than Ti?
It is a clear Te-user. It is empirical and only learns what he thinks important and like to develop knowledge. For me, he developed Ne the course of the film, '' opening the mind '' and seeing new possibilities to defend the world. He is an smart ESTJ
Going purely off his portrayal in the Marvel movie that just came out, I disagree with the XXNJ votes. I see definite Ti use in him, and some sort of inferior Fe. He agrees with the Ancient One's philosophy of breaking rules for the greater good, suggesting Ti with Fe. He does things based off of whether or not they make sense to him and doesn't have much regard for any established rules (Ti). This points to XXTP, but I don't see Ne in him at all. So I'd say XSTP with well developed Ni, at least for the movie version.
HQ = INTJ Movie = ESTJ with Ne developed
INTJ not INFJ: His logic is entirely DATA based, empirical (ie Te, not Ti) and his emotions are guarded without empathy (Fi, not Fe)
Thought about it, pretty sure he's a 5. he's sure in his decisions and is very guarded about himself and so on. Sixes can be intellectual and analytical too, but 5 are more inwardly focused. For his Tritype I would say either 538 The Solution Master, or 531 Technical Expert.
Agree he is INTJ. I'm not that knowledgeable about enneagram but many factirs indicate he's in the mind triad, dominant feeling is fear, a big topic in the film. Not really a seven though :d
Being a magic-caster in fiction does not automatically make you a Feeling type. Being a Thinking type does not mean you do not have emotions. Doctor Strange has been to other realms and casts magic he knows for a fact to work. He doesn't take it on faith. He exhibits Te and Fi, not Fe and Ti. His emotions are internal, and his logic is external. He, of course, still has emotions and an ethical code, but he makes a lot more logical decisions than emotional ones. Doctor Strange is an INTJ, not an INFJ.