This analytical personality loves to mull over things and will often wander so deeply into the recesses of their own mind that to an outsider, they may appear disinterested, detached, or even anti-social.Some of history’s most famous scientific and philosophic minds fall into the “thinker” category, such as Socrates, Sir Isaac Newton, and Albert Einstein.I wouldn't want to even TALK with someone like that at all.. I know an ESTJ in real life and they aren't like that at all.. i mean i guess it depends on who they are and everything, but a socially liberal free-thinking INTP a socially and politically conservative braindead might-as-well-be-a-child ESTJ = lots and lots of bad times. I only know one ESTJ for sure, and he still (at 55ish) throws what are basically temper tantrums when things don't go his way.I even doubt that they're actually that personality type at all, but I'm not sure. you know how they say that every girl wants to marry someone just like their dad? I honestly think they'd be pretty cool if you were their boss at a job, or something, and put out even a slight amount of effort to look like you knew what you were doing.but hard to tell on the N/S) who was a beast teaching people.
The dominant features of the personality is the introverted thinker.
The INTP is deep, private, difficult to know and extremely independent.