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Introverted Thinking (Ti)

The INTP is an internal architect that is constantly building a framework with which to hold their ideas, theories, and truths. “What’s the truth?”, “What’s logical?”, “Do I have any biases?”. These are the kinds of questions INTPs ask when they try to solve a problem or make a decision. The more unbiased and logical they can be, the more they don’t have to worry about being unfair or being impacted by personal feelings that may be inaccurate or untrustworthy. When presented with an idea, INTPs first look for any logical inconsistencies or errors that might be present.

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