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  1. [ISTJ] Deism

    ISTJ Forum - The Duty Fulfillers
    Have any of you heard of Deism? This was precisely the type of religious belief that the Founders of America invented in The United States of America.
  2. [ISTJ] I am not quite sure

    ISTJ Forum - The Duty Fulfillers
    Perhaps, I am a Deist. After all, Christianity-- Roman Catholic Christianity in particular-- is more than a bit anti-Jewish for my taste. Moreover, despite what the Televangelist preachers lie, America was NOT founded as a Christian Nation. For, America was never meant to be either Christian...
  3. Some More Historical Figure Typing

    Guess the type
    Sir Francis Bacon - xxTJ (English Scientist, Politician, and Philosopher. Best Guess is INTJ) Aaron Burr - xNTJ (American Founding Father. Not the Musical, I've seen him typed as an ESTP) James Madison - INTx (INTP? American Founding Father. He was described as meek.) Henry Clay - ENFJ? (Famous...
  4. America is SPs CULTURE (and its GOALS)

    Myers Briggs Forum
    I should think that this is self-evident. Before stating this obvious point with observations. I think, in light of its known history, this is the surprise. So many transplanted German immigrants made up the population, when discussing what the official language should be. German was the top...
  5. [INTP] Religion: the Good, the Bad, and the Illogical

    INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    As someone who lives in The South (of the US that is) I've grown up around a lot of religious and conservative people. While I may be enforcing a stereotype, the south-east US is very very religious- so much so that I've seen other students put "because God wanted it to be like that" as an...
  6. Ridiculous Hypothetical Scenarios

    Science and Technology
    I'll start. Step 1. What if all of humanity unanimously agreed to "wall off" each continent, and destroy all evidence of their being anything beyond those walls. (think Greatest Wall of China or Attack on Titan.) Step 2. All of humanity successfully keeps their children from learning anything...
  7. Hiya! I'm Tori (New INFP Female)

    Intro
    Hi everyone! Call me Tori. I'm fifteen from the Land of the Free and I'm an INFP, but I sometimes test as an INTP. I'm here to meet new people as well as gain a deeper understanding of myself. I'm in high school, but once I'm in college I want to double major in Psychology and Sociology and...
  8. [INTP] Discussion: American Debate

    INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    The state of American debate form has devolved and been watered down to stating a point and changing it every time it's attacked until the end where you just restate yourself after having ignored the other party. I feel even, that most, at least Liberal, Americans would agree with this with a...
  9. Captain America (Comics)

    Guess the type
    I know in the movie he's very ISFJ. But in the comics or video games, he's more extraverted but I don't know if he's a F or T then.
  10. [INTP] American Pride

    INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    When I think of the US as a whole, without thinking of the smaller details, I think of: Love of freedom and free speech Music Movies Sports Guns and War Economy Crime Health Care Pride Being outwardly expressive of opinions Where do you think the deep sense of pride comes from? Is it from...
  11. [INTP] Stop SOPA/PIPA

    INTP Forum - The Thinkers
    I've seen three web sites which have either been blacked out or have taken up gray backdrops to protest these two laws. So. Any rants, people? Either about the laws or the fact that we have to deal with no English Wikipedia for a whole day. I'd imagine you guys would want to complain about...
  12. Stuxnet: Anatomy of a computer virus (video)

    Science and Technology
    Title's self-explanatory. The online availability of stuxnet was a bad, bad idea.
  13. America=Extraverted. Rest of the world=introverted. Why?

    General Psychology
    By and large, America is an extroverted society. Americans are generally viewed as outgoing, people-oriented, boisterous, friendly, and gregarious. Of course, this is a bit of a stereotype, but from what I have observed and heard, this is quite true. In other countries such as Japan, Germany...
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