There would be no need for mechanics when everything becomes automated...That brilliant mechanic who pays attention to a thorough detailed inspection to your car,
I don't need a human reminder. Nor someone who knits inferior clothing to machines.that cousin who remembers everyone's birthdays and knits wonderful scarves for yours.
I'm honestly sick of this world where dreams couldn't be any farther from reality. And where humanity's suffering is perpetuated.Diversity is a good thing.
A world without variation or diversity and with INTJs? It might be as bad as chaos or just boring.
May be so... A world full of INTJs might be still be diverse but it will be restricted in a sense that we are entirely aware that there had been other types. For example, we get rid of all other types and let only INTJs survive... even so, we will still feel that humongous cut in diversity since we are perfectly knowledgeable of the diversity that had once been. Sure, the INTJ subtypes will still have the remnants of (let's say) the extremes but the entire surviving world will very much miss the extreme extremes. This idea will be entirely different though if all humans are hardwired as INTJs from the start and will give birth only to INTJ babies. Those humans will evolve somehow but will have no knowledge whatsoever about the current world we're living in now (the other types included) so the idea of restricted diversity will be pretty much nonexistent.A lot of you are pointing out the lack of diversity. Don't you think that different INTJ subgroups would evolve? We could have a new personality inventory to find the variations of the INTJs. I'm sure there'd be diversity, in a different way.
Also, I know some very caring INTJ's. I don't think people would forget birthdays.
Hahaha!We'd still have different personalities. They would be classified this way.
Man, in this new world, I'd be the INTP.
silent.What do you think it would it be like?
meh. other types take care of the stuff i don't care about, don't know how to do or just plain don't even notice. i just hate to think how many intjs it would take to screw in a simple lightbulb.We could get rid of those pesky "SF"s..