I believe so. Just use the search function on here for 'official' or 'master' enneagram list for each type. Here's the ENTP one:That is huge help, thanks. Does it exist for other MBTI types as well?
I´m writing my paper while being aware of all that - mistypes are accounted for. I mainly want to compare the results I will get with results other people got . Plus, my paper will be mainly based off of licensed literature and not this survey.Just some commentary - it's completely unsolicited and probably obvious, I know, but having worked with these two theories for so long I just feel like I have to at least mention it.
The "master list" of types is very likely off and in multiple ways. There is a sizable number of people on that list who wrote their enneagram type, subsequently changed, and the list shows an out of date typing. Some "INTJ" on the list subsequently typed as other MBTI types. There are mistypes, of both MBTI and enneagram on the list for various reasons, and with people of varying degrees of certainty of their type in either system.
In particular, my opinion (which comes from observation) is that the number of INTJ's who believe they are type 5 is overstated - both in numbers and stereotypically. Many of the true INTJ 5's also think they're 5's based on a test result for something they may have filled out online - so they may not yet know why they must be a 5 and not anything else. An interesting question, if you're surveying, may be to also pair each number with an additional question(s), "how long have you studied (each theory)" and/or "by what means did you arrive at your type?" The INTJ 5's who went through enneagram literature, I think, will tell a more keen story for the correlations than would those via questionnaire.
It's funny, because a lot of people think INTJ and 5 go together because of the whole intellect trope - when it's really the habit of withholding one's engagement, knowledge or resources out of fear of depletion that makes a 5 a 5.
A 5-like trait.observation
When I first took the Enneagram test, it said it was both a 2 and 5 equally which is supposedly an anomaly. You're not supposed to be able to have two equal results.the number of INTJs who believe they are type-5 is overstated
Which ironically would be un-5-like due to that process alone being limited in scope. Much more research is required. The test is just a starting point. 5s are defined not by intellectual elitism, but by a love of the researcher's quest. What I call "the Sage's Quest."Many of the true INTJ 5s also think they're 5s based on a test result for something they may have filled out online - so they may not yet know why they must be a 5 and not anything else.
It never occurred to me to calculate that exactly."how long have you studied (each theory)"
A whole lot of honest introspection."by what means did you arrive at your type?"
I prefer terms like "analyst" or "investigator." Sounds less elitist that way. The Sage's purpose is not to hole themself up in some ivory tower. It's to use their investigative drive to improve the state of the world in some way.a lot of people think INTJ and 5 go together because of the whole intellect trope
That might be a weakness inherent to our type, but we have strengths too. If we can break through that tendency to withhold, then we can give plenty of gifts to a world that desperately needs what we have to offer. We live in a world in which the status quo is based on speed over order. We take the opposite approach in that we value order over speed. We don't leap before we look. We run the calculations first, and not strictly in a mathematical sense. Not all of us are "mathletes." We're a mix of strategists and tacticians. Some of us can do both equally, but most veer toward one or the other. It's necessary to be at least decent at the one to be proficient at the other, but it's only natural to develop a preference.it's really the habit of withholding one's engagement, knowledge, or resources out of fear of depletion that makes a 5 a 5.
That's why it's so important to encourage resistance against elitism. Hubris is nothing but a path to perdition. It's one reason why I prefer terms like "analyst" or "investigator," but my favorite term is "Sage." A Sage doesn't go around browbeating others for not knowing what they know. A genuine-article Sage just wants to steer people onto the best path for best possible results because we have a mind for prognosticating while pontificating. That sounds poetic, doesn't it?assuming that INTJ = intelligence or Five = intelligence