And why's that? Science is governing this very discourse. Science governs your ability to type the letters that form the words that form the setences. I could go on...I always thought it was pretty cool. I'll never understand science, myself
hahaha, first of all. I love how you gived a fun answer then went on to give a really deep one. I really liked that response. I showed it to my brother...haha...also an INTP and he said he was very inspired But then he went back to studying for his MCAT. LOL.I'll answer properly..
This is why I think it is.
Our primary function is introverted thinking and our secondary function is extroverted intuition. This means we take information in from the external world around us using Ne, and process it in our heads using Ti. What is science? Is science not just the study of the world around us and theorising on how things work? It would make sense for INTPs to be interested in science, because by nature science is what we do. Whether the word 'science' existed or not, it's what we would be doing.
And why's that? Science is governing this very discourse. Science governs your ability to type the letters that form the words that form the setences. I could go on...
People 'not getting' science is more of a mystery than science itself in my opinion. No one need understand astrophysics (but I recommend trying as it's fascinating), but science is, or should be, a fundamental to everyone.
I understand your love for writing (one I share) more than I understand others' love for science. Don't get me wrong, I like science, always have, but it's more of a way to satisfy my curiosity than anything else. Never been a huge passion of mine (except when I was a little kid...I especially loved learning about space and the history of life on earth/earth itself/the unvierse...my interest started dwindling after it began getting more in-depth and technical). The appeal was the sense of wonder you get from the structural glory of the universe...how we all got here and how we all fit into it. Like others have said it would make sense for an INTP to like it because of Ti's love of understanding the principles behind things, especially abstract ones as it is coupled with an N function. Science is exactly that. I'm just not very interested in it, myself (I think even a fan would admit it can get very dry at times).haha, I guess I'm just not as into it as most. But I guess you wouldn't understand my love for writing
Because it's interesting, exciting and underdeveloped.Why do most INTPs feel a pull toward scientific stuff???