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- May 31, 2013
Since we're talking MBTI here, Daria is such an INTP.
First time I've seen an argument for Fi, I want to say you're right but I don't remember her show as much as I recall her appearances on B&B.Definitely ISFP or INFP
She's all about Fi. She's constantly focused on her identity and she portrays a banal mask to the world. She's one of those cold Fi doms Jung talks about, the ones that look like thinkers. She never uses Ti.
The thing is those archetypes assume a healthy/positive type which isn't always reality, if she could have ASD couldn't she also have a disorder as an Fi dom?
Going to start over since I was making different points that became mixed up.You know, nobody really makes the distinction, maybe because it's easier to say someone like that is a T. But it's an interesting question. What would distinguish the Jungian types for those on the autistic spectrum? Would they be vastly different? I really don't have any idea what to think about it.
Going to start over since I was making different points that became mixed up.
1.) I think an argument for Fi such as what ILYGodney made is interesting to think about especially when you have a character who is heavily disputed like Jung himself. Plus at first glace she does seem similar to Jung's description of Fi, so maybe she might be Fi? Personally I don't know the show all too well to be confident about it.
2.) MBTI type profiles have a healthy bias which may contribute to irl mistypings. Should there be attempts at discussing how unhealthy functions or types might appear to reach a more accurate understanding of typology?
3.) If she could be asperger's like you mentioned earlier, isn't it possible that same disorder is masking another type? Or did you mean INTJ/INTP = asperger's?
Reluctantly said:What would distinguish the Jungian types for those on the autistic spectrum? Would they be vastly different? I really don't have any idea what to think about it