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Ludwig Wittgenstein



Philosophy, Psychology, and Social Sciences

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phsc voted LII on February 11th @ 05:39:50am
phsc voted 5w4 on February 11th @ 05:39:31am
phsc voted INFJ (IDR) on February 11th @ 05:39:11am
phsc voted INTJ on February 11th @ 05:39:04am
Jacobus voted LSI on January 9th @ 04:12:07pm
Jacobus voted 1w9 on January 9th @ 04:11:53pm
tch voted INFJ (IDR) on January 2nd @ 06:19:43pm
Jacobus voted sx/sp on December 28th @ 06:17:15pm
Jacobus voted 5w4 on December 28th @ 06:13:14pm
Jacobus commented as follows on December 13th @ 09:29:23am:

MBTI-wise there's nothing Te or Fi (or Ne or Si, for that matter) about him. Look at what he wrote in his journals, in correspondences, etc.

"The World and Life are one. Physiological life is of course not "Life". And neither is psychological life. Life is the world.
Ethics does not treat of the world. Ethics must be a condition of the world, like logic.
Ethics and Aesthetics are one."
"It is true: Man is the microcosm:
I am my world."
"Frazer's account of the magical and religious views of mankind is unsatisfactory; it makes these views look like errors."

The thinkers he admired most were NF types (in both MBTI and Socionics): Kierkegaard, Dostoevsky, Augustine, and so on.


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Jacobus voted IEI on December 8th @ 10:12:32am
Jacobus voted INFJ on December 8th @ 10:11:34am
tch voted INTJ on November 10th @ 01:07:58pm
tch voted INTJ on November 10th @ 01:07:29pm
LVNA commented as follows on July 10th @ 12:18:04pm:

Hmm to me he’s like more or less a Ti sorta response to the very Te cannon that’s Anglo-American philosophy. I don’t really see him as being lost in his imagination/contemplative images or something like that. He could still be INTP by letters though perhaps. 


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diobono voted ILI on July 10th @ 08:44:49am
diobono commented as follows on July 10th @ 08:21:32am:

I don't see why lii> Ili. I am not super familiar with  his work but it's is less about constructing a system and more about deconstructing things almost like it would be a "car engine " in a way. This seems very creative Te to me.

There is not necessarily a Ti framework  of Laws from which a system is created but more of Ni first mental imagery which seems strong to me from what i have read of him. He did rely strongly on mental imagery if i recall and was not overly schematic.  He changed his mind too often to be a lii and  after the tractatus he sort of steered direction in his work in a way a socionics Ti dominant is not  likely to do . For Example Noam Chomsky and Plato who are clear LIIs. Even if their work was shifting in the course of their lives they never really just completely changed direction. Of course this is super hypothethical given i am not too familiar with him.


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fg voted LII on July 10th @ 12:44:33am
fg voted INFJ (IDR) on July 10th @ 12:44:24am
An anonymous user voted ILI on July 9th @ 12:51:36am
Zethmal voted 5w4 on July 7th @ 10:13:53pm
Zethmal voted INTJ on July 7th @ 10:13:43pm
Diobono commented as follows on June 24th @ 06:58:13am:

Pure ni-ti that would fit into Idr's Infj like Plato and Spinoza. But would never test as a f at all in any way. (Reminds me of my type that is similar)


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Diobono voted sx/sp on June 24th @ 06:56:16am
Diobono voted 5w4 on June 24th @ 06:56:06am
Diobono voted INTx on June 24th @ 06:55:57am
Diobono voted INFJ (IDR) on June 24th @ 06:55:30am
LVNA voted LII on June 24th @ 03:38:55am
LVNA voted sp/so on June 24th @ 03:38:45am
LVNA voted 5w4 on June 24th @ 03:38:37am
LVNA voted INTJ on June 24th @ 03:38:23am