- File Size: 850 KB
- Print Length: 146 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0979216826
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- Publisher: Inquire Books (December 1, 2013)
- Publication Date: December 1, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00H7NWLJ6
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I won't touch upon the specifics of the book as I'm sure this has been covered by other reviews. Instead I will explain why I consider this book a must read for INTPs.
First off, I discovered Jungian personally theory nearly seven years ago. I've become well acquainted with the functions and types, especially my own. Over the years, I've been obsessively working to understand myself and develop as a person. That being said, I was still impressed by the accuracy, insight, and value of this book.
What makes this book so great is that the author is clearly an INTP who has put much time and effort into understanding his personality type and has gained insight into the implications (regarding careers, relationships, personal discovery and fulfillment) of these discoveries. His explanations of the intimate differences between similarly typed personalities also solidified, once and for all, that I am INTP. I feel much more secure about my relationships, lifestyle choices, and career goals because of this book. More importantly, I feel more at ease with any feelings of meaninglessness that I've felt, feel, or may feel in the future.
Read Nietzsche or Sartre to contemplate on the meaning (or lack thereof) of life. Read this book to discover the meaning of an INTP life.