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Even when we’ve graduated beyond our insecurities, the fact that they existed at some point influences our early strategies for navigating the world.

It’s been said by some that both INTPs and INTJs can come across arrogant, which I think is a surface understanding of what’s going on with both types (even when they’re at their “I’m going to strangle you now” worst).

An INTP will unconsciously vet people for when they can and cannot be trusted with data.

For example, they may have a good friend who always knows when someone is being fake, but can’t seem to wrap their head around time.

This article is intended to be a deep-dive, side-by-side comparison of their similarities and differences.(If you’re in the middle of trying to figure out whether or not you’re an INTJ or an INTP, remember that these aren’t intended to describe your individual interests or values, but rather how the two types are ‘wired’ differently.)The Driver process can also be called the “dominant cognitive function.” It’s the mind’s first point of contact and the primary lens through which everything gets filtered.

For an INTJ, this dominant process is technically called Introverted Intuition, but we’ve nicknamed it “Perspectives.”Perspectives is a learning function (technically called a “perceiving function”), and works by watching one’s own mind form patterns.

Tesla thought up extraordinary new technologies, but the real test was whether or not those inventions actually worked. This results in two very different relationships with data.

When we’re trying to figure out our own type it can be difficult when two (or more) types fill a relatively similar role in society.

I mentioned in the article about INFPs vs INFJs that these two types are here to help us gain greater emotional intelligence, but they do so in slightly different (and necessary) ways. Both types blow me away with their ability to manage extraordinary amounts of information while trying to avoid cognitive biases.

(Not that it matters, but this can be maddening to an ENTP. Which is why INTJs unconsciously vet people for their usefulness, not the data they hold (unless that’s how the person is ‘useful’).

Understanding the difference between these two Driver functions is crucial to understanding the difference in types.

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