> [Paul Hughes]
> This is more in line with I expected of a transhumanist
> personality type - an XNTP. The NT is no surprise, however the
> predominance of the J's over P's in the latest survey is most
> surprising. I would have thought that Transhumanists would be
> more likely to suspend 'judgment' in favor of a more objective
> 'perceiving' style.
Since when is judgment less "objective" than observation? I had not earlier reported to this thread, so let me add one more INTJ to the list--and one is very, very, J. Without judgment, observation is pointless and impotent. The reason I want to be objective is so that I can make better judgments. The reason I want immortality is that I judge life to be a good thing and I want more.
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