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So, we're arguing on the same side. I'm making the argument that no one could be 100% positive they are INTJ—thus, no one could be 100% predisposed to acting in a way consistent with the profile. It seems like many of the people commenting on the thread make the argument that they are biologically bound to act in a way consistent to the profile, which is bullshit.
We can choose a profile that is the most consistent with our behavior as it stands, but even then, the level of certainty is infinitesimal; it becomes more of a self-fulfilling prophecy. Which ties in to my reasoning that ultimately, it can't be used as rationalization or justification of overall shitty behavior toward other humans.