Typings in ‘Jung: A Very Short Introduction’

In the book ‘Jung: A Very Short Introduction’ by Anthony Stevens, the following typings are offered to the reader. In some cases, Stevens is following in the footsteps of Jung and von Franz, echoing their typings (Voltaire, Rilke, Nietzsche, Swedenborg, Mann) but in other cases, Stevens appears to be offering his own opinion (i.e. the Anglo-Americans on the list). Needless to say, we do not really agree with Stevens, but nonetheless here are his assessments:

ENTJ / ESTJ
INTP / ISTP
ESFJ / ENFJ
INFP / ISFP
Voltaire Bertrand Russell Oscar Wilde
Lady Ottoline Morell
Mae West
Sir Thomas Beecham
Sarah Bernhardt
Neol Coward
Rainer Maria Rilke
INTJ / INFJ
ENFP / ENTP
ISTJ / ISFJ
ESTP / ESFP
Nietzsche
Swedenborg
Thomas Mann

 

1 Comment

  1. What do you guys think of Thomas Mann, Hermann Hesse and Knut Hamsun? I think Mann was INTJ.

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