In the book ‘Jung’s Compass of Psychological Types‘, the author, James Graham Johnston, assesses the types of the people listed below.
It should be noted that Johnston does not subscribe to the law of opposites as postulated by later theoreticians in the field. As such, his types are different and cannot be compared to the standard 16 types. For example, Johnston identifies himself as an Ni-Ti type with an Fe-Se shadow, so for example, according to his conception of function orders, his function order could be (a) Ni-Ti-Fe-Se or (b) Ti-Ni-Fe-Se, or something entirely different.
Although he agrees that there are a “primary 16” types, Johnston does not rule out that there could be more, saying, perhaps in jest, that there might as well be 2400 types in Jung’s typology when all the variations are factored in.
|Johnston himself||Ni + Ti|
|Jung||Introvert + Ti + Ni + Si*|
|Eleanor Roosevelt||Introvert + Fi|
|Chagall||Preference for N over S*|
|Vermeer||Preference for S over N*|
|Plato||Ni + Ti|
|Kant||Ti + Ni|
|Schopenhauer||Ni + Ti|
|Einstein||Introvert + Ni + Ti|
|Frank Lloyd Wright||Introvert|
|Steve Jobs||Ne (dom) + Si (aux)|
|Coco Chanel||Si (dom) + Ne (aux)|
*(Talking on the conceptual level and not necessarily the individual)