“With Aristotle … a new cultural type was born, a model of the wise man different from that of his predecessors, and especially different from the sages.” – Carlo Natali: Aristotle: His Life and School, Princeton University Press 2013 ed., p. 2
By Ryan Smith
To our knowledge, we were the first to assess Aristotle as ENTJ. And since Aristotle is such a bedrock of the axioms of Extroverted Thinking (Te) in particular, as well as the intellectual heritage of Western civilization in general, that means that we should say a few words about why Aristotle is ENTJ. ...
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