The god-like attitude of some architects?

The god-like attitude of some architects?

Postby KerryBog2 » Mon Apr 05, 2010 12:19 am

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Re: The god-like attitude of some architects?

Postby onq » Mon Apr 05, 2010 10:00 am

Do you mean in terms of Christ's fate, to be disowned by those who claimed to love him - people he taught and uplifted - to be left without protection from the mob by the supreme authority in the land - to be beaten, humiliated, tortured, abandoned and strung up on a cross to die, to rely on the kindness of strangers for the burial of his body, to rest entirely on the grace of God for his salvation?

I see what you mean.

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Re: The god-like attitude of some architects?

Postby apelles » Tue Apr 06, 2010 12:30 am

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David West Keirsey

The Architect Rational is one of the 16 role variants of the Keirsey Temperament Sorter, a self-assessed personality questionnaire designed to help people better understand themselves. David Keirsey originally described the Architect role variant; however, a brief summary of the personality types described by Isabel Myers contributed to its development. Architects correlate primarily with the Myers-Briggs type INTP.


Architects are introspective, pragmatic, informative, and attentive. The scientific systemization of all knowledge, or Architectonics, is highly developed in Architects, who are intensely curious and see the world as something to be understood. Their primary interest is to determine how things are structured, built, or configured. Architects are designers of theoretical systems and new technologies. Rearranging the environment to fit their design is a distant goal of Architects.

Architects are logically and verbally precise. In casual conversations, they may be tempted to point out errors the other speaker makes, with the simple goal of maintaining clarity within the exchange. In serious discussions, Architects' abilities to detect distinctions, inconsistencies, contradictions, and frame arguments gives them an enormous advantage. In debates, Architects can sometimes be devastating, or alienate themselves from the group with overly logical arguments.

Architects tend to analyze the world in depth. They prefer to quietly work alone and they may shut other people out if they are focused on analysis. This, coupled with the fact that Architects are often quiet, makes it difficult for other individuals to get to know them. In social exchanges, Architects are more interested in informing others about what they have learned than they are interested in directing the actions of others.

Credentials or other forms of traditional authority do not impress Architects. Instead, logically coherent statements are the only things that seem to persuade them. Architects highly value intelligence, and can be impatient with people with less ability than they have. Architects often perceive themselves as being one of the few individuals capable of defining the ends a society must achieve and will often strive to find the most efficient means to accomplish their ends. This perspective can make Architects seem arrogant to others.

Notable Architects
According to Keirsey, Albert Einstein may have been an Architect.

For illustrative purposes, Keirsey and his son, David M. Keirsey, have identified well-known individuals whose behavior is consistent with a specific type. Unless otherwise noted, the categorization of the individuals below, whether living or dead, as Architects is a matter of expert opinion rather than the result of actual testing of the named individual.
Note that Jesus isn't on the list.

* Albert Einstein
* David Keirsey
* Robert Rosen
* George Soros
* Gregory Peck
* James Madison
* Ludwig Boltzmann
* Charles Darwin
* Adam Smith
* Thomas Jefferson
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Re: The god-like attitude of some architects?

Postby missarchi » Tue Apr 06, 2010 11:56 am

Yes and tunnel vision...
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