For me he was probably a Ni lead. in the second interview he does an heavy Ni scowling. I don't know if NiTe or NiFe, i'm leaning to the second option: at 13:07 of the second interview he makes a smile that seems Fe.
"Functianalyst on March 29, 2012 at 1:17 pm said: Jung’s work does not indicate we have a tertiary function, instead a dominant, two auxiliaries and an inferior function. He does give an example in his work that thinking and sensing pair well with intuiting and feeling, with feeling being the least used. So as usual anyone using the MBTI system will automatically conclude that ones type changed instead of realizing that one as developed a function-attitude enough to make it differentiated and conscious.
In conclusion and for whatever reasons, people surmise Jung changed from ISTP to INTP instead of appreciating he was always ISTP and developed his intuition."
Agreed! That is why imo, it would be better to use classifications such as Ti(Se-Ni), Fe(Si-Ne), Se(Fi-Te). with Jung being Ti(Se-Ni), Justin Bieber Se(Ti-Fe), etc. just my thoughts, each person has a different take on this...
Last Edit: Jun 11, 2013 11:01:45 GMT -5 by morsecode