An INTJ Quote – Harlan Ellison You are not entitled to your opinion. You are entitled to your informed opinion. No one is entitled to be ignorant. Harlan Ellison Share this:TumblrTwitterPinterestFacebookPrintPocketEmailRedditLike this:Like Loading... Related Celebrate Life (…. Tears in My Eyes) Your mega summer reading list: 200 books recommended by TEDsters Categories: INTJ and INTPTags: Harlan Ellison, INTJ, Personality type, Quotes 12 replies › KhanlockedAngela March 30, 2014 • 23:06 This INTJ loves this a lot. Too many people now days have their opinions and think that is ALL they need: Sure, everyone is entitled to their own opinion. But NO ONE is entitled to be ignorant. Reply ↓ Jenna @ MyMissingFactor July 5, 2013 • 01:13 How perfect! I’m jumping up and down shooting off fireworks on the inside for how much my brain loves this. On the outside I’m blankly typing (of course). Reply ↓ annesquared July 5, 2013 • 13:30 How INTJ of you 😉 Thanks for the fun comment, Jenna!! Reply ↓ Ruhan Robinson June 17, 2013 • 02:17 As an INTJ, I must say that I cannot agree more! Reply ↓ annesquared June 17, 2013 • 05:46 And I cannot disagree 😉 Reply ↓ Helen Devries June 1, 2013 • 14:54 Superficially attractive…in the context of people who have the chance of a real education. Underlying it is the question of opinion forming when society is totalitarian, when society is split between those who have access to the skills of sifting evidence and those who are excluded from same. Reply ↓ annesquared June 1, 2013 • 17:05 Hi Helen. I appreciate what you are saying. The quote needs to be kept in context of the INTJ personality type. An INTJ would not be critical of a person who did not have an education or access to information (circumstances beyond their control.) The quote is twofold – it comments on the INTJ’s ability to recognize inconsistencies in logic or patterns, and their ability to learn the information to understand the entire situation. As Pat said in her comment above, “many opinions that are merely parroting of someone’s rhetoric.” And that is the frustration INTJ’s have with the “uninformed” opinion. To address the issue of forming an informed opinion in a totalitarian society – This INTJ would ask: which totalitarian regime or level of totalitarianism are you referring to? An informed opinion is possible, but speaking it aloud may not be a good idea. Reply ↓ Helen Devries June 2, 2013 • 08:37 It’s the opportunity or lack of it to arrive at an informed opinion which is vital. I take your point that you are speaking within a format, but i do wonder about the actual usefulness of the format…but i’m happy to learn! Reply ↓ lucewriter May 31, 2013 • 12:19 ah, this INTJ loves it! Reply ↓ annesquared June 1, 2013 • 17:06 Good! Reply ↓ Pat May 31, 2013 • 08:44 Agree with this–way too many opinions that are merely parroting of someone’s rhetoric Reply ↓ annesquared May 31, 2013 • 11:15 🙂 🙂 Reply ↓ Thoughts, ideas, questions? - Love to know what is on your mind! Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.