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Best INTJ Books – TOP 100 List (Vote For Your Favorite!)

By on April 25, 2017

Welcome to the ultimate list of best INTJ books!

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How this list was made?

This list was made by researching various INTJ forum threads and by making Facebook and E-mail list surveys for INTJs.

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You can up-vote and down-vote books in this list. However, system isn’t automatic and I’ll have to manually update book positions.

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  1. 1984

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    Author: George Orwell
    Genre: Political satire

    Learn more at:
    1984 (Signet Classics)


  2. Sherlock Holmes

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    Author: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
    Genre: Detective

    Learn more at:
    The Complete Sherlock Holmes (2 Volumes)


  3. Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking

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    Author: Susan Cain
    Genre: Behavioral psychology

    Learn more at:
    Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking


  4. Animal Farm

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    Author: George Orwell
    Genre: satire

    Learn more at:
    Animal farm: A Fairy Story


  5. The Lord Of The Rings (Series)

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    Author: J. R. R. Tolkien
    Genre: Fantasy

    Learn more at:
    The Hobbit and the Lord of the Rings (the Hobbit / the Fellowship of the Ring / the Two Towers / the


  6. The Art Of War

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    Author: Sun Tzu
    Genre: Philosophy

    Learn more at:
    The Art of War: The Original Edition


  7. Pride and Prejudice

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    Author: Jane Austen
    Genre: Classics

    Learn more at:
    Pride and Prejudice


  8. Harry Potter (Series)

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    Author: J. K. Rowling
    Genre: Fantasy

    Learn more at:
    Harry Potter Paperback Box Set (Books 1-7)


  9. The Count of Monte Cristo

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    Author: Alexandre Dumas
    Genre: Classics

    Learn more at:
    The Count of Monte Cristo (Penguin Classics)


  10. The Prince

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    Author: Niccolò Machiavelli
    Genre: Political history

    Learn more at:
    The Prince


  11. Ender’s Game (Series)

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    Author: Orson Scott Card
    Genre: Science fiction

    Learn more at:
    Ender’s Game (The Ender Quintet)


  12. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

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    Author: Douglas Adams
    Genre: Science fiction/ Satire

    Learn more at:
    The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy


  13. Thus Spoke Zarathustra

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    Author: Friedrich Nietzsche
    Genre: Modern philosophy

    Learn more at:
    Thus Spoke Zarathustra: A Book for Everyone and No One (Penguin Classics)


  14. Brave New World

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    Author: Aldous Huxley
    Genre: Classics

    Learn more at:
    Brave New World


  15. The Time Machine

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    Author: H. G. Wells
    Genre: Science Fiction

    Learn more at:
    The Time Machine (Dover Thrift Editions)


  16. The Name of the Rose

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    Author: Umberto Eco
    Genre: Mystery

    Learn more at:
    The Name of the Rose


  17. Crime And Punishment

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    Author: Fyodor Dostoyevsky
    Genre: science fiction

    Learn more at:
    Crime and Punishment


  18. Fahrenheit 451

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    Author: Ray Bradbury
    Genre: Science Fiction

    Learn more at:
    Fahrenheit 451


  19. The Picture of Dorian Gray

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    Author: Oscar Wilde
    Genre: Literature

    Learn more at:
    The Picture of Dorian Gray (Dover Thrift Editions)


  20. A Brief History Of Time

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    Author: Steven Hawking
    Genre: Science

    Learn more at:
    A Brief History of Time


  21. The Shining

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    Author: Stephen King
    Genre: Horror

    Learn more at:
    The Shining


  22. The Silence of the Lambs (Hannibal Lecter)

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    Author: Thomas Harris
    Genre: Psychological thriller

    Learn more at:
    The Silence of the Lambs (Hannibal Lecter)


  23. The 48 Laws Of Power

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    Author: Robert Greene
    Genre: Social philosophy

    Learn more at:
    The 48 Laws of Power


  24. A Game Of Thrones (Series)

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    Author: George R. R. Martin
    Genre: Fantasy

    Learn more at:
    A Game of Thrones


  25. The Republic

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    Author: Plato
    Genre: Political

    Learn more at:
    The Republic


  26. Foundation (Series)

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    Author: Isaac Asimov
    Genre: Science fiction

    Learn more at:
    Foundation (7 Book Series)


  27. Dune

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    Author: Frank Herbert
    Genre: Science fiction

    Learn more at:
    Dune


  28. And Then There Were None

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    Author: Agatha Christie
    Genre: Detective

    Learn more at:
    And Then There Were None


  29. Thinking, Fast And Slow

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    Author: Daniel Kahneman
    Genre: Psychology

    Learn more at:
    Thinking, Fast and Slow


  30. Man’s Search for Meaning

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    Author: Viktor E. Frankl
    Genre: Psychoanalysis

    Learn more at:
    Man’s Search for Meaning


  31. Tao Te Ching

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    Author: Lao Tzu
    Genre: Spirituality

    Learn more at:
    Tao Te Ching: A New English Version (Perennial Classics)


  32. Outlander

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    Author: Diana Gabaldon
    Genre: Fiction novel

    Learn more at:
    Outlander


  33. The Name Of The Wind

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    Author: Patrick Rothfuss
    Genre: Fantasy

    Learn more at:
    The Name of the Wind


  34. War And Peace

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    Author: Leo Tolstoy
    Genre: Classics

    Learn more at:
    War and Peace (Vintage Classics)


  35. Siddhartha

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    Author: Hermann Hesse
    Genre: Classics

    Learn more at:
    Siddhartha


  36. Steppenwolf: A Novel

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    Author: Hermann Hesse
    Genre: Classics

    Learn more at:
    Steppenwolf: A Novel


  37. Atlas Shrugged

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    Author: Ayn Ran
    Genre: Classics

    Learn more at:
    Atlas Shrugged


  38. Hagakure: The Secret Wisdom of the Samurai

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    Author: Yamamoto Tsunetomo
    Genre: Strategy

    Learn more at:
    Hagakure: The Secret Wisdom of the Samurai


  39. Chaos: Making a New Science

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    Author: James Gleick
    Genre: Physics > Chaos Theory

    Learn more at:
    Chaos: Making a New Science


  40. The Wheel Of Time (Series)

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    Author: Robert Jordan
    Genre: Fantasy

    Learn more at:
    The Wheel of Time, Boxed Set I, Books 1-3: The Eye of the World, The Great Hunt, The Dragon Reborn


  41. I Am Legend

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    Author: Richard Matheson
    Genre: Horror

    Learn more at:
    I Am Legend


  42. Nausea

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    Author: Jean-Paul Sartre
    Genre: Classics

    Learn more at:
    Nausea (New Directions Paperbook)


  43. The Introvert Advantage: How Quiet People Can Thrive in an Extrovert World

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    Author: Marti Olsen Laney
    Genre: Psychology

    Learn more at:
    The Introvert Advantage: How Quiet People Can Thrive in an Extrovert World


  44. Leviathan

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    Author: Thomas Hobbes
    Genre: Political

    Learn more at:
    Leviathan (Penguin Classics)


  45. A Thousand Splendid Suns

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    Author: Khaled Hosseini
    Genre: War genre fiction

    Learn more at:
    A Thousand Splendid Suns


  46. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Millennium Series)

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    Author: Stieg Larsson
    Genre: Thriller

    Learn more at:
    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Millennium Series)


  47. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life

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    Author: Mark Manson
    Genre:  Motivational

    Learn more at:
    The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life


  48. The God Delusion

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    Author: Richard Dawkins
    Genre:  Atheism

    Learn more at:
    The God Delusion


  49. The Trial

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    Author: Franz Kafka
    Genre: Classics

    Learn more at:
    The Trial


  50. Edgar Allan Poe: Complete Tales and Poems

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    Author: Edgar Allan Poe
    Genre: Classics

    Learn more at:
    Edgar Allan Poe: Complete Tales and Poems


  51. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry Into Values

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    Author: Robert M. Pirsig
    Genre: Philosophy/ Travel

    Learn more at:
    Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance: An Inquiry Into Values


  52. MaddAddam (The Maddaddam Trilogy)

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    Author: Margaret Atwood
    Genre: Post-Apocalyptic

    Learn more at:
    MaddAddam (The Maddaddam Trilogy)


  53. The Stranger

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    Author: Albert Camus
    Genre: Classics

    Learn more at:
    The Stranger


  54. Critique of Pure Reason

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    Author: Immanuel Kant
    Genre: Philosophy
    Learn more at:
    Critique of Pure Reason (The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Immanuel Kant)


  55. The Brothers Karamazov

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    Author: Fyodor Dostoevsky
    Genre: Classics
    Learn more at:
    The Brothers Karamazov


  56. The Martian

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    Author: Andy Weir
    Genre: Science Fiction
    Learn more at:
    The Martian


  57. The World as Will and Representation

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    Author: Arthur Schopenhauer
    Genre: Philosophy
    Learn more at:
    The World as Will and Representation, Vol. 1


  58. Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future

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    Author: Ashlee Vance
    Genre: Biography
    Learn more at:
    Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future


  59. The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich

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    Author: Timothy Ferriss
    Genre: Business & Money
    Learn more at:
    The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich


  60. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change

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    Author: Stephen R. Covey
    Genre: Self-Help
    Learn more at:
    The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change


  61. The Da Vinci Code

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    Author: Dan Brown
    Genre: Mystery

    Learn more at:
    The Da Vinci Code


  62. How To Win Friends And Influence People

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    Author: Dale Carnegie
    Genre: Self-help

    Learn more at:
    How to Win Friends & Influence People


  63. The Alchemist

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    Author: Paulo Coelho
    Genre: Spirituality

    Learn more at:
    The Alchemist


  64. New World Order

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    Author: A. Ralph Epperson
    Genre: Political Science

    Learn more at:
    New World Order


  65. Gone Girl

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    Author: Gillian Flynn
    Genre: Thriller

    Learn more at:
    Gone Girl


  66. Hunger Games (Series)

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    Author: Suzanne Collins
    Genre: Survival genre fiction

    Learn more at:
    Hunger Games Trilogy (3 Book Series)


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    • Lord Vats

      YES!
      And I’d say check out all of Cal Newport’s books. The man is a scientist who writes about pragmatic and practical ways to improve and better yourself, unlike the self help crap you see others peddling. Think of him as a Malcolm Gladwell for students and young professionals. His latest book “Deep Work” is quite enlightening. And if you’re in college, definitely check out “How to Win at College” and “How to be a straight A student”.

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    Mastery by George Leonard

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    The Bible and Centennial by James Michner

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      • Rajat Sinha

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  • Icebender 444

    “48 Laws Of Power” and “The are of War” DEFINITELY YES.

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  • Minerva Bender

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  • Emilyanne Atkinson

    If you’ve read all of these and crave more intellectual stimulation, might I suggest “The Devil in the White City: Murder, Magic, and Madness at the Fair That Changed America” by Erik Larson. For any of us Architects who aspire to build something great, this is the story of the real life architects of the Chicago World’s Fair. It is also the story of a great destroyer.

    https://www.amazon.com/Devil-White-City-Madness-Changed/dp/0375725601

  • Anne Nominus

    Red Rising trilogy. Shows us what happens if we don’t keep our arrogance in line- or if we reach our full potential.

  • The Dancing Wu Li Masters by Gary Zukav

  • Hadrian VII.

    I don’t quite get why Dan Brown is in this list. Everything I’ve read of him was just an intellectual insult.

  • Suha Hussain

    Ender’s Game

  • Lord Vats

    There are a lot of good books, but at the same time, there are a lot of books that are utter crap. As an INTJ, I think I have an idea about what my brethren would like.
    Personally, I enjoy Literature and Philosophy most of all, but if I had to choose from other genres then they would be History, Political Science, Psychology, and Economics. The list has several good books from notable philosophers like Schopenhauer, Sartre, and Nietzsche, but there can be more. If I had to make a ranking, it’d go something like:
    #1 (or 2) The Brothers Karamazov – It is the best novel ever written, undoubtedly. Ask any literature enthusiast, ask any philosophy enthusiast.

    #2 (or 1) In Search of Lost Time – Only other book that can lay the claim to the “best novel ever written”, but you only have Literature enthusiasts vouching for it.

    #3 Everything by Nietzsche – Seriously. Reading him is addictive and you just can’t read one of his books and not read the others. The man was not only a philosopher but a man light years ahead of his time, he talked about failure and suffering long before it was fetishized in the mainstream, he understood INTJs the best. “Beyond Good and Evil” is a good starting point, read “Thus Spoke Zarathustra” somewhere in between and end with “On the Genealogy of Morality”. This is the only coherent and ascending (difficulty wise) reading order.

    #4 Being and Nothingness – The best work on existentialism, period. Of course you’d have to be well versed with Heidegger before you can comprehend Sartre, but so what? As an INTJ you’d like an intellectual challenge. And if Sartre is too much, try Camus’ novels and “The Myth of Sisyphus” for your dose of existentialism. I think every INTJ should be acquainted with existentialist philosophy.

    #5 The Republic, The Prince, and Leviathan – Yes all 3 are needed to be read to be able to discuss political philosophy and poly science in general. You can’t have political opinions or how the world should be run if you don’t have a solid foundation, or else your opinions would be just like those of the normal populace (i.e. arrogance backed by ignorance).

    A special shout out to “Ender’s Game” series. Ender is an unfettered
    (http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/TheUnfettered)
    basically what every INTJ aspires to be someday. To be “The Unfettered” is the ultimate form of self actualization for an INTJ. A secret and guilty fantasy.

    I’d finally like to add that the book by Mark Manson doesn’t belong here. That guy is a sleazy cheat that doesn’t have the balls to practice what he preaches. Ironically, his first book’s subtitle was “attracting women through honesty” and he is anything but honest. At least other PUAs are upfront about what they are and what they do; Manson is just a good marketer who simply diluted the age old PUA advice so that it’s appealing to the masses (and esp. the feminists). The last thing anyone should be doing is taking life advice from him.
    Apart from that, other books that I think aren’t worth anyone’s time are:
    The Alchemist – One of the most overrated books in existence, but everyone keeps recommending it for some god awful reason, why the fuck I don’t know. A friend of mine gifted it to me and It offended my sensibilities so much that after tearing and keeping the cover (which had his handwritten note) I threw the rest in trash. The most quoted line is something like “if you truly want something, the universe conspires to make it happen” or some shit. Well, the universe is indifferent and it seriously doesn’t give a fuck about a speck of dust (which is what we are) in existence.

    Zen and the Art… – Just fucking crap. You dilute philosophy to its most impure level and sell it as “philosophy for everyday and everyone” and you’ll get Zen and the Art of motorcycle maintenance. It’s not even real philosophy, just some feel good shit mixed up with some made up crap. Don’t believe me? Just go to any decent philosophy discussion board/forum and they’ll tell you the same thing.

    7 Habits … – INTJs don’t need any of the self help crap, and believe me, that’s what this book is although the author has tried his hardest to mislead everyone with the title. It just seems that it’s a productivity book. If you want to improve yourself, just read a good book on Goal Setting (Brian Tracy’s good albeit a little disorganized), read “The Power of Habit”, and finally read “Willpower: Rediscovering the greatest human strength”. That’s all you need. If you still can’t improve yourself, you’d still be better off introspecting and reading books on psychology than resorting to self help crap. Really, all the self help is the same shit repackaged again and again and worded differently to be sold to people who’d rather read and procrastinate rather than get up and actually improve yourself.

  • Lord Vats

    There are a lot of good books, but at the same time, there are a lot
    of books that are utter crap. As an INTJ, I think I have an idea about
    what my brethren would like.
    Personally, I enjoy Literature and
    Philosophy most of all, but if I had to choose from other genres then
    they would be History, Political Science, Psychology, and Economics. The
    list has several good books from notable philosophers like
    Schopenhauer, Sartre, and Nietzsche, but there can be more. If I had to
    make a ranking, it’d go something like:
    #1 (or 2) The Brothers
    Karamazov – It is the best novel ever written, undoubtedly. Ask any
    literature enthusiast, ask any philosophy enthusiast.

    #2 (or 1) In
    Search of Lost Time – Only other book that can lay the claim to the
    “best novel ever written”, but you only have Literature enthusiasts
    vouching for it.

    #3 Everything by Nietzsche – Seriously. Reading
    him is addictive and you just can’t read one of his books and not read
    the others. The man was not only a philosopher but a man light years
    ahead of his time, he talked about failure and suffering long before it
    was fetishized in the mainstream, he understood INTJs the best. “Beyond
    Good and Evil” is a good starting point, read “Thus Spoke Zarathustra”
    somewhere in between and end with “On the Genealogy of Morality”. This
    is the only coherent and ascending (difficulty wise) reading order.

    #4
    Being and Nothingness – The best work on existentialism, period. Of
    course you’d have to be well versed with Heidegger before you can
    comprehend Sartre, but so what? As an INTJ you’d like an intellectual
    challenge. And if Sartre is too much, try Camus’ novels and “The Myth of
    Sisyphus” for your dose of existentialism. I think every INTJ should be
    acquainted with existentialist philosophy.

    #5 The Republic, The
    Prince, and Leviathan – Yes all 3 are needed to be read to be able to
    discuss political philosophy and poly science in general. You can’t have
    political opinions or how the world should be run if you don’t have a
    solid foundation, or else your opinions would be just like those of the
    normal populace (i.e. arrogance backed by ignorance).

    A special shout out to “Ender’s Game” series. Ender is an unfettered
    http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/
    basically
    what every INTJ aspires to be someday. To be “The Unfettered” is the
    ultimate form of self actualization for an INTJ. A secret and guilty
    fantasy.

    I’d finally like to add that the book by Mark Manson
    doesn’t belong here. That guy is a sleazy cheat that doesn’t have the
    balls to practice what he preaches. Ironically, his first book’s
    subtitle was “attracting women through honesty” and he is anything but
    honest. At least other PUAs are upfront about what they are and what
    they do; Manson is just a good marketer who simply diluted the age old
    PUA advice so that it’s appealing to the masses (and esp. the
    feminists). The last thing anyone should be doing is taking life advice
    from him.
    Apart from that, other books that I think aren’t worth anyone’s time are:
    The
    Alchemist – One of the most overrated books in existence, but everyone
    keeps recommending it for some god awful reason, why the fuck I don’t
    know. A friend of mine gifted it to me and It offended my sensibilities
    so much that after tearing and keeping the cover (which had his
    handwritten note) I threw the rest in trash. The most quoted line is
    something like “if you truly want something, the universe conspires to
    make it happen” or some shit. Well, the universe is indifferent and it
    seriously doesn’t give a fuck about a speck of dust (which is what we
    are) in existence.

    Zen and the Art… – Just fucking crap. You
    dilute philosophy to its most impure level and sell it as “philosophy
    for everyday and everyone” and you’ll get Zen and the Art of motorcycle
    maintenance. It’s not even real philosophy, just some feel good shit
    mixed up with some made up crap. Don’t believe me? Just go to any decent
    philosophy discussion board/forum and they’ll tell you the same thing.

    7
    Habits … – INTJs don’t need any of the self help crap, and believe
    me, that’s what this book is although the author has tried his hardest
    to mislead everyone with the title. It just seems that it’s a
    productivity book. If you want to improve yourself, just read a good
    book on Goal Setting (Brian Tracy’s good albeit a little disorganized),
    read “The Power of Habit”, and finally read “Willpower: Rediscovering
    the greatest human strength”. That’s all you need. If you still can’t
    improve yourself, you’d still be better off introspecting and reading
    books on psychology than resorting to self help crap. Really, all the
    self help is the same shit repackaged again and again and worded
    differently to be sold to people who’d rather read and procrastinate
    rather than get up and actually improve yourself.

  • Karl Rouze

    Superintelligence by Nick Bostrom.
    Sapiens and Homo Deus by Yuval Noah Harari.

  • Katherine Kennedy

    I Second “Devil in the White City”
    The Moonstone / Woman in White by Wilkie Collins (first detective novelist)
    Feed by M. T. Anderson
    The Time Traveler’s Wife by by Audrey Niffenegger
    Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes
    Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep by Philip K. Dick (many of his are good, though)
    Assassin’s Apprentice by Robin Hobb

  • Heather

    A Wrinkle In Time

  • SHSL Fangirl

    I recommend Fight Club. I’m surprised it isn’t on here already, actually.

  • Ruth Natasha Susanto

    The Chronicles of Narnia by C. S. Lewis

  • Lee Suryeon

    Surprisingly, I’ve seen many books I have read, or the authors I knew of. I have no English-native speaking background, but I assume INTJ could be drawn to the similar things internationally.

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  • Aj

    Anything Dostoyevsky. Wow.

  • Misty EsQui

    The Unbearable Lightness of Being

  • coment

    I cannot BELIEVE the amount of crap and “toy books” in this list! It’s insulting! And you people call yourself an INTJ but you read YA?!?!?! You are NOT smart if you’re reading that kind of garbage!

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