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Is Jurij Moskvitin INFJ or ENFP or other?

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Know your Type in Four simple questions

Question 1 of 4 – What can you relate to the most?
Are involved in what is happening outside and around them
Are immersed in own world of thoughts and feelings
Question 2 of 4 – What can you relate to the most?
Wonder mostly about the past or the future
See everyone and sense everything

Question 3 of 4 – What can you relate to the most?

You connect deeply with others, sharing their joys and sorrows as your own. You share your feelings freely, fostering connection.


You approach the world with logic and reason, seeking clarity and understanding. You focus on facts and enjoy dissecting puzzles and historical events.

Question 4 of 4 – What can you relate to the most?
Plan ahead but act impulsively following the situation
Plan a schedule ahead and tend to follow it

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Name Jurij Moskvitin
Profession Pianist
Date of Birth 1938-01-06
Place of Birth Denmark
Age 67 yrs
Death Date 2005-05-25
Birth Sign Capricorn

About Jurij Moskvitin

Classical musician, composer, philosopher, mathematician, and boheme known for his Essay on the Origin of Thought from 1974.

Jurij Moskvitin

He was a student at The Royal Danish Academy of Music and later graduated from the University of Copenhagen with a Master s degree in Philosophy.

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He was featured in En aften i november, a documentary.

His mother was a Russian aristocrat and his father a Danish civil engineer.

He and his close friend, Danish author Karen Blixen, once met Igor Stravinsky while he was at the Copenhagen City Hall.

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Reviewed by: Johansson M, PsyD

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  1. I might think, INFP as was... Shakespeare and... Charles Schultz.