Lord of the Rings, JRR Tolkien
Ti: Aragorn doesn’t talk much about his thoughts, and when he does, he’s always careful to think through his thoughts before he speaks. He has an objective view of the world and is capable of making tough decisions where a others aren’t. At times, he can seem harsh, but he’s just being rational. He doesn’t like to stay in one place if he can’t learn something new or stimulate his brain. Aragorn can easily put aside his own feelings to objectively assume responsibility.
Se: Aragorn is very aware of his surroundings, and this often gets the Fellowship out of a lot of fixes. He’s fearless in battle, quick to take action, good at improvising in the moment and has no trouble thinking up and acting out solutions to immediate problems. He’s agile and able to catch his friends and save them from falling on the spur of the moment.
Ni: He can often catch on to what’s about to happen just before it does, but isn’t necessarily the best at seeing things long-term. He gets hunches about potential dangers. He also tends to simply know things without having been told. Aragorn is often afraid of the future and joins Gandalf in allowing Frodo to make the decisions. He doesn’t always trust himself –particularly with the ring.
Fe: Aragorn needs Arwen to help him talk through and understand his feelings. He often doesn’t quite understand his feelings until he’s talked through them with her. He has a desire to understand all the races in middle earth, and he tends to be pretty good at it. He catches on to the motives behind the motives that Frodo hides.
Aragorn’s MBTI type is widely debated. He’s one of those characters that gets mistyped, not based on a misunderstanding of MBTI, but on misunderstanding of the character.
He’s a pretty mysterious person, plus the fact that book Aragorn differs from movie Aragorn. One of the major differences between film/book Aragorn was that movie Aragorn was a lot more afraid to become king.
The generally debated types include ISTJ, ISFJ, ISTP, INTJ and INFJ.
First veto — not an Fi user. Ergo, we can cross the IxTJs off the list. Secondly, he’s not an F dom/aux. Ergo, no INFJ or ISFJ. Eliminate the impossible, and you get a very mature ISTP.