Objective “Personality Database”

Jana L. and Ryan W. launched their Objective Personality Database via Airtable. The database includes all celebrities who were typed by Objective Personality (Dave or Shannon Powers), as well as consenting members of the community who have allowed their types to be added.

Tip: For mobile users, you can access the desktop version of Chrome for mobile by clicking on the 3 dots and switching into desktop mode. Even though it is a little awkward to use, the database seems to work much better this way. To return to normal mobile experience, you will need to switch this off when you visit other websites.

Personality Database Objective

You can request to be included in the Objective Personality database via their Google form if you have been submitted by them.

Ryan and Jana invite you to reach out via their thread regarding the database if you have any queries or concerns. To do this, you will need to join Unofficial Objective Personality Group.


Types of personality. This has been floating around Twitter for a week or more, which everyone chiming in with the people/personalities/characters who share their Myers-Briggs profile. This compilation was tweeted by me, but I’ll also post it here. It’s fascinating to see different aspects of yourself in the souls of others (especially when you realize why certain characters are so easy for writers).

I am an INFJ. This means I am a wise mentor, kind soul and voice of reason. And apparently, God.

Chapter 11 examines the survey results in which 12 jurisdictions responded to legal questions in eight case studies. There are differences between the Common law traditions and Civil law traditions. Some “mixed” systems, e.g. civil law, have different systems. South Africa has regimes of personality rights. Common law countries do not. Personal attributes of individuals were not protected by personality rights as originally thought. This concept has been modified to reflect the possibility that certain personal or dignitary rights, such as a person’s name, voice, or image, could be commercially exploited and can therefore acquire a patrimonial, or economic aspect.

The Survey reveals the relationships between dignitary, patrimonial and economic aspects of personality attributes. The structure of Civil law systems that are based upon generalised rights is quite different from the Common law systems, which are based only on specific (equitable or tortious) wrongs. In Civil law systems, consent to the use of an individual’s image and the circumstances inwhich consent can be waived in return for a fee are the first steps in developing commercial (patrimonial), rights in image. However, consent in the Common law seems less important. Common law, however, focuses more on the specific wrongs that can be extended to protect dignitary as well as commercial interests in an individual’s image and other indicia.