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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalach View Post
    INTPs are entertained when other people fail.
    That must be why we you so much. You provide us with hours of entertainment!
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    We need more whistle-blowers.

    PS. Schneier is INTP too.
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    He's pretty sound on plans, as it goes.

    Have you considered that things that sound weird to you sound perfectly reasonable to normal people (and vice versa)?
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    Of course you are right. What's the point in feeling bad when everything is sufficiently ambiguous so as to make self-righteousness justifiable, especially when nobody else is likely to have the motivation to counter you? You are right. You are right. You are right. You are right. Oh wait, this kind of confirmation bias increases the probability that you will be wrong in the future. So why are chanting about how right you are again?

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    Personally I feel like I've entertained this line of reasoning more than long enough. It's quite clear to me that one of your goals is to boost yourself while disparaging other types. To make yourself feel more rational and superior to others. I'm not sure why you'd expect we would engage you in such an endeavor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalach
    suck an egg Ti-ist
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    beyond your grasp
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    You're honestly not good at it.
    You have confirmation bias (it's actually quite similar to a disease). There's little point in engaging you. It is quite ironic, given the content of your posts, how far away your thinking process is from being rational. http://lesswrong.com

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    We have sleepovers an a'thing.
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    If that's an example of a plan, then no, he's not. The test of planning is when you make up some new mechanism to deal with something that hasn't happened before. In that sense, a conservative list of recommendations is not a plan.
    Ok. It's about as close as I'd ever want to get to a plan, so it's all good.

    What think you of Mr Snowden's planning gifts? I see you've stopped arguing for his type and have resorted to denigrating the competition instead.
    Smells like defeat...

    Have you considered that thing about facts yet? Still haven't seen any TPs address the facts of facts. It's written into typology that you'll have a weird approach to what's "there" - that jolly Si function, which by definition warps immediate perception, making it inaccessible to the perceiver, and presenting them with something that better conforms to past perception....

    And Ti itself - it's built in that immediate external distinction is unavailable. To distinguish between two items, you need a principle, not a simple observation, right? And this is especially complicated when the items are not immediately physical. If there's some conceptual or modeled item to distinguish from another, do you rely on principles and definitions or on working backwards from unchanged direct observation that must alter the model before it itself can ever be altered?
    I think you might be being over rigid about all this. There's nothing in the Big Red Book of Typology Rules that says Ti- doms must use that function exclusively. We are dealing in preferences here, that's all.

    Hands up any Ti-ers who understand typology as a system made up to explain observed differences in cognition. Now, hands up any Ti-ers who understand typology as just another bunch of arbitrary classifications that have little or no basis in science. Which aspect is dominant in your understanding?
    Our understanding is more fluid and tentative and responsive and nuanced than you'd likely ever be able to grasp with your blunt hammer of Te, to which everything looks like a nail...
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    The lady doth protest too much, methinks.
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    What type do you think Ed Snowden is?

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    I am literally laughing out loud.

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