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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcana View Post
    Intensity of feeling combined with a comparative lack of refinement and purpose in the presentation of it.
    i thought you said intensity of feeling didn't have to do with type
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    Quote Originally Posted by lulabelle View Post
    i thought you said intensity of feeling didn't have to do with type
    It isn't the exclusive domain of Fi.
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    He's an Ni communicator. He speaks around the topic in show of understanding which leaves an encompassing method of speech and ends it with a process or goal. He continuously reasons and justifies. He'd be an INTJ or an INFJ. Fe vs Te are more unclear.
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    I think he'd be a 7w6.
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    Quote Originally Posted by corpseparty View Post
    I think he'd be a 7w6.
    LOL ... you're trolling, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcana View Post
    It isn't the exclusive domain of Fi.
    then why did you say intense feeling coupled with lack of presentation or whatever led you to believe kurt cobain was fi if intense feeling, according to you, doesn't have anything to do with fi specifically?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arcana View Post
    LOL ... you're trolling, right?
    I am merely pointing out possible bias' in this thread, s'all.
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    I would also add that music has too many uses to know what the intentions are for the song itself and what the structure of it may say about the actual artist. The song shows the end result of a process they rarely reveal and not every musician writes in their comfortable POV making the possibilities numerous, to the point of irrelevancy. And though it may be a show of a certain specific function who is to say they value it?

    I have not viewed the interview so I cannot comment on that aspect, but as to the former I think it is solid advice.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lulabelle View Post
    then why did you say intense feeling coupled with lack of presentation or whatever led you to believe kurt cobain was fi if intense feeling, according to you, doesn't have anything to do with fi specifically?
    Because it is frequently, if not exclusively, a feature of Fi-doms.
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    Quote Originally Posted by corpseparty View Post
    I would also add that music has too many uses to know what the intentions are for the song itself and what the structure of it may say about the actual artist. The song shows the end result of a process they rarely reveal and not every musician writes in their comfortable POV making the possibilities numerous, to the point of irrelevancy. And though it may be a show of a certain specific function who is to say they value it?

    I have not viewed the interview so I cannot comment on that aspect, but as to the former I think it is solid advice.
    OK, that sounds reasonable. I agree that focusing on someone's music/lyrics alone is a misleading way of trying to figure out their type.
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