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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Charnette, have you read profile descriptions of INFJs and INTJs?

    Does either of them seem to fit you better than the other?
    Sure, I read many different descriptions of both types and I think that the description of an INTJ suits me better (except the part where it says that INTJs are great in technology and science). INFJ description also applies to me, but a little less. I'm not such a humanist like most INFJs and I am not so interested in relationships.

    I would describe myself as a quiet individualist with a penchant for mysteries, horror stories and poetry from the nineteenth century, and psychology. I'm not the typical scientist as much INTJs seem to be, but I'm not, as I said, a humanist. Still, I do not think that I'm INXJ. Description of INTJ Enneagram 4 looks right for me.

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    In that case, as Nicodemus mentioned, don't take the "science and technology" thing too seriously.

    I like science and math, but I majored in economics and rhetoric.

    INTJs are known as the biggest feelers among the thinking types, and are the most likely to be artists.

    You would seem to fit this subspecies of the INTJ mold.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post

    INTJs are known as the biggest feelers among the thinking types, and are the most likely to be artists.

    You would seem to fit this subspecies of the INTJ mold.
    That's interesting, I've never really seen this side of INTJ's mentioned until lately. Care to explain?
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    Quote Originally Posted by animenagai View Post
    That's interesting, I've never really seen this side of INTJ's mentioned until lately. Care to explain?
    The reason I think it is the case is for three reasons:

    1) a tertiary feeling function will lead one to be more of a feeler than an inferior feeling function.
    2) Fi is a more robust, substantive, and deep function than is Fe (as are all introverted functions, relative to their extroverted counterparts), so tertiary Fi is stronger than tertiary Fe.
    3) N functions are right-brained, as are feeling functions, and thus are more associated and simpatico with F functions; therefore INTJs are more in tune with their Fi than ISTJs.

    This is all for just the "typical" case, ceteris paribus.

    There are emotionally retarded INTJs, individuals with different functional preferences than those prescribed by the dominant paradigm, and ISTJs who are probably extremely in touch with their feelings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    3) N functions are right-brained, as are feeling functions, and thus are more associated and simpatico with F functions; therefore INTJs are more in tune with their Fi than ISTJ
    I thought Pe was right-brained, but Pi was left-brained. While Ji was right and Je was left. That's what Lenore Thomson says anyway.

    I really like the post besides that uncertainty though, interesting stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forever_Jung View Post
    I thought Pe was right-brained, but Pi was left-brained. While Ji was right and Je was left. That's what Lenore Thomson says anyway.

    I really like the post besides that uncertainty though, interesting stuff.
    Haha, as I was reading your very first words, my inner monologue said to me, "Yeah, according to Lenore Thomson... :rolleyes2:"

    I think she said what she said in order to make the functions and hemispheres of the brain fit some model she wanted it to...

    Nardi disagrees with her, as do the people at Mindframes, and, most importantly of all, so does Zarathustra!

    Seriously, though... to call Ni left-brained is retarded, imnsho.

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    Interesting stuff.

    I write with my left hand, i kick fotball with my left and i have the knifes and forkes reversed, spoon is with right hand. I use the pc mouse with the right, and i trow with the right. I stand goofy on skateboard. Push style is mongo allways (yes its called that) i jump with right foot.

    When i was young i could easily shoot with both feet in fotball.

    Try to evaluate that And my picture.

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    Afraid are you? or have i misunderstood something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatsNorway View Post
    When i was young i could easily shoot with both feet in fotball.
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    Or one could weep because another wept.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatsNorway View Post
    Afraid are you? or have i misunderstood something?
    I was just confused why you were telling us all this. You want us to type you based on that right-hand/ left-hand information and your avatar?

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