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    For example, my perception is externalized whilst my judgement internalized. I'm good at observing and taking in new information and internally processing it.

    My ISTJ friend is the opposite. His judgement is externalized and his perception internalized. So he's good at gathering existing information and processing it clearly and lucidly, externally.

    This means I'm good at seeing what's wrong with my utility bill, but I need his help to sort out my facts and arrange them in a clear way to prove my case to the utility company.

    Anyone else got any real life examples of this?
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    Well, you could say that an Fi/Pe person is great at recognizing when people are being violated as individuals but an Fe/Pi person would be better at navigating the social environment and instinctive knowing how to work within the system to make those changes rather than just doing the "white knight tilting at windmills" thing.
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    Pe/Ji Je/Pi doesn't make sense in the context of MBTI. Or rather, it does and is already addressed. If you are a J type, you are Je/Pi because the J in your type means your judgment is extroverted. The same with P means your perception is extroverted. Thats why, for example, an ENTP is Ne/Ti (Pe/Ji) and an ENTJ would be Te/Ni (Je/Pi)

    Unless I'm misunderstanding OP.

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    No, I know it already makes sense, I was just thinking of how this might play out in real life situations.

    Sorry, is that too S of me?
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    Quote Originally Posted by substitute View Post
    No, I know it already makes sense, I was just thinking of how this might play out in real life situations.

    Sorry, is that too S of me?
    Not at all, subby. You S yourself out, dude.
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    Actually I think Pe/Pi vs Je/Ji would seem more logical. I am challenging orthodox MBTI theory when I say this.
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