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    Quote Originally Posted by EnFpFer View Post

    Bottom of Personal Ladder
    1.People with severe emotional/psychological disturbances that are not managed very well and have inadvertently hurt others as a result
    2.People with low EQs
    2.Intellectually closed-minded
    3.Unfriendly
    4.Moody/gloomy
    5.People with superiority complexes
    6.Hypercritical, unnecessarily and excessively sarcastic people

    How do you get along with INTJs ? (just asking)

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    You do not say anything Hitler did not say in Mein Kampf.
    He is your idol. So what?
    Hitler was not exactly an original thinker.

    Hitler is his idol?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    Doesn't evaluation come immediately if there's some bad signs for the kind of transaction you're having with the person? I mean, the kind of overwhelming bad signs like posted in the YLJ example, something you would actively had to resist in order to not "notice" them.
    I do tend to ascribe adjectives to people based on their more distinct traits, but in my mind these adjectives usually do not necessarily affect my relationship with the person. I might describe one person as "stingy" and another as "generous", but I'm just as likely to associate with the former person as the latter.

    I don't rank people as "good" or "bad" as these labels seem arbitrary to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    ^Your professor was not being impersonal, but prejudiced. There's a difference.

    The hidden agenda relates to political manuevering.

    I have found the trouble with E**Js to be that they refuse to accept that people perceive things in different, equally valid ways. They refuse to question their own reaction to events as having any possible reasonable alternative. ("Your delivery was scathing! Ergo, you are a tactless individual!", not "I found your delivery to be scathing, what does that say about me and you and our relationship?") Is this because they embrace the cultural norm, or do they enforce cultural norms through their own dogmatic approach? Probably a bit of both.
    In any event, it's just a recipe for intolerance.
    The trouble with this post is that this conclusion doesn't apply to all EXXJ's.

    Generalizations, they never work.

    I can accept differing conclusions and viewpoints. If my opinion was the only one that was right, this would be a very boring, and depressing world to live in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Hitler is his idol?
    According to the National Socialist idea, the will of the Fuehrer is the will of the German people, and logically he who does not stand with the ideology of the Fuehrer is no longer a German.
    Likewise the will of Santtu is the will of the people, and he who does not stand with the ideology of Santtu is no longer a person.

    National Socialism is the ideology of the ladder. There is not good or bad people.
    World is not black and white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Likewise the will of Santtu is the will of the people, and he who does not stand with the ideology of Santtu is no longer a person.

    If that's the case, I am definitely not a person! I'm a Jaguar.

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    EnFpEr...that's way just too much thought

    My instinctive categories would probably be "Enjoy spending time with these people" "Feel completely neutrally about these people" and "Think these people are kind of stupid, but wouldn't really have any problem working with them".

    Then again my moderate narcissism enables me to just not think about other people enough to bother ranking them consciously.
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    This ladder would pertain to national socialism only as much as I'd be willing to make others discriminate these same kind of "worse people".

    I'm thinking more of whom to associate with.

    Isn't it strange that certain problem behaviors are disadvantages and illnesses, and thus the people with those "illnesses" must be cherished, they and their problem behaviors must be appreciated and the people must be given as much space as possible to express them.

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    Look, he's not a fucktard, he might have a condition that explains his behavior! Isn't that cute. Aww. Look at how his poisonous behavior poisons the atmosphere at the workplace sooo nicely. Cute! "

    Other problem behaviors, oh no - they're not illnesses, they are just inexcusable, like being an EJ in typoC
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    This ladder would pertain to national socialism only as much as I'd be willing to make others discriminate these same kind of "worse people".

    I'm thinking more of whom to associate with.

    Isn't it strange that certain problem behaviors are disadvantages and illnesses, and thus the people with those "illnesses" must be cherished, they and their problem behaviors must be appreciated and the people must be given as much space as possible to express them.

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    Look, he's not a fucktard, he might have a condition that explains his behavior! Isn't that cute. Aww. Look at how his poisonous behavior poisons the atmosphere at the workplace sooo nicely. Cute! "

    Other problem behaviors, oh no - they're not illnesses, they are just inexcusable, like being an EJ in typoC

    What the hell is going on here? No one treats mental illness lightly or thinks its "cute." I try to be kind to people with disorders because its called empathy.

    If people bother me, I stay away from them. How difficult is this for you?


    Go seek therapy.

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    ^^ Lol. If you don't get something, don't write.
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