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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    Nice, thanks for the example of logical fallacy.

    I think it was lost on NoCap though.
    No, but the humor was lost on you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by "?" View Post
    I expect that from others, but we have discussed things over the years (formerly known as INTrPosr) so I would expect more Mac. You know (or should know) that MBTI does not measure intelligence or emotions.
    While it is true MBTI doesn't measure intelligence, it is true there are correlations to IQ based upon type.

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    OK, can we all stop arguing now and make a group hug?!?

    Come on over here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    I don't think Mac was saying that it does. Gender doesn't either. But a wider range of intelligence is associated with the male gender- that doesn't mean smart guys are smart because they are guys. Same with MBTI. (If I understand correctly, being both a dumb lady and a possible sensor.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by "?" View Post
    I expect that from others, but we have discussed things over the years (formerly known as INTrPosr) so I would expect more Mac. You know (or should know) that MBTI does not measure intelligence or emotions.
    Correct.

    My statement is also correct.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    OK, can we all stop arguing now and make a group hug?!?

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    When an ENTJ is calling for a group hug you know the world has gone to hell.

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    By "making up", Mav, do you mean I get to throw my leg over Daniel Craig? I'll selflessly sacrifice myself to the Senser cause.
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    i dont see why intelligence would be tied to intuition or senses...

    if the approach is big picture vs. detail mechanics, it is entirely possible for someone to reach a [highly accurate] "big picture" view through quickly processed sensory mechanics while another person thinks big with large gaps in logic due to their inability to see details that, albeit small, drastically alter the big picture.

    actually, this seems to happen quite a bit...

    i find the whole subject confusing. i dont understand how people can "know" things without going through the series of details required to reach a concussion. this is because you cant, and if you do, you are guessing. i also dont understand why people would stop short and make conclusions once their hands are full of details even though there is more to be considered... this time, the error is not in glossing over details that you dont have, but missing details that you need.

    in lightning fast, subconscious deduction, as soon as you step away from the finitely known you are introducing the possibility for error, bottom line. intelligence, in my opinion, is to reach this demarc as quickly and accurate as possible, but to not cross it without being well aware of the game of probability that you have entered. this is agnostic of whether you approach from the nuts and bolts or the big picture. if you grasp the details but never proceed towards larger implications, you are missing something, if you generalize but never identify and consider what you dont know for sure, then you are most likely mistaken about something.

    really, the most intelligent approach would be to take into account as much sensory input as possible and then intuit whatever else you absolutely need to. why act on gut instinct when there are facts staring you in the face that say otherwise? why do nothing (to the outcome of greatest detriment) for lack of concrete evidence? as with many things, neither end of the spectrum is much good by itself. you cant be correct if you do think you have considered everything (when that is impossible) and you cant be correct when you do not consider everything in the first place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick View Post
    OK, can we all stop arguing now and make a group hug?!?

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    But... But...

    But you're *Maverick*, the Baddest Mofo on the Forum! What are YOU, of ALL people, doing, asking for a group hug ??

    Doesn't compute, doesn't compute...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wandering View Post


    But... But...

    But you're *Maverick*, the Baddest Mofo on the Forum! What are YOU, of ALL people, doing, asking for a group hug ??

    Doesn't compute, doesn't compute...
    He has finally seen the light and turned into a fluffball!

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