I didn't say it was perfect. There is a lot of work to be done. But you are rejecting the fundamentals upon which it is built - that is the framework.
Only some of them. The way I see it, the traditional sixteen type division is successful. It had to make good sense for Myers to release it, and it did. Some of the theory that went into it was erroneous and ill-defined. That's only important if people have ultimate faith in it. They shouldn't.
You keep functions in your 'system' because people don't want to live without them? I'm applying for your INTP membership card to be withdrawn.
NO YOURS. I find incorrectness to be supremely annoying, thus I prefer people to be correct.
Originally Posted by entropie
No looks quite nice. Makes the whole thing simpler and less open to speculation
Whether you like it or not, your saying 1 of 2 things: either you want all introverts to switch J and P, or you're saying that their MBTI type is wrong in the original system but works in yours.
If you're an INTP in this system, you're either ENTP or INTJ in MBTI. A TYPE IN MBTI IS DETERMINED BY FUNCTION ORDER, NOT VICE VERSA!
The above defines Feeling as a dominant function, working in tandem with Intuition, which itself is working in tandem with Thinking to a lesser extent. A shoelace pattern: F is over T, and N is off to one side.
I am most certainly not saying that Introverts switch J and P. Did you happen to notice that the functions here do not have a defined E/I direction? This means, for one, that we have no "Dominant extroverted function." It solves the problems of MBTI and Socionics.
Nor am I saying their MBTI type has been wrong. I am saying the functions were defined improperly, and function order as we know it is useless conjecture.
Originally Posted by Nocapszy
Impossible that INTP could be superior in both Thinking and Intuition where ENTP cannot.
Besides, in real life (outside of TypeTastic-HaHa!Land) I trump you and everyone on this forum in both respects.
What I'm saying is that the types are theoretically equal in Intuition and Thinking capability, but one type is Introverted and one is Extroverted, accounting for the difference in personality. It's very simple...How could you not perceive this, with a mind like that?
It describes mental process differences more accurately.
It cleans up J/P confusion, and brilliantly, if I may say so.
It allows credit to be given to people for what they are actually thinking or feeling, and how, instead of forcing something like "Fi" or "Fe," which rarely fit well to what's actually going on in their heads.
And it's a far better typing tool, if understood. It would make me so happy if you just "pretended" it was accurate, and analyzed people of known and unknown type, to see what you thought.