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    ^I don't get it. Why not define the system as perfectly as possible? That's all I'm trying to do, I'm saying absolutely nothing about real world application.

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    well that was cool !!!
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    I am the one with the biggest ass in the system then
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    Want a ass that's so huuuuuuuuuuuge that I can deflect the sunlight to the whole planet
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    the second i read:
    Also, the 'order' of functions is fluid, and depends on the person. The shorthand for the functions to work with are in the MBTI type codes that you already have.
    i stopped reading lol

    look i dont wanna kill all the fun but no new systems can really be created with MBTI. its a near flawless system. the functions are ok. the temperaments are great. the individual types are good (depending where you read the profiles) the only thing that can be done with it is use with research and linking the brain (personality) to the body better. and just understanding the brain in general. this is all called neuro-cognitive psychology and it is awsome lol.

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    now that i went on a rant i ask a question: what is the real world application of this? does it bring anything "new" to the current MBTI system or is it just a different way of looking at it? and i apologize for the rant.
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    It's those little things that hurt within a perfect system, like lol I did not read further
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    EDIT:
    now that i went on a rant i ask a question: what is the real world application of this? does it bring anything "new" to the current MBTI system or is it just a different way of looking at it? and i apologize for the rant.
    The idea is that just having the profiles is not good enough because people don't really 'fit' them. The idea is that yes, there are variations on type, and an attempt to explain some of them as a part of certain patterns. This is an educated guess as to what the patterns might be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    The idea is that just having the profiles is not good enough because people don't really 'fit' them. The idea is that yes, there are variations on type, and an attempt to explain some of them as a part of certain patterns. This is an educated guess as to what the patterns might be.
    The question remains, do you think it is possible at all ?!
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    The question remains, do you think it is possible at all ?!
    Why is it not possible? It's a different way of visualizing personality that emphasize personality is non-discrete. True, it's more difficult a system to learn. But you also get more out of it. Start by understanding singular cognitive functions, then explore how they interact... in complimentary pairs (eg Pi + Je) then in contrast (eg Te vs Fe). Then you study a person's relative use of different functions and how function interactions influence their thoughts and behavior.

    Perfectly doable. It just depends on how much time and patience you have for learning something complex.

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    Is it possible at all to make a masterplan of every personality
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