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    Quote Originally Posted by jeppedermann View Post
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    If you look at the ‘Oral’ 'aspiration to dissolve self' section of the theory, you will know why I judge this.

    By the way - For what reasons do you believe oral is sensing?
    Because isn't oral about taste, and also touch, even? But then I'm thinking of the stages of development (oral, anal, etc), and maybe it's not the same as the way you're using it?
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    The relations between MBTI and physical phenomena in the brain, body sounds very interesting. Perhaps you would even recommend material on this issue?

    MBTI and Psychoanalytic are describing very ‘core’ motivations. Therefore it is not surprising if other theories include certain elements of them. Since basic motivation influence everything. This is what makes these theories particularly exiting I think. Also, what things have in common is our focus (as eN’s)...

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    I see your point. Oral is more about ‘lust’ than taste I believe. Feeding can be a way to achieve satisfaction. Some oral persons would eat almost anything that comes their way to achieve satisfaction. Then taste isn’t what preoccupies them.

    I judge them on is their idealised world view. All needs should be satisfied at once.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeppedermann View Post
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    The relations between MBTI and physical phenomena in the brain, body sounds very interesting. Perhaps you would even recommend material on this issue?

    MBTI and Psychoanalytic are describing very ‘core’ motivations. Therefore it is not surprising if other theories include certain elements of them. Since basic motivation influence everything. This is what makes these theories particularly exiting I think. Also, what things have in common is our focus (as eN’s)...

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    I see your point. Oral is more about ‘lust’ than taste I believe. Feeding can be a way to achieve satisfaction. Some oral persons would eat almost anything that comes their way to achieve satisfaction. Then taste isn’t what preoccupies them.

    I judge them on is their idealised world view. All needs should be satisfied at once.
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    I will certainly consider doing just that.

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