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    Quote Originally Posted by kuranes View Post
    Is this where the term "straw man" comes from ? Or at least "Wicker Man" ? "Children of the Wheat" ?
    Exactly.

    It is not about gender.
    Read the Woman of Straw.
    Or see the movie.

    What is a dichotomy?
    Nothing.

    Unless it has an outside agent.

    The linguists confuse the concept with the meaning.
    Only involvement is participation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    Ah, okay, so stable=phlegmatic?
    Yes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    I thought ENTJ amounts to choleric and intensive.
    1 w2. Interesting.
    Yeah, the description of Ones here especially resonates with me. Although, Eight seems like a good fit, too. Not quite sure.


    It's very interesting to see the correlations between the different typology systems through this thread. It's clear that one system can't provide the entire picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    The shrink tests you.
    She does not bother to ask your estimation.
    Of yourself.

    Maybe she is in the wrong


    Are you

    sanguine
    choleric
    melancholic
    or phlegmatic

    intensive
    expansive
    stable
    or
    sensitive

    in your own estimation.

    State the following:

    Enneagram only if you have it.
    Function order only if you bother.
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    The shrink may see what you don't, as you are too close. You will see what she can't. The only benefit of the shrink is an outside perspective- and drugs if that's your thing.

    Enneagram 7w8, sp/so

    ENTP- Ne, Ti, Se, Te, Ni, Si, Fe, Fi

    The borderline between Choleric and Sanguine, though I fear leaning a bit towards Choleric- I could possibly deal with being a bit more sane

    Expansive would work the best on that list- the worst would be sensitive, which is something that I lack, realize it and try, but fail miserably
    “Oh, we're always alright. You remember that. We happen to other people.” -Terry Pratchett

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    I do see the express opposite of calm.
    outside calm - inside its thursday
    I N V I C T U S

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    I think a socionics ENTj can easily be a 7. Not sure though about the MBTI descriptions.
    ENTj 7-3-8 sx/sp

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    Quote Originally Posted by greed View Post
    Yeah, the description of Ones here especially resonates with me. Although, Eight seems like a good fit, too. Not quite sure.


    It's very interesting to see the correlations between the different typology systems through this thread. It's clear that one system can't provide the entire picture.
    Quite correct. MBTI is not the entire picture.
    How does temperament (or character) correlate the functions?

    Thanks for the link.

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    5w4 sp/sx
    Ni, Te, Fi
    INTJ

    I can't answer the other questions. I have no idea what it's referring to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Are you

    sanguine
    choleric
    melancholic
    or phlegmatic
    Depends on a lot of factor. Right now, melancholic.

    intensive
    expansive
    stable
    or
    sensitive
    Sensitive.

    Enneagram only if you have it.
    No idea.

    Function order [& MBTI] only if you bother.
    I have no idea. This also changes. Here's what it might look like based on age.

    1-22 - xNTP: Ne/Ti, Fe
    22-23 - INxP: Fi/Fe/Ti, Ne
    23-27 - ENTP - Ne, Ti
    28 - xNxP - Fi/Ne, Ti/Ni/Fe

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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    The shrink may see what you don't, as you are too close. You will see what she can't. The only benefit of the shrink is an outside perspective- and drugs if that's your thing.

    Enneagram 7w8, sp/so

    ENTP- Ne, Ti, Se, Te, Ni, Si, Fe, Fi

    The borderline between Choleric and Sanguine, though I fear leaning a bit towards Choleric- I could possibly deal with being a bit more sane

    Expansive would work the best on that list- the worst would be sensitive, which is something that I lack, realize it and try, but fail miserably
    This it is exactly.

    Blindness goes two ways.
    No dichotomy there.

    A dichotomy is undivided. It does not add.
    It is about girls and dolls.
    Correspondence is an inclusive measure.
    A catalyst is an outside agent.

    Only number one parts.
    Two does not part.
    It is parted already.

    You have an interesting function order.
    There is a dichotomy inside of a dichotomy. A complex and a rare pattern.


    It is quite all right to peddle drugs under a licence.
    The streets are beyond authority control.
    Authority is jealous of what it cannot control.
    Jealousy is not about moral. It is about power.
    Caesar is naked.

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