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    Quote Originally Posted by erinavery View Post
    so maybe cuz the extroverts are extroverting the behavior and get external feedback we can see it but an introvert might not?
    Actually ? went into this later in the post.

    This is most likely the case of all introverted types resulting in INTPs seeing the Designer but not the Theorizer, INFJs seeing the Forseer, but not the Developer and so on. I do question and have raised this inquiry of enthusiasts of the system, as to whether extraverts would actually relate to the second word, but not the first since they have a more vested interest in the external world. Ergo ESTPs could see themselves as Expeditors, but fail to see the Promoter, ENTPs notice the Inventor, but not the Explorer, ENFPs see the Advocate, but not the Discoverer and so on.
    But from the responses it seems well... some do, some don't

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    I've been known to design and theorize.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raz1337 View Post
    I'm sure each word is referring to the dominant and auxiliary processes, and how they manifest in your specific type.
    I'm not sure how they came up with them. I'd like to know though.

    I thought it might be the combination of the first two functions and the second two.

    So for me...
    Fi+Se Composer
    Ni+Te Producer

    But I don't know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    I've been known to design and theorize.
    I can see clearly how you theorize! So you are conscious of your ability to do it?

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    Actually, I see in me the Theorizer, but I hardly recognize the Designer.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    I can see clearly how you theorize! So you are conscious of your ability to do it?
    Most definitely. I do this theorizing both automatically and consciously at different times.

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    How is "inspector" different from "analyzer"? I think they're the same...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    How is "inspector" different from "analyzer"? I think they're the same...
    Just going by the words, I would think inspector means discoverer of facts, while analyzer means interpreter of facts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Just going by the words, I would think inspector means discoverer of facts, while analyzer means interpreter of facts.
    Okay.

    I think ISTJ's should be called analyzers, not inspectors.
    'nyway, I can see both "planner" and "inspector" in myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bella View Post
    Okay.

    I think ISTJ's should be called analyzers, not inspectors.
    'nyway, I can see both "planner" and "inspector" in myself.
    who's going to be the inspector then?

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