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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris_in_Orbit View Post
    Leave it to an ENTP to pull that off Entropie



    I like how an ISFP and ISTP posted right next to each other and there is such a difference. Hm...maybe the judging function is the dividing factor between what kind of introvert a person is..

    It could be...I think I took the test and said i'm 60% Introvert. And by getting together I don't mean going out and partying..just going out to dinner or a movie or hanging around and watching tv is all I need for interaction and i'm good.

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    I think you probably already know that, but you always have to see the introverted/extroverted tags in MBTI different from the well-known words Extroversion and Introversion to the public.

    Thinking for example always works the same way, it graps objects, objectivily and arranges them in linear terms. A Ti is as good as Te, as a Te is at Ti. He just prefers one think more. A Ti is for example more to himself with his thoughts, while a Te wants to bounce off the ideas from others, ultimatively changing the others, because he can be inclined to want to make them understand.

    For example what Chris_in_orbit is doing here, is a bravour example of Te. You share the thoughts and summarize new things, so everyone can easily join the discussion.

    Another thing prone to Ti for example is the ability to analyze things more easily through self-study. I myself for example have a long school career behind me and there are some things more to come. But I hardly have any books. Yet I managed to find out my way. Of course this only works with things you are good at and probably everybody knows that, because everybody has the abilities of all 8 functions.
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    Furthermore Te presents a concept that has a beginning and a end and is graspable to everyone who wants to read on it. If this thread is finished, it will be readable like a book.

    Ti is more inclined to give out fragments of thoughts that bear no apparent connection to have a beginning or a end. Like my thoughts here, for example.
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    Sometimes it helps to say what something is not, as well as what it is.
    From a post in another thread:

    Quote Originally Posted by INTJMom View Post
    Jung calls these people outwardly directed, or extraverted types:

    • consciously seek direction and adjustment in their lives almost exclusively guided by objects of the external world.


    • Facts and, circumstances,
    • the opinions and feelings of other people, and
    • ideas in current use,
    determine the adaptations which these people make to life.

    • When in difficulty, they seek support first of all from the external world.




    Jung called them inwardly directed, or introverted types:

    • guided, in so far as conscious motives are concerned, by entirely different factors; they are primarily conscious of their own subjective reactions to events.


    • They are peculiarly sensitive to theseó


    • to what they feel,
    • how they think, about any situation.
    Where these reactions conflict, they seek to weld them into some sort of harmony of attitude and opinion.
    In their adjustment to life they thus take as starting-point their own needs and the demands of their own being.
    They also consult these when in difficulty, and for this purpose they withdraw into themselves.

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    I've seen that introverted people tend to need solitude to recharge, as opposed to the extroverted ones.

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    so
    intro = dark jedi
    and
    entro = good jedi
    ?!
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    Yet the internet helps me too.

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    I guess extroverts eliviate solitude this way:

    [YOUTUBE="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JTbneJ-ydEI"]Free yourself [/YOUTUBE]
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I guess extroverts eliviate solitude this way:
    I hope that's virtual.
    On the other hand, after seeing The Thirteenth Floor...

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    of course its virtual *coughs*
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