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    Extraversion (according to jung): Is dirrecting and receiving your psychological energy from outside. I call it being mindless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    Extraversion (according to jung): Is dirrecting and receiving your psychological energy from outside. I call it being mindless.
    so it's like the light's on but no one's home?
    Time is a delicate mistress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    Extraversion (according to jung): Is dirrecting and receiving your psychological energy from outside. I call it being mindless.
    Wow, I completely disagree with your editorialization there. I think Jung would too. Extroversion is no more necessarily mindless than introversion is necessarily shyness.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    Extraversion (according to jung): Is dirrecting and receiving your psychological energy from outside. I call it being mindless.
    Look at the sad little undeveloped INTP. You're a funny guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    Extraversion (according to jung): Is dirrecting and receiving your psychological energy from outside. I call it being mindless.
    An example of someone going to receive energy from the outside.



    Mindless is right.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    Extraversion (according to jung): Is dirrecting and receiving your psychological energy from outside. I call it being mindless.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

    sCueI (primary Inquisition)

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    Just to clarify how ridiculous this "mindless" notion is, one should consider those of us sitting on the cusp between E and I. I'm E according to MBTI, and I by socionics (and virtually every other test). So I'm this deep, mindful creature under one view and a nincompoop under the other? Honestly, I think the tendency for broken Is to assume that Es are in some way defective or incomplete is just away to make themselves feel better about their own inability to connect with things in the world outside. I rarely see healthy, content Is saying silly things like this. They have enough sense to recognize that it's really not a matter depth, but style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mortabunt View Post
    Extraversion (according to jung): Is dirrecting and receiving your psychological energy from outside. I call it being mindless.
    [insert sarcastic comment that I would put here if only I had a mind]

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    Quote Originally Posted by juggernaut View Post
    Just to clarify how ridiculous this "mindless" notion is, one should consider those of us sitting on the cusp between E and I. I'm E according to MBTI, and I by socionics (and virtually every other test). So I'm this deep, mindful creature under one view and a nincompoop under the other? Honestly, I think the tendency for broken Is to assume that Es are in some way defective or incomplete is just away to make themselves feel better about their own inability to connect with things in the world outside. I rarely see healthy, content Is saying silly things like this. They have enough sense to recognize that it's really not a matter depth, but style.
    This mindless notion is mindless. Mortabunt must be be an ENTP then...
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    I actually read through the whole 10 pages of this thread.
    Great start, tragic finish. Kind of reminds me of Vanishing Point.

    You'd think they'd be something to do with feedback involved in extroversion.
    Projecting outwards, gathering feedback and projecting outwards.
    I feel I'm an introvert because I tend to get sucked into my thoughts. It's less about feedback and more about sorting what's there.

    It's hard because everybody does everything, but some do more and some do less.

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