I think we all have an innate type.What say do you have on being one MBTI type over another really? You're definitely going to lean one way over another.
I assume that our ancestors were not as psychologically refined as we are now, I'm not saying it came out of nowhere just that along our development (over very long periods of time) there has been a natural trial and error going on and that the most optimal mix survives better than the rest and therefore overtakes and dominates the species.Your answer presupposes an untruth and really doesn't answer "why". All you've said, is, "It is because it is", essentially. Your answer presupposes that it wasn't always so. There's no scientific evidence for completely contrary frequencies ever existing.
Perhaps it provides just the right mix of stablility (SJ), focus (SP), change (NF) and planning (NT) that led to communities where population growth and sustainability could be nutured, these communities would be the most successful, would dominate the others mixes and make the rest obsolete.As well it doesn't answer why it should be so, over those other possibilities.
It's just irrelevent, if another mix had been more successful perhaps Myers & Briggs would have wrote up one that one.Those others wouldn't on account of what? That we just don't know? We are always in the best possible state?
The universe is not chaotic, it has laws. All you need to suppose is that:That's definitely not necessarily so. You'd have to presuppose chaos, and what evidence is there of that? My point is that the evolutionist is starting with chaos, and then somehow, magically, it turns into order. ?? What is the scientific mechanism that introduces the occurrences to decide the best fit and what is the scientific mechanism that allows the best fit to be chosen? If the starting block is chaos, than oblivion is what should exist, not order.
- Things that increase survival will last
- Things that hinder survival won't last (obsolescence/extinction)
- That mix increased survival
It didn't come from nothing, it came from huge amounts of time + near constant change + survival of the fittest. All those things make up a refining process that creates the complex living world around us.From nothing something came?
No you don't, it probably took millions of years of refinement.Given the mathematical improbability and the lack of a fossil record actually showing all the failed attempts, you'd have to assume that evolution got it right almost at the first go around.
If things hadn't worked out you and I wouldn't be sitting here typing away right now, just think of it, near infinite possibilities + truly massive amounts of time = anything can happen.That out of nothing, things work out, to me is a bigger leap than God.