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    Why do you think I don't have a type listed?
    N and S are interdependent, not independent.

    I use both N and S.

    Here's a hilarious test result:

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    Something to ponder...extrasensory perception

    Is there a relation among MBTI and ESP? besides the two being theory
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    Let's nip the MBTI stereotypes in the bud.

    MBTI has eight functions, while everyone uses them at some point, they have a preference, or so the theory goes.

    That means an S uses N, just not with as much frequency, they also favor the S. End of story no?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evan View Post
    There are two groups, but they're not entirely polar. That's all.
    where in my post did i say that they were?
    in fact, i challenge you to sift through my entire post history and find an instance where i said that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Why do you think I don't have a type listed?
    N and S are interdependent, not independent.
    as a matter of fact, they're not.

    jung named the functions rather irresponsibly.
    the names he chose induce a lot of cognitive dissonance.

    if you read my OP you'd see the true distinction between Sensory perception and iNtuitive perception. the tipping point is perception.


    I use both N and S.
    you're human too?
    i'm sorry to hear that.

    i assume this is supposed to be an expression of contentedness after having proved me/whoever you were talking to wrong.

    it didn't work, so i suggest you put one of these on and get back to the books.

    tests are a joke. don't bring them up in my threads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    There are intuitives who are quite advanced (Jiddu Chrisnamurti is a great example), but why can't there be sensors who are also as advanced?
    listen carefully:

    no one has said that they can't.
    i was simply explaining why it's easier and more likely for an iNtuitive to gain the upper hand in using their Judgement functions.

    this is to say, iNtuition figuratively flourishes Judgement.

    i can't understand why you people think i'm talking about guarantees and sure-things.
    i don't even think i used the word "all" in my OP. i don't think i used "every" either, and if i did, i'm certain i didn't use it in modification of a description a typological tendency.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocap View Post
    listen carefully:

    no one has said that they can't.
    i was simply explaining why it's easier and more likely for an iNtuitive to gain the upper hand in using their Judgement functions.

    this is to say, iNtuition figuratively flourishes Judgement.

    i can't understand why you people think i'm talking about guarantees and sure-things.
    i don't even think i used the word "all" in my OP. i don't think i used "every" either, and if i did, i'm certain i didn't use it in modification of a description a typological tendency.
    Because MBTI is a system of absolutes and the community is biased towards it. Can you really blame them? I'm guilty of falling in this trap myself.

    Welcome to being human, I've been a member since 1984.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FC3S View Post
    Because MBTI is a system of absolutes and the community is biased towards it.
    you're perfectly right.

    MBTI is about absolutes. this is a mistake when talking about the types.
    when referencing functions, absolutes are the only way to work.

    something has to be rigid for the other something to be flexible.

    i don't use MBTI. you could have seen that by the fact that i mention function names [these have been omitted by Meyers and Briggs].

    what i do is called neo-jungian typology.
    even Jung screwed a lot up.
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    everyone else -- sit tight; i'll have some new stuff later.
    also i'm still taking questions/discussion on what's already here.
    Last edited by Nocapszy; 06-19-2009 at 11:42 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocap View Post
    where in my post did i say that they were?
    in fact, i challenge you to sift through my entire post history and find an instance where i said that.
    I guess I was just trying to clarify for everyone else. I thought that needed to be mentioned (which it did, clearly)

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