Tell me if you understand this:
I was thinking about all the types in the NF temperament, when I noticed something: most of them had one or two characteristics of another temperament as well. ENFJ's had SJ traits, ENFP's had SP traits, and INFJ's had NT traits. INFP's seemed most centered in the NF temperament, however.
I haven't been able to see this in the other temperaments, so could this be why NF's are known as facilitative? Because we're kind of in the center of the temperaments?
A friend of mine, however, disagreed, and believed you can see this in the other temperaments as well, and even claimed that INTJ's have NF qualities.
What he came up with was this:
Most NF: INFP
Most NT: INTP
Most SP: ESFP
Most SJ: ESTJ
The most NT-ish types in the other temperaments were ISTJ, ISTP, and INFJ.
The most NF-ish types in the other temperaments were ISFJ, INTJ, and ISFP.
The most SJ-ish types in the other temperaments were ENFJ, ESTP, and ENTJ.
The most SP-ish types in the other temperaments were ENFP, ENTP, and ESFJ.
I can kind of see some of these... but not all of them. I wonder if I'm missing something? Or was he wrong altogether? Was I?