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    Quote Originally Posted by Tamske View Post
    They are on a rollercoaster!
    I always thought Ne was the one needing the input...
    Argh! :steam:
    Whenever I try to describe Ni, I get the reaction that I got either Si or Ne. I'm used to missing Ni, so I'm quite okay with that.
    But this is the first time I've missed a Ne!
    Well, I assumed something about what was going on at the moment led Ne to associate the current context with a different one (like "what metaphor should we use?")

    You're right that Ne needs input.
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    I have mulled this around in my head for quite some time now... I was fairly sure (before your comment) that the reference frame thing was Ne. I'm doing that all the time on rollercoasters... or yelling things like "long live gravity, and the normal force, and acceleration!"

    I think I know what happened.

    The reference frame was meant as a physics joke. Not as a psychological metaphor.
    I can see Ne cracking physics jokes, stimulated by the rollercoaster input.
    I can also see Ni shifting the point of view - and saying the same words.

    I didn't think of "reference frame" as anything else than a physics joke. Well, in my defense, I'm a physicist... I just wanted Ne to say something that had a link with the outside situation, to make it clear Ne is using the input. In the same vein, I wanted Ni to say something that hadn't anything to do with the rollercoaster or anything else in the outside world.
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    This thread gave me an idea.


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    Default Tertiary Si *the story the actual video tells*

    I think the actual video itself represents what Si in the Tertiary role plays *for me at least and my idea of the theory*.

    Especially at the end with the old man and the box. But the whole video sets the backdrop for that part.

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    Feeling is primarily a process.....that imparts to the content a definite value in the sense of acceptance or rejection. In the same way that thinking organizes the contents of consciousness under concepts, feeling arranges them according to their value. Feeling, like thinking, is a rational function, since values in general are assigned according to the laws of reason...
    (Carl Jung, Psychological Types, Chapter XI - Definitions)

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    More function images... Here are some graphs representing my use of the functions in different circumstances.



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    [youtube=-GugzLSbOQE]Fi-Te[/youtube]
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    Quote Originally Posted by VagrantFarce View Post
    Introverted Sensation

    hehe, i'm curious... when people say they're scarred for life after seeing some things, do they really mean it? I only occassionally say it in a humorous way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    I bet that is an expensive restaurant. That fish tank takes up a lot of space that could otherwise have been used for paying customers, and will incure maintanance costs. The limited number of seats mean they can't capitalise on the number of customers that such a decoration would attract, so therefore they must charge over the odds in order to stay in business.

    You can take that as an example of Te, if you like.
    lol, I was thinking the same thing

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    [youtube=YupJAdw4RGQ]Ni > Se[/youtube]

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    [youtube=6vV6Vvk0srs]Ne[/youtube]
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