Maybe do one where it's like one of those science fair projects where you are given like a popsicle stick and a piece of string and twelve inches of masking tape and a piece of computer paper and a penny and you have to construct a bridge or the tallest structure or something that cushions an egg.
Or do one where the objective is to understand another person's unusual/surprising behavior, maybe like they have suddenly become really reclusive when they used to be really outgoing or something like that.
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I'm confused by the percentages of S/N. I tested as 100% N, but there is no way that means I'm 0% S. I still have senses like everyone else.
So it seems to me that intuitive abilities are just an additional way of using sensory input.
Good job explaining this. I'm most strongly aware of using Ne and Si, though I'm sure I also use some Se, then Ni the least probably.
I get very annoyed with people who lump all S and all N together, because then it becomes some kind of lame prejudice of N vs. S without recognition of the different functions.
I also hate when people think that being F is about using more "instinct" or that T automatically makes one more intelligent, but that's another thread.
Definitley, oversimplifying any of the functions leads to people being stereotyped rediculously I know that there's a definite difference between Se and Si for instance... I don't have the greatest Si, but my Se is fabulous!
I'm definitley aware that the S/N dichotomy isn't the only one mistreated this way (and funny enough S/N and F/T are the only ones that can really be described in this format when you think about it!)
Originally Posted by gromit
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