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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    That reminds me... I'm more traditional and authoritarian than ENTPs usually are, mostly because I see practical value in traditional morality. I'm also somewhat fond of routines.

    You come across as an SJ more than you don't.

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    I could be ISFJ, but I don't really think I'm an introvert (and the only extrovert type that fits is ENTP). And I should qualify my last statement: 1) I don't actually apply traditional mores (or follow any rules at all unless convenient) to my own life. Fuck that, that's meant for controlling the masses. and 2) I was actually an ethical nihilist for the longest time. it's only recently that I saw some very decent practical arguments in favor of tradition and went with those.
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    My F is fairly weak given my type, it doesnt really engage unless its in person, and intense. I usually dont like to humor peoples emotions that I find to be stupid or based on something stupid because its too easy for me to over-care and confuse what they are feeling with what I am feeling. so I think not caring is a sort of defense mechanism I developed over the years to protect my rather weak and feeble emotions internally from having other people trample all over them with their emotions. As such I think my Ti plays a more prominent role in my cognitive function order then my Fe should be.
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    I'm not a very touchy feely person. I don't like hugs. And especially don't want to be touched (even if it's just a handshake) by people I don't know. It's not a germ-o-phob thing either... I just don't like people touching me that I don't know.

    For a J, my desk looks like a disaster zone... as does my bedroom... I'm definitely not a clean freak....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Kymbirleigh View Post
    I'm not a very touchy feely person. I don't like hugs. And especially don't want to be touched (even if it's just a handshake) by people I don't know. It's not a germ-o-phob thing either... I just don't like people touching me that I don't know.

    For a J, my desk looks like a disaster zone... as does my bedroom... I'm definitely not a clean freak....
    Maybe you're ESFP, or ESTP? I've heard about ESPs having personal space issues -- possibly because Se makes them hyper-sensitive to unwanted contact.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    I could be ISFJ, but I don't really think I'm an introvert (and the only extrovert type that fits is ENTP). And I should qualify my last statement: 1) I don't actually apply traditional mores (or follow any rules at all unless convenient) to my own life. Fuck that, that's meant for controlling the masses. and 2) I was actually an ethical nihilist for the longest time. it's only recently that I saw some very decent practical arguments in favor of tradition and went with those.
    fwiw, i think you're right in typing yourself ENTP.

    what you've said here is pretty true for me too, just on a Fi basis - i don't actually apply traditional stuff unless it's appealing to me and aligns okay with my values. i love the idea of group ceremony, and tradition is valuable to me because it brings people together and helps us see across time/space/cultural differences (plus it's usually aesthetic/fun), not really so much because it's the safe, reliable, or trusted way to do things.

    from my experience living with two INTPs, i think Ti ends up looking like J, especially SJ sometimes, but when you get to the core of it, the motivations are different.

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    Where can I find the typical representative of my type?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nicodemus View Post
    Where can I find the typical representative of my type?
    Here.
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    I've actually got sort of a domineering personality; I'm also pretty analytical. I don't dwell on negative things. I'm not really a fluffy bunny person. I'm definitely very motivated and always arrive to places early, never late.
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    I don't usually do things because "that's how it's always been done". I hate a lot of social "norms". I question everything. A lot of ISTJs bug me.

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