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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    not different, its just that some short MBTI descriptions just scratch the surface, especially if you just Se on them and not actually think whats the deal behind them
    How short is short? I want to know before I tell you what I've read. (Because if if I tell you first, I assume you would just say it's short even if it wasn't.)

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    i rather just run, so i dont need to waste money on one of these:

    Actually, you can't run, you don't have Se. Se is the only function that can be used for running.

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    Whoa killer, I hope that's not an example of Ne humor.
    Can't be. We understood it, and we are just stupid, stupid Se users.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    well they are normally grouped NT, NF, SJ and SP, because J makes bigger difference to the person on S types than in N types. Se is really different from Si, while Ni and Ne are quite alike, so T/F makes bigger difference on N types.
    On this board it's that way, and it's because 87.5% don't know the difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by penny89 View Post
    How short is short?
    you cant define short without giving some length to compare it to


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    Se is the only function that can be used for running.
    no
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    you cant define short without giving some length to compare it to
    Word count.

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    no
    The smiley was meant to imply sarcasm. So much for your Ne 'reading into things'.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    big picture vs details, thats the biggest difference between P functions. Ni and Ne both see patterns, look at big picture, combine things(Ne what is perceived and Ni what is judged) etc etc. Si sees the impression of whats happening, Se sees details in objective manner, Se sees objective details, Si sees details on subjective impressions.,Si creates personal impression based on what is judged(that way creating the subjective impression, with Si dom the judgment comes from unconscious most the time, making more room for the actual impression on conscious), Se just taking in what is perceived.
    Nah dude, Ni and Si are both "drillers", except that Si in the most extreme continues to drill down the one chosen path, where Ni at an extreme would never drill down but instead pierce here, pierce there, etc etc etc. but never really settle on any one thing. With balance, they both are a combination of drill downs and piercings; on prefers to drill down first, the other pierce.


    Se and Ne are breadth, one present/reality focused and the other future/possibilities focused.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post


    but its obvious if you understand what Si, Se, Ni and Ne means and if you understand the meaning for words 'similar' and 'different'. Se and Si are different, Ni and Ne are similar. what more do you need lol? if you need definitions for Si, Se, Ni and Ne, try google.
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    I think TJ/TP/FJ/FP are the best groupings. Perception, IMO, is overstated on this board. I think you'll find more similarities in judging functions first.

    Another thing- the more similarly aligned people are, the better you can assess how the types differ. An 50 something ISTJ who grew up in the Midwest among cornfields with both parents and a religious background is way different than a 24 year old ISTJ who grew up in the hood with only his mom, struggling to survive day by day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by penny89 View Post
    The smiley was meant to imply sarcasm.
    i know.

    Quote Originally Posted by IZthe411 View Post
    Nah dude, Ni and Si are both "drillers", except that Si in the most extreme continues to drill down the one chosen path, where Ni at an extreme would never drill down but instead pierce here, pierce there, etc etc etc. but never really settle on any one thing. With balance, they both are a combination of drill downs and piercings; on prefers to drill down first, the other pierce.


    Se and Ne are breadth, one present/reality focused and the other future/possibilities focused.
    so? that doesent change the fact that Ne and Ni are more similar than Si and Se and that S vs N makes a huge difference.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    i know.
    In which case, communication fail.

    Also, word count.
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    So eat it, you should.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    i know.



    so? that doesent change the fact that Ne and Ni are more similar than Si and Se and that S vs N makes a huge difference.

    With this response you're supporting my case more than your own.

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