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    Default What can an SJ do that an NJ can't?

    I don't think there's even one. The inclusion of SJs in the MBTI roster seems little more than a PC attempt to make things like close mindedness, blind faith in rules and procedures, and so on into "personality traits" instead of things to dislike and be dismissive of.
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    oh to be 15 again.

    so, because you dislike SJs or think they're stupid, their types shouldn't even exist in mbti?

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    "What can an SJ do that an NJ can't?"

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    S is typically practical, N not so much. S deals with things here and now, N cares more about the future. But even these are just rough generalizations; it's not right to assume superiorty of one type over another, all it leads to it bitter discussion and blatent wrong assertions/theories.

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    SJs can collect past data and draw conclusions based upon that much better than NJs can. A good example would be actually reading the billions of previous threads that have already been posted on this exact same fuckin' subject where the sentiment expressed in the OP has been debunked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bologna View Post
    SJs can collect past data and draw conclusions based upon that much better than NJs can. A good example would be actually reading the billions of previous threads that have already been posted on this exact same fuckin' subject where the sentiment expressed in the OP has been debunked.
    But if we don't debunk this, then what else will there be to debunk?
    Also, it's been a whole two weeks since we've talked about this. Maybe there were some new findings.

    Like, like- this week I found an ENTJ that started talking about people's nicely groomed lawns which made me think, "so S." And then I thought, "In reality, what can this lady DO anyway? Must be an ESTJ. But she's so ENTJ, too." My thoughts on the topic are so in depth, that I've totally stumped myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perch420 View Post
    I don't think there's even one. The inclusion of SJs in the MBTI roster seems little more than a PC attempt to make things like close mindedness, blind faith in rules and procedures, and so on into "personality traits" instead of things to dislike and be dismissive of.
    to give a practical answer:
    - routine (which is far more practical than it seems at first glance)
    - memory (NJs friggin suck at remembering things)
    - able to act much more quickly. NJs need to form a paridigm or at least get a good grasp of what they're doing before doing it. SJs can just be like "the directions say do this. okay, done"
    - more observant of details. Ns usually suck with details
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    Quote Originally Posted by Perch420 View Post
    I don't think there's even one. The inclusion of SJs in the MBTI roster seems little more than a PC attempt to make things like close mindedness, blind faith in rules and procedures, and so on into "personality traits" instead of things to dislike and be dismissive of.
    The function that all SJs share as their dom/aux(Si) has little to do with "blind faith in rules and procedures" and it is no more close-minded than Ni, Si just has perceptual impressions(of sensory content) that it compares new information to, the rules and procedures some SJs might adhere to, either concerning impersonal external standards/procedures(Te) or the values of the group they feel most emotionally connected to(Fe) is more related to their Je function which they share with NJs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robopop View Post
    The function that all SJs share as their dom/aux(Si) has little to do with "blind faith in rules and procedures" and it is no more close-minded than Ni, Si just has perceptual impressions(of sensory content) that it compares new information to, the rules and procedures some SJs might adhere to, either concerning impersonal external standards/procedures(Te) or the values of the group they feel most emotionally connected to(Fe) is more related to their Je function which they share with NJs.
    so by that definition, comparing new data with past, established data would be a combination of Ne/Si right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    so by that definition, comparing new data with past, established data would be a combination of Ne/Si right?
    Yeah that sounds about right, it took me a while to realize that the functional pairs with the opposite attitude and content(say Se/Ni or Ti/Fe) can actually work in tandem with each other, especially when sufficiently balanced with each other.
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