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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    Why is everyone so convinced that it goes Fi Ne Si Te?

    I've never seen an INFP use Te. Ever. Nor have I seen an ENFP use Te.

    I'm probably exaggerating, but that's because I have such awful Si.
    Hello! I use Te a lot!
    So do INFPs.

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    Oh, to be honest, Nokapsy, I suspect that you either are: NOT an extraverted intuition type. OR, have some negative idea about Si and are therefor saying "i have terrible Si"

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    and you can have any theory you like, but don't be blind to NFP's frequent use of extraverted thinking.

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    Well I would have to say that my inferior Se is a ton better than my inferior shadow Si.

    The type most unlike me (INFJ) would be ISTJ... where as ESTP would be my "opposite" reverse type.

    INFJ - NiFeTiSe NeFiTeSi
    ISTJ - SiTeFiNe SeTiFeNi
    ESTP - SeTiFeNi SiTeFiNe

    HEY! ISTJ is ESTP's inverse shadow type! I love patterns... ^^

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    I see it used by INFP all the time here and on INFPgc, some flattering and some not so flattering. When you feel that sudden boot in your face from a passive INFP that's a clue.
    It's never happened.

    I've seen much more Ti. Especially in ENFPs.

    I'll admit I don't believe in the traditional function order. It's a bunch of bull.

    Consider this:
    INFPs don't favor Fi most, but they favor introverted judgement most. Feeling just happens to be their best. Just like they like to keep their secondary function as an extraverted perception. INFP is, of course going to, most often, use the intuiting version of extraverted perception -- or else they'd be an ISFP, of course -- but I've seen a lot greater Se than Si in INFPs also.

    I've examined myself and found that I 'frequent' Se much more commonly than I do Si. I use Ni more than Si as well, but Se is used more than Ni and Si. Because introverted perception isn't easy for me. Especially not sensing.

    Si... basically doesn't exist in me. I'm sure it's in here somewhere...
    Ask dissonance or DD. DD actually has frequently commented on my (and her own heh) almost annoying lack of introverted sensing.

    Maybe I should make this into another thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    It's never happened.
    So you are an expert on INFP?

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    I'm an expert in Cognitive Process Typology.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    I'm an expert in Cognitive Process Typology.
    Okay, so them what is the true cognitive opposite type for INFP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabe View Post
    Hello! I use Te a lot!
    So do INFPs.
    Probably because you think you're supposed to.

    How much do you know about the unconscious?

    Quote Originally Posted by Gabe View Post
    Oh, to be honest, Nocapszy, I suspect that you either are: NOT an extraverted intuition type.
    Well that's pretty mathematical -- nice Ti.

    OR, have some negative idea about Si and are therefor saying "i have terrible Si"
    Just ask dissonance or DD. They'll tell you what the fuck is up.

    And since we're questioning type here: it's not very Ne-ish to stick to the typical running boards of a system. You should be embracing my ideas. But I guess you're not a extraverted intuition type.
    Last edited by Nocapszy; 03-28-2008 at 11:14 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    Okay, so them what is the true cognitive opposite type for INFP?
    Ha! Approve.

    I don't think there is one. If there is, then I'd go with ISTP, or ESTJ.

    Thinking first, sensing second. For some reason, I want to keep the attitudes in the same place.

    I guess it doesn't really make as much sense.

    ESTJ for now.
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