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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    That's not even a good comparison. Now go to school.
    An SJ is religious.
    Ergo, all SJ's are religious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    An SJ is religious.
    Ergo, all SJ's are religious.

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    You're projecting your own cognitive errors.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    You're projecting your own cognitive errors.
    No, I'm promoting your stereotyping school for you.
    I'll send you a bill for my service.

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    Why do delusional people always think other people are projecting?

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    And if I picked yours Mal? You aren't doing much to keep me on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    Jim, when you go to paraphrase someone else's thoughts it is always advisable to be extremely accurate, wouldn't you agree?

    Point one is way off base. But I'll let that one pass because I know you're driving toward a different point.

    Point two: my argument was intended to show that hypersensitivity is not "correlated" with introversion, not always and not even at times. And inferior Se has nothing to do with any of this.

    Point three: obviously the test is about introversion and that was the original point at dispute. That her son is hypersensitive was stated by the OP. Hypersensitivity corresponds with an introverted trait. But even then, the test requires 15+ "true" responses to diagnose introversion.

    And please try to quote me correctly. Nowhere did I state that the test was 'proof that introversion and hypersensitivity are the same thing.' Please try not to project your cognitive errors. What I said was,

    Point four: The test contains a question concerning hypersensitivity, and by the way I knew you would go to all lengths to try to knock it down as a valid point on my side.

    Point five: You never named any logical fallacy I may have committed. But you used some scientific language about "correlations" incorrectly.

    Point six: thank you for granting me this opportunity to clarify your errors in more detail, Jim.
    In Jungian terms I'm giving you causation, not correlation. Thats the thrust of my argument and why her child is INTJ.

    I recommend that you retract the argument: 'theres a correlation of a single query in the introversion test and hypersensitivity' therefore the child is ISTP argument, that is an explicit cognitive fallacy of mistaking correlation for causation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Oh good, so now I'm an Introvert?

    I'm glad you're such an expert. What would the rest of us do.
    That's a question you should take up with the designer of the test at that link that tests for introversion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    In Jungian terms I'm giving you causation, not correlation. Thats the thrust of my argument and why her child is INTJ.

    I recommend that you retract the argument: 'theres a correlation of a single query in the introversion test and hypersensitivity' therefore the child is ISTP argument, that is an explicit cognitive fallacy of mistaking correlation for causation.
    It's easy to see you are just blending two different ideas together in order to build a straw-dog argument I never made. Back when I gave the ISTP call, on page 1 of this thread, this was what I first wrote on what you yourself later called "hypersensitivity":

    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    "He has a very strong reaction to smells and noise." Sensing and Perceiving.
    I didn't even know [being the big "expert" that I am, lol] that a "strong reaction to smells and noise" was connected to introversion until I wrote the next post,

    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    "Strong reaction to smells and sounds." I would call that introverted.
    and you can see from that short comment that I only connected "hypersensitivity" with introversion. The test page changed my mind about the "sensing and perceiving" comment I had made in the previous post. That's where I had originally formed the ISTP call. The second post quoted above indicates that I had changed my mind about linking "hypersensitivity" to sensing and perceiving. But since I never elaborated on this in the second post, I can see where you might have become confused. Obviously I had changed my mind about it, after all, I challenged you on your tertiary Se idea. And that's what started this debate rolling.

    As far as I know, her son is an ISTP. Much of the criticisms against me accuse me of stereotyping, and yet the INTJ call of most here directly involves stereotyping - INTJs like chess, INTJs are grand strategists, etc.

    Therefore, when I stick with ISTP that is not stereotyping since those of that type are not typically known to enjoy and be good at chess.

    However, anything is possible, and that's why I don't rely on stereotypes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    no new information, now admits he has said hypersensitivity = introversion after complaining he didn't, now is throwing out stereotyping even though no-one else has brought it up to avoid his erroneous conclusion.
    Entirely vertical shoulders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    Entirely vertical shoulders.
    Jim, please try to pay closer attention to the thread:
    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    An SJ is religious.
    Ergo, all SJ's are religious.

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