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    29 53.70%
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Thread: Which FP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    So in other words you posted "the world is this way but I'm not going to offer an explanation or rationale, but correct me if I'm wrong" fully knowing that nobody would agree with you?

    Mind if I ask.....why?
    I felt compelled to and saw no real consequences, so I did it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    basically, yes. it's fine if you disagree
    Of course I disagree. But point out why you reckon it might be that way.

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    Yeah, as a Ne-user I often think: what if....and then my mental leap will leap a little too far, and ruffle some feathers. Especially when I am overly excited and my brain is working really fast. ENFP's think out loud and THEN apply judgement. So I don't think N's are always that aware of cause and effect...maybe afterwards? You have to learn to pad those absolute statements out buddy. I imagine you were just thinking that N's tend to look ahead, and try to see the principle behind things, so they might think more about what will happen in the future when i do this in the present. That's what I'm guessing you were thinking.

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    ENFP, maybe iNFP. You're like the slightly more extraverted version of @Meek. You have that classic, FiSi tendency to throw around these tangential, highly personal history anecdotes whenever you're trying to make a point and I don't really notice a lot of Se-Ni at all.



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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    ENFP, maybe iNFP. You're like the slightly more extraverted version of @Meek. You have that classic, FiSi tendency to throw around these tangential, highly personal history anecdotes whenever you're trying to make a point and I don't really notice a lot of Se-Ni at all.
    Interesting... though I saw a bunch of people on PersN call Meek an ISFP.

    Hmmm.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Of course I disagree. But point out why you reckon it might be that way.
    Ni and Ne deal with reading between the lines and recognizing the implicit consequences of one's actions. so logically wouldn't this mean that N children would be better and knowing the consequences of their actions at an earlier age?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Interesting... though I saw a bunch of people on PersN call Meek an ISFP.

    Hmmm.
    A lot of that is N bias, because Meek is stupid. It's the same reason people want to type Elfboy as S, so they can disassociate themselves and they think "there's no way an N can be this ridiculous."



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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    A lot of that is N bias, because Meek is stupid. It's the same reason people want to type Elfboy as S, so they can disassociate themselves and they think "there's no way an N can be this ridiculous."
    lol I figured that was the case
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    Ni and Ne deal with reading between the lines and recognizing the implicit consequences of one's actions. so logically wouldn't this mean that N children would be better and knowing the consequences of their actions at an earlier age?
    You assume they always read correctly. The result of this is Ns tend to be more prone to perceptual delusion.




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    Quote Originally Posted by JocktheMotie View Post
    You assume they always read correctly. The result of this is Ns tend to be more prone to perceptual delusion.
    agreed
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