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    So it is about order of functions by their... uuh... power? Strenght? Or how dominant they are?

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    Quote Originally Posted by darude11 View Post
    So it is about order of functions by their... uuh... power? Strenght? Or how dominant they are?
    Yes I could say that. Strength is about dominance and power. The order of cognitive processes.

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    Let us look at the I functions and their postition in the hierarchy.

    1. Fi and Ti.

    P introverts the rational function: Within P > J, I > E.
    It follows IP assumes the top position, in anterior and posterior.
    Bothwise, EP the second, IJ the third, EJ the ultimate one.

    FI

    anterior

    + 4 IFP Function 1.
    + 3 EFP Function 2.
    + 2 IFJ Function 3.
    + 1 EFJ Function 4.

    posterior

    - 1 ITP Function 5.
    - 2 ETP Function 6.
    - 3 ITJ Function 7.
    - 4 ETJ Function 8.

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    TI

    anterior

    + 4 ITP Function 1.
    + 3 ETP Function 2.
    + 2 ITJ Function 3.
    + 1 ETJ Function 4.

    posterior

    - 1 IFP Function 5.
    - 2 EFP Function 6.
    - 3 IFJ Function 7.
    - 4 EFJ Function 8.

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    IP

    The Rational Function introverts Perception.

    NI

    anterior

    + 4 INJ
    + 3 ENJ
    + 2 INP
    + 1 ENP

    posterior

    - 1 ISJ
    - 2 ESJ
    - 3 ISP
    - 4 ESP

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    SI

    anterior

    + 4 ISJ Function 1.
    + 3 ESJ Function 2.
    + 2 ISP Function 3.
    + 1 ESP Function 4.

    posterior

    - 1 INJ Function 5.
    - 2 ENJ Function 6.
    - 3 INP Function 7.
    - 4 ENP Function 8

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    I'm just going to count decade 1 as starting with 1 B.C. and going through 9 A.D. and all the rest works itself out.

    Stuck in loci again.

    I love the moon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stalemate View Post
    I'm just going to count decade 1 as starting with 1 B.C. and going through 9 A.D. and all the rest works itself out.

    Stuck in loci again.

    I love the moon.
    Moon did not invent the calendar.
    The priests did. :P

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    Is the moon there when you do not look?
    - Albert Einstein

    The agent does not divide itself.
    It only divides the object.

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    So... if I got it right, let's write own example.

    ESFP's functions are in normal order these: Se Fi Te Ni Si Fe Ti Ne
    Now, if I will have to write the power of these functions, it would go like this: Se Fi Si Fe 0 Ne Ti Te Ni (about the functions left from 0 I am not so sure... but I think it is right)
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