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    Some explanations of jungian terms i wrote, but to really understand these, you need to understand some other terms, but maybe you get something out of these. i think nanook explained differentiation in bit false way

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    Quote Originally Posted by amerellis View Post
    of your explanation? o no thanks I'm good. Or did you mean at being typed?

    @INTP : mmhmm. so basically you are claiming that your MBTI is genetic. I disagree.
    And yah can't prove me wrong too cause have they found the MBTI gene? Well have they! Didn't think so. :p
    and i suggest watching this video and doing some googling

    http://vega.org.uk/video/programme/11

    do note that big5 scales correlate with MBTI functions
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    and i suggest watching this video and doing some googling

    http://vega.org.uk/video/programme/11

    do note that big5 scales correlate with MBTI functions
    Jezus fucking Christ that video is boring. when it's all old white men what do you expect. Could you do me a favor and quote the parts of it you found most important/illuminating? instead of expecting me to sit through 30 minutes of whom whom.

    as for the distinction of persona, I tend to act more extraverted online than irl but appart from that I'm the same.

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    differentiation is just a word. development of life and in particular intelligence is full of it. in your note's jung describes just one example of it. what i was talking from is the integral worldview, as mapped out by ken wilber. all of reality is a holistic system, and holons are brought into existence by differentiation. it happens in all directions. a line of intelligence is born, by horizontal differentiation, so that's what jung's example is about, later it's differentiated further, internally, both vertically and horizontally. jung simply didn't mention all aspects of differentiation. but he explicitly said, that differentiation can be all of that, in saying that it's "splitting parts from a whole", there-by giving birth to multiple new wholes. a holon is something that is simultaneously a whole and a part. a type, a line (function), a stage (of the function).

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    Quote Originally Posted by amerellis View Post
    As impossible as it seems, and would appear to be all the more reason for people to think I don't know what I am talking about, I think I my type might have changed from ESTJ to INFJ, which despite being extremely different types, are actually close in proximity to one another.
    Here's a more recent video of myself. Does anybody else notice a difference?
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3xwY1i6eG3c
    MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDER!!!!

    Don't worry, most people on TypeC probably have some form or another.

    *ahem*

    ENFPs!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amerellis View Post
    of your explanation? o no thanks I'm good. Or did you mean at being typed?

    @INTP : mmhmm. so basically you are claiming that your MBTI is genetic. I disagree.
    And yah can't prove me wrong too cause have they found the MBTI gene? Well have they! Didn't think so. :p
    Btw, there are people who are good at science and math, and they don't call it the Science and Math thing. It could be in your genes what you find interesting. It deals with how your brain works. And how your brain works is genetic.
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    haha she does come off pretty enfpish
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    haha she does come off pretty enfpish
    /wasn't attacked

    /confused
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antimony View Post
    MULTIPLE PERSONALITY DISORDER!!!!

    Don't worry, most people on TypeC probably have some form or another.

    *ahem*

    ENFPs!

    *runs*





    Btw, there are people who are good at science and math, and they don't call it the Science and Math thing. It could be in your genes what you find interesting. It deals with how your brain works. And how your brain works is genetic.
    lol no no no. I'm am presently an INFJ gone ESTP. some day'll see that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amerellis View Post
    Jezus fucking Christ that video is boring. when it's all old white men what do you expect. Could you do me a favor and quote the parts of it you found most important/illuminating? instead of expecting me to sit through 30 minutes of whom whom.

    as for the distinction of persona, I tend to act more extraverted online than irl but appart from that I'm the same.
    there is sooo much things on the video that id have to write a book about what thwy say, so no, im not going to quote. watch it or be ignorant, but dont call me or my ideas ignorant, just because if you choose to be one yourself
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    Quote Originally Posted by amerellis View Post
    lol no no no. I'm am presently an INFJ gone ESTP. some day'll see that.
    Weren't you just an xNFP?
    Excuse me, but does this smell like chloroform to you?

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