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    Quote Originally Posted by saslou View Post
    Well i've never proclaimed to be an expert at typing people, i just thought the type/info given was a little off IMO.
    The site provides a single quote from the pictured celebrity as a kind of evidence maybe. For Spielberg, it's "We all have to be more active in our groups, communities, religions ... We have a duty ... to work to fix the world." And according to someone, this speaks more to the ESFJ call than any other type. There's the SJ Guardian, for one element that stands out in the quote.
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    Why don't we just poll the answers? That will solve the problem to who's more right

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    Vin Diesel interview, make of it what you will:


    As for the poll, if you're talking about Carl Jung, he claimed in an interview to have changed his type over time. But how does a poll prove who is "more right"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by polikujm View Post
    Why don't we just poll the answers? That will solve the problem to who's more right
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argumentum_ad_populum

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    For the record, I believe Jung is INFJ for these reasons:

    1. The functions-idea has no root aside from Jung's interpretation of unrelated data, which is an indication of NiSe.
    2. Degree of Warm Facial Expressions shown in video indicates Fe.

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    The best way to learn types if from examples. Not everyone wants to force their opinion though, some people want the most common answer so they can try to understand Jung more as x type and get on the same page as everyone else. This won't mean they can't get more information or that their answer is thereby correct, obviously I was partly kidding, but it has some benefits.

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    Jung's type was

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    Actually, what's wrong with giving him multiple types? I don't think Jung ever said type couldn't change. He developed his types as psychological tools for his analytical psychology that he wanted to develop. He seemed to hope they would represent innate cognitive features, but he was never certain on that. I think in the end he just saw something that didn't change very easily and felt that was good enough to use.

    Arguing one type throughout his whole life is like trying to sum up someone's entire life with a statement. How is this a good idea?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craft View Post
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argumentum_ad_populum

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    For the record, I believe Jung is INFJ for these reasons:

    1. The functions-idea has no root aside from Jung's interpretation of unrelated data, which is an indication of NiSe.
    2. Degree of Warm Facial Expressions shown in video indicates Fe.
    He never gave any indications through writings or words that he thought he was INFJ, did he? Where is the evidence, given directly from the horse's mouth? That's what matters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Craft View Post
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Argumentum_ad_populum

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    For the record, I believe Jung is INFJ for these reasons:

    1. The functions-idea has no root aside from Jung's interpretation of unrelated data, which is an indication of NiSe.
    2. Degree of Warm Facial Expressions shown in video indicates Fe.
    You forgot that he said that he had definite problems with feeling = hes wasnt F aux or dom = not an INFJ.

    Its funny that people dont even have any knowledge about the subject, still make assumptions of it and are certain they are right about it lol..
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    Quote Originally Posted by ICUP View Post
    He never gave any indications through writings or words that he thought he was INFJ, did he? Where is the evidence, given directly from the horse's mouth? That's what matters.
    If you read my original post, you'll see that there's evidence that he allegedly claimed that he was an introverted intuitive shortly after the BBC interview.

    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    You forgot that he said that he had definite problems with feeling = hes wasnt F aux or dom = not an INFJ.
    Since when does "having definite problems with feeling" equal "not Fe aux or dom"?

    I know plenty of F dom's and aux's who have definite problems with feeling.

    You're basing your interpretation on ungrounded assumptions that happen to support your desired interpretation.

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