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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    Then it's not inter-subjective, not teachable, and not provable. Why should anybody believe someone's intuition?
    http://psychcentral.com/news/2012/12...rts/49222.html

    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kamishi View Post
    Jung's entire theory is based on intuition so if you devalue intuition you also devalue all of his theories.

    I suppose the thousands of interactions between his patients does nothing for objective credit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    That positive stuff I said about Mal a week or two ago...

    I knew it wouldn't last long.
    You finally owned up to making a mistake!
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    This has been quite a read from a newcomer to the website, but not at all a newcomer to Jung. I do wonder what the devil he would make of all this. He, I believe was self-diagnosed as INTP and INTJ at different times of his life, which has also happened to me, with the same two types. I am wondering what, if anything, has been gained by the each of the you who have responded..Perhaps I am feeling too serious, but once we know our own type, know that they can be overlapping, and, respect that he, indeed, knew his, then we can move off the question. I myself decided to read again the original just to ground my self before I read much more here. Dr. Diane

    P.S. Not having read all of these posts, does not The Red Book speak loudly to a particular type, and over, 30 years of writing it, does in not change?? I will be perusing all of that question as I go forward..the Book, in and of itself, it s testament to a highly introverted, hugely global mind. Not to mention his capacity to give "voice" to inner demons (feelings, sensations, thoughts, archetypes and the commonplace within him.
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    My guess would be INFJ 5w4, though more inclined to thinking over feeling with heavy Ti.

    I've read abit of his works and while there's definitely Ti there, Ni has been pretty clear throughout, especially with him conducting psychoanalysis. Its not impossible that his functions aren't developed according to the stacking Ni Fe Ti Se. exceptions exist.

    Besides, infjs and intps share the same judging functions, plus being an enneagram 5 might make him resemble an intp (since intxs dominate enneagram 5). He may not behave like a stereotypical Infj (with relatively weak Fe for one) but I've never noticed Ne in his writings, so there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sneakierthanthee View Post
    My guess would be INFJ 5w4, though more inclined to thinking over feeling with heavy Ti.

    I've read abit of his works and while there's definitely Ti there, Ni has been pretty clear throughout, especially with him conducting psychoanalysis. Its not impossible that his functions aren't developed according to the stacking Ni Fe Ti Se. exceptions exist.

    Besides, infjs and intps share the same judging functions, plus being an enneagram 5 might make him resemble an intp (since intxs dominate enneagram 5). He may not behave like a stereotypical Infj (with relatively weak Fe for one) but I've never noticed Ne in his writings, so there.
    INFJ yes, but his focus on symbols puts Jung more in range of 9, particularly 1w9.
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    Jung was enfp. You need to consume a lot of drugs to come up with such bullshit
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Jung was enfp. You need to consume a lot of drugs to come up with such bullshit
    Why are you always drunk?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Why are you always drunk?
    Love..
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