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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    Because those naturally come first. We all lead with the hand we are dealt with at birth.
    No, I meant why does Fe have a Ti motive?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    You wrote: "i have a good idea of how the system works." That just comes more naturally to some than to others. I'm just observing that you pick up on the social aspects first, and that's what the medical system is. Not the record-keeping and the filing-system, but the social hierarchy.


    yeah. to me, since i've been a patient and the family member and friend of doctors themselves - and probably because i'm geared to think in a big-picture human-focused way - i see the system as more a giant functioning organism than a conglomeration of learned individuals practicing science, though certainly medicine is both. my dad - a biochemist INTP doctor - probably sees it quite differently from myself. i should ask him, it'd be interesting to hear it from his POV.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    I'm certain that Fe motives have something to do with developing your Ti talents.
    Not necessarily. To be successful, one has to balance out. I have always had some knack for critical thinking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    I have a blog. You will now tell me to go rant on my blog.
    I didn't send that message twice, the server is messing up today.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    I have a blog. You will now tell me to go rant on my blog.
    You're very perceptive.

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    MBTI describes preference, not ability. Everyone uses every function when necessary.

    These are basic MBTI facts. I don't know why they need to be repeated over and over again.

    In other words, research more, make fewer assumptions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glycerine View Post
    OK. I just tease out the nuances and look for general patterns when doing math problems. How the heck does one humanize numbers?
    me and some of my mathematician friends - most of which now are finishing MS in mathematics (becuse i went in specialized math-oriented high school so we were geek-only school etc) who were NFs (and NT vs NF ratio was almost 1:1) were often discussing - while drunk - how math is like life. solving a math problem is like experiencing life. these are one of my favorite convos with my ENFJ best friend from high school who is now MS in math.... and greeeat book - I read it when I was 13 lol - was book, Goldbach's Conjecture (every number greater than 2 can e expressed as a sum of 2 prime numbers, n=p1+p2), where that guy spend the whole life researching/trying to prove Goldbach's conjecture, he developed a relationship in his head with 2 prime numbers, imagined them as female twins, dreamt about them etc
    it was cool book for reading how math can be passionate for NF esp for teenage me who was passionate about math
    i think it ended up with him spending his life pursuing something that cant be proven because it probably?! is not true LOL. This is why I decided not to devote my life to math even though "that shouls have been my path" haha

    I definately personalize Math. it was woman in my life, i would describe her like that. My old lover, that brings warmth to my heart when we occassionally meet, but we grown seperate ways and after 10 minutes have no more topics.. it becomes awkward and we just say hi-bye for good old times *i always get so nostalgic when i think about my old friend*

    this is the book

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    Quote Originally Posted by mal12345 View Post
    . I'm talking about those high-use Sensors who don't understand the concept of "outer space," or "galaxy," or "satellite," where this is not due to having a low IQ.
    Oh, and this is the most retarded thing I've read in a while, so congrats.
    -end of thread-

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    Quote Originally Posted by nebbykoo View Post
    You're very perceptive.
    That was a prediction, not a perception.

    Unfortunately, other posters don't comment on blog posts. So if I didn't care to carry on a conversation, I would go blogging.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    Nope. Feel free to call my posts retarded anytime you like, or anyone else's. It's not against the rules.
    Randomnity, please! He's trying to enlighten you about a book he just read.

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