# Thread: Signs of Ni

1. Originally Posted by mia_infp
Watching you chase your own tail post after post is kinda amusing, though.
Like a noble man said before me, "I am the Way and the Truth and the Life."

2. Originally Posted by Zarathustra
Like Jesus said, "I am the Truth."

Thanks for teaching me how to load videos, Z!

3. Originally Posted by mia_infp

Thanks for teaching me how to load videos, Z!

I'm awesome.

4. God, why do the last few posts have me talking like Kalach...

:horor:

5. Originally Posted by Zarathustra
God, why do the last few posts have me talking like Kalach...

:horor:
(LOL.....LMAO)

6. what was this thread about Ne-way?
@phobik

7. Originally Posted by Zarathustra
ETA: Actually, I think I'm on to something...

I think Ne is kinda just uncontained inductive reasoning.

It brings up all kinds of possibilities, but the true one (i.e., reality [Se]) is almost irrelevant.

Ni, on the other hand, considers the various possibilities, but only wants to come up with the true one (i.e., reality [Se]).

In a similar way, Ti is hardcore deductive reasoning (like grand theory stylez -- every single step along a huge path of reasoning is explicitly demonstrated), while Te is much more deductive reasoning lite ("empirically that is shown to be not true, thus what you're saying does not follow").

Hmmm... not bad... there's actually something here...

Thanks, Ne-user, for generating a (false) possibility that helped lead me, the Ni-user (and you, as my beneficiary), closer to the truth.

I should add that there's probably something about the NP searching for some kind of Si framework in there...

NPs: to what extent does your Si framework relate to reality? The relation of Se is obvious. It's direct. But Si is one step removed.

This is the same issue I mentioned to @uumlau above: that the NiSe vs NeSi thing does seem to have some sort of reciprocal relationship...

Like, I said above that we're searching for that one reality (Se), but I feel like I could say you guys, in a sense, are as well (Si).

The thing I'm interested in is... what's the difference between this Se reality we seek and the Si one you seek?

The main difference, from my end, seems to be that ours has more to do with being dynamic, while yours has more to do with being static.

It's essentially the difference between Heraclitus and Parmenides that I think so aptly captures the difference between NTJ and NTP.

Heraclitus was all about the dynamic flow of existence, while Parmenides was all about the staticness of Being.

8. Originally Posted by mia_infp
(LOL.....LMAO)
He warned me about this...

He said, "One day you'll have an idea bigger than all these schmucks you hang out with..."

Grow mia_infp! Grow!! Don't leave me alone in my infinite comprehension to become like Kalach!!!

9. Originally Posted by Zarathustra
He warned me about this...

He said, "One day you'll have an idea bigger than all these other schmucks you hang out with..."

Grow mia_infp! Grow!! Don't leave me alone in my infinite comprehension to become like Kalach!!!
:yim_rolling_on_the_

10. This thread amuses my Ni function.

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