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    Default Mathematics of personality type

    I have been thinking about this for awhile and how to formulate it, but it seems obvious that the functions are related to each other in such a way that they are "conflictory" in terms of being able to be expressed simultaneously initially. So we can write them as functions in terms of each other with the various types having different formulations. Instead of getting bogged down in terminology like differentiating INTPs from INTJs, I think we could say for all practical purposes that INTx is similar to one another in a way that perhaps ESFxs are etc. So you can begin creating simple relationships such as NTs having higher intuition and impersonal logic skills compared to direct sensory and relational logic skills.

    So in initial rules we can say something simple like F(t) ∝ to k[1/F(f)^x], F(n) ∝ K[1/F(s)^x], ... where x is a factor of time poured into the function and k is a constant of factors that impact the development of the function

    So Intj would be proportional to F(i),F(n), F(t). However, the relationships set up by Jung also imply F(n) for example can be related to F(e) or F(i).

    So the relationship between F(n) and F(i) can be directly or inversely proportional multiplied by various factors.

    However, we all seem to agree that as a person develops over time they can use their various life skills, experience, etc to compensate for their weaknesses.

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    Oh great not only have the psychologists of today substituted behaviors with functions but they have even substituted functions for numbers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UniqueMixture View Post
    So you can begin creating simple relationships such as NTs having higher intuition and impersonal logic skills compared to direct sensory and relational logic skills.
    I'm not sure I understand what numbers tell us here that cannot be deduced from the letters themselves.

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    you should break it down so casual arithmetic-ers (e.g people who just tie their shoelaces) can have a read. So is NP greater than SJ?

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