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    Question ReGroup the types

    How would you regroup the types if it wasnt the NT/NF/SJ/SP? why? What would you name each group?

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    I was thinking about this a few days ago, about how coherent it could be to group MBTI types by functions shared, like in socionics. SFPs and NTJS together, NFPs and STJs, and so on. What do types visibly share with their mirrors?
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    NP/NJ/SJ/SP.

    Or even better, FP/TP/FJ/TJ.
    -end of thread-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Webslinger View Post
    What do types visibly share with their mirrors?

    Something I came up with awhile ago that might be useful for you to find it:

    Function commonality:

    SiNe: Collectors
    Connecting new information & patterns to the existing collection.
    NiSe: Streamers
    Connecting new information & patterns within its own stream.

    FiTe: Projectors
    Projecting internal values & plans outside.
    TiFe: Reflectors
    Reflecting upon external information inside.

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    ohh I missed the names aspect.

    FP - expressers (Fi)
    FJ - caretakers (Fe)
    TP - analyzers (Ti)
    TJ - producers (Te)

    Iunno, I guess they aren't very flattering.

    I kinda like the "interaction styles" grouping too - "chart the course" etc. I think it's valuable to group the types in all sorts of ways, actually - the "best" grouping depends on the context, I think.
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    As long as I'm not regrouped into the same newly constructed temperament as you Mane then I will be ok (put me with the ISFJs)!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    ohh I missed the names aspect.

    FP - expressers (Fi)
    FJ - caretakers (Fe)
    TP - analyzers (Ti)
    TJ - producers (Te)

    Iunno, I guess they aren't very flattering.

    I kinda like the "interaction styles" grouping too - "chart the course" etc. I think it's valuable to group the types in all sorts of ways, actually - the "best" grouping depends on the context, I think.
    So in what context would grouping by dominant judging function be the best to group by, and why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mane View Post
    Something I came up with awhile ago that might be useful for you to find it:

    Function commonality:

    SiNe: Collectors
    Connecting new information & patterns to the existing collection.
    NiSe: Streamers
    Connecting new information & patterns within its own stream.

    FiTe: Projectors
    Projecting internal values & plans outside.
    TiFe: Reflectors
    Reflecting upon external information inside.
    Been trying to name those for the longest. Was just today thinking about it again.

    A lot of names we assign like that can become ambiguous.

    I looked at something like "enigmatic" for TiFe, because I hold the people/task dimension to be a primary temperament factor, and with people focus being "informing" and "motive focus", and task focus being "directing" and "structure focus", these line up for FP's and TJ's, but are mixed for TP's and FJ's, and makes for interesting mixtures (like NFJ's being the only "directive" Feelers, and NTP's being the only "informative" Thinkers. This often creates T/F confusion).

    I also looked at "circumspective" for NeSi, because they basically "look around", (at multiple possibilities, or previously stored facts) rather than directly experiencing the tangible world and matching it to a set meaning.

    That just leaves the other two groups. If TiFe is "enigmatic", then TeFi could be "consistent", but that sounds to broad or generalistic. SeNi I've never been able to think of a good term for.
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    I picked collection for NeSi because it desribes the mechanic involved. New data is collected and new patterns within that data, and is then allocated to withing the collection, the new data provides eveluation of similarity and contrast, the new patterns go to breed and connect with other patterns to form new ones.

    I have being prosponing making a thread about my theory of function mechanic, development and origin forever... Maybe when my laptop comes back, this isnt mobile phone material.

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