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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    As much detail as you have provided, I'm not sure you understand the essence of the functions and what they mean.


    I think you should probably just quit talking to me. I'm pretty sure I understand Si better than you do. Functions are attitudes, they are ways of seeing the world, they aren't things like "memory" and Si is not "a matching function."

    I didn't realize you were like this, until now.

    You're doing this just because you said you think I'm an ENFP, in fact you announced it, like you know, and questioned why I thought I had Se instead of Ne, and I expressed my opinion that I don't necessarily feel sure you're an INTJ, so we probably shouldn't just have this conversation.

    But you persisted. And now you're mad. And I never even said you were an ISTJ, just FTR. You're pissed off that I questioned your type.

    But you questioned mine first.

    This isn't about my understanding of Si. You've made it about you.

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    By the way @Santtu, you've made an excellent case for people mistaking Si for logic.

    Bravo.

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    Which is more important: the car or the fuel necessary for its running?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    Which is more important: the car or the fuel necessary for its running?
    Which is more important: the theory or the fact?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Which is more important: the theory or the fact?
    The fact. In theory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasofy View Post
    The fact. In theory.
    You passed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmotini View Post


    I think you should probably just quit talking to me. I'm pretty sure I understand Si better than you do. Functions are attitudes, they are ways of seeing the world, they aren't things like "memory" and Si is not "a matching function."

    I didn't realize you were like this, until now.

    You're doing this just because you said you think I'm an ENFP, in fact you announced it, like you know, and questioned why I thought I had Se instead of Ne, and I expressed my opinion that I don't necessarily feel sure you're an INTJ, so we probably shouldn't just have this conversation.

    But you persisted. And now you're mad. And I never even said you were an ISTJ, just FTR. You're pissed off that I questioned your type.
    I'm not mad. I just think you don't understand

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    Quote Originally Posted by Santtu View Post
    1) Logically, the school should start the same time this monday as it started the last week
    2) The time for monday's lessons will be found in the schedule
    3) Logically, the person who invited me for a beer will provide all the beer we need
    4) I'll find out if I need to bring my own beer by asking the person who invited me
    5) Logically, the device should work when the start button is pressed
    6) I'll find out the condition of this device after pressing the start button.
    7) Logically, my spouse should be happy after coming home from whatever happy things (s)he did today.
    8) I'll hear how my spouse's day turned out after (s)he comes home.

    Do you agree more with the odd-numbered statements or even-numbered statements? This wasn't supposed to be a trick question or anything like that. I'm just saying that from my experience, I see people who claim to be "logical" as just like that. Agreeing with the odd-numbered statements and not with the even-numbered. What more is there to it?
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    Prob a bit of both.
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