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    Why it is difficult to understand the function order?

    We confuse action with reaction.
    Hence subject and object.

    Action is subject. Reaction is object.
    Not in the individual basis.

    The individual order is the reverse order.
    Perception (= sight) provides the original information.

    We think the original information is not processed information.
    We process it later.

    It is the other way around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Perception (= sight) provides the original information.

    We think the original information is not processed information.
    We process it later.

    It is the other way around.
    i understand this part. info comes in processed and then we have to try to remove bias from it.

    Why it is difficult to understand the function order?

    We confuse action with reaction.
    Hence subject and object.

    Action is subject. Reaction is object.
    Not in the individual basis.

    The individual order is the reverse order.
    i don't get it. we confuse subject with object... but, what does "the individual order is the reverse order" mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    i understand this part. info comes in processed and then we have to try to remove bias from it.



    i don't get it. we confuse subject with object... but, what does "the individual order is the reverse order" mean?
    The parts are interconnected. But you are right: Sight lies.

    The individual order is the reverse order.
    The individual is you.
    Who reacts? You do.
    Reaction is object in the eye of another.

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    aha i see what you're saying.

    projection is definitely a huge problem when it comes to application of MBTI.

    i'm still confused about what you mean when you say "order". are you talking about the order of processed information -> unbiased information?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    aha i see what you're saying.

    projection is definitely a huge problem when it comes to application of MBTI.

    i'm still confused about what you mean when you say "order". are you talking about the order of processed information -> unbiased information?
    Yes. A good observation. Thereby a question of order.
    Only I am playing with an idea. To adjust the thing to a wider perspective.
    Sight is a backhand.

    Is it the only backhand?
    Or is it a particle in the network of backhands?

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