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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    Actually that looks more like Si. Taking large quantities of things and placing them into categories is Si.
    ^This post is Ti.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabe View Post
    "spell out thier entire reasoning process" hmm. sounds like auxiliary Te. And yes, they can be incredibly long-winded. Have you ever-read jung?: (Jung was an INTJ)
    Actually I think Jung was an INFP. INFP's as a type tend to be much wordier in their writing than INTJ's. My INTJ boss criticized my technical writing because even though it was very easy to read, she wanted short concise bullet points. (Of course everyone else liked that it was an easy to read technical manual, so we kept my format.) INTJ's prefer writing to be short, organized and to the point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    Split from Mistyped Memberz.



    As an extra thought: where is his Te? When TJ types make an argument they get to the point quickly. They generally don't spell out their entire reasoning process like BlueWing does. BlueWing is Ti overload.




    I'm one of the people who has said it. For an xNTP, Ne can take all of their thoughts and boil them down into a shorter form that is easy to understand while preserving the essence of the argument. BlueWing doesn't do that very well. He shares his entire thought process with you. That is one clear way that his Ne is underdeveloped.
    INTP description of dominant Ti from "An Introduction to the personality type code" (Berens+Nardi):

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    "They search for the accurate words to describe and explain things sparingly, getting to the essence of the issue or concept"
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    "SPARINGLY".

    If an INTP ramble's they'll do it with the percieving functions. (yes, IN_Ps are totally the old person on the plane who when you tell them something they say, "well, this is like the time that I..." or "well actually, I grow five varieties of tomatoes, plum tomatoes, which look a bit like plums, and they originally got that name in ....". "I just got a titanium hip implant. Doctors these days tend to use titanium for joint replacements, you see the molecular structure of titanium allows it too...."

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    Hmm, I am not familiar with that author, Ernst Mayer is probably the only Ti scientist/author who I can tolerate reading.

    I do love to read Matt Ridley, James Watson, Charles Seife and Rudy Rucker, (not all scientists, obviously) but all Te or Ne writers nonetheless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    Watson == INTP.
    No way!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    Actually I think Jung was an INFP. INFP's as a type tend to be much wordier in their writing than INTJ's. My INTJ boss criticized my technical writing because even though it was very easy to read, she wanted short concise bullet points. (Of course everyone else liked that it was an easy to read technical manual, so we kept my format.) INTJ's prefer writing to be short, organized and to the point.
    I dissagree. INTJs might talk about being concise, but they write in a way that's very long-winded, and also organized and to the point.

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    And "numbers game" stuff is usually Te, and that goes on for ever. When I think of Te I think of the lab report (and later, normal study-based scientific paper) structure. I never cover quite everything I'm supposed to in lab reports.

    That kind of scientific paper stuff goes on for ever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabe View Post
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    "They search for the accurate words to describe and explain things sparingly, getting to the essence of the issue or concept"
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    Heh, I have no idea what the context of this quote is. It is short and to the point though, so I guess that is Te.

    INTP's are very short with their words when speaking. Also when writing fiction INTP's tend not to be too descriptive, so they are pretty short there too. When writing in a technical fashion, especially when explaining their reasoning, they can be very long winded because their though process is very elaborate. CC is right about legalese. Long technical legal documents use a lot of Ti. Also there are lots of 1000+ page philosophy books writen by INTPs. If they describe their reasoning process then they get very long winded.
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    Guess it is time to ask a profi on that T-thing xD

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