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    Default THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EXTROVERTED THINKING AND INTROVERTED THINKING!

    'Introverted thinking is primarily orientated by
    the subjective factor. At the least, this subjective factor is represented by a subjective feeling of
    direction, which, in the last resort, determines judgment. Occasionally, it is a more or less
    finished image, which to some extent, serves as a standard. This thinking may be conceived
    either with concrete or with abstract factors, but always at the decisive points it is orientated by
    subjective data. Hence, it does not lead from concrete experience back again into objective
    things, but always to the subjective content, External facts are not the aim and origin of this
    thinking, although the introvert would often like to make it so appear. It begins in the subject,
    and returns to the subject, although it may [p. 481] undertake the widest flights into the territory
    of the real and the actual.'-Carl Jung, Psychology types

    *Introverted thinking is reflected inward, meaning the thinking of one is guided by inner judgment and reasoning which determine the view one has on the outside world (it is a subjective one because it is guided by one inner world).

    *Introverted thinking users may have theories and beliefs that they subject the outside world to. This means they will explain the outside world or abstract things using their own theories and inner world of principles and laws (supposedly).

    *This doesn't necessarily mean Ti users can't accept known physical facts, it just means on the top of these facts will likely be our own interpretation or flavor of opinion that explains them and serves our theories and ideas. 'Hence, it does not lead from concrete experience back again into objective
    things'.

    'In accordance with his definition, we must picture a, man whose constant aim -- in so far, of
    course, as he is a [p. 435] pure type -- is to bring his total life-activities into relation with
    intellectual conclusions, which in the last resort are always orientated by objective data, whether
    objective facts or generally valid ideas. This type of man gives the deciding voice-not merely for
    himself alone but also on behalf of his entourage-either to the actual objective reality or to its
    objectively orientated, intellectual formula. By this formula are good and evil measured, and
    beauty and ugliness determined. All is right that corresponds with this formula; all is wrong that
    contradicts it; and everything that is neutral to it is purely accidental. Because this formula seems
    to correspond with the meaning of the world, it also becomes a world-law whose realization must
    be achieved at all times and seasons, both individually and collectively. Just as the extraverted
    thinking type subordinates himself to his formula, so, for its own good, must his entourage also
    obey it, since the man who refuses to obey is wrong -- he is resisting the world-law, and is,
    therefore, unreasonable, immoral, and without a conscience.' Carl Jung,Psychological types

    *Te is a function that focuses on the external world and the laws and principles it seems to display. It makes decision in accordance to the formula that explains the external world or widely accepted facts or opinions that rule it.

    *Te is determined by the objective factor, not subjective factor like Ti. It's final conclusion always corresponds with the outside world, Te works around the laws and principles that external objects seem to be ruled by. Where has, Ti would understands such things but subject it's own thoughts to it, to satisfy it's personal beliefs and reasoning.

    *'...is to bring his total life-activities into relation with
    intellectual conclusions, which in the last resort are always orientated by objective data,[/B] whether
    objective facts or generally valid ideas. This type of man gives the deciding voice-not merely for
    himself alone but also on behalf of his entourage-either to the actual objective reality or to its
    objectively orientated, intellectual formula.'Carl Jung, Typology
    -The life of a Te is likely to correspond with the worlds definition of beauty, wealth, achievement and such things.

    -Te can theorize too, but unlike Ti it is based on what is there and what can be seen.


    THERE BIGGEST DIFFERENCE between Ti and Te is guided by the objective world, it's principles and ideas, that explain it. Te theories and ideas are likely physical or could store affect in the outside world because it is based on it. It is not primarily ruled by subjective beliefs or reasoning as Ti is but by objective and factual means which produced results in the world. Imagine standing around an object, the object is in the center, and you are subjected to it by it's principles and laws. You would want to produced a result that doesn't destroy the good aspects of it. You are not the object, the object is the object which determines everything, even the way you work it.

    Imagine Ti standing in the middle with 20 objects around it, Ti is the object, everything else is subjected towards it's way of viewing things. Just like the object controlled and shaped Te actions, Ti controls and shapes such things in it's internal world. Ti will have it's own beliefs and ideas towards it, whether they are logical or empirical. They can understand the basics of such objects but they will likely try to see beyond or deeper into it but most times it is there own reasoning and theory or idea of what they see. It see's how the conditions of the objects can fit it's own internal world or do what he wants them to do, not what they are and how they can be improved in a way that doesn't cause chaos in the outside world.

    Ti is SUBJECTIVE, Te is OBJECTIVE.
    Ti subjects things into it's internal world. Te works around the principles and laws of the outside world.
    Te can have it's own ideas but they will correspond with the laws of the external world, ti can see the same as Te
    but it will go a step further as to add things that don't correspond or can be tested by it because it is
    subjective.

    Ti thinking is internal, Te thinking is external.

    To know which function you predominately are, answer these few questions, if you answered Ti or Te to most questions you are likely that type.

    1. Are my ideas mostly abstract or based on concrete facts or things?
    Abstract=Ti
    Concrete=Te

    2. Does my skill lie in making up new ideas to explain the outside world or manipulating the outside world to achieve certain results or prove or disprove ideas?
    Ideas=ti
    manipulating=Te

    3. Am I mostly disorganized or organised?
    disorganized=Ti
    organised=Te

    These questions sucked, but I hope you picked out the difference between the two thinking functions.
    I hope you can try to find out which function you favor the most,because this will help you figure out your MBTI type.

    Feel free to correct me if I got anything wrong.

    Since Te is based on objective data or widely accepted facts, which can be proved and disproved, and are open to our five sense, Te users are mostly likely to focus on the external world.
    Last edited by Vasilisa; 08-17-2014 at 01:44 PM.

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    For a moment I thought Chickpea wrote all this.
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    Good effort, but some bolded section titles would be cool.
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