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    Default Si VERSUS Se [TEST]

    Which of the following represent Se and which represent Si?

    1. I like to imagine shapes of things in clouds.
    2. How should I wear my hair today?
    3. I often find myself battling my inner demons.
    4. People who have beards are hiding something.
    5. The people next door have no common sense.
    6. You're such an angel!
    7. I have unusual feelings that I can only express
    through the world around me.
    8. I enjoy looking for the man in the moon.
    9. There is much beauty in ugliness.
    10. I had a feeling something bad was going to happen.
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    40 views and no attempts to answer the question?

    What kind of typologists are you?
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    1. I like to imagine shapes of things in clouds. (Si/Ne axis, Ne Super-Id inclination)

    2. How should I wear my hair today? (Si, More likely Si blocked with Fe, or Se blocked (Ego) with Fi)

    3. I often find myself battling my inner demons. (Se blocked with Fi)

    4. People who have beards are hiding something. (? Unhealthy Ni, seeing distortions in reality where there might not be any, unless this is a character generalization, in which case it would be a 1-Dimensional rational element*, opinions formulated only on personal experience)

    5. The people next door have no common sense. (S blocked with T)

    6. You're such an angel! (Fi, possibly Fi blocked with Ne (Fi+))

    7. I have unusual feelings that I can only express through the world around me. (Se blocked with Fi)

    8. I enjoy looking for the man in the moon. (? Super-Id Ne?)

    9. There is much beauty in ugliness. (Irrational Element** blocked with F)

    10. I had a feeling something bad was going to happen [in the back of my mind?]. (Super-Id Ni, Se/Ni axis, vital Ni)

    *Leaning toward 1-d Te

    ** Physical beauty and ugliness, Si blocked with Fe; Symbolic and Mystical beauty and ugliness, Ni blocked with Fe

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    The only right answers are Si or Se.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    The only right answers are Si or Se.
    Then remove some of the statements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alea_iacta_est View Post
    Then remove some of the statements.
    And what do you mean by "(Si/Ne axis, Ne Super-Id inclination)"? Should I take this as an Si response? Or Ne? I don't get it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    And what do you mean by "(Si/Ne axis, Ne Super-Id inclination)"? Should I take this as an Si response? Or Ne? I don't get it.
    You should take it as a type that has Si as one of its primary functions. The directive illustrated with that statement is indicative of weak, valued Ne*, which is in turn indicative of strong, valued Si.

    *Or, in a strong, valued Ne type that is actually paying attention to its surroundings to use Ne in tandem with weak, valued Si, but this example provided, however, seems more in line with the childish exploration of sensory perceptions through objective analogical connections (i.e. Trying to see different things in clouds would be more like something an SJ would do when relaxed than an NP)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alea_iacta_est View Post
    You should take it as a type that has Si as one of its primary functions. The directive illustrated with that statement is indicative of weak, valued Ne*, which is in turn indicative of strong, valued Si.

    *Or, in a strong, valued Ne type that is actually paying attention to its surroundings to use Ne in tandem with weak, valued Si.
    What do you mean by "Si as one of its primary functions"?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    What do you mean by "Si as one of its primary functions"?
    Si Lead or Si Creative. Or Si Dominant and Si Auxillary. Primary was meant to be Ego functions (Strong, Valued).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alea_iacta_est View Post
    Si Lead or Si Creative. Or Si Dominant and Si Auxillary. Primary was meant to be Ego functions.
    I see.

    Well, I'm looking at Si and Se purely, and then applying them to the ten statements. So as far as that goes, I would treat them both as Dominant by default.
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