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    I think INTJs tend to be highly aware of their competencies/weaknesses and goals, and surprisingly oblivious to their motives and underlying values.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    I think INTJs tend to be highly aware of their competencies/weaknesses and goals, and surprisingly oblivious to their motives and underlying values.
    I could not have said that any better myself, agreed!
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    INTJs are probably most aware of their place/function/how they relate to a power structure. INFJs are probably most aware of their place in the social world/how they affect people. INFPs are most aware of how they feel and what they believe is right. INTPs are probably most aware of how they think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    INTJs are probably most aware of their place/function/how they relate to a power structure. INFJs are probably most aware of their place in the social world/how they affect people. INFPs are most aware of how they feel and what they believe is right. INTPs are probably most aware of how they think.
    Excellent post.

    I'm incredibly weak in understanding how I can affect others. It works against me especially since I live in a Fe environment.
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    Being a J gets in the way of self-awareness. INTP's and INFP's are the most self-aware.

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    INTPs??!?!?!?

    Pa-lease!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    Excellent points.

    Um, I would think that those with dominant Fi functions would be the most prone or likely to be self-aware.

    I think, relatively speaking, that I am an incredibly self-aware person, and I think that my self-awareness is intricately tied to my emotional intelligence, and that my emotional intelligence is a by-product of my strongly felt and experienced Fi.
    I firmly stand by this assertion.

    Self-awareness entails a lot of Fi.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Being a J gets in the way of self-awareness. INTP's and INFP's are the most self-aware.
    in some sense this is true (but only for introverts), as dominant perceivers have an unconscious process as their highest priority.

    INFPs would be most aware of their motivations, which seems to be the definition we're using.

    to revise my previous post:

    INTJs (should be ENTJ) are probably most aware of their place/function/how they relate to a power structure. INFJs (should be ENFJ) are probably most aware of their place in the social world/how they affect people. INFPs are most aware of how they feel and what they believe is right. INTPs are probably most aware of how they think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CaptainChick View Post
    INTPs??!?!?!?

    Pa-lease!!!
    Self-awareness requires both F intelligence and T intelligence. For instance, an emotional person might be crying and will have no idea why they are, it requires them to take a step back from themselves and analyze the situation rationally, like an INTP would do.

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    Yeah, um INTPs have a dormant Fe function.
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