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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    It more depends on one's definition of self-awareness... it's such a vague term.

    Most of what IJs do is perceive and respond. It doesn't really matter what they're perceiving, could be anything -- the stock market, the world outside a window, themselves -- and then they try to respond adequately. Because of this observation, they often learn how to manage themselves quite well. This could be considered awareness, as a knowledge of one's strengths, weaknesses, habits needs, wants, likes, dislikes, neuroses, etc.

    IJs don't have the same sort of 'root' system that IPs have. Is this a prerequisite to self-awareness, as defined here?
    I do not get what you mean by root system but responding is what I do too
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I do not get what you mean by root system but responding is what I do too
    Everyone responds to some extent, but dominant perceivers moreso.

    The difference is that IJs have a tendency to keep their notes while EPs do not.
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    ahh, I get it

    does that make EPs bad ? I tend to forget what I have said like 5 seconds ago Besides do you believe me ? xD
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    Well, I've already stated that "self-awareness" needs a definition before we can seriously talk about it. I usually thought of it as being the concept of knowing how your own mind works, basically. That would be more in the hands of Judgement then Perception. Perception only sees, but does not understand. Actually understanding is Judgement's realm.

    So perhaps we should say that Fi and Ti are the most self-understanding?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    I usually thought of it as being the concept of knowing how your own mind works, basically.
    If your mind would be ill, it would not suffice, when you know how only your mind works to be self-aware
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    ahh, I get it

    does that make EPs bad ? I tend to forget what I have said like 5 seconds ago Besides do you believe me ? xD
    I forget too... I'm dominant Ni, so things slip through my mind like a sieve. I just make my notes before things happen, so I don't have to remember them.

    It's not bad to not have notes. It just takes a helluva lot more energy, but EPs have a lot of that, so you shouldn't be too worried.
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    please quit quoting the functions, noone only works with one function . But I have got your point, wont bug you anymore
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    please quit quoting the functions, noone only works with one function . But I have got your point, wont bug you anymore
    Yes...

    but the point is that Ni and Si tend to not get along. *shrug*
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    that is your pov...
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    that is your pov...
    Well, it's only theory.

    Then again, that's what the whole thing is...
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