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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    You can't really divorce Fe from Ti. Nor can you divorce Te from Fi. They're completely dependent on each other.
    You really need to meet some of the executives I coach.
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    Now we just need an INFJ who calls himself the Führer of this thread xD
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    All Thinking is about practicality.

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    They really are the same. They both just use logic. Depending on the orientation, you're bound to get different results, but ultimately, the deciding is done by finding the most logical solution to a 'problem'.


    Just the same, Ni and Ne are the identical mechanisms, as are Si-Se and Fi-Fe.
    True. I didn't mean Ti wasn't practical, I just meant that Ti isn't focused on tangible practicality (I think the word tangible is somewhat implied in the connotation of practicality, but I could be wrong).

    Te and Ti are pretty much the same. Thinking is really just one function. The spectrum of introversion to extroversion is the spectrum of tangibility to depth. Ti checks an idea against itself, Te checks an idea against the world.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edcoaching View Post
    You really need to meet some of the executives I coach.
    What do you mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    What do you mean?
    They really do manage to make decisions without any consideration of impact on people/community values/etc.--or carry them out in ways that completely destroy any hope of buy-in.

    Yes, they're immature and unhealthy, not normally developed Thinking types. That's why their team is in trouble and why I get called in...
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    How can one be motivated to think without feeling okaying the idea? Feeling does not necessarily mean considering others. It just means value judgments. Fe doesn't have to care about others, it just looks to the environment for validation.

    Similar question: How can one use intuition without sensory data?

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    gn8 dissonance aswell
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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    True. I didn't mean Ti wasn't practical, I just meant that Ti isn't focused on tangible practicality (I think the word tangible is somewhat implied in the connotation of practicality, but I could be wrong).

    Te and Ti are pretty much the same. Thinking is really just one function. The spectrum of introversion to extroversion is the spectrum of tangibility to depth. Ti checks an idea against itself, Te checks an idea against the world.
    I really think you have a poor understanding of the dynamic between subject and object.

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