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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    I really think you have a poor understanding of the dynamic between subject and object.
    Maybe I have poor verbal skills. Or maybe you have poor understanding me skills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    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,
    Yeah, but it always does.

    Similar question: How can one use intuition without sensory data?
    Man... so much muddled understanding... this is BW's doing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    Man... so much muddled understanding... this is BW's doing.
    lol
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    I thought you'd like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    Yeah, but it always does.



    Man... so much muddled understanding... this is BW's doing.
    No.

    It makes sense that feeling motivates thinking. Otherwise thinking wouldn't be limited enough and wouldn't be able to finish shit.

    If it doesn't matter to you to think about something, why would you think about it? You have to use feeling to check if it matters.

    I guess the relationship between sensing and intuition is slightly different, as intuition doesn't necessarily have to be grounded in sensing. But N is incomprehensible without some S at play.

    BW didn't tell me this stuff, this is just what makes sense to me.

    You just think I misunderstand if you haven't thought of the same metaphors I'm using.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    No.

    It makes sense that feeling motivates thinking. Otherwise thinking wouldn't be limited enough and wouldn't be able to finish shit.
    That's right. I forgot that I'm trying to correct you because I think it's sad and makes me unhappy when I see that you've lost your way.


    If it doesn't matter to you to think about something, why would you think about it? You have to use feeling to check if it matters.
    It's a farce to limit inspiration and drive to Feeling.


    I guess the relationship between sensing and intuition is slightly different, as intuition doesn't necessarily have to be grounded in sensing. But N is incomprehensible without some S at play.
    Except that sensory data is not equivalent to... senses.

    Let's have a look-see at the reciprocal of that: Do you have to intuit to sense? Definitely not.




    It's concrete data morelike. As opposed to abstract. You can be looking at something an intuiting it -- not sensing.


    BW didn't tell me this stuff, this is just what makes sense to me.
    Well if I were you I'd blame it on him.

    I blame everything on god.


    Parsing exists for a reason dude.

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    Meh, I give up. You're amazingly good at coming up with ways to interpret my words such that they don't make sense.

    It makes sense to me. It probably makes sense to some other people. I guess those are the people I'm talking to.

    That's right. I forgot that I'm trying to correct you because I think it's sad and makes me unhappy when I see that you've lost your way.
    No, you're trying to correct me to prove your superiority to yourself (and your audience). Still Fe, though.

    It's a farce to limit inspiration and drive to Feeling.
    It's not limited to Feeling. Feeling helps though. Just like being logical isn't limited to Thinking. Thinking helps though.

    Intuition does a lot of the work.

    Edit: Feeling is the translator of inspiration and drive from unconsciousness to consciousness.

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    No, no, no. Ha!
    I can condescend to anyone.
    You're not special.

    It just happens that it's you right now.
    Feeling contains no malice anyway.

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    Condescending is F.

    I wish Bluewing realized that

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    Ich glaube, das ist Deutschland sieben Stunden später...Gute Nacht!
    Ahem...conjugated verb goes at the end of the subordinate clause .
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