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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    Ah, but you're above mere psychology!
    Thanks.

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    Hmmm, I have a slight problem with question 5. Specifically, I'm not sure that there's a real difference between being "just" and being correct. If I am correct in my judgment, then I will have decided justly.

    Or am I missing something?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Hmmm, I have a slight problem with question 5. Specifically, I'm not sure that there's a real difference between being "just" and being correct. If I am correct in my judgment, then I will have decided justly.

    Or am I missing something?
    Well...What I intended to separate there was being right about impersonal matters (correctness) vs. being right about personal matters (justice). I may reword it though, if I can think of something better which remains vague enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Well...What I intended to separate there was being right about impersonal matters (correctness) vs. being right about personal matters (justice). I may reword it though, if I can think of something better which remains vague enough.
    Oh, so it's like a variation of the subjective/objective split? I was confused because I didn't view justice as a personal matter, since we usually determine the justness of a decision by how well it measures up to what is factually correct. I misunderstood.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orangey View Post
    Oh, so it's like a variation of the subjective/objective split? I was confused because I didn't view justice as a personal matter, since we usually determine the justness of a decision by how well it measures up to what is factually correct. I misunderstood.
    But being that you misunderstood, it may still be better off reworded.

    The trick to an extremely short test like this is getting it brutally perfect, on the razor's edge. It's not easy.

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    Question five has been changed from

    a. I am almost always just.
    b. I am almost always correct.

    To:

    a. I am almost always sympathetic.
    b. I am almost always correct.

    Better?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Question five has been changed from

    a. I am almost always just.
    b. I am almost always correct.

    To:

    a. I am almost always sympathetic.
    b. I am almost always correct.

    Better?
    Yeah, much more clear .
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    I really don't like the design. And I couldn't get a result, this sort of thing will only work for people with no subtlety.
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    1.

    a. I am drawn away from excessive solitude.
    b. I am drawn away from excessive interaction.

    2.

    a. I can instantly tell you whether something is morally wrong or right.
    b. I easily pick up on nuance and subtlety.
    c. I am keenly aware of my physical environment, and of details.
    d. I can instantly tell you whether something is factually true or false.

    3a. Only answer if you chose a or d for question 2!

    a. I easily pick up on nuance and subtlety.
    b. I am keenly aware of my physical environment, and of details.

    3b. Only answer if you chose b or c for question 2!

    c. I can instantly tell you whether something is morally wrong or right.
    d. I can instantly tell you whether something is factually true or false.

    4.

    a. I value order and follow plans
    b. I can accept disorder, and I value spontaneity.

    5.

    a. I am almost always sympathetic.
    b. I am almost always correct.

    6.

    a. After several hours in a group, I may become uncomfortable.
    b. After several hours alone, I may become uncomfortable.

    7.

    a. I prefer hard fact.
    b. I prefer speculation.

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    Jack Flak, I found most your questions too unequivocal and not abstract enough; for example, I am never 'almost always' anything, well perhaps a jackass.

    Also, I failed your test. It says I am an IXTX ( b=I d=TJ a=N b=P b= Ta= I a=S).:steam:
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    Oh our 3rd person reference to ourselves denotes nothing more than we realize we are epic characters on the forum.

    Narcissism, plain and simple.

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    1.

    a. I am drawn away from excessive solitude.
    b. I am drawn away from excessive interaction.

    2.

    a. I can instantly tell you whether something is morally wrong or right.
    b. I easily pick up on nuance and subtlety.
    c. I am keenly aware of my physical environment, and of details.
    d. I can instantly tell you whether something is factually true or false.

    3a. Only answer if you chose a or d for question 2!

    a. I easily pick up on nuance and subtlety.
    b. I am keenly aware of my physical environment, and of details.

    3b. Only answer if you chose b or c for question 2!

    c. I can instantly tell you whether something is morally wrong or right.
    d. I can instantly tell you whether something is factually true or false.

    4.

    a. I value order, and I follow plans.
    b. I can accept disorder, and I value spontaneity.

    5.

    a. I am almost always sympathetic.
    b. I am almost always correct.

    6.

    a. After several hours in a group, I may become uncomfortable.
    b. After several hours alone, I may become uncomfortable.

    7.

    a. I prefer hard fact.
    b. I prefer speculation.

    I had a hard time deciding a or c on 2.

    The ones in bold make me XSFP.

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