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    It was an explanation for Jeno. (That is your real first name, isn't it, Jeno?)

    For the record, I agree with INFJ for John Doe.

    Morgan Freeman's character is INFP, and Brad Pitt's is ISFP (maybe ISTP.)
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    Moved some posts here. Y'all shut up now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by simulatedworld View Post
    I think I finally understand Ne vs. Ni.

    Basically, Ne seeks to change or reinvent the external object, idea, theory, person, etc.

    Ni seeks to change or reinvent your personal perceptions of it--Ni questions the process of perception itself and the possible flaws therein. It does not actually interact directly with the external idea or object. Ni is far more personal and cannot easily be explained or expressed to others the way Ne can. (Nor does it even want external validation the way Ne usually does.)
    Nice way to re-state it.

    I agree with the phrase "re-invent" from the Introvert's POV. (The extrovert is far more apt to try to "change" something via Ne, that's ENxP in a nutshell; INxP is going to re-invent or re-cast the inherent definition of the object, changing its essence and context in the Ji scheme of things.)
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