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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    he wants to get reactions out of people because he's a 7w8, not because he's ENTP (I'm an ENFP 7 and I love getting reactions out of people )
    I don't think the reactions out of people thing determines his type but it might be a part of it. I don't think being an Etype 7 makes a difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    Terintino possibly may be ENTP. I'm gonna do some research. However, going back to our previous T vs. F scale, and how it fails: @Elfboy is a clear example of why you can't use just T and F to decide whether someone is an ENFP vs. ENTP. When Elfboy takes a classic T vs. F scale Mbti test, he always tests NTJ. However, the man is clearly an Ne dom and clearly uses Fi<Te. Therefore he is ENFP.
    I think people confuse functions with brain function which is completely different. Personality is just what makes a person who they are and how they act.

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    I'm unable to find a motivation to care what type MJF is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    How can you possibly believe that a strong tertiary function can not make someone look like another personality? Take a look at the ENFP users "Chipps" and "MuChApArAdOx" on personalitycafe for instance. Both of them are really ENFP's with strong Te, but yet they both clearly look like ENTJ's.
    What does "clearly look like" mean?

    How does @Elfboy "clearly look like" an ENFP?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jixmixfix View Post
    I think people confuse functions with brain function which is completely different. Personality is just what makes a person who they are and how they act.
    No. There is literally a scientist that is named "Dario Nardi" that has literally mapped out all the cognitive functions and has created evidence for them through brain scans. For God sake mbti theory woudn't have even been created if it weren't for Jungian cognitive functional theory.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    What does "clearly look like" mean?

    How does @Elfboy "clearly look like" an ENFP?
    1. He can't use Ti for shit.

    2. He hates Ti.

    3. He hates Fe and his Fe is pretty lousy.

    4. He has a strong sense of backbone, but his sense of backbone according to him comes from his strong personal beliefs. He says that he constantly reflects on how he feels about things. He says that his personal beliefs mean everything to him, and he would damn near die for them and wouldn't break one of his values for anyone. Plus, his values are completely set in stone and don't change (Fi<Te) as opposed to Ti<Fe moral values that are generally more flexible and not set in stone. He also reinforces these moral values with Te and basically shuts down anyone that impedes on his values.

    5. He is not analytical at all like a Ti user, and in fact thinks that Ti is a waste of time. He says that Ti causes "analysis paralysis", wastes too much time, and isn't efficient. This an indication of a Te user.

    6. He doesn't care if what he believes makes logical sense and makes most of his decisions based on subjective Fi values as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    1. He can't use Ti for shit.
    So he's an ENFJ?

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    2. He hates Ti.
    ENFJ again?

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    3. He hates Fe and his Fe is pretty lousy.
    Oh! Ummm... enTj then?

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    4. He has a strong sense of backbone, but his sense of backbone according to him comes from his strong personal beliefs. He says that he constantly reflects on how he feels about things. He says that his personal beliefs mean everything to him, and he would damn near die for them and wouldn't break one of his values for anyone. Plus, his values are completely set in stone and don't change (Fi<Te) as opposed to Ti<Fe moral values that are generally more flexible and not set in stone. He also reinforces these moral values with Te and basically shuts down anyone that impedes on his values.
    What is a "strong sense of backbone?" Either you have a strong backbone, or you don't.

    We all value things. Te has moral values, for sure. It's just that they sometimes make themselves the exception to their own rule (see Psychological Types on the extraverted thinking function).

    Does @Elfboy sometimes make himself the exception to his rule?


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    5. He is not analytical at all like a Ti user, and in fact thinks that Ti is a waste of time. He says that Ti causes "analysis paralysis", wastes too much time, and isn't efficient. This an indication of a Te user.
    That's true. But Te also (as I have seen first-hand) relies on Ti to provide information they need. ESTJ dislikes when the information provided is overly abstract; ENTJ can be side-tracked by overly abstract information. But they both use it, and need it, to make things happen.

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    6. He doesn't care if what he believes makes logical sense and makes most of his decisions based on subjective Fi values as well.
    In what way does a self-labeled semi-sociopath use subjective moral values?
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    @Mal+

    So what type do you think he is then?

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    @Mal+

    So what type do you think he is then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Great One View Post
    @Mal+

    So what type do you think he is then?
    ENTJ with inferior Feeling making its presence felt. That inferior Feeling function could be either Fi or Fe. Either way, the conscious manifestation of unconscious, repressed functions appears as a distorted use of those functions. For example, @Elfboy states he likes to play one person against another.
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