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    Apparently not according to these socionics profiles. MBTI feeler, socionics "logic." Quite rare accordance I presume.

    Any links for socionics functions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    Apparently not according to these socionics profiles. MBTI feeler, socionics "logic." Quite rare accordance I presume.
    I'll go out on a limb and say that's not the case. You're probably INFj, EII I think.

    Any links for socionics functions?
    They use the Jungian functions just as MBTI does, but as I've said many times, the function descriptions are tied to the types, and distorted.

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    EII is the first thing I read, and it wasn't working out for me. I could go into fine excruciating detail why each personality profile besides ILI is not working out for me.

    ILI is yes the closest. In every aspect of physical appearance, beliefs, functions and tendencies the author revealed.

    I found tons of links from there. Thanks for the initial.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    EII is the first thing I read, and it wasn't working out for me.

    ILI is yes the closest.
    There's basically no way you're both INFx under MBTI and ILI under socionics. And the fact that you don't realize this makes me think you're either very young, or are in fact not ILI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    There's basically no way you're both INFx under MBTI and ILI under socionics. And the fact that you don't realize this makes me think you're either very young, or are in fact not ILI.
    Ok! I'm not an F. I lied. I've always been an INTP.

    I'm not "old" though. I generally discuss INFP and INFJ because I know that would be a profile nobody cared about.

    You still don't believe me...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    Ok! I'm not an F. I lied. I've always been an INTP.

    I'm not "old" though. I generally discussed INFP and INFJ because I knew that would be a profile nobody cared about.
    I'm skeptical of your supposed ruse, surely. And do you have any idea how many INFPs and INFJs are on this site? A few, I'll tell ya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    I'm skeptical of your supposed ruse, surely. And do you have any idea how many INFPs and INFJs are on this site? A few, I'll tell ya.
    Anyway, besides the fact... would these formulas

    Reduced Formulas of Socionic Types

    imply that INTPs use Ni and Te equal amounts of times?

    or is Ni dominant?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    Anyway, besides the fact... would these formulas

    Reduced Formulas of Socionic Types

    imply that INTPs use Ni and Te equal amounts of times?

    or is Ni dominant?
    You tell me. In my system, directionless Intuition is dominant, supported by directionless Thinking.

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    Directionless. Are these new functions you made or do they refer to the original functions? Iow, what page are the definitions located?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    Directionless. Are these new functions you made or do they refer to the original functions? Iow, what page are the definitions located?
    They're short definitions, but they're in the first post. They're basically Jungian functions, with the e and i components combined because the difference was always too muddy in my book, and stripped down to the bare essentials. Jung was a wordy mothertrucker.

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