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    Quote Originally Posted by Uberfuhrer View Post
    Okay, pretend there are no such things as cognitive processes, only four-letter code.

    Now, would ISFP then correlate with ISFp?
    I think it would.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haphazard View Post
    I'd say that Ni and Si of IJs is obviously dominant. You're just not very observant.
    That's stupid. You can't be a J type if you have a perceiving dominant function!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    That's stupid. You can't be a J type if you have a perceiving dominant function!!
    Why not?

    I like my system better. A Perceiver leads with a Perceiver's version of judgement or perception -- Ji and Pe. A Judger leads with a Judger's version of judgment and perception -- Je and Pi. All Perceiver's function and all Judger's functions appear equally as Judger's or Perceiver's, even though one type focuses on perception and one on judgment.

    To try to make it less of a mess, Pi is how a Judger perceives, which is very different, and appears very different, from how a Perceiver perceives, or even judges.
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    Look at a woman who wears makeup and a man who puts on warpaint for a game. They each paint their faces, but for each, the purpose and circumstances and even the finished appearance are so different that most don't compare the two. However, they are still doing the same thing.
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