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    D-4: Intuitive-ethical Extratim (NeFi)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    It's not right.

    If you're an INFP, it should've been D-3 EII.

    Once again, tho, same thing I wrote about Planetary Walker above.
    it's a made up system there isn't really any wrong or right. i'm not very into socionics but everything i've read about IEI fits me better than EII.

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    D-2 and D-4 equally, depending on my mood. Im not much of a doer though, and I live atm like a hermit, but I do have a need to multitask and seek out others, followed by deep reflection. = IEx
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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    it's a made up system there isn't really any wrong or right.
    It's not simply made up if Jung's cognitive functions are actually pointing to something real.

    Then it would be, at least in part, discovered, not simply created.

    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    i'm not very into socionics...
    And, as such, don't really have much authority when opining about it.

    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    ...but everything i've read about IEI fits me better than EII.
    And, if you read (and were able to understand) my post above, you'd understand why that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    It's not simply made up if Jung's cognitive functions are actually pointing to something real.

    Then it would be, at least in part, discovered, not simply created.



    And, as such, don't really have much authority when opining about it.



    And, if you read (and were able to understand) my post above, you'd understand why that is.
    so deliciously condescending

    my point is, i get no benefit from identifying as a type that i don't relate to. i've read both arguments, that the J and P are switched or that MBTI and socionics functions don't necessarily correlate. i agree with the latter, you don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    so deliciously condescending
    Just giving it back as it's always served.

    Only difference is mine is justified.

    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    my point is, i get no benefit from identifying as a type that i don't relate to.
    Which speaks largely to the problem inherent in Socionics (i.e., associating Jish qualities with having a dominant Judging function).

    As well, at least in part, to your intellectual understanding of the systems and how they relate.

    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    i've read both arguments, that the J and P are switched or that MBTI and socionics functions don't necessarily correlate.
    Yes, and I'm sure you could give a masterful account of it all, very detailed and thorough.

    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    i agree with the latter, you don't.
    Yes, but you're wrong, and I'm right.

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    D-2 (IEI). I would like to think of myself as fairly organized, though.

    Also Chana it's not too surprising you identify with IEI over EII in Socionics (at least in terms of the type descriptions over the functions); seems like a lot of E4s go that way in my experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Yes, but you're wrong, and I'm right.


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    Quote Originally Posted by chana View Post
    Yup.

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    C-2: Intuitive-logical Intratim (NiTe)

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