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    @infinity-

    As I said, I'm not wasting any more time with you

    Nothing you've said has been remotely new, interesting or enlightening

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    @infinity-

    As I said, I'm not wasting any more time with you

    Nothing you've said has been remotely new, interesting or enlightening
    Yeap, I was talking about mostly basic stuff. Glad to hear it's basic for you too.

    You don't have an argument against my reasoning on the building blocks vs painter analogy, though?

    It refuted your painter analogy IMO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrderOfTheCaelifera View Post
    I was uncomfortable selecting between A or C except that the wording "forcing others to believe in what I do" caused me to favor A but #3 was an easy selection for me. A-3 results indicate LSI.

    I'd guess this test was approximately 50% accurate for me as I couldn't relate at all to B & D nor to 2 & 4. However I would've been stuck if C hadn't implied forcing my will upon others.
    Hmm actually LSI is depicted as forcing their will on others in cases heh... whereas LII is described as the opposite (Se PoLR).

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinity- View Post
    Hmm actually LSI is depicted as forcing their will on others in cases heh... whereas LII is described as the opposite (Se PoLR).
    Quote Originally Posted by OrderOfTheCaelifera View Post
    I was uncomfortable selecting between A or C except that the wording "forcing others to believe in what I do" caused me to favor A but #3 was an easy selection for me. A-3 results indicate LSI.

    I'd guess this test was approximately 50% accurate for me as I couldn't relate at all to B & D nor to 2 & 4. However I would've been stuck if C hadn't implied forcing my will upon others.
    Yeah, I got LSI on this too. My actual type is LII. My Se PoLR is probably why I find the idea of forcing beliefs on others repulsive. Unlike the stereotype, I've never had issues with taking care of my own health and consider myself confident in that area.

    It was a close call between 2 and 3. I'm definitely an introvert.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Such Irony View Post
    Yeah, I got LSI on this too. My actual type is LII. My Se PoLR is probably why I find the idea of forcing beliefs on others repulsive. Unlike the stereotype, I've never had issues with taking care of my own health and consider myself confident in that area.

    It was a close call between 2 and 3. I'm definitely an introvert.
    Ah I see. Fun example of the many inconsistencies you can find in these typology theories :/ And yeah, I wouldn't worry about stereotypes

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinity- View Post
    Hmm actually LSI is depicted as forcing their will on others in cases heh... whereas LII is described as the opposite (Se PoLR).
    I don't appreciate the stereotypical view of either LSI or LII. I'd prefer to meld the two descriptions into one but omit the "forcing my will upon others" (Edit: SE rather than LSE & credit infinity for the heads up) aspect which doesn't fit.
    Last edited by OrderOfTheCaelifera; 04-19-2014 at 04:48 PM. Reason: correct hasty typo

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrderOfTheCaelifera View Post
    I don't appreciate the stereotypical view of either LSI or LII. I'd prefer to meld the two descriptions into one but omit the "forcing my will upon others" (LSE?) aspect which doesn't fit.
    Maybe Socionics is ripe for an overhaul because I'd like to refine the descriptions to include 32 types & add a 4th letter.

    In short: I'd easily identify as a type LSII ?
    It's not LSE, it's Se.

    So what do you identify with in the LSI desc that's not present in the LII one?

    There's already 32 types if you consider subtypes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by infinity- View Post
    It's not LSE, it's Se.
    Whoops I made a typo, my bad & thanks for pointing that out so that I may correct my error.

    I'm kinda tired today, vegging out on the members picture thread & not in the mood to debate LSI vs LII.

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