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    Quote Originally Posted by gloomy-optimist View Post
    I'm not trying to "teach" you
    In effect, this is what I was trying to say: Intuition is used as an information-gathering function. It involves how you relate to the world around you.
    Thinking would be the method you use to sort through the information, and it would have more weight in how you react in response.
    You're doing it again. What I meant to say was: I'm well-versed in the theory and definitions and everything else.

    So, in essence, you don't "think" with your intuition.
    Yes you do! You just don't make decisions, or judgments, with your intuition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    I can do whatever I want. The Cog Proc's obvious "Introverted Intuition" questions are like "Do you believe in fairy tales, and BS?"

    Well no, I don't.

    But if you define Ni slightly more loosely, or differently, yes I do.
    So your problem is with the test, not with function theory per se?

    You don't accept that Thinking, Feeling, Sensing and Intuiting are different functions of the brain?

    You don't believe that these functions have introverted and extraverted variants?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    So your problem is with the test, not with function theory per se?

    You don't accept that Thinking, Feeling, Sensing and Intuiting are different functions of the brain?

    You don't believe that these functions have introverted and extraverted variants?
    One and three.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    One and three.
    You so lazy.

    What about the right-brain/left-brain stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluemonday View Post
    What about the right-brain/left-brain stuff?
    If I knew anything about that, I've forgotten it.

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    I hate Commie MBTI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    You're doing it again. What I meant to say was: I'm well-versed in the theory and definitions and everything else.
    Clarifying thought or building on concepts does not mean I don't consider you well-versed. I actually quite respect you; I'm well aware that you know what you're talking about.
    But, as it is a forum, if I feel I can contribute, then I might do so It's nothing against you personally, and I am not trying to sound snooty, if that's how it came off of.
    You are very intelligent, but I would appreciate it if you gave me the benefit of the doubt as well. I'm not writing in any critical undertones

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Yes you do! You just don't make decisions, or judgments, with your intuition.
    Well, yeah, naturally intuition is involved in the thinking process. However, I was pin-pointing the stage it is present in; it is in the information intake stage.
    I admit I erred, though; when I referred to making judgments, I called it "thinking" when it is really just part of the thinking stage. That probably made my intent unclear.
    I'll give you that one

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    I don't buy into the pairing theories for any of the personality typing systems.

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    uahhh, you talk too much
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    Pairing does sound kind of limiting from a purely statistical standpoint. I'm already quirky enough.

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