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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceBaby View Post
    I too have wondered the same. Anyone with a predilection for stereotyping would seem to be in opposition to the type.

    Are you saying that Ns would not stereotype by nature? That doesn't seem to make sense (pardon the pun).
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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    Are you saying that Ns would not stereotype by nature? That doesn't seem to make sense (pardon the pun).
    Even ignoring the irony of that statement, I could say this:

    Are you saying that people would not stereotype by nature? That doesn't seem to make sense.
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    Quote Originally Posted by noigmn View Post
    The INs part is pretty obvious, but it is funny that ENPs get so well represented. Are we just nerds, it is an interest in foruming, or is it the strong natural drive toward psychology and analysis, or do we just randomly turn up everywhere?

    I think it is good having more SJs recently too. They are a type I understood less. Haven't always conflicted with though. STPs presence is also good, because they are a type I really like, but have had occasional hang ups with and couldn't always pinpoint where the misunderstanding or conflict was.

    And I always loved ISFPs, but now I get them a little more.
    it is a bit odd isn't it? i have actually never been on a forum until i moved away from everybody i know so you guys are just lucky i guess..j/k
    but yeah i think you're right we are really interested in people and psychology and psychoanalysis and all that...so it makes sense.
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    Theory:
    INPs are the most introspective. They go to MBTI to learn about themselves. INTPs especially like the systematic and logical elements of it. INJs are similarly introspective, though to a lesser extent. The ENPs and ENJs reflect their introverted counterparts, though lesser obviously, as their too busy actually doing stuff in the world, with like, other people.

    But the whole thing is a very N topic, hence the low number of Ss.
    ISs are most attracted of the Ss, due to higher introspection, Ts slightly more due to systematic elements. And ESs are busy doing practical things in the world.
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    Cant you be busy doing practical things in the world and introspect on the weekends ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Cant you be busy doing practical things in the world and introspect on the weekends ?
    No. Now get back to work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Costrin View Post
    Theory:
    INPs are the most introspective. They go to MBTI to learn about themselves. INTPs especially like the systematic and logical elements of it. INJs are similarly introspective, though to a lesser extent. The ENPs and ENJs reflect their introverted counterparts, though lesser obviously, as their too busy actually doing stuff in the world, with like, other people.

    But the whole thing is a very N topic, hence the low number of Ss.
    ISs are most attracted of the Ss, due to higher introspection, Ts slightly more due to systematic elements. And ESs are busy doing practical things in the world.
    Like it. Not a whole lot of E(N)FJs on here. Are they more likely to never stumble accross this whole arena.
    everyone uses every function about evenly. take NE for example. if there are those who don't use it much, then why are there such massive amounts of people constantly flowing through Wallmart with 20 items or less?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Costrin View Post
    Even ignoring the irony of that statement, I could say this:

    Are you saying that people would not stereotype by nature? That doesn't seem to make sense.
    No, of course not. I was asking if that is what PeaceBaby meant. You know, exactly what I wrote there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pure_mercury View Post
    No, of course not. I was asking if that is what PeaceBaby meant. You know, exactly what I wrote there.
    I think we're talking past each other.

    Whatever, I'm not really invested, so I'll just drop it.
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