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    Quote Originally Posted by paisley1 View Post
    There's just no way any ST would come close to an INTP in my mind. Please explain the function and how an ESTJ, ESTP, ISTP and ISTJ could come close to an INTP?
    Spatial intelligence is usually associated with first class sports people...even though I am flattered by your opinion, it should be obvious that we INTPs aren't succeeding much on any sport. While there are many other aspects to be considered on Spatial intelligence, I think Se people are the best at it. Basically Se let them live the moment, absorbing the world with their 5 senses and just doing what feels right instead of overthinking possibiilities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    Visual-spatial is my best, followed by an equally mediocre amounts of mathematical and linguistic attitude. Least aptitude: naturalistic.



    lol...I often do these calculations in my head. I knowz, I'm a nerd.
    That makes total sense with your ET and IN.

    I think all of you guys are WAY off base with your understanding of the word Spatial. Let me give you the definition:

    Spatial Intelligence:
    This area deals with spatial judgment and the ability to visualize with the mind's eye. Careers which suit those with this type of intelligence include artists, designers and architects. A spatial person is also good with puzzles.

    Which still speaks to the INTP.

    Explain why other Fi's are more intrapersonal than INFJ's in a logical answer and what personality is more existentially aware than the INFJ? Or better at linguistics?
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    Think parking a car for example. I'm really really bad at it, and i think most INTPs are too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    Seems like a no-brainer to me, since Spatial intelligence is also associated with artisan-type professions, not abstract theory.
    I'm not objecting to your other claims, but for the record: spatial intelligence can be very useful in physics, maths, geology, meteorology, etc. (of course it has to be coupled with a high amount of mathematics, otherwise it won't work).

    I also believe there might be different types of spatial intelligence. I'm a monster at reading maps and orientation in general, and pretty good with sports visualization too. But I suck at parking a car...
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    Quote Originally Posted by paisley1 View Post
    There's just no way any ST would come close to an INTP in my mind.
    OMGoodness. Somebody get a rope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    I'm not objecting to your other claims, but for the record: spatial intelligence can be very useful in physics, maths, geology, meteorology, etc. (of course it has to be coupled with a high amount of mathematics, otherwise it won't work).
    I agree with that. I'm not saying that other types don't have Spatial intelligence, because as you say, coupled with other types of intelligence it would be used in physics, for example.

    I just think it's preposterous to say that INTPs dominate that type of intelligence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmie Dearest View Post
    I agree with that. I'm not saying that other types don't have Spatial intelligence, because as you say, coupled with other types of intelligence it would be used in physics, for example.

    I just think it's preposterous to say that INTPs dominate that type of intelligence.
    I think it's preposterous to say they don't.
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    The only thing we INTPs are bad at is changing the opinion of an INXJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by paisley1 View Post
    I think it's preposterous to say they don't.
    That's because your thinking is very biased (clearly, making statements like INFJs are good at everything, and that STs don't come close to INTPs in your mind, whatever that means, I'd like some concrete examples) and you don't seem highly educated about type theory, either, given your N bias, which generally springs from ignorance. I don't think you've even read Keirsey, let alone understanding cognitive functions.

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    Those are just personal attacks and dodging the questions I've posed. A clear answer as to why INFJ's don't top the lists for Linguistic, intrapersonal, and Existential intelligence has yet to be made. I've given clear reasons for, you've said "fi" which isn't a reason but a statement without explanation.
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