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  • With myself, I should explain more fully/clearer/etc.

    12 60.00%
  • With my audience as they are not up to the task of understanding me.

    3 15.00%
  • With me, as I chose the audience poorly.

    5 25.00%
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    "Burden of proof lies on he who has to gain."

    "Burden of proof lies on he who makes the more substantive claim."

    "I'm really just making these up"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    If you speak and are misunderstood by someone is it your fault for not being clear in your thoughts? Or does the fault lie with the other person for being inadequate to the task of understanding?
    Perhaps I'm misunderstanding (ha ha) the intent of this thread but there's a personal resonance to this opening post, rather than a debate scenario. When it comes to personal, the one who cares the most about resolution will be the one more invested in understanding or communicating clearly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andante View Post
    Perhaps I'm misunderstanding (ha ha) the intent of this thread but there's a personal resonance to this opening post, rather than a debate scenario. When it comes to personal, the one who cares the most about resolution will be the one more invested in understanding or communicating clearly.
    yes and thats the missing point in that instance. why the fuck do op needs to save the world
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    why the fuck do op needs to save the world
    Is she? No idea of the unpinnings. But it's perhaps the idealised world scenario? To formalise behaviour is to easily grasp intent.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andante View Post
    Is she? No idea of the unpinnings. But it's perhaps the idealised world scenario? To formalise behaviour is to easily grasp intent.
    Probably the bane of all analysis regarding mbti. It lacks real world..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    If you speak and are misunderstood by someone is it your fault for not being clear in your thoughts? Or does the fault lie with the other person for being inadequate to the task of understanding?
    On the person trying to provide the understanding. If they can't find proof, then I don't see the reason why someone else should have to find it. Unless the person learning is interested in the topic as well.

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