Also question for the people who say they're having real problems: do you simply not know type theory? Any time you study a specific subject there will be specialized language, and if you do not understand the specialized language of type theory it may simply be difficult for you until you study it and it becomes more of a second nature for you to speak or write in the specialized language.
Although I admittedly don't know the details of type theory, it is a further lying problem.
I believe I've figured out my main problem. Attention-span. Maybe I'll write more on it later.
I have no patience for the wordy-as-fuck posts that some people make on the forum in general, though I'll read them in people's blogs, because if I'm reading a blog at all it's because I want to see what someone has to say
I generally follow my rule of patience in reading when posting myself...
Human beings make life so interesting. Do you know that in a universe so full of wonders, they have managed to invent boredom? -Terry Pratchett
What interests me most in this forum and about MBTI is our differences. I like that our internal language can be very different. I like that somtimes people aren't on the surface coherant. I tend to value the attempt of communication more than the execution. That being said, some posts are impenitrable for me. They tend to be in the INTJ camp, but I've gotten better at understanding the thrust of them lately.
I guess I might be guilty of not making myself as understandable as I can. But I do it on purpose...there's no need to dumb yourself down here. The sometimes nuanced way I write is indicative to a large degree of how I think. And I use the forum as a platform from which to expose inefficient ways of thinking.
Also, I don't think in language so it's hard for me to translate my thinking into language at times. I'll often lose shades of meaning in the process.
But I appreciate the attempts at understanding my point of view...I've been impressed with how abstractly I can describe something and still get my message across. It takes a lot of the legwork away from me.
I don't like having to tailor my writing to others, and this forum is good for that.
As in life, some people like to talk to hear themselves talk and some write for the same reasons. It’s the writer’s responsibility to make what they write interesting enough to keep the readers attention.
I am not very eloquent in my presentation, but I aim for precision and clarity. Even then, I think my biggest shortcoming is my tendency to make logical leaps that I assume are always easy to follow and intuitive, but may not be so.