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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    INTJ's functions are Ni Te Fi Se. INTP's functions are Ti Ne Si Fe. Fi is INTJ's third functinon while Fe is INTP's forth. Emotional attachments (to people) have to do with F as opposed to T. P/J is not of much importance.

    Ni does perceive imagined slights, but since INTJ has perception as it's primary function it is still more grounded in reality than an INTP (or INFP for that matter). Introverted perception is mostly passive, while introverted judging is active. INxP's actively create their own complete internal realities, and they can (and do) retreat into them, often prefering them to reality. This is the a typical INxP I am referring to. A typical INTJ actually wants to be correct and is more willing to change their thinking when shown evidence. INTP's want to be logical though, and they often judge every perception against their elaborate internal framework.
    Fi Se is a P function combination. Fi Se is ISFP. Si Fe is a J. ISFJ, to be exact.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Fi Se is a P function combination. Fi Se is ISFP. Si Fe is a J. ISFJ, to be exact.
    Yeah that's true if you are referring to the first two functions. I was referring to the third and forth functions.

    Dominant: Introverted Intuition
    Auxilliary: Extraverted Thinking
    Tertiary: Introverted Feeling
    Inferior: Extraverted Sensing

    Portrait of an INTJ
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    Yeah that's true if you are referring to the first two functions. I was referring to the third and forth functions.

    Dominant: Introverted Intuition
    Auxilliary: Extraverted Thinking
    Tertiary: Introverted Feeling
    Inferior: Extraverted Sensing

    Portrait of an INTJ
    Yes. And the dividing line is between the auxiliary and the tertiary:

    The auxiliary combines with the dominant, the tertiary however with the inferior.

    You said INTJs functions are Ni Te Fi Se.

    Fi Se are INTJs functions. They are not INTJs dominant functions.

    The way you phrase it Ni Te Fi Se.. is not technically wrong. It may give the wrong idea though.
    INTJ: Fe Si > Fi Se. Hence Se is the inferior function of INTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Yes. And the dividing line is between the auxiliary and the tertiary:

    The auxiliary combines with the dominant, the tertiary however with the inferior.

    You said INTJs functions are Ni Te Fi Se.

    Fi Se are INTJs functions. They are not INTJs dominant functions.

    The way you phrase it Ni Te Fi Se.. is not technically wrong. It may give the wrong idea though.
    INTJ: Fe Si > Fi Se. Hence Se is the inferior function of INTJ.
    Point well taken. My intention was to show how "unfeeling" the INTP is by showing that their weakest function is a feeling function. I can see where I could be misunderstood though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    Point well taken. My intention was to show how "unfeeling" the INTP is by showing that their weakest function is a feeling function. I can see where I could be misunderstood though.
    Yes.
    As far as Fe is concerned.
    I am an INTP and I have no functioning Fe.
    But like many INTPs I have a high Fi.

    Whatever it is.

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