Yup, that's exactly it. Arguments go unnoticed, everything else torn to pieces like an angry bull. Keep in mind that angry bulls are pathetically easy to defeat in every debate.
Thanks for hearing me out, have a nice day.
Yeah, real Ni dominant, huh?
Originally Posted by Matthew_Z
I don't find it inconceivable for an INTJ to have a strong Te, even stronger than their Ni.
That's like saying I don't find it inconceivable that an ENFP could prefer Sensing to iNtuition. It's a contradiction in terms; if he preferred Sensing to iNtuition, he would, by definition, be an ESFP.
The whole social involvement vs. withdrawal thing is really not the definition of E/I. E/I just tells us whether you're dominant in an introverted or extroverted function, so despite what bullshit cognitive function tests says, if Edgar is an INTJ then he is necessarily Ni dominant, and if he's an ENTJ then he is necessarily Te dominant.
It just so happens that people who are dominant in introverted functions tend to be more socially withdrawn, but that's just a consequence of introversion, not the definition itself.
If you could be anything you want, I bet you'd be disappointed--am I right?