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    I need a shower to rinse off the moralizing bullshit.
    And so, my fellow Americans: ask not what your country can do for you - ask what you can do for your country . . . wait, this is 2016.

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    HAIL CAESAR!

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    Perhaps I really do need to elaborate more on my thesis about how people often confuse type or typological functions with certain philosophical-intellectual premises.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    Perhaps I really do need to elaborate more on my thesis about how people often confuse type or typological functions with certain philosophical-intellectual premises.
    You consider there to be a dichotomy which can not be bridged?

    I tend to think of them in both categories in different contexts, you could be a specific type but value another, or its attributes, making one a philosophical-intellectual ideal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    You consider there to be a dichotomy which can not be bridged?
    I tend to see typological function as relating more to methodology or approach to such questions, rather than determining one's actual premises. Being NTP doesn't imply one has to be a logical positivist to give one example. Being NFP doesn't mean one has to adhere to subjectivism. Being STJ doesn't imply being a pragmatist. And so on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    I tend to see typological function as relating more to methodology or approach to such questions, rather than determining one's actual premises. Being NTP doesn't imply one has to be a logical positivist to give one example. Being NFP doesn't mean one has to adhere to subjectivism. Being STJ doesn't imply being a pragmatist. And so on.
    This is interesting, maybe you should post the thread, it would be enlightening for me at least

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    To move this in a different direction @Lark, here's a link trying to link type to certain forms of Christian(Catholic) spirituality - each with its own themes and whatnot:
    http://www.pathtales.com/holyspirit/Types.html

    This parallels to what I'm getting at - but with a more philosophical bent as opposed to spiritual.

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    I can not stop thinking about how beautiful scottish women are, this is probably 90% of my random thoughts at the moment, here represented by a picture of Karen Gillan the actress from Dr. Who (although she's a bit young for me to actually fancy being 32 she's someone that I think people would recognise).

    The other 10% of my random thoughts are probably about comics, phlosophy and coffee. Also I wish I was fitter or thiner or some combination of both.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    To move this in a different direction @Lark, here's a link trying to link type to certain forms of Christian(Catholic) spirituality - each with its own themes and whatnot:
    http://www.pathtales.com/holyspirit/Types.html

    This parallels to what I'm getting at - but with a more philosophical bent as opposed to spiritual.
    Awesome, I've seen the enneagram linked to different "jesus" archetypes and featured in spiritual books before in Veritas in Dublin but I know people are divided on it and some people I used to know thought enneagram was work of the devil. Could be the Gudgerif (spelling) connection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lark View Post
    Awesome, I've seen the enneagram linked to different "jesus" archetypes and featured in spiritual books before in Veritas in Dublin but I know people are divided on it and some people I used to know thought enneagram was work of the devil. Could be the Gudgerif (spelling) connection.
    Yeah Rohr wrote a book on the connections between each Enneagram type and certain characteristics of the Christian tradition, including being prone to certain sins which is the inherent flaw in each type.

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