The traits of Sherlock Holmes are S type traits and what Jung thought were superior, he uses reasoning but is a sensor.
Its funny how that changed over time and I think it reflects value judgements and intellectualism rather than the original thinking or theorising.
Thread: Random Thought Thread
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My istj coworker has 37 years experience but not much intuition when it comes to knowing how a woman is progressing in labor, or when she might or might not deliver.
I just realized this might be a S/N difference, but I can usually nail it down pretty well.Ni/Ti/Fe/Si
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@BadOctopus I'm not using an onion since this is my first time trying out this recipe (from Fabio Viviani's cookbook). From what I've just read, shallots have a sweeter and milder taste than onions and they disintegrate when cooked whereas an onion maintains its form. I'll try one of the markets in Little Tokyo later this week.All together now, sing it! "All we are saying is give walls a chance."
01-25-2015, 08:22 PM #48979
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