Noted.Based on this and your continuing response, I gotta say you read as far more traditional "INTJ" to me. *shrug*
I'm using MBTI to broadly define my behaviour. I know when I am being introverted, I know when I'm being emotional, I know when I'm being rational, know when I'm using intutiion and when I am using sensing, etc. Based on these I know I have a clear preference on 3 of those. And on J/P, less so.Why not XXXX then? Because I'm sure sometimes you are thinking and sometimes feeling, sometimes introverted and sometimes extroverted, sometimes intuitive and sometimes sensing.... especially if you are going by a "behavioral" and not a cognitive-function model.
How can you assign yourself an MBTI code at all if you're not using MBTI rules to determine what you are? It's just a little perplexing.
As I said to SimWorld I don't really see why the INTX definition is much more "perplexing" than any other X - I know it flips all the functions instead of 2, but then again, it is a bit ridiculous, if we are guided by your theory, to consider than an INTP may go from thinking that Fi is their first function, to it being their 8th one! (or not even having it).
Also, I personally find the thing meaningless, if using Ti-NE, I can still act in a J way. The idea that Ti can organize its external environment while Ne sits back on a synthesized "vision", to me, just makes a mockery of the whole Ti/Te, Ni/Ne differentiations.
To be fair other posters have noted the same thing in not as many words.
However to clarify, I never meant to actively argue that I believe INTX is a type
Well on your request I may start one tomorrow then. though if it's a fail I'll know who to blame.Oh well -- I did. But whatever.