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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    That's more of a BlueWing question, because I think Intuition is the primary function of both NFPs, and Feeling the support function.
    Nope. INFPs are Fi dominant. And don't bring BW into a feeling thread. Jesus.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    Nope. INFPs are Fi dominant. And don't bring BW into a feeling thread. Jesus.
    Yea, not recommended.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    Nope. INFPs are Fi dominant. And don't bring BW into a feeling thread. Jesus.
    Yep. INFPs are N dominant. Wow, this argument style is easy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Yep. INFPs are N dominant. Wow, this argument style is easy!
    That might be more cutting if I weren't so right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    That might be more cutting if I weren't so right.
    You wouldn't be the first person to believe he's right in spite of the reasonable evidence to the contrary, though it may still make you feel special.

    Others disagree with you as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    You wouldn't be the first person to believe he's right in spite of the reasonable evidence to the contrary, though it may still make you feel special.

    Others disagree with you as well.

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    If you're going to switch your functions to a socionics model in a thread clearly dealing with the MBTI model, you need to make that clear. Which you didn't. Personally, I think you're just trying to weasel out of looking wrong. Cheap.

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    I think it could seem that INFPs prefer Intuition over Feeling because as human beings we all spend more time interacting with the outside world than with our own thoughts and feelings.
    This is what we observe. Therefore, I think that depending on how you interpret personality, INFPs can either be Fi dominant or N dominant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    If you're going to switch your functions to a socionics model in a thread clearly dealing with the MBTI model, you need to make that clear. Which you didn't. Personally, I think you're just trying to weasel out of looking wrong. Cheap.
    Yeah, right. You've suddenly convinced me that my function system is wrong, after all these months, with "INFPs are Fi."

    I was only using Socionics as an example, and furthermore, where is the MBTI-ONLY sign on the door to this thread? Keirsey isn't even MBTI. Someone ELSE brought functions into it, with which I disagreed, politely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Yeah, right. You've suddenly convinced me that my function system is wrong, after all these months, with "INFPs are Fi."
    Actually, your actual assertion was "I think [italics mine] Intuition is the primary function of both NFPs, and Feeling the support function". Clearly, you were not sure, and given that you were wrong, I thought I would correct you in a very inoffensive way. Intuition is the primary function of the ENFP, with Feeling the support function. Not so with INFPs. BW (whom you cited as an authority on this subject), has never attributed Intuition as the primary function of the INFP, but rather Fi.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    I was only using Socionics as an example, and furthermore, where is the MBTI-ONLY sign on the door to this thread? Keirsey isn't even MBTI. Someone ELSE brought functions into it, with which I disagreed, politely.
    More obfuscation. Tsk tsk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    Actually, you're actual assertion was "I think [italics mine] Intuition is the primary function of both NFPs, and Feeling the support function".
    I thought I was sure. Like I think I'm typing right now. I'm as confident of my assertions as you seem to be of yours. I devised them, as opposed to taking what's been written as fact. A certain level of confidence, and definitely intimate knowledge, is guaranteed in such event.

    Clearly, you were not sure, and given that you were wrong, I thought I would correct you in a very inoffensive way. Intuition is the primary function of the ENFP, with Feeling the support function. Not so with INFPs.
    Well, we OBVIOUSLY disagree, don't we. Since I know you won't persuade me (Others could do far better and still fail, I assure you), and I doubt I'll convince you, now that you're all angered up, maybe we should let it go.

    BW (whom you cited as an authority on this subject), has never attributed Intuition as the primary function of the INFP, but rather Fi.
    Why do you think I recommended his advice in regard of MBTT functions? He holds your view, not mine.

    More obfuscation. Tsk tsk.
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