I've mentioned this before on the other thread. I personally don't believe frustrations excuse blatant stereotyping and demonising of sensors. However there were others that disagreed mentioning how MBTI should be a comfort zone where intuitives are allowed to rant considering their experience with sensors in real life. False conclusions about what exactly though? I stated that I don't believe all intuitives engage in this particular act. It's not exactly false that there are some individuals that do engage in MBTI superiority.Perhaps because some intuitives feel frustrated by the fact that they are percieved as odd lunatics by sensors IRL (the majority of society)? Observing online communities only may lead to false conclusions.
Functions are what sort of what create the whole MBTI system... Personally I think the reverse is more likely to be true. People are more likely to place too much importance on the four dichotomies.*shrug* Perhaps you really aren't an ISFJ, or an ISFJ with weak sensing preference and a helluva lot of personal problems. Plus, I think you may be overestimating the importance of functions.
Be prepared that no description will cover your personality perfectly, that would require 7 billion personality types - which doesn't mean that the whole system is wrong. It only "promotes false understanding of generalised human behaviour" if you take everything word for word, which isn't exactly the wisest behavior in case of such an ambiguous field as psychology.
Again I already mentioned that I don't believe that MBTI will explain my personality perfectly. I was never arguing that point. I was arguing that the some of skeleton ideas that attempt to map the basic generalised behaviours might not be accurate. It's the reason you get threads like "NTs are robots/don't feel emotions much etc"
Are you just picking up on the fact that I didn't say that Ni or Ne seeks truth as well? My bad for miscommunicating that if so, what I meant was that it seeks truth and entertains extra possabilities. Si seems more content with what's practical in that regard, once it has the truth it sort of stops.That's almost as disturbing as if I'd say "SF are more likely to bake cookies"
Tell me what's wrong with it then?