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    Quote Originally Posted by flameskull95 View Post
    There are A LOT of words in this article.

    I find it much easier to explain my INFPity in terms of an INFP priority protocol system.

    FI Quantum Box: Filled with Core Values and some teddy bears. >>>>> Deeply personal values and thoughts and feelings >>>>> Things I am passionate about and enjoy >>>>> Random Arguments or Discussions >>>>> Things I feel tepid apathy for.

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    Some of the functions in Socionics aren't described that differently. Fi and Se have some obvious differences, but for the most part, it's taking all of it's cues from Jung (in some ways, moreso..). Ne and Ni pretty much remain the same.

    It's not that Fi is drastically different either, but it's given more focus on "relational ethics" (rather than being broadly applicable in it's judgement on many subjects, much like Ti). Se is given the added element of "volition".. making it somewhat of a willful/power oriented function. That is informally given to Te in MBTI, while Se is relegated to retarded, dimwitted pursuits...and walking.

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    It's not that their unsure, it's that society barely gives any recognition or acceptance of them. So they believe it easier to wish to be another type.

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    hahahaha, you said "...Pness".

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    Quote Originally Posted by HighwayChild View Post
    hahahaha, you said "...Pness".
    Lol.

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