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    Ok, now we're not being fair.

    Thinkers are not the only ones to see a parallel in emotional and logic.


    Also this thread is just trolling anyway...
    There's no real answer to the question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Come on. How much more clear headed could we get?
    as if YOU were in the first place. Why don't you shut up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypocalypse View Post
    Hmmmm....

    Just a hunch:

    Values formation:
    Ne/Fi axis

    Spontaneous, spur of the moment feeling:
    Se/Fi axis
    nope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    Ok, now we're not being fair.

    Thinkers are not the only ones to see a parallel in emotional and logic.
    You're right.

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    *shrugs* I do not see this thread as trolling - it is a fair question if thinkers *really* feel that way. I could never see thinking and feeling as two separate things: they are complemetary aspects that are both necessary to arrive at a conclusion. Right???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    Ok, now we're not being fair.

    Thinkers are not the only ones to see a parallel in emotional and logic.


    Also this thread is just trolling anyway...
    There's no real answer to the question.
    That's because the real answer is extremely boring and couldn't fill a whole page. It goes like this: "they misunderstood the theory".

    If anyone wants to discuss why people misunderstand theories, then you'd better start that thread in the philosophy forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    That's because the real answer is extremely boring and couldn't fill a whole page. It goes like this: "they misunderstood the theory".

    If anyone wants to discuss why people misunderstand theories, then you'd better start that thread in the philosophy forum.
    Hey that's a good idea - shall you start it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    That's because the real answer is extremely boring and couldn't fill a whole page. It goes like this: "they misunderstood the theory".

    If anyone wants to discuss why people misunderstand theories, then you'd better start that thread in the philosophy forum.
    I think you're right that people do misunderstand the theory. As Hap has pointed out, the names lend themselves to this misunderstanding. I saw you suggest somewhere else that maybe instead of thinking and feeling, the names would be better as logic and ethics. I think that would be an improvement. But I think all the humanities and arts, not just ethics, have a lot to do with what MBTI calls feeling. Also, there is a lot more to reason than logic. Not to dicker about it too much, because I liked where you were heading and what your intention was.

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    Has anyone actually read one of Damasio's books? That was what the thread was based on right?

    I think that there is a lot of interesting discussion that could be had about Descartes Error or Looking for Spinoza and how it relates to MBTI and psychology in general.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gabe View Post
    as if YOU were in the first place. Why don't you shut up.

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