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    Thank you.

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    I made it use Fe, I made it use Fe, I MADE IT USE FE!

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    When you "force it so," it reeks of Anti-Philosophical tendencies.

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    "Anti-philosophy is talking aloud about it: philosophy is dead!"

    Surely you can appreciate the irony too.

    We should talk about the last wordiness of contradiction.

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    "Flyyyy me to the mooon, and let me playyyy among the starrrrrs...."

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    Most fascinating argument.

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    Okay...I see that the argument has swerved a little from philosophy to kindergarten games...

    First of all, the NT types are NOT the only ones who enjoy philosophy, I gobbled it up in high school!!!

    And as to the ENFPs only being concerned with having fun...try explaning my 4.0 gpa then... :rolli:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    My "philosophy" (LOL) is that ENFPs lack the objectivity necessary to analyze life for what it really is.
    I don't think I used the word "philosophy" in place of the word "opinion," like your mocking remark would imply. I was using a sort of secondary definition of the term that I think fits fairly well: "a philosophical attitude, as one of composure and calm in the presence of troubles or annoyances."

    But that's neither here nor there- would you please tell me what life really is?

    I'm so disillusioned. Here I was, thinking I was capable of analyzing life, but now I see that I and the other 300,000,000 of my type lack this ability. Absurd.

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    I think most N types would enjoy philosophy...INTP's are just the only ones stupid enough to pursue it as a career.
    Artes, Scientia, Veritasiness

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    Almost every INTx I know is interested in philosophy, if not obsessed with it.

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