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    my ENTP friend always makes fun of my ENTJ friend for making out note cards to study. he sees it as illogical and pointless. why copy information to note cards if its right in the book? is something he would say.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlittrell View Post
    my ENTP friend always makes fun of my ENTJ friend for making out note cards to study. he sees it as illogical and pointless. why copy information to note cards if its right in the book? is something he would say.
    Probably because he can memorize better that way. It is not illogical, given that the end goal is understanding the material. The way your ENTP friend uses the word "logic" seems funny.

    I cannot relate to that.
    Yeah I think introverts are less likely to do things "just because".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    It's the basic conflict between TP and TJ -- understanding vs acting.
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    "Well at least I'm doing something."

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    "All you're doing is wasting time and energy."
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    me and my girlfriend, through and thru

    lol, we are hopeless

    we don't work together at all, and they are the exact arguments we have :P

    ENTJ and an ENTP lol, you can imagine how that pans out at times haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    TJ
    "Well at least I'm doing something."

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    "All you're doing is wasting time and energy."
    I think people sometimes have a strange concept of "wasting energy". Sometimes wasting energy is pleasurable. Sometimes I get bored if I have nothing to do, so I waste energy doing things that aren't necessary, and it's not a problem at all. It makes me feel better.
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    i don't even realise i am doing it...i just have to compulsively do it
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    Quote Originally Posted by ENTJ Extraordinaire View Post
    i don't even realise i am doing it...i just have to compulsively do it
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    SHHH

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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by FDG View Post
    given that the end goal is understanding the material.
    Exactly the difference. Ti is hardcore formal logic for the sake of logic. It's an a priori and very self-contained in a way.

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