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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Oh, what do we have here, Mr. Psychologist all of a sudden!

    Or it could be that simply because you're incapable of understanding concepts the way I do, you think they can't be understood by anyone, and I'm therefore wrong to claim I do.
    You're proving my point.

    (You think I'm proving yours too, so maybe we could ask some other people what they think...)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    plagiarism definition | Dictionary.com

    The key concept being the claim that you thought of it.
    Now that you have a fresh perspective on what plagiarize means, show me with context where I plagiarized from Wikisocion.

    Is it the part where I selected brief key statements in comparison to a long analysis, or is it the part where I summarized my thoughts? You tell me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    I sort of came up with these myself, of course being inspired by practice.

    Ni - Eccentric, odd connections to reality, weird and dry humor (lack of humanistic substance?), oblivious, overly imaginative, things going on in our head are quite undefinable. Whims of genius that may or may not be realized. Inner world (alien planet).

    Te - "That's just how things are" (here) sense of logic......
    There you have it, cut and dry. You've taken, and rephrased the function use descriptions without citing your source, and went as far as to say "I sort of came up with these myself." It's cut and dry, though I'm not saying it was intentional plagiarism.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    You're proving my point.

    (You think I'm proving yours too, so maybe we could ask some other people what they think...)
    Eh, what's the point of getting personal. I look silly to some people, and so do you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    There you have it, cut and dry. You've taken, and rephrased the function use descriptions without citing your source, and went as far as to say "I sort of came up with these myself." It's cut and dry, though I'm not saying it was intentional plagiarism.
    I know what you are saying Jack, I just want context. Because you obviously have seen some sort of context to make this judgment, unless you don't remember where it is located.

    So far you are saying I have stolen exact words from wikisocion, a place of anonymous theory where I could have easily edited the document myself.

    Most of these happenings of mine I have heard from multiple sources along the course of a couple years, yet haven't plagiarized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    So far you are saying I have stolen exact words from wikisocion, a place of anonymous theory where I could have easily edited the document myself.
    Did you though? Did you? (I didn't say exact words, nor does plagiarism require that you take direct quotes)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Did you though? Did you?
    Heh. I think you're trying to prove my lack of INTPness. I'm pretty sure this has nothing to do with plagiarism, in which you have won the argument. I am not an INTP, though I still think I am. And I think I haven't plagiarized.

    I like proof if I am getting all "objective" or whatever. Then again, what dissonance said "You've got your worldview so unconsciously protected that you'd never even consciously understand." Damn Introverted Feeling. Always right...

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    Quote Originally Posted by lemons View Post
    Damn Introverted Feeling. Always right...
    Of course it is, boys, of course it is! *eats apple*

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    Of course it is, boys, of course it is! *eats apple*
    Can I have a seed so I can plant a tree?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    (I didn't say exact words, nor does plagiarism require that you take direct quotes)
    Luckily I didn't "take" anything, or I'd be in some deep crap with some high strung, closed-minded theorist kidding....

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    I'm confused.

    Ni/Te is ok but Ti/Ne is bullshit?

    Explain please.
    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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