What is the difference between enfp and entp. It seems the functions are similar but they are very different inside.
You are talking about entirely two different processing issues here...
primary function of enfp and entp is extraverted intuition but then they are 2-ary introverted feeling and introverted thinking...
makes for very different outlooks and dealing with the internal and then external world
I wonder who made the poll options. What a ridicously insane arrogance
Originally Posted by untypable
I made them. do you want better?
UT, ET's prolly giving an example of the ENTPs', shall we say, charming arrogance at proclaiming individuality at all costs. We like ourselves too much to 'identify' (even if we do, we'll never tell ).
In a vacuum, ENFP/INTP.
In reality, it's rather situational. ENFP and ESTP types simply have a way of pulling me toward them, making me subconsciously identify with them and feel a certain rapport. This is magnified when there are more people in any particular social situation.
When I analyze the situation objectively, I see that I really have tons in common with the INTP, but in reality, I find their nitpicking and often logical-to-the-extreme stance to be grating. ENTJ's I feel can be similarly overbearing. Because of the traits of those two types, I enjoy one-on-one company with them, whereas ESTP/ENFP are the types that I feel most akin to in social situations involving a greater quantity of people.
I don't have much pride in my own type because I don't believe my type is any more special than any other type. Although I am aware my type has much more greater power and potential than anyone could imagine. Blah, I am contradictiung myself.
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