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    Oh yes! That sounds like me! Exellent Work!
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    I am here by chance now and I wanted to ask, do you think this one of my favourite porn stars could be intp by chance ?



    She always seems something like reserved in some of her movies, like she is just fullfilling a choosen purpose for the public and then goes on living her own life. Could maybe the whole porn industry be a fake orgasm in the end, doing it intp style, working their purpose and then retreat back to wonderland in the end ?

    Or am I overanalyzing ?

    (pretty far catch to compare intp behaviour to the porn industry, but its a nice Ne cling isnt it ? )
    [URL]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tEBvftJUwDw&t=0s[/URL]

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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    I am here by chance now and I wanted to ask, do you think this one of my favourite porn stars could be intp by chance ?



    She always seems something like reserved in some of her movies, like she is just fullfilling a choosen purpose for the public and then goes on living her own life. Could maybe the whole porn industry be a fake orgasm in the end, doing it intp style, working their purpose and then retreat back to wonderland in the end ?

    Or am I overanalyzing ?
    Whatever makes you feel better.
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    You cultivated that answer, didnt you ? (looser)
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    That was very helpful, I always suspected I was an INTP, but the brief sketches always seemed too shallow so I tried INFJ, INFP, ENTP but something just didn't ring true. This made a lot more sense.

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    Si Fe - ISFJ
    Fe Si - ESFJ

    It makes more sense to see it that way for me, the prioritization is important I think.

    The way I've seen it, is that when I'm forced to operate in ways unnatural to me, especially with that Fe - intense social situations, emotional arguments, the like - it has a habit of bringing the Fe to the forefront, the Si now secondary. Ti is put on the backburner in favor of the touchy-feely stuff.
    Draining, amirite?
    When I'm putting on that mask, compensating for the gaps in my social skills, and forcing myself out of the cozy Ti-Si privacy screen, inevitably I head for an awkward facsimile of the ESFJ persona. Not ISFJ, with a primary sensing function.

    /nitpicking

    INTPs sure enjoy our run-on sentences, don't we. heh

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    Semi accurate.

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    it might be a bunch if horseshit... but it sounds very accurate.... almost a good as the intp guide
    love is boring without infidelity. thanks to an unknown visitor i spelt infidelity correctly now

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    INTP PROFILE, YO

    Introverted iNtuitive Thinking Perceiver
    (that's me!)

    Ti-Ne-Si-Fe
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    Introverted Thinking: "Analyzing and determining the essence of the gathered information."
    This is the INTPs primary mode of thinking. This function colors everything they do. What Ti does it essentially recreate the external universe internally. It takes in information, and compares it to information already assimilated to determine where it belongs. It's basically a highly complex puzzle-solver. This function is not linear, and it's logic can't easily be explained to others. This function is reductionist, ie, it gets down the essence of a problem and finds the piece of the puzzle that fits there. This is different from say Ni, which tries to find as many perspectives as possible to any situation.


    Extraverted Intuition: "AND THEN THE ALIEN EXPLODED INTO A THOUSAND CANDY MUSHROOMS THEN MARIO CAME AND ATE THEM AND GOT FAT AND VOMITED ON YOU. THEN YOU DIED. THE END."
    The INTPs primary information gathering function and primary way of interacting with the world. Ne is all about taking in information from the external world and following the tangents. It creates countless new ideas, possibilities, contexts, and courses of action. Ne gives a drive toward uniqueness, toward expressing and unleashing new things into the world. The majority of the information that Ne gathers is taken by Ti for analyzing and judging. This provides the broad context and universal perspective that an INTPs Ti needs. However, when Ne gets pushed to the forefront, all the crazy ideas that it comes up with are released upon the world. This, combined with the deatchment of Ti is what makes INTPs be seen as the weirdest type.

    This function also leads to the breadth of knowledge that an INTP accumulates. Ne goes from one new thing to another, funneling information to Ti for analyzing. When the rate of new information for Ti to analyze slows down, Ne moves on to something else. Ne is also the primary way that INTPs help others. They give many possible solutions to a problem. Ne also acts the way to unlock the INTPs inferior, Fe. Ne teams up with and aids Fe.


    could someone help me understand the Ne function in relation to Ti and our general Pness?--- (i'm an an INTP) i find that i do like to see patterns and gather information in the external universe, and that internally i am comparing observations, analyzing my findings and synthesizing new potential conclusions, but i am doing so not to find a truth or even just an interesting truth, but to acquire as many perspectives as possible---though still distilling my observations in a reductionist fashion. i always assumed that this was a sort of P function applied to thinking. why would Ti limit my exploration if i have the ability to keep shifting first postulates or input or change the forms of analysis or philosphical approaches to achieve different conclusions --- the observable world is very rarely static and analytical approaches are many..


    it has been my impression that the infj's i know are attempting to slot information and patterns they have gathered externally--- usually selected for their objective fact like characteristics--- into an overriding static architecture---a monolithic ideological construct that is essentially unwavering --- they are choosing data from the external world to bolster and flesh out their internal construct and often choosing forms of analysis that will support said ideology---aren't they Ni?


    so confused.....could you smart kids help me out here?

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    Quote Originally Posted by amthcaictm View Post
    could someone help me understand the Ne function in relation to Ti and our general Pness?--- (i'm an an INTP) i find that i do like to see patterns and gather information in the external universe, and that internally i am comparing observations, analyzing my findings and synthesizing new potential conclusions, but i am doing so not to find a truth or even just an interesting truth, but to acquire as many perspectives as possible---though still distilling my observations in a reductionist fashion. i always assumed that this was a sort of P function applied to thinking. why would Ti limit my exploration if i have the ability to keep shifting first postulates or input or change the forms of analysis or philosphical approaches to achieve different conclusions --- the observable world is very rarely static and analytical approaches are many..

    it has been my impression that the infj's i know are attempting to slot information and patterns they have gathered externally--- usually selected for their objective fact like characteristics--- into an overriding static architecture---a monolithic ideological construct that is essentially unwavering --- they are choosing data from the external world to bolster and flesh out their internal construct and often choosing forms of analysis that will support said ideology---aren't they Ni?

    so confused.....could you smart kids help me out here?
    I dont understand your question. Are you asking about how the P from MBTI is associated with the Jungian function Ne?

    I can tell you that Ne pattern recognition/extrapolation works in parallels. You'll apply the concepts that define the relationship between two variables in one system to another system, check if the relation makes rational sense, and then extrapolate. Ni's will try to make analogies between relationships of known systems to unknown systems. We'll dwell on a subject, second guess ourselves, test and retest a concept. Ne's will "waste" a lot of time doing this.

    In my opinion, Ni's don't go into as much depth as Ne's. They collect peoples' views/opinions and past outcomes for the situation of interest. Then they'll compare and contrast the data they collected and choose the best option for the outcome they want. Then they move on to the next choice they have to make. Once and Ni has made up their mind its hard to get them to change, but they are much more productive than we are. I hope this answered your question.

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