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    Quote Originally Posted by Into It View Post
    Your other reasons are almost invisible when compared to this one. People don't realize that you are built for systematizing, and that you are as caring, in a sense, as anyone else, because everyone is as caring as they feel they should be,:?
    My point: What you just said is not true. It is not the case that INTPs are just as caring as everyone else.

    Reasons: In order to be caring one needs to exercise the Feeling faculty, or simply make emotional commitments to other people. In simplest of terms, it means paying attention to their feelings and avoiding upsetting them. A person who tends to be detached from emotions is unable to care as much as a person who is not. (It is possible for an INTP to go against his typological dispositions and use his Feeling faculty, yet most INTPs tend not to do this, they stay true to their type and supress Feeling.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by SolitaryWalker View Post
    My point: What you just said is not true. It is not the case that INTPs are just as caring as everyone else.

    Reasons: In order to be caring one needs to exercise the Feeling faculty, or simply make emotional commitments to other people. In simplest of terms, it means paying attention to their feelings and avoiding upsetting them. A person who tends to be detached from emotions is unable to care as much as a person who is not. (It is possible for an INTP to go against his typological dispositions and use his Feeling faculty, yet most INTPs tend not to do this, they stay true to their type and supress Feeling.)
    I don't think you could explain it much clearer than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Into It View Post
    Edit: SW, have you made an effort to work on your Fe? It seems like you're always in Ti-overdrive. This is not a bad thing, in fact, most people who read your posts would say that this is a good thing. But I have found myself wondering...with so much Ti, you probably disregard Fe even more than the average INTP. What do you think about this?
    Yikes.

    *sticks finger in the air, peers at the sky on the far horizon*

    Yup, storm's brewing. Best batten down the hatches.

    (hmm, your first name is "Get," isn't it? or will be?)

    Quote Originally Posted by Tallulah View Post
    ... INTPs generally wouldn't care so much that you get the terminology right. It's enough that they know.
    Context is everything.

    If sloppy language mis-defines or misrepresents the truth of the situation, then sloppy language is abhorrent.

    But if the terminology has no real impact on nuance or the main gist is still getting across, then no, it doesn't really matter... it's just a superficial detail. Pointless consistency is the hobgoblin of the foolish mind.
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    Oh noesss other than my little brother ISTP, my best friend aside from him is Jordan the INTP! He is gloomy like you though. I think it's an NP thing. Feel so "victimized" to your surroundings and life. BUT NO, I do not hate INTP's except the one above me jkkkk

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    I hate it when I gleefully bounce up and down on an INTP and something breaks off.
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    It was the "gleefully" that did it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonathanthegreat View Post
    ... BUT NO, I do not hate INTP's except the one above me jkkkk
    yays! Does this mean you's my boyfriend???!

    Quote Originally Posted by BryNTP View Post
    It was the "gleefully" that did it.
    Dreadfully gleeful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BryNTP View Post
    It was the "gleefully" that did it.
    Play with me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    Play with me.
    I would, but I appreciate being in one piece more.
    "All humour has a foundation of truth."
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    Quote Originally Posted by PinkPiranha View Post
    Play with me.
    Pfft, not if you're going to jump all over me. I don't have dent coverage.



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