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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    Unreal means opposite of real; 'not real'. He said: "And my relation to reality was not particularly brilliant.". Which doesent mean unreal, but not being in touch with reality all that well, i.e. not paying much attention to 'what is'.. Stop replacing the words you read and it will make things much easier.
    Unrealistic is the opposite of realistic, synonymous with 'not realistic'. Someone who does not have a good relation to reality would normally be called 'unrealistic'.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Il Morto Che Parla View Post
    Unrealistic is the opposite of realistic, synonymous with 'not realistic'. Someone who does not have a good relation to reality would normally be called 'unrealistic'.
    lol
    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
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    It's ok dude, apology accepted. Just bookmark this site and you won't make such mistakes again :

    http://oxforddictionaries.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Il Morto Che Parla View Post
    It's ok dude, apology accepted. Just bookmark this site and you won't make such mistakes again :

    http://oxforddictionaries.com/
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    I think so. I would type Jung as INTP and Freud as ENTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karmacoma View Post
    I think so. I would type Jung as INTP and Freud as ENTP.
    Jung typed freud as extraverted rational, in todays terms EXXJ and said that his work shows Te. to me freud seem a lot like an ENTJ. i doubt that any ENTP would insist of holding onto his beliefs(in freuds case the sexual theory and basically forcing others to believe in what he beliefs) so badly and end up friendship with a good friend and try to ruin their professional career, so that other people wouldnt take the person opposing his view seriously, just because he disagree with his view.
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    not sure if this has been said (going to study instead of reading this entire thread right now :P)

    there's really no reason any type has to go E-function, then I-function, or the reverse. their are reasons why it would make sense, but no reason as to why people would have to develop along a certain path--that's mbti's and people's inclination to put something no one understands into a strict box of human rationale when it's very probable that something we don't understand may fall outside of our conventional thinking, and once we begin to loosen the holds on "it has to work this way--no i really don't have a reason", we may find that there is another aspect to reality we can incorporate into our "conventional wisdom/consciousness" (i'm pretty sure Jung never really bothered with the direction of aux.'s as the dom/inferior functions were those that mattered most).

    so, why can't he be Ni-Ti-Fe-Se, or even Ti-Ni-Se-Fe? if this is impossible, if we all really fit some schema of balance, why? for that matter, why would the balance of something that's supposedly not fully integrated into our psyche require a strict formation--and if we're really going to question this, why would the fundamental dynamic of "ourselves" even have to fall into an E/I or I/E duo?

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    and if our aux.'s don't matter as much, if they will bounce back and forth, then really there should be two sub-types of Ni--those with Fe/Ti that can come closer to the surface of consciousness as needed throughout our development (of thereof) in life, and those that will lean more towards the Te/Fi block.

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    Jung was pretty clearly INTJ if you ask me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Didn't Yung type himself as an INTJ? Or INTP? I can't remember which.

    EDIT: I'm leaning toward INTJ though, but don't take my word for it.
    Jung claimed in an interview I watched he was a dominant thinker with a great load of intuition, some sensing and great difficulties with feeling.

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