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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    How absolutely silly of you to say. Such a creature does not exist.
    Mmmm you're probably right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    Mmmm you're probably right.
    I am. Llewellyn backs me up on that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    Does this mean I can't be INFJ anymore?

    No, I think the INTP meant that we just have to avoid thinking thoughts big enough to bruise their fragile ego.

    Fine, INTPs. I'll stop thinking. I'll just blame YOU everytime something goes wrong in my life. Satisfied?

    See, this could turn out well... we can make the INTPs do that "thinking" work for us. No need to get our hands dirty. I can just come up with ideas and hold other people responsible for making them happen. Ooh, I like this!

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    Uh oh. I don't know why you couldn't be INFJ anymore...

    I'm watching the Jung movies only now (I'm starting the fourth).
    It's true even an INFJ (as far as I know) can be thinking a lot of the time, but it doesn't seem to be all the time.
    It would be most characteristic of an INTJ to be thinking all the time, which I'm now sure Jung was.
    As to an INFP, she comes across as more considerate than an INFJ (but spare me, I've known/do know only one of each), more conscientious, more quiet (the latter certainly not always). Though in temperament an INFP is less stable and predictable, in what she says she is a lot more stable and predictable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    I am. Llewellyn backs me up on that.
    An INFJ is always right, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Llewellyn View Post
    Uh oh. I don't know why you couldn't be INFJ anymore...

    I'm watching the Jung movies only now (I'm starting the fourth).
    It's true even an INFJ (as far as I know) can be thinking a lot of the time, but it doesn't seem to be all the time.
    It would be most characteristic of an INTJ to be thinking all the time, which I'm now sure Jung was.
    As to an INFP, she comes across as more considerate than an INFJ (but spare me, I've known/do know only one of each), more conscientious, more quiet (the latter certainly not always). Though in temperament an INFP is less stable and predictable, in what she says she is a lot more stable and predictable.
    I'll be more blunt for the NFJs. What exactly is thinking?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kai View Post
    I'll be more blunt for the NFJs. What exactly is thinking?
    The act of delving into something else. So, actually like mining...

    Edit: It's an environment, it's a landscape!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Llewellyn View Post
    It's true even an INFJ (as far as I know) can be thinking a lot of the time, but it doesn't seem to be all the time.
    No one thinks all of the time.
    It would be most characteristic of an INTJ to be thinking all the time, which I'm now sure Jung was.
    Why would an INTJ "think" more than, say, an INTP?

    As to an INFP, she comes across as more considerate than an INFJ (but spare me, I've known/do know only one of each), more conscientious, more quiet (the latter certainly not always). Though in temperament an INFP is less stable and predictable, in what she says she is a lot more stable and predictable.
    I think () it should be obvious to you why you shouldn't use one individual (that may or may not be correctly typed) to come to conclusions about a whole type.

    Quote Originally Posted by Llewellyn View Post
    The act of delving into something else. So, actually like mining...
    Isn't this Ni? (Someone please correct me if it's not)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    No one thinks all of the time.
    Time is a product of our thinking. Way, I'm INTP again.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    Why would an INTJ "think" more than, say, an INTP?
    Honestly, because I read so somewhere.
    An INTP would probably generally seem to be more interested in (excitement by) reality.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    I think () it should be obvious to you why you shouldn't use one individual (that may or may not be correctly typed) to come to conclusions about a whole type.
    Did I suggest otherwise?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lauren Ashley View Post
    Isn't this Ni? (Someone please correct me if it's not)
    Ok, about the into part it might be Ni, but for the structural part (also the most inner part of that) it's then Ti.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Llewellyn View Post
    Honestly, because I read so somewhere.
    An INTP would probably generally seem to be more interested in (excitement by) reality.
    According to MBTT, INTP has Ti as their dominant function, where an INTJ has Ni. So an INTP would "think" more.

    Did I suggest otherwise?
    ...Just noticed that you're European. Were you referring to "she" as in actual people, or "she" as in "theoretical INFJ/P female?"

    Ok, about the into part it might be Ni, but for the structural part (also the most inner part of that) it's then Ti.
    Okay. So then why would Jung be INTJ over INTP, if Ti is the "thinking" function (not that I believe him to be INTP, but just curious)?

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