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    Pose! Salt n' pepper's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    What is Jeopardy! for 600, Alex?
    God damn Europeans.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salt n' pepper View Post
    God damn Europeans.
    God damned them for other reasons, as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tyrant View Post
    So both ENTJs and INTPs are more inclined to use evidence. GOTCHA.
    You have it backwards. Induction relies on evidence. Deduction relies on principles. N-dominants will want to gather more information before making a decision. T-dominants will want to make more judgements based on less information in comparison to N-dominants.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qre:us View Post
    God damned them for other reasons, as well.


    As for your earlier question: Jeopardy! - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    You have it backwards. Induction relies on evidence. Deduction relies on principles. N-dominants will want to gather more information before making a decision. T-dominants will want to make more judgements based on less information in comparison to N-dominants.
    I'd say yes and no. INTPs will work out the logic exhaustively before theorizing. ENTPs will theorize then beat out the details if they get around to it. INTJs will not worry about theorizing, relying on the data and their insights to prove the previously uncertain and fill in the gaps. ENTJs will arrange the existing data into a coherent pattern and determine what the pattern is before coming up with further possibilities.

    INTP: "What do we know, what do we know (logical progression)... oh, could this work?"
    ENTP: "Well, that's funny, I wonder what happens when we do this... whoa, what happens if we take this to the end? Huh, so that's how that works"
    INTJ: "We know that this means this, but what does that mean given what else we know... hmm, let's see what happens when we test for this variable"
    ENTJ: "It's clear that these fit together like this... huh, when I do that, it almost seems like... ha! That's what I've been missing!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by murkrow View Post
    are NTJs more inductive while NTPs are more deductive?
    Using evidence is not the same as induction.

    I do think NTJs point towards tangible reasons much more than NTPs. But both use tons of induction and deduction.

    In fact, the only people that win arguments against me often are TJs (especially my ISTJ friend) because they use tangible things as premises and I tend to use more idealized premises. It's not that my logic is wrong, it's just less applicable to everyday situations.

    Induction = N
    Deduction = T

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    Inductive logic does not exist. It's an affront to the concept of logic at the very core.

    Everything that accepts Induction falls into the conundrums of mysticism, which I am not inclined to neglect.
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