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    Quote Originally Posted by Uytuun View Post
    Ah, classic. One of the puzzling things about TPs...if you want respect/understanding with regard to who you are does it really seem like a good idea to use other people's emotions/concerns etc. for kicks or entertainment? You may very well believe this is the way you figure people out (and I can see how this works partly), by poking them, but in fact you obscure large parts of what it is to be an INTJ to yourself because you're eroding trust...if your goal is true understanding, this doesn't make sense. Or it doesn't make sense to only do that without also providing ways in which the INTJ will feel safe to open up to you.
    sorry i didnt know that this living in your own world thing is such a big concern for you and that making fun about it makes you emotional . and no this isnt my way of trying to figure out people. im used to INTJ who can take this and is doing the same thing to me and we both are able to see it as lighthearted fun, maybe it was wrong to assume that all INTJs are the same. maybe because my goal with this isnt to understand, it doesent make sense if you look at it from that point of view. usually when something doesent make sense, you need to look at it from different angle. this is exactly what i was talking about when saying that INTJs living in their own world, thanks for giving a good example about this. the fact was that i think its fun to mess with INTJs, you conclusion was that im trying to understand INTJs, getting them to open up to me etc etc. it was true in your world before you read this, and it was based on some single fact that you used as the basis for this world of yours, even tho in reality, that fact was totally unrelated to any conclusions you draw from it.
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    Well now, this is lookin' like an old fashioned PJ shootout.

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    if you read my posts and you wanted to laugh AT me you're an INTP

    If you read my posts and you wanted to not laugh you're an INTJ

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    A side note.

    Intelligence is not N or S intelligence.
    It is not P or J intelligence.

    It is only intelligence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huxley3112 View Post
    Are INTJ's more likely to make decisions based on feeling (3rd function) as opposed to INTP's (4th function)?

    Not neccessarily, but INTJs are more likely to make ethical decisions based upon their moral compass (Fi-relief) and reject social compromise in their own ethics and also to ignore social compromise others are making (Fe-PoLR) whereas INTPs are inclined to find/gravitate towards people in life who meet an acceptable social compromise ethical standard (Fe anima) often displaying these traits themselves over short bursts of time under stress.

    If you mean feeling by 'ENFP' 'feelingz iz empathyz' then neither. I'm afraid neither do you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    Generally, we both manage to run our Fi/Si inputs through our respective N-T circuits before acting, though, so they influence our decisions, but don't dictate them.
    This. "N" and "T" are our primary and secondary functions. F has input, but only if it checks out OK with T. It's like asking your supervisor (T) if you can have the day off. If he says no, you go back to your office and keep working like an obedient puppy. If he says yes, then you're free to do your thing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bobble View Post
    if you read my posts and you wanted to laugh AT me you're an INTP

    If you read my posts and you wanted to not laugh you're an INTJ
    I guess I should change my name to INTJness.
    NTJ's are the only types that have ever made me feel emo.
    ENP's are the only types that have ever made me feel like a sensor.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobble View Post
    if you read my posts and you wanted to laugh AT me you're an INTP

    If you read my posts and you wanted to not laugh you're an INTJ
    Well this solves my mbti type mystery! What a short and sweet test you provide.

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    [QUOTE=INTPness;1605650]I guess I should change my name to INTJness. [QUOTE]

    Why, does your Va-Jness curve right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
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    wrong usage of terms annoys INTPs, but apparently INTJs like to do that
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    wrong usage of terms annoys INTPs, but apparently INTJs like to do that
    There was nothing wrong with the use of terms. Go read some Jung instead of complaining that MBTI isn't Jung and Socionics isn't Jung when yet again you have proven you don't even understand the principles of the inferior function as Jung defined it. I've told you before: I'm not your mother.

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