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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    Fail at typology often? Try 'Psychological Types'.
    this?


    try understanding it?

    or at least try finding even one source that shows jung saying that archetypes are related to typology.

    jungian analysts dont even use typology in their clinical work, but they do use archetypes. you should have a look at analytical psychology as a whole, not just concentrate on the typology part and try to make everything fit to it. typology is only a really small part of analytical psychology and most the stuff(like collective unconscious and its archetypes) is not related to typology at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by shortnsweet View Post
    Ah, yes. The horseman situation only comes into play when two INTP's disagree.
    (I absolutely despise this new winkee face, I just want to slap him.)
    hahaha, so true! I have been a witness to the power of two INTPs "discussing" a topic before. It's kind of exhausting. The best part is when an ENTP enters the mix, the two INTPs are thrilled to have yet another perspective... and then the ENTP gets bored with the topic and wanders away in search of... anything. else.

    good times.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    this?


    try understanding it?
    Haha. This photo is classic. I vote this for picture of the month on the forum. You should also post it in the "man hands" thread.
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    intjs look more like istjs from my very limited experience with them...i would think intps might be more easily confused with some other np type or ixxp type depending on the strength of their preferences...that was a very broad non answer answer i guess but imo the j makes a lot of difference
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTPness View Post
    Haha. This photo is classic. I vote this for picture of the month on the forum. You should also post it in the "man hands" thread.


    i bet now comes the part that i corrected on saturneds post about INTJs
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post


    i bet now comes the part that i corrected on saturneds post about INTJs
    I don't want co-author credit on this one, ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    I don't want co-author credit on this one, ok?
    okay, i can take the full credit of this insight that is the one ultimate thing that sets INTJs apart from INTPs
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    try understanding it?
    Jung described explicitly the phenomenon of Anima breakthrough withing the book being tied to the opposite of the dominant fuction; aka the inferior in Psychological Types.

    He then describes the archetype of the anima/animus in The Archetypes and The Collective Unconscious.

    We can all post pictures of books. As I have said 1,000 times before, this is nothing more than mental masturbation from yourself. I recommend you learn some INTJ traits like basing your viewpoint on facts. For example, when refering to Psychological types you can use the facts you can find within Psychological types rather than deriving facts from your battered ego.


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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    Jung described explicitly the phenomenon of Anima breakthrough withing the book being tied to the opposite of the dominant fuction; aka the inferior in Psychological Types.
    he said that anima possesses some inferior qualities of the person, not that it comes from inferior function. like i told you before, try understanding it and not just try to fit it into your own view about the subject
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    I'm tired of watching the undercard fights. What time does the main event start?
    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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