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    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    So narrow minded!
    LOL

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    For those still making the mistake of thinking that Ti is right-brained and Ni left-brained, please see the following descriptions of right-brained and left-brained thinking, which I culled from the first site I found via Google on the matter:

    Left Brain
    Logical
    Sequential
    Rational
    Analytical
    Objective
    Looks at parts

    Right Brain
    Intuitive
    Holistic
    Synthesizing
    Subjective
    Looks at wholes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    For those still making the mistake of thinking that Ti is right-brained and Ni left-brained, please see the following descriptions of right-brained and left-brained thinking, which I culled from the first site I found via Google on the matter:

    Left Brain
    Logical
    Sequential
    Rational
    Analytical
    Objective
    Looks at parts

    Right Brain
    Intuitive
    Holistic
    Synthesizing
    Subjective
    Looks at whores
    Even the ones you did not bold are appropriate for your argument.

    Ti is detailed, therefore, looks at "parts". Nitpicks, in other words.

    In contrast, Ni is all about the grand whole idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craft View Post
    Even the ones you did not bold are appropriate for your argument.
    Thank you for noticing.

    I did it on purpose.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    For those still making the mistake of thinking that Ti is right-brained and Ni left-brained, please see the following descriptions of right-brained and left-brained thinking, which I culled from the first site I found via Google on the matter:

    Left Brain
    Logical
    Sequential
    Rational
    Analytical
    Objective
    Looks at parts

    Right Brain
    Intuitive
    Holistic
    Synthesizing
    Subjective
    Looks at wholes
    Yeah, that is the typical misrepresentation...so you'd say Se is left-brained? That seems pretty much contrary to common sense.
    You lose.

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    I don't really see why these "right-brained" and "left-brained" concepts are relevant at all. They don't really explain anything and it just seems more like woo to me than anything.

    Yeah, that is the typical misrepresentation...so you'd say Se is left-brained? That seems pretty much contrary to common sense.
    Most of the laws of physics run completely counter to common sense. Common sense often runs completely counter to other forms of common sense. Common sense is a horrible judge of reality.

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    Quote Originally Posted by freeeekyyy View Post
    Yeah, that is the typical misrepresentation...so you'd say Se is left-brained? That seems pretty much contrary to common sense.
    Based on the mindframes stuff, T is front left, S is back left, N is front right, F is back left.

    I'm not sure why you think what I quoted is a misrepresentation, nor why it's contrary to common sense -- mind explaining?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stevo View Post
    I don't really see why these "right-brained" and "left-brained" concepts are relevant at all. They don't really explain anything and it just seems more like woo to me than anything.
    I actually agree here, to an extent. It's really a different topic, and, as MMR said, it really deserves its own thread.

    The extent to which I don't agree is that I think finding where the functions (if the really exist in some form) take place in the brain would be awesome.

    Quote Originally Posted by Stevo View Post
    Most of the laws of physics run completely counter to common sense. Common sense often runs completely counter to other forms of common sense. Common sense is a horrible judge of reality.
    Agreed.

    You are an INTP I actually find very sensible and easy to talk with... I wonder why...

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    Quote Originally Posted by freeeekyyy View Post
    Yeah, that is the typical misrepresentation...so you'd say Se is left-brained? That seems pretty much contrary to common sense.
    I don't think perceptive functions can be labeled between the two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecttcelfeR View Post
    I don't think Perceptive functions can be labelled between the two. As all perceptive functions do essentially the same thing, just with different objects.
    Sorry bud, but you need to go back to the drawing board with that one...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Sorry bud, but you need to go back to the drawing board with that one...
    Thas' why I edited.

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