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    Good lord. I had no idea we were so terrifying. I'm able to size people up easily, yes, but not usually with intent of emotional violence. That's something I generally only do after I've been completely provoked, and provoking me takes a lot of time and effort. That might happen once every two years, after which I apologize and self-flog. Hint: we have over developed senses of empathy, and if we hurt someone too much, it makes us feel like bastards.

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    Sometime intuition works as a good placeholder to later be filled by logic...and I think INFJs being terrifying is a myth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spamtar View Post
    Sometime intuition works as a good placeholder to later be filled by logic...and I think INFJs being terrifying is a myth.
    Care to expound on that theory?
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    No really my little INFJ friend. Good bunny hop along now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spamtar View Post
    No really my little INFJ friend. Good bunny hop along now.
    Cute.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyGrass View Post
    provoking me takes a lot of time and effort.
    Are you sure? Do you want me to try?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post
    Are you sure? Do you want me to try?
    Do your best. That actually sounds like fun. (You should know, though, that one of my kids is an entp, and I tend to have a soft spot for you. )
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    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyGrass View Post
    Do your best. That actually sounds like fun. (You should know, though, that one of my kids is an entp, and I tend to have a soft spot for you. )


    Which one? the one you adopted?

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    ...dang that empathy is catching. Ok a short preview:

    Intuition is similar to logic which has not been sorted.
    Coming up with logical reasons are easy...we see people rationalize every day
    Making statements based on intuition which you know you can establish by logic do to the plethora of information is not inappropriate.
    Ultimately to test for truth data needs to be compiled in a nonbiased way or through an adversary system yet the original premise will usually follow its intuitive course in a Newtonian manner by controling authority.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post


    Which one? the one you adopted?
    No, that one's an ENTJ. The ENTP I stole from our local playground.


    spamtar-I can agree with you to an extent, especially if we're talking about intuitive individuals who have yet to mature, yeah? I've found that as many INFJs age, they tend to check their intuitive hunches against data, and then run it through a proven framework before making a big assumption.

    I think the idea of intuition as a placeholder for logic is a bit of an incomplete argument, as the two can often work really well together. They're not mutually exclusive, and they aren't one in the same. My intuition might tell me where to look, but my knowledge/data/logic absolutely informs the conclusions that I draw from what I see. While I agree that flying blind on intuition can get a person in trouble, I hardly see intuition as a fledgling version of logic, but rather different tool entirely.

    ETA: I suppose it's possible, though, that emotional intuition feels and works a lot differently than intuitive thinking, and therein lies the discrepancy. Emotional "data" is very difficult to come up with and prove, even for a person describing their own emotions, in contrast to things you can actually measure and observe in a straightforward manner. KWIM?

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