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    Yeah, I can fly. Aleksei's Avatar
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    I changed my mind. Te is an empirical, externally based logical function. Therefore it meets both of MP's possibility criterions (being a Thinking function and paying attntion to the external world). In addition, Te paired with Si would be more objective than Te paired with Ni, as it would focus on the world as it is, rather than as the individual in question believes it should be.

    Therefore, the most objective type of all is ESTJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Therefore, the most objective type of all is ESTJ.
    Have you met ESTJs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    I changed my mind. Te is an empirical, externally based logical function. Therefore it meets both of MP's possibility criterions (being a Thinking function and paying attntion to the external world). In addition, Te paired with Si would be more objective than Te paired with Ni, as it would focus on the world as it is, rather than as the individual in question believes it should be.

    Therefore, the most objective type of all is ESTJ.
    My dad and brother are both ESTJs. They are definitely NOT objective, in any fashion, at all.

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    I feel like ENTPs are not as objective as INTPs.

    An INTP can detach themselves much easier from their enviornment to analyze something, while it seems an ENTP must interact with the world, in a way.
    (Definitely the NTP subtype though)

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    I just think that given the type preferences, the INTP would be naturally inclined to approach things objectively. Combine our introverted nature with the strength of Dominant Ti. Both types are capable of being supremely objective, yet once those moments pass, the ENTP may return to the Extraverted world, possibly to socialize or make more connections, while the INTP will retreat to the Introverted world, most often to continue analyzing something they already started.

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    It depends on whether you see Ne as being objective because it is determined solely by the object and it's substance, or if you see Ti being 'logical', but this logic being logical and not subject to the distortion that a introverted judging function is prone too.

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    Part of me wishes this thread would just die and never come back. Another part of me thinks, "when in Rome...".

    Quote Originally Posted by quamdel View Post
    I feel like ENTPs are not as objective as INTPs.

    An INTP can detach themselves much easier from their enviornment to analyze something, while it seems an ENTP must interact with the world, in a way.
    Being detached from the environment makes one less objective rather than more objective. Judging everying by the rules of your own internal world is not objective at all. Reality is the only basis for objectivity, and therefore extraverted functions are more objective than their introverted counterparts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The_Liquid_Laser View Post
    Part of me wishes this thread would just die and never come back. Another part of me thinks, "when in Rome...".



    Being detached from the environment makes one less objective rather than more objective. Judging everying by the rules of your own internal world is not objective at all. Reality is the only basis for objectivity, and therefore extraverted functions are more objective than their introverted counterparts.
    EXACTLY, what i was thinking. Just didnt bother to post it.

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