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    Quote Originally Posted by Risen View Post
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    All extraverted functions, by their very nature, are objective. All introverted functions are subjective. They work through a filter of some sort. ENTPs, being extraverts, dominate with an extraverted function. INTPs do not. That makes ENTPs more objective than INTPs.
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    All the types can potentially slip from objectivity. Function theory doesn't give a prediction as to which type is the most objective/smartest/coolest/best, and most arguments of that sort tend to degenerate into "my dad could beat up your dad" with unseemly speed.

    What the theory can do is illustrate the ways in which each type is liable to fall from objectivity, if they do so at all. Consider INTPs. Yes, it's true that they have an introverted judging process as their prime function, but they also have an extroverted judging process in the inferior position. When they slip from objectivity, it will be because of that inferior Fe. Perhaps they throw out an idea because they don't like the person who invented it. Maybe they become distracted by some squable over who thought of what first, ignoring other matters that are more important. Perhaps they turn their backs on what is happening in the outside world to concentrate on some minute detail of academia while society goes to hell in rocket powered pram.

    ENTPs have inferior Si. This can cause them to slip from objectivity by refusing to see that there might be a very good reason why something has always been done in a particular way. It can also cause them to promote dangerous causes of action, such as entering a product into general use before it has been tested properly, because they grow too impatient, or fail to see the need for such caution. They slip from objectivity because they fail to give the evidence enough consideration before acting, going with whatever they find most interesting instead.

    It's possible to do this sort of analysis for all the types, and I think it is probably more enlightening than argueing over who has got the biggest... objectivity.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post

    ENTPs have inferior Si. This can cause them to slip from objectivity by refusing to see that there might be a very good reason why something has always been done in a particular way. It can also cause them to promote dangerous causes of action, such as entering a product into general use before it has been tested properly, because they grow too impatient, or fail to see the need for such caution. They slip from objectivity because they fail to give the evidence enough consideration before acting, going with whatever they find most interesting instead.
    Isnt the theme of subjectivity more related to sentences like "This plane is evil" or "Tho entropie already has ~10 k posts, he's still likely to be a member that gets banned" ?

    I think, you gotta define the theme a bit more closer here. Not seeing why things have always been done a way or growing impatient about a product launch falls more into the department of dumbness for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Isnt the theme of subjectivity more related to sentences like "This plane is evil" or "Tho entropie already has ~10 k posts, he's still likely to be a member that gets banned" ?

    I think, you gotta define the theme a bit more closer here. Not seeing why things have always been done a way or growing impatient about a product launch falls more into the department of dumbness for me
    I think there is a differance between being subjective and failing to be objective. One can adopt a subjective opinion on something but remain objective, as long as you don't loose sight of the fact that your opinion is subjective. Kind of like saying "Some people might like that, but it's not for me" rather than thinking "I don't like that, so therefore no-one can."

    Remaining objective means being able to see past ones own personal preferances. An ENTP looses that to poor Si when they start to think that their own preferance for the new and shiny must extend to everyone else, and anyone who disagrees is a dumbass. Actually, that process probably involves a bit of frustration driven poor Fe as well, but as they say, functions never entirely operate in isolation!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Andy View Post
    All the types can potentially slip from objectivity. Function theory doesn't give a prediction as to which type is the most objective/smartest/coolest/best, and most arguments of that sort tend to degenerate into "my dad could beat up your dad" with unseemly speed.

    What the theory can do is illustrate the ways in which each type is liable to fall from objectivity, if they do so at all. Consider INTPs. Yes, it's true that they have an introverted judging process as their prime function, but they also have an extroverted judging process in the inferior position. When they slip from objectivity, it will be because of that inferior Fe. Perhaps they throw out an idea because they don't like the person who invented it. Maybe they become distracted by some squable over who thought of what first, ignoring other matters that are more important. Perhaps they turn their backs on what is happening in the outside world to concentrate on some minute detail of academia while society goes to hell in rocket powered pram.

    ENTPs have inferior Si. This can cause them to slip from objectivity by refusing to see that there might be a very good reason why something has always been done in a particular way. It can also cause them to promote dangerous causes of action, such as entering a product into general use before it has been tested properly, because they grow too impatient, or fail to see the need for such caution. They slip from objectivity because they fail to give the evidence enough consideration before acting, going with whatever they find most interesting instead.

    It's possible to do this sort of analysis for all the types, and I think it is probably more enlightening than argueing over who has got the biggest... objectivity.
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    It depends, cognitive functions say objective = observe environment, subjective = observe internal mind. The traditional definition of 'this person is being objective' and 'this person is being subjective' do not apply on the type context. By definition, all types are as 'objective' as others based upon their experiences.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kasper View Post
    What you have written has shown you are failing to understand the test. The test scores you so low on E/I because it's saying it is only 1% sure that you are one or the other, not that you are a 1% introvert or extrovert. You have answered the questions in an ambivalent/even manner and the course of action for you to take after that is independent research to determine your type. It's a common mistake people make, but it is a mistake.


    That wasnt what I was trying to say;
    maybe your not understanding me correctly...
    What Im trying to do is find out if I am really a border line E/I
    and yes I know how the test works but thankyou anyways

    how do do you know I failed to understand? (explain your logic with out bias)
    there's 2 versions of the test a longer one with more details and a shorter one. Witch one are you talking about?

    I still disagree with what you said, about me doing it wrong for the time being...I already did my research and I found an equal amount of characteristics of my personality traits for INTP and ENTP I wouldn't say anything unless Ive done extensive research on it but thanks anyways...

    I dont think you know every one that has taken the test to make that presumption, I think you speak from your own experience and the matter at hand just shows that maybe when you or the people you know could've been "ambivalent/even" in taking the test; from my experience Ive noticed extroverts are very projective...

    I think Im the exception and still consider my self a boder line I/E; I for one always think differently when Im alone then when Im around people I feel engaged and my thought process is just a ted bit different....

    I said it before and Ill say it again your making to much of an assumption you dont have enough facts to even come close to the things your assuming... you have to gather up concret facts and statistics, if you wanna convince me that I took the test wrong...(Is it worth the effort?)

    an easier solution would be to agree that we disagree with each other but thats up to you... I enjoy learning something new; mistakes can be good sometimes.

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    Percieving things in a seemingly objective manner is actually making up a subjective, most definitely not entirely true image of another reality(ies) or perceptions of it. If I stick to my definition of objective, then I would guess INTPs could be better at doing it. However, I believe ENTPs are more likely to reveal their objectivism in public whereas INTPs tend not to speak up their ideas and opinions that much if it's not neccessary.
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    The INTP may come the closest of all the types to true objectivity, but this objectivity will not be perfect. Moreover, the INTP will be completely blind to any flaws in his/her objectivity absent a lengthy process of self-discovery.

    The ENTP will be less objective, but more aware of it... and won't care.


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