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    Default Well let's see ...

    There doesn't seem to be that much of a difference:

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    They're both grey metallic and have an uneven surface, so I don't know which one is better. But I've read that Te can be substituted in a lot of processes, whereas Ti is widely used and much in demand.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Avis View Post
    They're both grey metallic and have an uneven surface, so I don't know which one is better. But I've read that Te can be substituted in a lot of processes, whereas Ti is widely used and much in demand.
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    I made this thread because I want to know how NT use their T to solve problems?
    Is it Ti or Te that they prefer more, and which one is more useful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Avis View Post
    There doesn't seem to be that much of a difference:

    Ti:



    Te:


    They're both grey metallic and have an uneven surface, so I don't know which one is better. But I've read that Te can be substituted in a lot of processes, whereas Ti is widely used and much in demand.
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    I picked Te because it actually gets things done.

    Also, as much as I admire Ti, we clash a lot.

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    Default Te? Ti?

    You can't debate that one is inherently better than the other.
    Te and Ti have the same fundamental characteristics in terms of logical, objective and factual structures.

    I voted for Te as I have a clear grasp over it.
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    Te > Ni > Ti > Se = Si > Fe > Ne > Fi

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    Quote Originally Posted by visaisahero View Post
    Accelerate or Brake, which is the better pedal?

    How can you compare them out of context? Both of them are beneficial in different ways.
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    Ti wins because this place is full of INTP
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    They both do what they are intended to do equally well. However, without a healthy auxilary neither of them are extremely useful.

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    You can't compare logical constructs because they're only as good as the information that feeds them...

    Te - Si or Ni (ETJ)
    Ti - Se or Ne (ITP)

    The extroverted function adapts to the environment, the introverted function has to develop itself, so Te supported by Si/Ni can adapt thinking to changing circumstances but not the way information is gathered, Ti supported by Se/Ne will adapt how information is gathered but not thinking.

    Ti is better because it is both the strongest and most capable function but also the one that will have the greatest challenge adapting. Te is inferior because that same adaptation weak point is a supporting function causing an imbalance.

    As the environment changes, Ti users supporting function changes with it, meaning the primary function must change as well and this happens fast since it is their strongest. Te users thinking will change, but their support functions are weaker and will take longer to adapt. Te users are more rigid and inherently less adaptable, in a constantly changing world this makes it weaker.

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