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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnyboy View Post
    Wisdom = Intelligence*Time
    We now have a situation where I have agreed with ent, yet set forth a different argument. And with this definition, ent effectively agrees with you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnyboy View Post
    Let me ask you this question: EQ being equal among a population of NTs, what would their intelligence vs. worth graph look like?
    I'm not sure if intelligent people make a more positive contribution to society than someone of average intelligence. But let's assume that they do just for the sake of this thread. In that case an intelligence vs. worth graph for NT's would look like an S-curve (i.e. logistic curve). An NT of average intelligence would see a significant improvement from an increase of intelligence, while an NT of high intelligence would see little or no improvement from an increase in intelligence. Once an NT gets to a certain level of intelligence an increase in intelligence no longer matters because a variety of other factors limit the person more (confidence, social skills, education/mentorship, contacts, etc...).

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    I was framing my answer in the context of the OP. I agree that, for some NTís, their societal contributions would be greater with improved EQ, but EQ isnít a measure on the standard IQ test.

    Although, maybe we could create a rent an NF business for those NTís who want to improve their EQ score.
    Heh, I didn't mean to seem like I was picking on you. I quoted you mostly because you gave the most pithy reply that was relevant to what I wanted to say. Your answer is right, but I think EQ is more important overall.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lamp View Post
    We now have a situation where I have agreed with ent, yet set forth a different argument. And with this definition, ent effectively agrees with you.
    Yes, it is an interesting situation. Although I do not think that I necessarily put forth an idea with which one could agree or disagree; I simply proposed a few questions for entertainment purposes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jonnyboy View Post
    Not in the least. I simply see more of a need for stupid people who are willing to commit, work hard, follow rules, etc., and less of a need for stupid people who think all day about philosophy, mathematics, physics, etc.

    In general, I would say the worth of SJs is affected least, NTs most. As for the extremes, I'd venture to guess that the worth of the INTP might very well be affected most, and perhaps the ISTJ least?
    So your saying a stupid ISTJ is more useful than a stupid INTP.

    Here's the thing though, you need to define intelligent because stereotypical views on what intelligence all basically presume NTs are the smartest therefore by the stereotypical meaning of intelligence I'm guessing you wouldn't be able to find an INTP as stupid as a stupid ISTJ.
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    INTP IQ



    Notice that the space between an INTPs IQ and EQ remains poopily constant. INTPs will have a certain amount of sorrowful poopiness that will stick with them for the rest of their lives. This will create a gloomy egotistical personality as a defense to the inevitable poopy burden they must always carry.

    Also notice that as an INTP raises his/her IQ, his/her EQ lowers. This is due to subliminal peer pressure and reinforcement from other fellow INTPs to raise IQ at the expense of EQ. And as a direct result, the INTPs that increase their EQ with their IQ end up turning INTJ and thus proving the correlation to hold for all possibilities.

    Now someone else try one. This could be fun

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