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    Minister of Propagandhi ajblaise's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    Well the main moral function is Fi and unless an INTP is close to borderline F he would probably have a lack of Fi.


    /b/ is not about anime.
    INTJs and INTPs both can be pretty amoral sometimes. But a lot of INTPs seem to have developed more empathy and warmness, than their INTJ cousins.

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    Haha my ISxP friend browses 4chan... during class.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustHer View Post
    I think Ni is what 4chan is all about... the posts are not funny at all because of what is actually physically IN them, they are funny because of how you interpret them. When I'm trolling 4chan with my group of INTJs, we might all start laughing at some stupid picture, and people walking by look at it and just dont understand why we find it funny. And we can't really explain why because its Ni and other people don't find it funny because they don't see what we see.
    I haven't said INTJs do not exist there. There are indeed a large number of INTJs and a large number of INTPs. I just observe that more of them are INTPs.

    Quote Originally Posted by JustHer View Post
    Okay, tertiary Fi in an INTJ is hardly that overpowering that they would find 4chan material offensive. Maybe some of them, but hardly the majority.
    Integrity, pride and morals. What do you think makes us so 'robot like'? If we were NiTe without any Fi whatsoever you'd find we would be extremely 'out of it' with no structure whatsoever. We'd murder to reach whatever we want to.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajblaise View Post
    INTJs and INTPs both can be pretty amoral sometimes. But a lot of INTPs seem to have developed more empathy and warmness, than their INTJ cousins.
    Indeed, I have found this in the more mature INTPs. The INTJs 'coldness' is a problem but it is usually because pride and integrity to look presentable and intelligent that INTJs would do this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ragingkatsuki View Post
    Indeed, I have found this in the more mature INTPs. The INTJs 'coldness' is a problem but it is usually because pride and integrity to look presentable and intelligent that INTJs would do this.
    Dude. I've seen polls on /b/ where INFPs only trailed INTPs and INTJs by a hair. And this was a couple of years ago. Fi is not saintly.
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    ícataplum!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueSprout View Post
    Dude. I've seen polls on /b/ where INFPs only trailed INTPs and INTJs by a hair. And this was a couple of years ago. Fi is not saintly.
    I had already thought that INFPs wouldn't be that far behind so this does not surprise me. I'm not entirely sure why but IXFPs have some attraction to things that are against their values. They stay to understand it yet they usually don't let it get to them. This usually encourages the stereotype of 'emo' to IXFPs. Enjoying the negative emotions they feel.

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    Let's compromise:
    /b/ - INTP
    4chan - INTJ

    And, according to a friend of mine:
    /o/ - ISTP
    If a deaf INFP falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it, does it make a sound?

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    1. INTP (makes sense)
    2. INTJ
    3. ENTP/ENFP/INFP/ISTP - in no order


    throw in a random ISFJ for shits and giggles and that's primarily what you will find.

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    Out of curiosity, where does the perception that anime = INTJ come from? Is it just a trend in avatars? Has anyone done a poll on type versus enjoyment of anime?

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    Says the INTJ with an avatar of Monkey D Luffy.

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