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    guys, I've got this great idea! but I'll wait for your opinions on it before actually explaining it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ObliviousExistence View Post
    ^^whats bullshit?
    i forgot that jungs intp was mbti intj and i was thinking that you question mbti intp functions.
    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
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    So are you going to explain yourself or what, let's get this show on the road.



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    in progress, I didn't take any notes the first time I went through his writings on this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    i forgot that jungs intp was mbti intj and i was thinking that you question mbti intp functions.
    Yup there's a difference between Socionics & Mbti in that the first assigns J/P to dominant, while MBTI assigns it to the extroverted function (which for introverts is the secondary). so this sort of thing is confusing when referencing back to Jung.
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    Jung makes a distinction between irrational\perceiving types and rational\judging types. The Introverted feeling and Introverted thinking types fall into his rational\judging category whereas the Introverted intuitive and Introverted sensing types fall into his irrational\perceiving types category. So, if you had to correlate the INTP type whose dominant function on the J\P scale is perception with a jung function-type, the best fit would likely be introverted intuition.

    I will post the excerpts to substantiate the above if I'm in the mood.

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    whats the point of this topic?
    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
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    To me in that regards one good example is the istp. Mbti gives him Ti and Socionics gives him Te, in that regards of what I've seen from reallife people I think are istp they are pretty good at both Ti and Te. I have a friend, who is a master of craft in mechanics and I can talk about car tech with him for hours. On the other hand then he runs his own business and is a demigod when it comes to administration. He organizes every paperwork and things there are to do to run a professional business like a god.

    I am quite undecided in that regards if its not like that your first two function may melt in some regards and create some sort of clone, which is good at what he does but has his own methods.
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    is that a trick question or are you just stupid?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ObliviousExistence View Post
    Jung makes a distinction between irrational\perceiving types and rational\judging types. The Introverted feeling and Introverted thinking types fall into his rational\judging category whereas the Introverted intuitive and Introverted sensing types fall into his irrational\perceiving types category. So, if you had to correlate the INTP type whose dominant function is perception with a jung function-type the best fit would likely be introverted intuition.

    I will post the excerpts to substantiate the above if I'm in the mood.
    Socionics did this for you already, you don't have to bother.



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