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    Quote Originally Posted by ObliviousExistence View Post
    its probably rubbish anyway, so I'm not even going to bother digging into it.
    How do you dig on the internet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ObliviousExistence View Post
    what makes you think INTP should be dominant Ti?
    Please read the responses you're skipping over.

    "IxTP" is defined by the MBTI system as "that which has dominant Ti."
    This is why you are getting a lot of resistance.

    It's the same as criticizing the color "red" for being called "red."
    Why isn't it called "Msxyaisdn" instead?
    ...Because it's not.

    You seem to have an issue with nomenclature, not the actual ideas themselves.

    The MBTI definition of INTP fits with the definition of Introverted Thinking that you posted. Note also that the MBTI descriptions include a sequence of cognitive functions for each type, not just one (as you are trying to use) and also insist on a J/P factor that Jung did not create.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ObliviousExistence View Post
    yeah....I'm still waiting for you to answer my earlier questions which you conviniently avoided.
    I did, though.

    Quote Originally Posted by ObliviousExistence View Post
    that's because you is a foo'

    btw, is there any reason why you have those links in your signature? its probably rubbish anyway, so I'm not even going to bother digging into it. I also noticed that you changed it +- an hour after my thread, are you no longer convinced of your theory regarding the difference between INTJ and INTPs?


    I can see you're looking to "win" rather than have a discussion, so I'll leave you alone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Please read the responses you're skipping over.

    "IxTP" is defined by the MBTI system as "that which has dominant Ti."
    This is why you are getting a lot of resistance.

    It's the same as criticizing the color "red" for being called "red."
    Why isn't it called "Msxyaisdn" instead?
    ...Because it's not.

    You seem to have an issue with nomenclature, not the actual ideas themselves.

    The MBTI definition of INTP fits with the definition of Introverted Thinking that you posted. Note also that the MBTI descriptions include a sequence of cognitive functions for each type, not just one (as you are trying to use) and also insist on a J/P factor that Jung did not create.
    +1

    It's just one of those things that's true by definition, sonny.

    On a further note, if you're looking for a type that has both Ni and Ji in the definition, then take a glance at INxJs who have Ni as a dominant function and Ji as a tertiary (Fi for INTJs and Ti for INFJs) or ISxPs who have Ji as a dominant function (Fi for ISFPs and Ti for ISTPs) and Ni as a tertiary. There are actually several threads that discuss these Ni/Ji loops that ISxPs and INxJs experience. It's not too uncommon for highly introverted people to get stuck in this kind of cognitive cycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VagrantFarce View Post
    I did, though.
    really? where?

    I can see you're looking to "win" rather than have a discussion, so I'll leave you alone.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ObliviousExistence View Post
    Introverted Intuition and not Introverted Thinking is the most differentiated function that best correlates with the INTP type.
    That is some seriously funny shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    That is some seriously funny shit.

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    ObliviousExistence:

    Firstly, I owe you nothing. I promised nothing, I committed nothing- you were the one that started the thread with a promise that you have yet to deliver.

    Secondly, you implied that you weren't interested in what I had to say, as follows:

    Quote Originally Posted by ObliviousExistence View Post
    You see my young Visa is an Attention Whore Hero, unlike you, I don't care for attention, in fact, if no one even replied to this, it would not bother me, not in the slightest.
    But if you DO want me to answer the one question you did ask, here we go-

    Quote Originally Posted by ObliviousExistence View Post
    Why do you assume I have not actually absorbed and processed what I read? Have you read the extracts I quoted?
    Anybody can quote anything. Suppose I quote everything you say- does that mean that I have absorbed and processed what you said?

    It's like going for a Literature exam, and then quoting a large chunk of passage from your given text. Perhaps you did study the text, perhaps you did absorb and process what you read, but if you don't show it to me with YOUR analysis, I don't buy it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Please read the responses you're skipping over.

    "IxTP" is defined by the MBTI system as "that which has dominant Ti."
    This is why you are getting a lot of resistance.

    It's the same as criticizing the color "red" for being called "red."
    Why isn't it called "Msxyaisdn" instead?
    ...Because it's not.

    You seem to have an issue with nomenclature, not the actual ideas themselves.

    The MBTI definition of INTP fits with the definition of Introverted Thinking that you posted. Note also that the MBTI descriptions include a sequence of cognitive functions for each type, not just one (as you are trying to use) and also insist on a J/P factor that Jung did not create.
    my bad, there are just too many responses to reply to every single one of them.

    so where if not from Jung did Isabel Myers draw her knowledge for her personality type theory? have you bothered to question the foundation of mbti? what makes Isabel Myers interpretation of Jungs theory superior to anyone elses?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    That is some seriously funny shit.
    I think I missed the joke, humor me.

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