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    ^ Curzon, hmmm, interesting theory.
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    Quote Originally Posted by human101 View Post
    what is reality ?
    Everything that exists.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Curzon View Post
    ISTPs as I have noticed have a sharp look with Intense eyes.

    INTPs on the other hand look lost, not so intense and look lost.
    lol people say this to me

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    That attribute I have only noticed (Si) in ISTP males. Females look just observant.

    But the INTP look I mentioned is shared by both men and women. The women also look lethargic and sexually inactive.

    Sorry...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SillySapienne View Post
    Who doesn't believe in reality?!!?

    Quote Originally Posted by human101 View Post
    what is reality ?
    lol, EXACTLY
    Im out, its been fun

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    LOL!!!

    "lethargic and sexually inactive"

    HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!
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    ^No, not at all accurate, the "anatomy of an ISTP"

    Do you even know any ISTPs?!!?

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    Are you saying the INTP one is more accurate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    I think you are probably confusing that, then, with the tendency of INTP to get lost in a bunch of abstract tangents which might or might not be apparent.

    I think T anchored to an S function is a lot more visible than T anchored to an N. Like Randomity's later anecdote suggests, ISTP is visibly pragmatic (e.g., dropping a pointless/useless discussion), while N often feels the need to explore all the zillions of pathways even if they see where it is going, because there's value to the type in that exploration process.

    I think ISTPs get a lot more done that INTPs, at least in the tangible world; applications of Ti are made externally. INTPs can get pretty anal about the abstracted thinking process itself, regardless of its practical applicability... the abstracted concepts often never get practical application, they exist for themselves.
    I like the way you worded this. Se perceives something and Ti wants to make it work. That's its main thrust.

    Ne perceives lots of things and wants to make them all work better. So there's no real ending.


    Quote Originally Posted by SillySapienne View Post
    Sorry, "in the theory"?

    I've gotten less sleep than I would have liked, and your meaning escapes me.

    If you care to elucidate, what do you mean?

    I know "they" say that Ns are more prone to theorize and care about abstract things, but I do not necessarily see this "fact" manifesting in the ISTP type.

    Their predilection to think, think, think, think about everything and anything, or most things makes it difficult for me to conclude that they don't engage in a lot of abstract thinking!

    Well, Se never stops, although it will get something fixed and move on, to another thing to fix. Consequently, my ISTP (at least) feels almost ADD; it's hard for him to turn off the Ti/Se working duo. But you mustn't forgeth the teriary Ni! In older/more mature ISTPs, the Ni and Ti is dauntless on getting shit done. You've got the practical S, then innovative N, and the workhorse Ti at your disposal.

    I can have abstract discussions with mine, up to a point. Se only tolerates so much theoretizing; yet his Ti/Ni can be more insightful than my Ni/Ti.

    I'd imagine that's a bit different than an INTPs Ti/Ne/Si. I'd guess Si would just keep or reject explorations that Ti/Ne came up with based on experience. ? Hence the stereotypical lackadaisical intp--->caught up in Si land? Just pondering a bit. I don't know many intps irl.
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