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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Do you even know what that means?

    My recollection of you is that a month ago you were a total noob who knew nothing about typology.
    I do in fact know what that means. It's been about two months now. Fi, representing personal values is the third function that INTJ's use and because it is not a regularly used function it can become misguided quite easily and if in the thinking process your personal values cannot find anything flawed within themself it can become stubborn and set in it's ways. Thus making them more closed minded than an Intp, a type that has no 'Fi' which technically means they have no 'set' core values which they follow, thus making them more fluid and adaptable. Close? Oh, and not to mention the misguided placement of Fi, with the powerful subjectivity that it holds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Absolutely nothing.
    I would agree, in personality it has no bearing, but close-mindedness in terms of how you think is a different matter entirely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by A Schnitzel View Post
    What does type have to do with such a loosely defined term such as "closeminded"?
    You, sir, suck at flaming the NTP vs. NTJ war. Asking such logical questions.

    It's a welcome back present for simulatedworld, so make the arguments fly.

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    stupid question, the one who judges the external world more readily, instead of trying to understand the big picture before making the judgment of course..
    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    stupid question
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Discuss amongst yourselves...
    I'd also ask the question, in what context?

    IMO, it depends on what's at stake: Te or Ti. NTJs can be inflexible regarding the external results (i.e -- what "should" occur), but open-minded about the internal processes necessary to arrive there. Conversely, NTPs are flexible on the results, yet steady-fast on what is considered the "truth".

    So an NTJ's "close-mindedness" works in the opposite direction of an NTP's. You'll rarely see a bunch of NTJ's arguing excessively about which system is the most logical, rather than the one that "works" and keeps the environment orderly. Switch the tables around, and NTP's are more prone to being meticulous about logical precision. Both types aim to make sense, but in a way the other individual doesn't value, or recognize.

    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    stupid question, the one who judges the external world more readily, instead of trying to understand the big picture before making the judgment of course..
    Ah, we change our initial judgment about the external world as soon as the circumstances show us otherwise. We shoot for approximations, and base our decisions upon them, which may eventually lead us to the final judgment. For some, waiting all day for the "right" choice takes up too much time. Many prefer to experiment and fix them as they go.

    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    This thread is in celebration of the soon-to-be-revival of one simulated world...
    Here's a gem from SimulatedWorld:

    "So INP is flexible now, stubborn later; INJ is the other way around." - SW

    In the end, it's a matter of when you want to see how stubborn someone can really be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Absolutely nothing.
    Maybe I should change my vote to NTJ...


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    NTPs are up to do anything lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecttcelfeR View Post
    Close?
    Very rudimentary.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainne View Post
    NTPs are up to do anything lol
    Obviously the two intersect, but I was speaking more in terms of their thought process, not their moral character.

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