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    Act your age not your enneagram number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
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    hell yes. Why didn't I think of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    INTJs are much more open to the inexplicability of phenomena and to chaos...

    INTPs are obsessed with rationalism and there being a rational order to all things.
    That's my view. INTJs are more likely to consider it enough that something is clearly true, and only need to understand why it's true if they think that understanding the underlying principle will be useful to them.

    INTPs are more likely to be driven to understand the why for its own sake, especially if the phenomenon is particularly inexplicable.

    That's from what I've seen of the two types.

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    Yes, from what I've gathered, for the INTJ knowledge is a means to action, whereas to the INTP action is a means to knowledge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shmooooooooo View Post
    Yes, from what I've gathered, for the INTJ knowledge is a means to action, whereas to the INTP action is a means to knowledge.
    While INTJs may assume that something has a logical explanation, we don't always feel compelled to discover and expound upon it thoroughly when that is not necessary to make it work, and may in fact just create an unnecessary delay in implementation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    That's my view.
    My view. Your view. And the truth.

    Quote Originally Posted by JivinJeffJones View Post
    INTJs are more likely to consider it enough that something is clearly true, and only need to understand why it's true if they think that understanding the underlying principle will be useful to them.

    INTPs are more likely to be driven to understand the why for its own sake, especially if the phenomenon is particularly inexplicable.

    That's from what I've seen of the two types.
    Quote Originally Posted by Shmooooooooo View Post
    Yes, from what I've gathered, for the INTJ knowledge is a means to action, whereas to the INTP action is a means to knowledge.
    Not that there's not something to what you guys are saying, but I don't think it need be taken that far...

    Believe it or not: INTJs like knowledge for knowledge's sake as well.

    All you really need to know is that INTPs tend to have a much more Rationalistic worldview (due to their Ti), while INTJs tend to believe the world is a more complex and chaotic place than Rationalism tends to allow (due to their Ni).

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    Their indomitable drive for knowledge and mastery of the forces of nature is a will to control all!

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    What about entp ? It's said that they are the least likely of all types to believe in a God that would make them, following boolean logic, the highest probable candidate for being the challenger of the irrational !

    Or did our believe in the holy vagina distract you ?
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    I think it's interesting how irrelevant "logical explanations" are to our conversations about the enneagram. Logical explanations are answers to questions of a logical quality, and I doubt that we have all the questions to address the full nature of reality in the first place. "How?", "Why?", "What?", "How?", "Where?" All these questions presuppose the nature of a subsequent answer. They answer themselves, in a sense. Maybe the answer is to stop asking so many damn questions and just live life to the fullest.

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    i think it has to do with T`s in general. they just go about it, in different ways.

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