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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    One of my brothers is an INTJ, and I have lived most of my life with a cold impression of him. It's only improved in the time that I have been living with him and his girlfriend. He's mean, and he has often left me baffled with his inability to respect talents other than his own.

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    ... and still, some of my best experiences are with INTJ's who know how and when to tell me I am exaggerating ("thought castles") without insulting me. The reason why I accept their criticism is because I know they know when it becomes nonsense, which has nothing to do with a lack of understanding...
    In spite of the difference in functions, I see great similarity in our types. No better "buddies" than INTJ and ENTP
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    I'm really warming up to INTJs, recently. I think once they stop reinforcing their own stereotype, they're really easy to get on with, and generally a pleasure to read.

    There's self-appreciation in there; so no one be a fool and bring that up.
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    ... and still, some of my best experiences are with INTJ's who know how and when to tell me I am exaggerating ("thought castles") without insulting me. The reason why I accept their criticism is because I know they know when it becomes nonsense, which has nothing to do with a lack of understanding...
    's true, we're probably the best type to provide you with a second opinion and to have you actually listen to it. But you're great for challenging our own convictions too. Talking to an INTP can be so refreshing.

    Oh and a fellow Belgian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Uytuun View Post
    's true, we're probably the best type to provide you with a second opinion and to have you actually listen to it. But you're great for challenging our own convictions too. Talking to an INTP can be so refreshing.

    Oh and a fellow Belgian.
    Agreement on INTJ-P relations and a shared nationality (for what it is worth these days)... this is almost too much
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    Well, at least there are two fractions that can find common ground on here. *pets Ps in a compensatory turn of events*

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    Actually, I really enjoy seeing how far an INTP will take an idea or theory. It's always been one of the reasons I liked being friends with them. You could call it a hobby, perhaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Minako-bot View Post
    Actually, I really enjoy seeing how far an INTP will take an idea or theory. It's always been one of the reasons I liked being friends with them. You could call it a hobby, perhaps.
    Probably because of our quest to see the ULTIMATE truth in things, as someone somewhere so accurately described. When I contemplate something, it is so I can arrive at the highest possible truth and understanding of it. Equally strong is my desire to paint a clear and concise picture of what I think, that can encompass all the details of what I envision. If my description/explanation lacks detail, then I feel I have failed to manifest my true idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risen View Post
    Probably because of our quest to see the ULTIMATE truth in things, as someone somewhere so accurately described. When I contemplate something, it is so I can arrive at the highest possible truth and understanding of it. Equally strong is my desire to paint a clear and concise picture of what I think, that can encompass all the details of what I envision. If my description/explanation lacks detail, then I feel I have failed to manifest my true idea.
    That's a pretty impressive way of putting it. Truth is, sometimes I just giggle a lot at how absurdly far I can drag out a train of thought.

    Perhaps not as deep.
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    Lets just start breeding INTPs and INTJs and be done with it.

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