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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    What do you see as the core difference between isfp and istp? And, how long have you been into typology?
    Singular ethical introspection versus singular logical introspection. (Fi versus Ti) Easiest Identified in Te inferior in ISFP and Fe inferior in the ISTP and them being carried through life on these trends. ISFP, everyone has, I need. ISTP, everyone is doing, I should.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    Regarding your true complaint which is 'y u zo meanz ?': You did ask. Don't ask a question if you won't like the answer, masochist!
    Oh no, I'm not opposed to your answers. This is an "Ask Jim Anything" thread and I'm simply asking questions and taking your answers at face value. I'm neither upset or disappointed at your answers.
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    Intriguing answers.

    1- do I come off as an INFP? Or would you type me differently?
    2- what is the greatest thing about physics?
    3- if you could live somewhere other than earth, where would it be? (does not have to be an environment conducive to humans. The surface of a star for example.)
    4- in case you didn't see my minor theory in regards to Ne vs Ni. I posit that Ne = super nova and Ni = black hole. I realize this is not a perfect 1:1 ratio of facts. Does that bug you?

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    Dear Invisible Jim,

    Thanks for your previous reply.

    More questions:

    1.) What was / is the most "Ni" experience of your life (so far)?

    2.) Do you have any siblings?

    3.) What is your favorite flavor of ice cream?

    4.) Do you balance your personal finances at the end of the month?

    5.) If you could choose between a day at a museum or a day at a water park, which would you choose? And why?

    6.) What is more important to you at this point in your life: protection of capital or maximizing return?

    7.) Have you ever eaten caviar? Did you like it?

    8.) How many questions would it take for you to grow impatient with one poster?

    9.) How many questions would it take for you to grow impatient with this thread?

    10.) If you had a private jet, where is the first place you would choose to fly it? And why?
    "Remember always that you not only have the right to be an individual, you have an obligation to be one."
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    When people see some things as good,
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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    Singular ethical introspection versus singular logical introspection. (Fi versus Ti) Easiest Identified in Te inferior in ISFP and Fe inferior in the ISTP and them being carried through life on these trends. ISFP, everyone has, I need. ISTP, everyone is doing, I should.

    2 Years.
    What is 'singular introspection' and what can it be contrasted to? What other items or categories exist in the 'introspection' group? (Am I making a correct assumption it's a group?)

    I question the usefulness of that identification method. Humans compare themselves to the people around them and take cues. They do this to different degrees, but I'd imagine the groups most driven to do so would be those most concerned with "fitting in" and finding a clear role in the social hierarchy.
    Don't know how much it'll bend til it breaks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INTPness View Post
    Cool. Thanks for the insight. Probably my last question, at least for today: I work in an environment that if infested with INTJ's. Academic environment. Knowing yourself and knowing the INTJ personality, what would be some positives and negatives of having a ton of INTJ's crammed in the same building? What would be really good about that building and what would that building maybe be lacking or what things might it have an excess of?
    First hint, not all of them are INTJ, far from it. Being an 'organised' IxTP does not a J make (see a few posts before). Ni types are apparently remarkably rare and the more knowledge regarding typology you have the clearer this becomes to see. The benefit would be in organisation, in mapping out direction and also giving others their own space to develop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saturned View Post
    Intriguing answers.

    1- do I come off as an INFP? Or would you type me differently?
    2- what is the greatest thing about physics?
    3- if you could live somewhere other than earth, where would it be? (does not have to be an environment conducive to humans. The surface of a star for example.)
    4- in case you didn't see my minor theory in regards to Ne vs Ni. I posit that Ne = super nova and Ni = black hole. I realize this is not a perfect 1:1 ratio of facts. Does that bug you?
    1-You are INFP enough. The only alternate would be ENFP.
    2-It lets you manipulate the surrounding encironment with reliable and consistent results. It also makes uber-cool lightning.
    3-The question is never 'where should we live?' The question is: 'Where should we lunch?'
    4-Not really, it seemed an aptly visual example. It's painful to force Ne types to see how ideas coalesce in action and how although you see one as explosive and the other as implosive neither are true and that Ne is more like a fast cyling star wheres Ni is the equivalent of a star being ripped apart by a black hole...
    5-There is no 5!

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    Quote Originally Posted by More questions
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    Jim needs to do srs bznz for 2 hours and will return post haste with your answers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    1-You are INFP enough. The only alternate would be ENFP.
    2-It lets you manipulate the surrounding encironment with reliable and consistent results. It also makes uber-cool lightning.
    3-The question is never 'where should we live?' The question is: 'Where should we lunch?'
    4-Not really, it seemed an aptly visual example. It's painful to force Ne types to see how ideas coalesce in action and how although you see one as explosive and the other as implosive neither are true and that Ne is more like a fast cyling star wheres Ni is the equivalent of a star being ripped apart by a black hole...
    5-There is no 5!
    1- @bold.... by fast cycling star do you mean one of those exoplanets that have a day of a few hours? Or one that run through their stores of elements quickly and burn out? (haha)

    In your analogy of Ni being a star ripped apart by a black hole. Are you envisioning it as star = information, and Ni = black hole?

    2- Ok, I'll bite (ahaha)! Where should you partake of lunch and a beverage that isn't earth?

    3- Have you read the book "Just Six Numbers?"

    4- I have a friend who is always unfailingly polite unless someone annoys him enough. His reasoning is that it is more efficient to be polite to others because time spent arguing is time wasted. I have him pegged as an INTJ. Does this sound right? (I ask because Te is your Aux and the face one usually sees towards the world.)

    5- Your number 5 actually has two 5s making your statement ironic.


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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    First hint, not all of them are INTJ, far from it. Being an 'organised' IxTP does not a J make (see a few posts before). Ni types are apparently remarkably rare and the more knowledge regarding typology you have the clearer this becomes to see. The benefit would be in organisation, in mapping out direction and also giving others their own space to develop.
    In my close analysis/interactions, I work with 17 NTJ's, 9 NTP's, and 1 NFJ. After a while, it becomes apparent what types they are.

    But, yeah, maybe you're right. Maybe the boss is INTJ and all the other peon's are INTP's. Heh.
    NTJ's are the only types that have ever made me feel emo.
    ENP's are the only types that have ever made me feel like a sensor.


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