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    Default Tell me if I understand these concepts correctly

    Just making sure I interpreted things correctly.

    Se - Sensory functions (Daredevil and Wolverine's asset)

    Si - Memory.

    Ni - Vision of an eventuality of things. At an advanced level, it can be defined as a precognition.

    Ne - realization of concepts. Whereas in Ni, these concepts appears to have an eventuality (e.g., a tangible concrete manifestation of an eventuality) already, in the state of Ne, these concepts appear in raw form that don't have coherence yet, until binded by something.

    Ti - logic (pure form)

    Te - empirical manifestation of logic. Subset of Ti, manifesting through created measurable parameters, e.g., graphs, charts, workplan, etc.

    Fi - intrapersonal skills, basically Sigmund Freud's idea of Ego (arbiter of the Superego and the ID). Someone's idea of ethics, leaning towards spirituality in some cases.

    Fe - empathy, diplomacy, interpersonal relationships, public behavior.

    P - Perception. Pretty much like SE, but goes beyond it. Reading between the lines of what is apparently observable.

    J - Eventuality, decision, bottom line, finalization. Whereas Perception is the process, Judgment is the outcome.

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    more than 90% in your favor
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    Mostly... your description of Ni and Te wouldn't be how I put them...

    Perhaps this might help...
    http://www.typologycentral.com/forum...own-words.html

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    No.

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    perhaps Te should be logic
    if-then statements

    and Ti is more so analysis and pruning away at data to get concise arguments or reasons

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    I'm glad you don't confuse people with explanations, life is so much easier this way.
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    no, I think he meant that Ti is "pure logic" (like when you take symbolic logic at college? And use logic language to create a logical statement? That's Ti.)

    And Te is the empirical application of logic in ways that accomplish a goal.

    (Ti is much more "defining the essence of something" rather than trying to accomplish anything in particular.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    no, I think he meant that Ti is "pure logic" (like when you take symbolic logic at college? And use logic language to create a logical statement?)

    And Te is the empirical application of logic in ways that accomplish a goal.

    (Ti is much more "defining the essence of something" rather than trying to accomplish anything in particular.)
    ah
    hmm
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    Quote Originally Posted by AvereX View Post
    ah
    hmm
    ^^^^ Jah, that's Ti.

    "Hey Capa -- We're only stardust." ~ "Sunshine"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cypocalypse View Post
    Just making sure I interpreted things correctly.

    Se - Sensory functions (Daredevil and Wolverine's asset)

    Si - Memory.

    Ni - Vision of an eventuality of things. At an advanced level, it can be defined as a precognition.

    Ne - realization of concepts. Whereas in Ni, these concepts appears to have an eventuality (e.g., a tangible concrete manifestation of an eventuality) already, in the state of Ne, these concepts appear in raw form that don't have coherence yet, until binded by something.

    Ti - logic (pure form)

    Te - empirical manifestation of logic. Subset of Ti, manifesting through created measurable parameters, e.g., graphs, charts, workplan, etc.

    Fi - intrapersonal skills, basically Sigmund Freud's idea of Ego (arbiter of the Superego and the ID). Someone's idea of ethics, leaning towards spirituality in some cases.

    Fe - empathy, diplomacy, interpersonal relationships, public behavior.

    P - Perception. Pretty much like SE, but goes beyond it. Reading between the lines of what is apparently observable.

    J - Eventuality, decision, bottom line, finalization. Whereas Perception is the process, Judgment is the outcome.
    Looks mostly on track. Here's a nice chart that describes them all in simple summaries:

    The Interstrength Cognitive Assessment: (Except for I, E, P, and J)

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    Quote Originally Posted by AvereX View Post
    I'm glad you don't confuse people with explanations, life is so much easier this way.
    Yes.

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