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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    Actually we arent the first people arguing about this. It seems to be quite hot topic of discussion..

    Its funny that you earlier denied what i said about INTJs making Fi judgment about wether a source of information is reliable or not, then blindly trusting or mistrusting the source. Still here you found some random bit of info frrom a source you saw as being trusted and blindly believed it
    Actually, I already knew all of this.

    You're the dolt who thought it was all deductive reasoning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Actually, I already knew all of this.

    You're the dolt who thought it was all deductive reasoning.
    If you already knew that is debatable wether they are the same or not. Why did you start arguing about it as being the same? Sounds pretty retarted to me, especially since you didnt give any proper reasons why you think they are the same, both being differwnt from deductive reasoning doesent mean they are the same.

    At least i got the balls to admit that i wasnt educated earlier and curiosity to explore the ideas, even tho they might be against my earlier beliefs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    If you already knew that is debatable wether they are the same or not. Why did you start arguing about it as being the same? Sounds pretty retarted to me, especially since you didnt give any proper reasons why you think they are the same, both being differwnt from deductive reasoning doesent mean they are the same.
    Because I'm on a particular side of this debate.

    And because I did give my reasoning. Apparently you're too blind to see it.

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    At least i got the balls to admit that i wasnt educated earlier and curiosity to explore the ideas, even tho they might be against my earlier beliefs.
    Congratulations on being corrected.

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    Was there an existing supposition that INTJs couldn't be as (or more) intellectual as INTPs? If so, I'd never heard of it. It seems like someone trying to debunk the rumor that the Japanese only eat cardboard cut-outs of NFL players.
    Does he want a pillow for his head?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ZPowers View Post
    Was there an existing supposition that INTJs couldn't be as (or more) intellectual as INTPs?
    Read Solitary Walker's profile of INTJs. Read other profiles of INTJs and INTPs. Listen to some of the INTP blowhards on here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Because I'm on a particular side of this debate.

    And because I did give my reasoning. Apparently you're too blind to see it.



    Congratulations on being corrected.
    Actually i wasnt corrected, since i dont think abductive is form of inductive. I only had to read 3 articles and one video about the 3 types of reasoning and it was pretty clear.

    If you want to start arguing wether i was corrected or not, go ahead but ill go to sleep now, so we have to continue that tomorrow
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    Quote Originally Posted by INTP View Post
    Actually i wasnt corrected, since i dont think abductive is form of inductive.
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    Fixed.
    You stand corrected.

    Again.

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    How come NFs always interpret a good debate as so much hand-waving and slap-fighting? Iron sharpens iron. We refine our thinking and ideas through discussion. It's a constructive activity.

    Zarathustra: in your mind, what differentiates abductive reasoning from inductive reasoning? To be honest I don't really understand the difference all that well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post


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