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    Quote Originally Posted by EntangledLight View Post
    my 2 cents. thoughts?
    I wish the Lenore Thomson wiki was still up. It had a perfect phrase for ITJ's Fi. "Going down with the ship" moral behavior. Feeling values turned in on the self is a bit cold and stubborn. Not the same as Fi doms or EFPs, who try to connect their values more often with other human beings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KDude View Post
    I wish the Lenore Thomson wiki was still up. It had a perfect phrase for ITJ's Fi. "Going down with the ship" moral behavior. Feeling values turned in on the self is a bit cold and stubborn. Not the same as Fi doms or EFPs, who try to connect their values more often with other human beings.
    well, F-dom's can be exceedingly cold as well, and could very well detach from the "outer world", especially Fi-dom (the "detaching" part that is); depends on the person. but i know what you mean--it wouldn't rule the INTJ nearly as much as the Ni/Se would... i wanted to add in "and Te as well", but that would really come down to the INTJ's personal growth because you can get Ni-user's with an undifferentiated "T" as opposed to Te (or even Ti for that matter, in the sense that they'd still be Ni+a form of T before F, but no longer strictly MBTI's INTJ), or you could get a more well-rounded INTJ who's begun to develop their F-side... although it would still be most likely turned in and therefore expressed and shown to those in their inner circle (so basically, it wouldn't be apparent looking from the outside in at two INTJ's, one is accessing a "tertiary" the other who's still in the process of developing a "firsts aux", but there would still be a profound difference in the overall health and maturity)

    edit: i should add that when using any function you are still using it's opposite, maybe just more poorly if neither is differentiated--i think the theory is that what ever judgement is being made is being made from a standpoint of both outer/objective and inner/subjective criteria, it's just that the more "un-differentiated" the function, the less apparent this is to the user, and sometimes the more apparent it may be to the audience... such as a Te-dom. doing the "most sensible, logical" thing, while also having it coincidentally work to accomplish something that isn't neccesary but the user is still partial to (like a form of subjective treatment towards oneself or a loved one).

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    This is easy; INTP's have inferior F function, INTJ's have tertiary F function: tertiary > inferior, ego INTP.

    Although I could also argue that niether type is more 'robotic' as emotions (or lack thereof) have nothing to do with the judging functions. INTJ's and INTP's can be as warm hearted or compassionate as any other person, in the same respect that INFP's, INFJ's, etc. can be royal assholes or sociopaths.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Note: the poll is asking who *is* more robotic, not who *appears* more robotic.



    Feel free to explain your answer.
    How do INTPs make you feel, human?

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    I think INTP..

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    Woah, I thought the gap had been narrowing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ginkgo View Post
    How do INTPs make you feel, human?


    Yes, in fact, they do.

    Quote Originally Posted by MacGuffin View Post
    Woah, I thought the gap had been narrowing.
    Yeah, it had been, but then a bunch of nobody INTPs came in and voted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Yeah, it had been, but then a bunch of nobody INTPs came in and voted.
    I would think INTPs would want to be robots, though. I mean, I'm an INFP and I'd like to be a robot, even, emotions are transient and practically meaningless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raine_lynn View Post
    I'm an INFP... and... emotions are transient and practically meaningless.

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