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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    But votes can't be changed. :<
    I know.

    I wish we could change that.

    And/or allow mods to remove certain voters.

    So, right now, it should 5 votes for INTP, 10 votes for INTJ.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    Mr. Inferior Fe is engaging in projection (or trolling)
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    A man invents. A parasite says, 'Watch out, or you might tread on the toes of God... '


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    @Amargith and @skylights

    Are you just trolling in that particularly ENFP way, or do you have reasoning you can provide to substantiate your claims?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    @Amargith and @skylights

    Are you just trolling in that particularly ENFP way, or do you have reasoning you can provide to substantiate your claim?
    Go be scary elsewhere *sulks*

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    No, I just find your opinion to be idiotic and laughable.
    Yet again the word idiotic to describe people who disagree with you. In this scenario, on your unspoken words.

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    Actually, it did not.
    Actually is does -

    I prefer to leave these things a bit open-ended, on purpose
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    I did.

    I actually wrote it in this thread.
    No you didn't. You only chnaged your OP after Fluff made 'his' definition of Robotic. Not very clever you are.

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    Look how many people have agreed that Fluff approached the issue correctly (including myself).

    There's a good reason for that.
    Yes even I agree with it. It is not because you implied it in your OP without implying it. Lolz. It is because his definition of it and his categorizing of it was well written. So bravo to Fluff.

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    Yes, actually it was.

    I made the thread because of another post in another thread.

    You. Fail. Hard.
    Then you should have mentioned it in this thread rather than expect each and every one of the members of TypC to be reading your posts or hoping to understand your unspoken words.

    I'm glad I fail because it indicated only that I do not read your intelligent/sarcasm intended/ posts.

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    And/or allow mods to remove certain voters.
    Yes the people who disagree with you just HAVE to go. How dare they??? Those fools??

    Lolz Zara.

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    In one post you complain that I presume you to be psychic.

    Then, right after, you presume yourself to be psychic.
    Lolz

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    INTJs are more robotic in their personal relationships than INTPs (but the quintessential robot is ISTJ). Te efficiency screams "beep boop", and Js are typically more tightly-wound than Ps.
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    What makes a person robotic is based on what filters they put their descisions through. Intp's being Ti dom filter everything through thought and rationalization. All the descisions of an INTP can basicly be prompted into and outputted from a computer. Don't take it too literal, INTP's aren't only Ti, but for the sake of arguement.

    INTJ's being Ni doms filter their descision making through introverted intuition. This is not something one could teach a computer to do (as it is based on value assignment that a computer could not calculate), and is therefor not robotic.



    Ofcourse there can be INTJ's who have a stronger aux then dom, in which case the rule would not apply, but seeing as the typical INTJ will have Ni as their true dom, in general the statement stands.

    I don't believe the same rules applies to ISTP's and ISTJ's. Since Si is a whole different ballgame than Ni, the ISTJ's ability for repetition due to their Si dom(Which is something a computer can hypothetically simulate), complimented by their Te, would make them the most robotic-like type there is.

    But this thread was about INTP's and INTJ's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Yet again the word idiotic to describe people who disagree with you.
    Actually, if you look, plenty of people have disagreed with me, and I haven't called their opinions idiotic.

    I reserve using that word for when the opinion actually is idiotic.

    The truth is, I welcome alternate lines of reasoning, I just want them to be intelligent, not idiotic.

    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    No you didn't. You only chnaged your OP after Fluff made 'his' definition of Robotic. Not very clever you are.
    You clearly don't even know which post I was referring to, Riva.

    Congratulations again, though, on thinking you know what you're talking about, even though you clearly do not.

    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Then you should have mentioned it in this thread rather than expect each and every one of the members of TypC to be reading your posts or hoping to understand your unspoken words.
    I did what I did on purpose.

    I have done this with many threads before.

    That you fail to understand that purpose is your issue.

    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    I'm glad I fail because it indicated only that I do not read your intelligent/sarcasm intended/ posts.
    Guess what, Riva.

    I'm a lot more intelligent than you.

    Quote Originally Posted by Riva View Post
    Yes the people who disagree with you just HAVE to go. How dare they??? Those fools??

    Lolz Zara.
    Riva, you clearly have no fucking clue what I'm even talking about (again).

    Your interpretation of my post has absolutely nothing to do with why I said what I said.

    Go elsewhere to troll. You're not worth my time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    What makes a person robotic is based on what filters they put their descisions through. Intp's being Ti dom filter everything through thought and rationalization. All the actions of an INTP can basicly be prompted into and outputted from a computer. In a sense.

    INTJ's being Ni doms filter their descision making through introverted intuition. This is not something one could teach a computer to do, and is therefor not robotic.



    Ofcourse there can be INTJ's who have a stronger aux then dom, in which case the rule would not apply, but seeing as the typical INTJ will have Ni as their true dom, in general the statement stands.

    I don't believe the same rules applies to ISTP's and ISTJ's. Since Si is a whole different ballgame than Ni, the ISTJ's ability for repetition due to their Si dom(Which is something a computer can simulate), complimented by their Te, would make them the most robotic-like type there is.

    But this thread was about INTP's and INTJ's.
    I'm biased, the one true INTJ I know has a very very strong Te. Really though I don't see very many N types as robotic at all, but I'd be more likely to describe INTJs as being robotic than INTPs... even on this forum!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Go be scary elsewhere *sulks*
    I'm not trying to be scary, sweetheart, I just know that you understand us well, and I'm wondering whether you were being serious or joking, and, if you were being serious, what makes you think what you think.

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