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    Default Nuances between the INT types

    I would like to invite the NTs on the subforum to use their typology knowledge to distinguish between a Judging and a Perceiving temperament.

    I am an INT. What kind of information should we really look for? And what information should we slight?

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    INTPs know they know nothing, the first step to wisdom.

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    INTJ's know how to organize their environment and prioritize in order to get a bunch of things done, and INTP's struggle with this. J's are more decisive. P's are less serious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    INTPs know they know nothing, the first step to wisdom.
    As opposed to those INTJs who...?

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    INTP - omnidirectional : The architect
    INTJ - single-directional : The specialist

    That is at the core of both. Where an INTP will focus at all aspects of something, an INTJ will focus at its most important aspect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    INTPs know they know nothing, the first step to wisdom.
    That is blatantly untrue said the girl who has befriended far too many INTPs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenfairy View Post
    INTJ's know how to organize their environment and prioritize in order to get a bunch of things done, and INTP's struggle with this. J's are more decisive. P's are less serious.
    Can you knock off an anecdote about this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fluffywolf View Post
    INTP - omnidirectional : The architect
    INTJ - single-directional : The specialist

    That is at the core of both. Where an INTP will focus at all aspects of something, an INTJ will focus at its most important aspect.
    Why not INTJ - the architect and INTP - the specialist?

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    Quote Originally Posted by raine_lynn View Post
    That is blatantly untrue said the girl who has befriended far too many INTPs.
    INTPs -- modest or just faking it?

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    I was talking about their reset position. Their natural tendencies. It is the difference between Ti-Ne and Ni-Te.

    Even if an INTP focuses and tries to specialize on something, he will find it pretty much impossible to ignore aspects that an INTJ might not find important enough to note, as a result an INTP is not much of a specialist.

    An INTJ can similarly attempt to think architectically(word lol?) on a subject, but will find himself naturally moving towards the Ni-values important to him and ignore the rest. As a result an INTJ is not much of an architect.
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