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    INTPs are very detail oriented people.
    INTJs are very big picture oriented people.
    INTJs are therefore more concise.
    INTPs though are better at explaining things.
    They both have their uses then though Te is probably more useful than Ti.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    INTPs are very detail oriented people.
    INTJs are very big picture oriented people.
    INTJs are therefore more concise.
    INTPs though are better at explaining things.
    They both have their uses then though Te is probably more useful than Ti.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    No.
    You know you are a really wierd INTP pushing for all of this insane logical correctness mumbo jumbo. Who cares if I'm wrong? Lighten up.

    Your responce: NO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ygolo View Post
    INTPs make more concise arguments, while INTJs more concise statements.
    I agree with this....and the fact that I'm often too lazy to bother with arguments is probably one reason why so many people think I'm an INTJ.

    Edit: it occurs to me that a distinction needs to be made between arguments and exploratory discussions, where INTPs have been known to ramble on and on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    You know you are a really wierd INTP
    yes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    In debate? I've noticed NTPs tend to mock their opponents whilst NTJs (being more emo) try to eviscerate them.

    So...we're both nice in our own speshul way.
    Mocking isn't an emotional response?
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    Quote Originally Posted by freeeekyyy View Post
    Mocking isn't an emotional response?
    No. It's an intellectual one.
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    Here's my take: INTPs and INTJs both tend to be concise in communication unless it's an area of interest (both being introverts and thinkers caring less for social verbal padding as a general rule). When they do hit an area of interest, both can go into an incredible amount of (sometimes mind-numbing) detail... although perhaps less so than ISJs.

    In writing, I think both can go on at length but INTPs are far more prone to a walls of text (as one idea flows into another in an expanding web of connection). INTJs tend to be much more structured when they write at length: more structure (like headings) but a bit less flow.

    I do find it a bit odd that the forum has shifted more toward a reactive, terse style of posting, often without much explanation or substance. It's been a little odd reading about people hating walls of text (or vying over who is more concise), when I've internally had the opposite complaint... I find it hard to see how someone posting "that's wrong/stupid/mean" without farther clarification adds much to the conversation.

    Of course, I'm certainly a wall-of-texter, myself.

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    Perceptions certainly vary. When I hear wall o text, the persons who spring to mind are more often IxxJs (Zarathustra, Fidelia, Coriolis, etc.). Depends on what parts of the forum you frequent, I suppose. I agree that nothing is more useless than a terse "that's stupid" or "you're wrong" without an explanation of why it's stupid or the person wrong.
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