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  • EN - Stimulating, Diffuser, Entrepreneur

    5 20.83%
  • NP - Prospector, Innovative, Libertarian

    10 41.67%
  • ET - Objectivist, Commander, Competitor

    1 4.17%
  • TP - Questioner, Skeptic, Logician

    3 12.50%
  • NT - Rational, Designer, Engineer

    5 20.83%
  • EP -Opportunistic, Intrepid

    0 0%
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  1. #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mane View Post
    neither do i - here's my trick:

    i read the functions as follows:
    TiFe: reflects upon information to explore the outside.
    FiTe: super imposes information to express the inside.
    SiNe: connects incoming information in one's collection.
    NiSe: connecting incoming information within it's flow.

    this allows me to split each function in two ways:

    temperamental:
    T: resolving stress from cognitive dissonance in general.
    F: resolving stress from emotional dissonance in particular.
    S: reacts to the existing details of the experienced objects.
    N: reacts to the relationships between the experienced objects.

    cognitive:
    Je manifests as an information mapping mechanism, stressed by chaotic stimuli.
    Ji manifests as an information navigating mechanism, seeking maximum stimuli.
    Pe manifests as information threading, providing the most stimulating images.
    Pi manifests as information framing, providing the most cohesive images.

    which stems from this:
    E functions are processed faster then the rate at which we consciously experience them.
    -> demanding that we'll catch up & compensate for the missing nuances by bouncing it off others.
    I functions are processed slower then the rate at which we consciously experience them.
    -> demanding that we'll wait for the information to unfold and give it the mental space to do so.

    this way, i can say that:
    someone is "very E" = always running to catch up with the latest processed info.
    someone is "very N" = pays a lot of attention to the relationships between objects.
    someone is "very T" = very stressed by cognitive dissonance in general.
    someone is "very P" = very oriented towards seeking the maximum stimulation.

    and still do it in my comfort zone (breaking information down).
    This is an interesting way to think about it. Going by that, I'm a strong Ti/Fe and Si/Ne user and dominant Pi.

    I'm not quite clear on NiSe- connecting information within its flow. Do you have an example? Maybe I'm not clear on it because I don't 'use' that pattern of processing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SuchIrony View Post
    This is an interesting way to think about it. Going by that, I'm a strong Ti/Fe and Si/Ne user and dominant Pi.

    I'm not quite clear on NiSe- connecting information within its flow. Do you have an example? Maybe I'm not clear on it because I don't 'use' that pattern of processing.
    here's a picture of me explaining both Ne & Ni to an SP, taken from a another galaxy far far away:


    tl;dr: while Ne connects the incoming pattern to the big collection of past patterns (just like Si does with sensory info), Ni connects incoming pattern with other incoming patterns (much like Se does with sensory info).

    but seriously - i am starting to feel bad for the thread starter...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mane View Post
    here's a picture of me explaining both Ne & Ni to an SP, taken from a another galaxy far far away:


    tl;dr: while Ne connects the incoming pattern to the big collection of past patterns (just like Si does with sensory info), Ni connects incoming pattern with other incoming patterns (much like Se does with sensory info).

    but seriously - i am starting to feel bad for the thread starter...
    Good example. This makes more sense now.
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    I think a better way to ask this would be 'ENTPs, what are your weakest letters?' An ENTP with a strong E,N,T, or P still looks like an ENTP. But when you say oh, my T is weaker, or my E is weaker (speaking according to the letters themselves, and not the functions), then you can have those levels of more ENFP ENTPs or INTP ENTPs.

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    Damn. l want to say NT but l don't necessarily have those interests. l'm going go with TP. l'd say l do value my preference to reserve judgment but am simultaneously skeptical(at times very much so lol). And l totally could look like an ISTP.

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    ET - Objectivist, Commander, Competitor?
    It's rather true. Usually it's no way I give up in competitions or discussions, also one of the most important things to me is to be objective.

    ENTP with strong ET, tend to look and behave like an ESTJ
    More like ENTJ, I would say.

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    The winner of this poll can ONLY be N, since ENTP are Ne-dom.

    And usually, ENTP have less extreme E and T functions than their fellow Extroverts (high Ni, high Ti) or fellow Thinkers (high tertiary Fe).

    So far, the results are ENtP, and I'm not surprised.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blackmail! View Post
    The winner of this poll can ONLY be N, since ENTP are Ne-dom.

    And usually, ENTP have less extreme E and T functions than their fellow Extroverts (high Ni, high Ti) or fellow Thinkers (high tertiary Fe).

    So far, the results are ENtP, and I'm not surprised.
    Thats very catgerocial, where's the N that likes to be surprised in you ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Thats very catgerocial, where's the N that likes to be surprised in you ?
    That's a paradox, and paradoxes are always interesting!
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