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    I came across this before. I'm probably somewhere between Cynical Realist and Classic Nerd.

    I should be ashamed of myself. Very, very ashamed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lithium Onyx View Post
    I came across this before. I'm probably somewhere between Cynical Realist and Classic Nerd.

    I should be ashamed of myself. Very, very ashamed.
    Why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    The titles don't really have any sort of validation anyway, they're just derived by intuitive application of function theory, so...

    ^^^ case in point: Some INTPs might use their powers to deconstruct an idea and invalidate it, but the NPIT pretty accurate denotes how I use the same skills to anchor and then expand a framework in order to include as many possibilities as possible. How broad can I make things? How much fits within the frame? I have noticed a tendency in my arguing to focus on the "broadening the theory" thing...
    I would have thought that I was NPIT as well. For on most of the other tests, N is obviously the strongest, followed by P. (Though a few tests such as the DDLI, J/P were close). In some respects, I/E are close, though the way the tests define introversion in the classic sense is what makes the I strong.

    I'm not sure I can really identify with this:

    "bodhidharma"
    This type, the second of the hermit-like INs, seeks obliteration of the personality through calm meditation


    But then, it is a very brief, vague description, and I'm not sure what he means by "obliteration of the personality".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    I would have thought that I was NPIT as well. For on most of the other tests, N is obviously the strongest, followed by P. (Though a few tests such as the DDLI, J/P were close). In some respects, I/E are close, though the way the tests define introversion in the classic sense is what makes the I strong.

    I'm not sure I can really identify with this:

    "bodhidharma"
    This type, the second of the hermit-like INs, seeks obliteration of the personality through calm meditation


    But then, it is a very brief, vague description, and I'm not sure what he means by "obliteration of the personality".
    Tee Hee, people still think P is an actual function.
    So cute.
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    classic nerd

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    Hmm, none of the above. Most closely I guess the Cynical Realist, but not really.
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    I change my vote to religious fanatic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Decline View Post
    I fluctuate between these two, apparently:

    PINT-"the secret prostitute"
    The first of our identity-strong subtypes, they court several identities at once without thought of global inconsistency.

    IPNT-"the deadhead"
    These types tend to be long-simmering hippies, who are secretly yearning for a simpler existence, usually involving nature or anachronism.

    Accurate, if only I could decipher what the first one meant..
    I seem to be PINT/PNIT. Types starting with "P" are summed up as being "Improvisers". I can buy that. Got a 100% on P... (on a fairly simple/random test, but anyway)
    As for the rest I have absolutely no idea what it means... Could anything please explain it in Swedish??

    Edit: Oh yeah, and for the "current" type division I think I'm a Previously Golden, Now Cynical Loser...

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