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    LOL, most tests use the four dichotomies to determine your type, which is extremely unreliable. The cognitive processes test is next to worthless.

    You're jumping from INFJ to INTP, ENTP to INTJ and ENTJ. You've even said you can't differentiate Ne and Ni, so why should I take your word you're one of those five types?

    Your OP really doesn't help, either, because you're also using the four dichotomies as a guide. If you want to know you're true type, you must write a description of yourself without using such a poor method. Just talk about people or tasks, your interests and hobbies and your interpretation of such. Life priorities, how you think, how you are communication-wise, just write a good few paragraphs about yourself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Triglav View Post
    Because I'm not a sensor, none of the sensor descriptions describe me at all in any way, while INTP, INTJ, ENTP, and ENTJ describe me extremely well. All of the tests I've taken had N as the highest letter, almost always 100% or in that area. Why do you continue to insist I am? Is there any proof at all in what I've written that I am a sensor? No, there isn't so shut the fuck up.

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    Well, to start, I don't like most people and people who have wronged me in some way will usually pay for it in some way. If I overhear someone talking bad things about me, I'm not the person to ignore it, talk about it with him over a cup of cofee, or punch him in the face, I'd go into his computer and unsocket his CPU so he stumbles about like an idiot trying to find what's wrong. I'm not an asshole to babies or old people because they haven't done anything wrong.

    I think I'm much smarter than the average person, and can usually see right through most people and know what they are feeling or thinking at any given time. However, that's pretty much the only way I can understand others because I hate social sutiations like parties and would rather spend the time sleeping or reading. Social norms are totally bizzare to me, and I'm very much like Larry David from Curb Your Enthusiasm and will debate why something is illogical to anyone who says it is.

    I love debating anything, but I don't have a political opinion any more. Whenever I read conflicting sides of a story, event, or system I have extreme cognitive discourse that interferes with sleep and daily life. I would be thinking about wether or not capitalism or socialism is the right thing instead of working and I would get restless trying to sleep under that influence.

    I don't really know what else to say, tell me what to say and I'll tell you those things. If you're interested in what my opinions are towards x or y, tell me that and I will tell you.

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    I'm also very paranoid about everything

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    I think I'm much smarter than the average person, and can usually see right through most people and know what they are feeling or thinking at any given time.
    What exactly do you mean by this? How do you "see" right through them?

    When you're in a group, what are your concerns? What is your typical group behavior? Least favorite group behavior?
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    I can usually know if they're nervous or if they're uncomfortable, but not much else than that. When I'm in a group, it depends on what the group is. If it's a bunch of lame, generic, uninteresting people I will probably think to myself or leave the table. If I'm with interesting people I will listen intently and probably say some things

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    Niís constantly wonder and guess in their head - they do this so often that they often donít even realize that they are doing it. It more or less becomes a part of them. Niís easily get lost in the mind and are thus very introspective, and often pull out ingenious ideas and insights. They view life more globally than any other type, striving to never let themselves forget about the big picture. Niís constantly shift their perspectives, and view and understand things from different angles and in different ways.

    Under extreme stress Niís become paranoid and overly withdrawn. Their inferior function jumps them, and they become overly interested in details and obsessed with physical pleasure. They become slaves to childlike impulses, sometimes ruining themselves with their decisions in the process.

    Niís confidently trust their intuitions, insights, ideas, and inspirations - often no matter what others say. Their thoughts become part of who they are. They donít need to rely on others, and they enjoy time to themselves. Their strong independence is a good thing, but they also have a natural suspicion about others and need to learn to trust them (INTJís in particular).

    Niís prefer to think things through as completely as possible and dislike it when others come to quick, simplistic conclusions. Niís are known to get frustrated with others. INTJís are more likely to show this than INFJs, but nonetheless it is there, and often strongly felt. Niís need to remind themselves that they are extremely rare and should be proud that they see things that others donít. Nonetheless one can certainly understand their grievance with what sometimes seems like the shallow, ignorant ways of the world.

    Niís continually think about the future, what it may hold, and how what they are currently doing with their life affects it. Niís are too often hypersensitive to contingencies, possibilities and implications. To the Ni, anything is possible and could happen. Some Niís focus too much on those ďcouldsĒ and become worrywarts. Niís need to develop their auxiliary function to keep them in touch with the reality of the external world. When Niís donít use their other functions, their unique visions turn to far-fetched crackpot theories, and their confidence turns to downright obstinance.

    Another source of frustration for Niís is their difficulty articulating their complex views and intuitions. However, when they are able to do this, the result is typically both impressive and impactful.
    This analysis of Ni describes me better than any INTP or ENTP or any other individual type description that I have ever read. Is it possible for, say, an INTP to have Ni as their dominant function? Is MBTI based around a mathematical algorithm or is it more flexible.

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    Something like this though

    Introverted iNtuiting: involves synthesizing the seemingly paradoxical or contradictory, which takes understanding to a new level. Using this process, we can have moments when completely new, unimagined realizations come to us. A disengagement from interactions in the room occurs, followed by a sudden ďAha!Ē or ďThatís it!Ē- The sense of the future and the realizations that come from introverted iNtuiting have a sureness and an imperative quality that seem to demand action and help us stay focused on fulfilling our vision or dream of how things will be in the future. - Using this process, we might rely on a focal device or symbolic action to predict, enlighten, or transform. We could find ourselves laying out how the future will unfold based on unseen trends and telling signs. This process can involve working out complex concepts or systems of thinking or conceiving of symbolic or novel ways to understand things that are universal. It can lead to creating transcendent experiences or solutions. - Future thinking

    Doesn't describe me very well at all and the Ne description

    Extraverted iNtuiting: involves noticing hidden meanings and interpreting them, often entertaining a wealth of possible interpretations from just one idea or interpreting what someoneís behavior really means. - It also involves seeing things ďas if,Ē with various possible representations of reality. Using this process, we can juggle many different ideas, thoughts, beliefs, and meanings in our mind at once with the possibility that they are all true. - This is like weaving themes and threads together. We donít know the weave until a thought thread appears or is drawn out in the interaction of thoughts, often brought in from other contexts. Thus a strategy or concept often emerges from the here-and-now interactions, not appearing as a whole beforehand. Using this process we can really appreciate brainstorming and trust what emerges, enjoying imaginative play with scenarios and combining possibilities, using a kind of cross-contextual thinking. Extraverted iNtuiting also can involve catalyzing people and extemporaneously shaping situations, spreading an atmosphere of change through emergent leadership. - Current thinking

    Describes me better except for the current thinking part. I'm always planning on what I'm going to do next in my head. I don't write it down and I don't have any spreadsheets or pitchbooks to remind myself to buy eggs or something but nevertheless I plan things ahead and can see why something happened very easily.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Triglav View Post
    I can usually know if they're nervous or if they're uncomfortable, but not much else than that.
    How do you determine this?

    And you didn't really answer my questions properly.

    And just talk about people or tasks, your interests and hobbies and your interpretation of such. Life priorities, how you think, how you are communication-wise - I really got none of that from you.
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    I don't know how, I just know by their facial expression and body language what they're thinking or what their emotions are. I'm not a very emotional person though. What I mean is when someone makes a joke about someone else, I can tell if the person who is being joked about is actually insulted or if he isn't. I can tell when someone is faking an emotion. I can tell when someome is lying very very easily. I hate pretentious people and can usually notice bullshit from miles away. It's hard to explain, but there it is.

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