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    Quote Originally Posted by mrcockburn View Post
    My attention span only lasted for 2 pages, but you sound like you don't want to be an INFJ. Which, I hate to say, isn't the most T-ish thing. A typologically confused INTJ would simply want to put ALL the facts out there and get the truth. The way you're trying to subtly promote yourself as an INTJ indicates a subjective slant to your self-analysis, which goes against what T's generally do/stand for.
    For fuck's sake.

    Guys, forget letter-based analysis, it misses the point. He's feeling but he's not a feeling type, because his functions don't fit. INFJs are Fe, Serge is strongly Fi, and approaching the problem in a way an Fi-guided person would.

    Serge. Is. INTJ.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    For fuck's sake.

    Guys, forget letter-based analysis, it misses the point. He's feeling but he's not a feeling type, because his functions don't fit. INFJs are Fe, Serge is strongly Fi, and approaching the problem in a way an Fi-guided person would.

    Serge. Is. INTJ.
    It seems so.

    Just goes to show that everybody's different regardless as to type.

    It would be interesting to see Step II results.

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    Does Step II cost money?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Does Step II cost money?
    $80

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    Spending ca$h on anything MBTI-related is a waste of money, IMHO.
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    Join the military and do the MBTI test.

    Get a job and do the MBTI test.

    It's free because it is a way of thinking that suits the military and business.

    Sure, we can call it brain-washing or a cult, but it works for business and the military. And we know the business of the military.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aleksei View Post
    Spending ca$h on anything MBTI-related is a waste of money, IMHO.
    It depends on:
    1) how much money you think your time is worth
    2) how important it is to you to get the most accurate/nuanced view possible

    For me, it was not a waste at all. Though for many, I can see how it would be if they were not so much interested in the result.

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    Letter-based analysis provides a type hypothesis. Normally one would then look at profiles and see if they fit. Serge, sadly, has already looked at a great many profiles and has decided that he can't choose. However, it would seem that the type hypothesis currently firmly includes I and N. So... the next step would be to discuss examples from real life that support one of either T or F and one of either J or P.

    Um.... so, Serge, can you say more about these:

    T may forget and hurt other people’s feelings without knowing it.
    F is usually very aware of other people’s feelings.

    T can get along with little harmony.
    F values harmony; feels unsettled by arguments and conflicts.
    and this:

    J tries to make things come out the way they “ought to be”.
    P deals easily with unplanned and unexpected happenings.


    (Morally speaking, the final arbiter of a person's type is the person, not the observers even if the observers already have a strong impression of what's up. It's a crappy rule and subverts the whole undermining of individuality thing we here at MBTI headquarters have going, but hey, ethical commerce and child molestation demand it.)
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    I am disappointed. First you proclaim your type conclusion with insufficient presentation of data then you move on to monetary issues. Tsk tsk tsk.

    No, seriously. Argue with reason and evidence, not repetitive presentations of unsupported judgments stated as fact. Just because you say it, doesn't make it so. Reread the thread. There is enough information.

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