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    ^He pronks, too! Magic Poriferan's Avatar
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    Question Not an INTP? So what?

    Here now is a thread for the subject of my type.
    I am still confident that I am an INTP, so this is not litterally a request for help with determining my type.
    But I have taken note of the numerous comments about me seeming like another type, or at the very least, not seeming like an INTP.

    So I'd like as many people as possible to tell me what type I seem like(and if I just seem like an INTP to you, that's perfectly fine).

    Personally, Elfinchild has made me feel a bit better because she seems more identifiable to me than other INTPs, so at least a little bit of my lonliness among my type is gone. One thing that is interesting to me is that my cognitive function results usually place Ne at the top and Fi in a horse-race with Ti for second place.
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    you seem like an INFP to me

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    You seem INFP to me. I have always thought so.

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    I tried to read your posts but nearly every one I clicked wasn't there.

    Okay, given that, it seems

    1. It would depend on how close to X you are. I know, during a period in my life, I was close to X in terms of "I" and "E" Eventhough I was never "E", I could seem that way at times. So, depending on the subject, perhaps, your approach could be more "F."

    2. As for demonstrativeness/phrasing, it seems the more relaxed and trusting we INTPs are with some people, the more "F" we seem. Some people are never trusted enough to see it. I know I've loosened up here since when first joining.

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    I think there is a huge difference between Ti and Te.. The people that use Ti leave me speechless with their otherworldly talent (and desire) for the discovery and organisation of concepts that are way above my head.

    INFP uses Te; INTP uses Ti.

    I don't know what type you are, but you should know which Thinking process you are a natural at using.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana View Post
    I think there is a huge difference between Ti and Te.. The people that use Ti leave me speechless with their otherworldly talent (and desire) for the discovery and organisation of concepts that are way above my head.

    INFP uses Te; INTP uses Ti.

    I don't know what type you are, but you should know which Thinking process you are a natural at using.
    My Ti far exceeds my Te capabilities. It's a consistent result.
    And it's true, there is also an equally huge difference between Fi and Fe.
    I score very high on Fi and very low on Fe, and that makes a big difference.
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    What do you read about?

    What's your favorite subject?

    How do you deal with difficult feelings?

    Why do you dress goth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    My Ti far exceeds my Te capabilities. It's a consistent result.
    And it's true, there is also an equally huge difference between Fi and Fe.
    I score very high on Fi and very low on Fe, and that makes a big difference.
    The key deciding factor it what you are using for judgment. Values or logic. Not whether you think things over, but when you are thinking what are script are you running it through, what's most logical or what balances best against your values?

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    Quote Originally Posted by heart View Post
    The key deciding factor it what you are using for judgment. Values or logic. Not whether you think things over, but when you are thinking what are script are you running it through, what's most logical or what balances best against your values?
    These two threads might help you answer heart's question:

    What's it like to be a Feeler?

    What's it like to be a Thinker?

    There are some clear differences in the responses.

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    Well for myself, and I'm sure Magic, as he scored high in both Fi and Ti, it is very hard to discern whether or not one makes decisions based on logic or values.

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