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  • INTP

    926 100.00%
  • INFP

    14 51.85%
  • ENFP

    3 11.11%
  • Other

    2 7.41%
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Thread: Dana's Type?

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    Senior Member ThatsWhatHeSaid's Avatar
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    I still maintain that the values/logic dichotomy is worthless, because logic feeds into and forms values.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ThatsWhatHeSaid View Post
    You know why I learn towards T? (By the way, I think introvert is a given)

    Because your writing style always seems predigested and concise, as if you've considered what it is you want to express, and then digested the information several times before outputting the end result. To me, that's a very T-trait. I also think you tend to be skeptical about things that you hear, more so than the Fs.
    If I were to "be" an INFP... I could change the way people think about INFP's... because perhaps the INFP commonly exhibits these behaviors.. and is consequently mistyped as INTP due to a gross misrepresentation of the INFP type. INFP's surely may be skeptics... I think it is the NP way..

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    I think we're getting into semantics, now. But, that's a good thing, but all these bullshit distinctions and divisions are only projected boundaries anyway. These words try to create hard divisions where no such divisions exist.

    Wtfever.

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    definitely xxFP

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    It was my ignorance of Si that has caused this confusion... I didn't know much about Si, and thus was not aware that it is this function that evokes nostalgia, memories, and feelings of the past.. That is as far as my feeling stretches, as anyone who knows my intimately will attest to my impersonal approach to personal matters. I seek not harmony... but conformity with my own understanding and action and the truth.

    INTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana View Post
    Well, I just asked my mom if I make decisions based on values or logic and she said logic, definitely.
    What does your Dad say?

    Based on what you have said of your family, he seems the most likely one to give rational, analytical feedback.

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    Lol, I just asked him if I made decisions impersonally or personally and he said "Personally. Extremely so. To the Nth degree."



    Ugh. I resign myself to INXP.

    Edit: But... Family is family. Lines are blurred, surely...

    I am standing by INTP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana View Post
    Lol, I just asked him if I made decisions impersonally or personally and he said "Personally. Extremely so. To the Nth degree."



    Ugh. I resign myself to INXP.
    Yeah that X is a bugger. Join the club!

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    I will remain with INFP.

    I do not feel haunted by doubt when I assume that type. I won't let this torture me for any longer than it has.

    As athenian once said, if it's this hard to tell, then it really doesn't matter much.

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    INFPs can be skeptical about ideas that don't make sense for sure. The difference is that the INFP will often try to see where the other person is coming from, despite the healthy and often very reasonable skepticism. The INTP will think (and if bold, say..).. "That idea doesn't make any goddamn sense! You are an idiot and I am not.. don't have a nice day."

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