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    Hmmm, I commented on the other thread. But I'm undecided about your type, mostly because of your age. I admit that younger ENFPs tend to be a bit more sloppy feeling, but I didn't, I leaned towards analytical. These parts of these answers give me an ENFP vibe:

    5b. Can they change? What would be the reason if they changed?

    I don't know. But like I said before, my values depend on situations and circumstances. However, I would not mind losing as a brave individual.
    This feels Fi-ish.

    6. You are in a car with some other people, the people in the car are talking. Someone makes a claim that you see as immoral/rude/cruel. What is your inward reaction? What do you think? What do you say?

    I would probably curse him in silence. Then I would spend a decade thinking about counter arguments to his claim and present them when he does not care about it anymore. Therefore, the likelihood of me saying anything to that claim is infinitesimal.
    The offense feels Fi-ish. I find ENTPs would find the value judgment as a chance to have some fun. Avoidance of conflict which leans away from ENTP.

    8. Do you believe you are introverted or extraverted? Why do you believe that? (Please be as detailed as possible)

    I think I'm an ambivert. I'm too impulsive and interested in people and global affairs to be an introvert. Unlike the common introvert, I love going to parties and cinema with my friends. Solitude is comforting, but it gets terribly boring after some time. At the same time, I do feel at my element in solitude. And I hate it when people break into my ivory tower.
    Classic ENFP response to the introvert-extravert question.

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    MasterofAwesome, why did you choose that particular name? ENFP and ENTP can both choose it, but I would expect their reasoning for doing so to differ.

    For ENFP vs ENTP:

    He's a younger lad, so his relationship with Fi is going to be more raw and less nuanced than it is with older ENFPs and ENTPs. The OP didn't go deep enough into it for me to really discern anything, though.

    Keeping in mind that I'm talking about younger examples of the type:

    ENFPs live in terms of personal values, whether it's as a social scientist experimenting with different ones (in themselves and others' personal values), embracing certain core values, or resenting the guilt and limitations their values place on embracing the possibilities and fun of Ne. There tends to be a strong emotional element, regardless of which it is.

    ENTPs tend to not understand what the whole Fi thing is about. In themselves, their thought processes are almost like a polarizing filter that blocks Fi from consciousness. When they do notice it, they dissect the Fi element with a razor sharp Ti scalpel until the poor thing is dead. Generally, I see the younger ones either become extremely curious and interested in it, since it's so different from their own thought processes, or completely dismiss and mock it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Udog View Post
    MasterofAwesome, why did you choose that particular name? ENFP and ENTP can both choose it, but I would expect their reasoning for doing so to differ.

    For ENFP vs ENTP:

    He's a younger lad, so his relationship with Fi is going to be more raw and less nuanced than it is with older ENFPs and ENTPs. The OP didn't go deep enough into it for me to really discern anything, though.

    Keeping in mind that I'm talking about younger examples of the type:

    ENFPs live in terms of personal values, whether it's as a social scientist experimenting with different ones (in themselves and others' personal values), embracing certain core values, or resenting the guilt and limitations their values place on embracing the possibilities and fun of Ne. There tends to be a strong emotional element, regardless of which it is.

    ENTPs tend to not understand what the whole Fi thing is about. In themselves, their thought processes are almost like a polarizing filter that blocks Fi from consciousness. When they do notice it, they dissect the Fi element with a razor sharp Ti scalpel until the poor thing is dead. Generally, I see the younger ones either become extremely curious and interested in it, since it's so different from their own thought processes, or completely dismiss and mock it.
    I have honestly forgotten why I chose that username in the first place. It was either that or 'LordMaverick' or 'AdvocateOfApocalypse'. I'm not joking. The decision was undoubtedly a whimsical one.

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    Here's a telling question for you @MasterOfAwesome, if you find yourself correcting people, what do you correct them about?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlip View Post
    Here's a telling question for you @MasterOfAwesome, if you find yourself correcting people, what do you correct them about?
    Grammatical and spelling errors, inaccurate facts, fallacious arguments, and mistaken assumptions (I get especially angry when they concern me).

    I'm actually a real dick when it comes to correcting grammatical errors and inaccurate facts.

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    Hmmm... I'm not wholly surprised. I did mention that I test as an INTP slightly more often than I test as an ENTP (Like 19/20 close).

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    Well I saw no evidence of ENFP being here.
    ENTP matches fairly good.
    The ambivalence of values displayed would never have crossed an ENFPs mind, but makes perfect sense with Fe tert.

    I don't think we need to discuss the Ne/Si axis, the stress description seems fairly consistent with inf Si.

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    So, what differentiates a Ti dominant from an Ne dominant?

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    They tend to be more subdued in their choice of nicknames

    INTPs also tend to have less energy to interact with people, whereas ENTPs tend to enjoy them as soundboards. ENTPs tend to use more of a stream of consciousness type of way of communication, more free flowing, whereas an INTP tends to feel the need to make sure everything is logically and rationally sound. Think draft vs full fledged hypothesis in terms of what that would look like. ENTPs are still putting their theory together, and use other people to sound their 'draft' off of, while forming it, while an INTP will want to put together the theory themselves as far as completion as possible, before releasing it for 'peer review'.
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