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    The "most energy" part was misleading, I think. Whatever's natural.

    Most people get energy from physical or activities involving the senses because it makes one feel more in-tuned with the world and fulfills a few human needs.

    A problem with typology is you get people trying to fit some phenomena unrelated to it, into the framework.

    Enjoying sensory activities doesn't make one a sensor, just a normal and healthy human being.

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    Yeah I'm an ENTP I do look at things through the big picture then the details i.e When i'm walking in a Forrest I notice the beauty of the scenery around me first then the trees themselves, and I look at how things can be fixed/improved such as the government, and theorize on random things such as how America would need to change before there is flying cars and the business behind it and I find the ENTPs in show business relatable i.e Jon Stewart, Bill Maher, and Stephen Colbert.

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    Synthesist: NTP's, NF's SP's
    Idealist:NF's, SF's, NT's
    Pragmatist: NT's, NF's
    Anaylst: NT's, SJ's
    Realist: SP's, SJ's
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    Quote Originally Posted by OptoGypsy View Post
    What types are grouped with
    Synthesist:
    Idealist:
    Pragmatist:
    Anaylst:
    Realist:
    I don't believe there's a proper answer to that question. I'm an INTP and an Idealist-Analyst.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OptoGypsy View Post
    Synthesist: NTP's, NF's SP's
    Idealist:NF's, SF's
    Pragmatist: NT's, NF's
    Anaylst: NT's, SJ's
    Realist: SP's, SJ's
    Something like that...
    "Everyone has a plan till they get punched in the mouth." Mike Tyson
    “Culture?” says Paul McCartney. “This isn't culture. It's just a good laugh.”

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    I think Se>Ne.

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    Why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OptoGypsy View Post
    Why?
    The way you go about describing your experiences and preferences doesn't strike me as dominant Ne for whatever reason. It all feels..static, and literal.

    Where's the humor, the tangents, the detached, ironic perspective of the human experience beyond whats immediately occurring?

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    Being called Static is a new one I am usually in control of the conversations I'm having but I do make random connections in my daily speech and formulating what needs to happen before humanity can achieve something. My friends do say that I am the weird "different" one in the group. I'm definitely not literal in my everyday speech but I do take things others say in face value when it's one on one but when I'm listening to a speaker I'm always questioning them and coming up with the What ifs... in group discussions to get people thinking about the topic in a deeper level. Improvisation is my jam and my humor is a mix of Ne and Se. I'm a synthesist-pragmatist thinker
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    The functions are bad at representing reality.

    Case in point: the above.

    Either use a fluid paradigm with the functions, or use the letters. I recommend the latter simply because it actually works better, similar to the Big Five.

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