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    Might as well just flip a coin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    Might as well just flip a coin.
    Ok, how about this:

    1. food for its own sake, or
    2. book for its own sake.
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    I think an actually accurate and not stereotypical representation would likely be settled down to

    Explicate vs. Implicate information. Besides maybe eating to quench boredom might be an inferior sensation related thing? Who knows. It's not like food isn't addictive or anything.
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    can i say computer instead?
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    Quote Originally Posted by PimpinMcBoltage View Post
    I think an actually accurate and not stereotypical representation would likely be settled down to

    Explicate vs. Implicate information. Besides maybe eating to quench boredom might be an inferior sensation related thing? Who knows. It's not like food isn't addictive or anything.
    Over-thinking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady X View Post
    can i say computer instead?
    hahaha! best response
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Ok, how about this:

    1. food for its own sake, or
    2. book for its own sake.
    I like your idea of distilling down, and I think there's wisdom to it, and I do understand why you're using these. But at the same time, it's so easy to have someone deviate because of something unrelated to S/N. Both options could be interpreted via either process: food can be taken in on a near-purely Sensory basis, noting color and smell and shape and texture and name and components and quality and so on, but it can also easily be interpreted via iNtuition into fodder for evocation, distillation or recombination. Books, too, can be taken in focusing on the S qualities present, including illustrative detail, or through focusing on N implication. We commonly associate food - being a more pure manifestation of the concrete - more with Sensory intake and books - being composed of symbolic language - more with drawing out interpretation, but a person's non-MBTI preference for either could easily get in the way.

    1. Factual knowledge, or
    2. Potential symbology

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    I guess I could try eating the book when I'm done with it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal12345 View Post
    Over-thinking.
    Does not exist.
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    BOOK

    That was my gut answer.

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