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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    Actually I don't think of specific interpretations in those cases. That would be too much mental work and not only that but I'm usually disinterested in trying to conjure up ideas of interpretations.

    What I have is a vague feeling of "shit, this can have several interpretations", it feels too ambiguous to me, and so I ask to clarify. And so I get annoying sometimes with that habit. But I can't stand ambiguous stuff.

    Where I can be good with seeing the alternative is when I pick apart an argument by pointing out how it's wrong, that is, pointing out the alternative lol. Though I am usually convinced that this alternative is the correct one. But yes I am good with that, seeing how something is wrong

    When I don't know something, then I will ask and I'm not afraid to ask a lot if need to.




    Aye relevant in terms of how I hated the ambiguity. My native language is not English so that maybe didn't help.




    Oh? I didn't notice any contrariness. I actually thought I was getting along pretty well with you in terms of conversing without too much problem, at least I did not perceive any real problem on my end. I did notice of course that we did not think alike but that to me isn't a problem.

    No opinion on semi-duality though.
    Your "pointing out of the alternative" might be a symptom of Ne's objective angles. Ne allows you to see the different ways an argument can be interpreted and allows you to always see the opposing viewpoint.

    On the point of Contrary, it isn't necessarily a bad thing, it just keeps me wary.

    Interestingly, your arguing style reminds me of an extroverted and much more tolerable version of @Orange Fusion's (INTP), thankfully she isn't around anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    So the problem with detachment is just that I don't always want to be detached and emotionless. But then who does? Only those "robotic" people eh?


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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post


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    Oh, who cares.
    Sure wish I could. Would improve my life by a longshot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alea_iacta_est View Post
    Your "pointing out of the alternative" might be a symptom of Ne's objective angles. Ne allows you to see the different ways an argument can be interpreted and allows you to always see the opposing viewpoint.
    But it feels like this sort of "Ne" cannot come out on its own, only if Ti can coax it out of wherever. If that makes sense.

    Also... Afaik, Ne types (the xxNP's) are fine with seeing and accepting several viewpoints at once. I do not do that.

    I don't always see the opposing viewpoint either, when I'm convinced of an opinion of mine, I certainly don't easily see the alternatives.


    On the point of Contrary, it isn't necessarily a bad thing, it just keeps me wary.
    I thought it had to be a symmetrical relationship? Because it doesn't keep me wary


    Interestingly, your arguing style reminds me of an extroverted and much more tolerable version of @Orange Fusion's (INTP), thankfully she isn't around anymore.
    Well I'm going to have to take that as a compliment then, lol.


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    Did I offend you? Sorry I didn't intend to. I guess it was the part about "robotic" people. I do know some people who type as INTx and they seem to be genuinely fine with being "robotic". I don't relate to that and I guess most people don't either and that's what I meant; Otoh I was not trying to disparage them or anything. I like spending time with quite some of these people.

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    I'm fine. I was joking.

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    Out of curiosity, which type do you think you are? You have yet to disclose your own agenda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digesthisickness View Post
    I'm fine. I was joking.

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    Haaah, okay. :p


    Quote Originally Posted by Alea_iacta_est View Post
    Out of curiosity, which type do you think you are? You have yet to disclose your own agenda.
    Meh my agenda is making sense of my distinctly different "modes".

    If a gun was held to my head I would pick ESTP or wait, no, ISTP, wait, no, ESTP. Then I can only hope the person who held the gun didn't lose their patience before I get to finish that sentence. ;p

    The other types you can see in my profile are just things others suggested but I'd need a lot more convincing to see myself as any of those.

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    @valaki whats your response to: America is a country that has a class of pussies leading it as their leaders?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OptoGypsy View Post
    whats your response to: America is a country that has a class of pussies leading it as their leaders?
    Eh :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by valaki View Post
    Eh :P
    ... whats your opinion of the way society is in America?

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