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    Quote Originally Posted by Nocapszy View Post
    Mine's all out of fuel.
    You can have the shell though.
    That will suffice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlueWing View Post
    The essence of a function does not change. Thinking remains Thinking, it never gets mystical, however it may appear mystical to others.

    I never argued that the essence of a function changes by its direction. Direction is an additional component to the function. What this means is Introverted Thinking is most easily stimulated by ideas that are abstract in nature (such as mathematics and philosophy), yet Extroverted Thinking is more easily stimulated by problems that are ostensible in the external world.

    Mystical logic is an oxymoron. Logic is completely objective. All of its procedures are always clearly outlined and are linear. As we have established earlier, Ti and Te are the same piece, therefore there is no reason to call Ti logic mystical.

    The difference between me and other Ti doms is simply that I am more comfortable voicing my thoughts than they are. Ti logic is deemed mystical by others because Tis often do not voice their thoughts in public as explicitly as Te doms.
    In the Jung excerpt, he makes Fi the more "mystical" one.
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    I think phoenix13 is an FJ of sorts, even though she has herself listed as an ENFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    I think phoenix13 is an FJ of sorts, even though she has herself listed as an ENFP.
    phoenix13 is ENFP, though unwise compared to the average thirty year old ENFP. Which I don't believe she is, as yet.

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    Since this is kind of relevant to the topic, I think the most common self mistyping is an introvert reporting as an extravert, and a feeler reporting as a thinker.

    Oh yeah, and as I mentioned in a previous thread, Uber is not an extravert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    phoenix13 is ENFP, though unwise compared to the average thirty year old ENFP. Which I don't believe she is, as yet.
    Phoenix13's reactions to my posts are very indicative of an FJ.
    Perhaps her P function is very soft or something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    Phoenix13's reactions to my posts are very indicative of an FJ.
    Perhaps her P function is very soft or something.
    She's far easier to deal with than CC, who is also ENFP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    She's far easier to deal with than CC, who is also ENFP.
    I don't think it's a matter of who is easier to deal with. I was just commenting on reactions, which are indicative of a certain thought process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edgar View Post
    I don't think it's a matter of who is easier to deal with. I was just commenting on reactions, which are indicative of a certain thought process.
    IT IS my assessment that the ENFJ will not even engage when confronted with such conflict as they have been, and have engaged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Flak View Post
    IT IS my assessment that the ENFJ will not even engage when confronted with such conflict as they have been, and have engaged.
    Alas, I haven't been witness to the conflict's in question, therefore I cannot comment.

    (edit: are you speaking in hypothetical or are you referencing previously occurred event?)

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