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    @Alea_iacta_est

    Assuming I interpreted you correctly, I'd pick the first.
    I'm more the type who's "I like this, but I don't like that" - But on the same time I from time to time try to understand the feelings aswell, as in "This is ..." "That is ..."
    But my default mode is definently the first.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gladius View Post
    @Alea_iacta_est

    Assuming I interpreted you correctly, I'd pick the first.
    I'm more the type who's "I like this, but I don't like that" - But on the same time I from time to time try to understand the feelings aswell, as in "This is ..." "That is ..."
    But my default mode is definently the first.
    The act of treating emotions and feelings as something that cannot be separate from the self is according to Socionics. Trying to understand the feelings is the action of the Introverted Rational part of the element, you are first perceiving the static qualities of a situations ( probably) and your internal reactions to them, and then you attempt to make sense of your own reactions to adequately build an ethical model of like-dislike, good-evil, etc.

    types instead treat emotions and feelings as independent from the self. A situation can be happy (not from internal projection but from its own intrinsic actions) by itself. A situation can be cheerful and pleasant in the same way that a wheel is something that is round or in the same way a dog is a mammal.

    types generally try to categorize things according to their own reactions to them so that they can be applied to reality.
    types generally try to influence situations to transform environments from one state to another in a gradual pace.
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    The act of treating emotions and feelings as something that cannot be separate from the self is according to Socionics. Trying to understand the feelings is the action of the Introverted Rational part of the element, you are first perceiving the static qualities of a situations ( probably) and your internal reactions to them, and then you attempt to make sense of your own reactions to adequately build an ethical model of like-dislike, good-evil, etc.
    Definently.
    Last edited by Gladius; 11-24-2014 at 09:03 AM.

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    Any new thoughts on this? I've been given quite a lot of different opinions, all with their own good reasons as to why it's best fit.
    But I've yet to decide on my type, hm...

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    I think you're an INFP. General descriptions are exactly what their name suggests them to be - general - so you can't always see every single INFP's traits in a general description. Some are confident, some aren't. Some have a more logical standpoint, others take an idealistic approach. You mentioned Te, and Te tends to have this logical feel to it, it doesn't consider things that wouldn't "work out".

    This isn't true in all cases, but from experience I've noticed feelers can be good with more artistic subjects, like language arts or history. My brother is an INFP and he really values knowledge and can cram a lot of information into his head, so that's not a trait limited to NTs.
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    Sup. 5w6 INFP here. I really have nothing more to say, other than yes. :P

    And yeah, my Se is low. The only reasons I do things with my body are as follows:

    1. Learn a skill.
    2. Follow instructions. Something I do not like.
    3. Explain a thought to someone else.
    4. Emotions making me want to do something. I half ignore these. Sometimes I'll skip lunch, sometimes I'll binge eat, sometimes I'll be normal.
    5. To pass time. This includes what I do for fun, video games.

    Most often, I'll try and make these things all overlap. But ALL of these things are to appease my emotions. Probably sound like INTP here.
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    @lil_Red @Alomoes

    Thanks for replying!

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    You are welcome.

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    You're welcome

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    THIS IS SOLELY BASED OFF YOUR DESCRIPTION.

    I …dislike the general Science, such as Physics, Chemistry and Math. Let’s compare Physics, Chemistry and Math for a second with a car. When you press the pedal, what happens? What I want to know is the following: It moves. What Physics, Chemistry, Math and the likings what to know is why it moves. What is it connected to? I don't care about that, I want the facts why it moves, not the reasons why it moves which are on a more deeper level. Therefore, hard-science is clearly a weakness of mine. But, I'm not uncapable of doing it. In fact although I judge it as a weakness of mine, I usually score a B in Math. It's just that I prefer doing it by a step-by-step method[/B] such as Step 1: do X, Step 2: Do Y.

    This entire paragraph screams Te. You want to seek practical knowledge versus theoretical knowledge. Step by step method? Te.

    I'm very self-absorbed, in fact I at times consider myself the midpoint of the world.
    I've strong values that I hold onto, some related to my faith while others' come elsewhere.


    Fi user.

    I do not like conflicts, especially physical conflicts. But although I said I don't like conflicts, I'm very good at arguing if it comes down to it and may even verbally find the critical spots.

    This shows you are an Si user. Se users generally don’t mind getting into a physical fight and take risks. Also, the fact that you’re good at arguing verbally may be an indication of Te.

    If I hear something like "Hey, do you know XXXX did that and that... How could he?" I personally don't care. I may find it curious to discover more about it if it interested me, but I personally don't care at all as long as it has nothing to do with me. Another example would be that if someone does something, and people asks "Why are you playing that... why are you eating / drinking that....?" I don't care, in fact I try to figure out why those people feel the need to critisize someone elses behaviour to begin with when it has nothing to do with them at all.
    One could also say that I'm “Social Rebelling” by not dressing appropriate. Excluding the weekend parties with alcohole etc (I never visit them, and I never will) but instead the more "School christmas parties" - Everyone dress up greatly and I just come like it wouldn't be anything remarkable with such a day.


    Fi. You hate the fact that people are trying to box you in with their ridiculous social customs. You have an “us vs them” attitude and values people as individuals first and social groups later.

    So far your functions are: Fi Te Si Ne. This means you’re either INFP,ENFP, ISTJ, or ESTJ

    Your Ne (curiosity, how did I get from giraffes to rocks?) is what is making you indecisive. You believe that it is this curiosity that may make you an INTP. Trust me, it doesn’t. Both INTP and INFP share the Si/Ne axis. Both are extremely curious . Ne adds to your uncertainty by saying “Maybe you're missing something…are you sure you are an INFP?”

    I did a quick scan and you seem to talk about your values a lot, you also seem unsocial, but not excessively so. I’d say you are and INFP or and ISTJ.

    Sticking to the religion you were born in is something SJs tend to do. NFs tend to explore other religions before committing to one. TJs tend to not care what others think of them.

    I’d say you’re an ISTJ.
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