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    INFJ.

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    I thought INFJ....Still do, I suppose.

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    sounds to me like you're an INFJ who's been hanging around here too long

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    ^heh maybe

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    Seems INTP (favoring logic) to me as well.
    Considering you used to go by INTP; what made you change over again?
    I also don't recognise the Ni use. The biggest experience I had with Ni is an online conflict with someone for whom it was overdominating. (Used it to speak for other people, justify their own bad behavior, and then becoming a martyr). So I know what that looks like, but I'm not sure what average everyday use of it looks like in people's writing. So the ability to debate type theory like you do I have come to associate with Ti+Ne.

    If you do have good Ni use, then ISTP will have both Ti and Ni also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric B View Post
    Seems INTP (favoring logic) to me as well.
    Considering you used to go by INTP; what made you change over again
    I use Fe too much, and I seem to be an Ni user over Ne.

    I still believe I'm INFJ. All Ts in my immediate family, though, which made me develop Ti much more than most.

    Two functions are never enough to explain behavior, anyway. When some people think INFJ, they think Ni+Fe+some bullshit. Many people want to believe that T and F is this huge distinction between people, but it really isn't, except in severe cases.

    Most people cluster around the middle somewhere.

    It's sort of like p implies q doesn't mean q implies p. T implies good with logic, but good with logic doesn't necessarily imply T.

    Good to hear I could pass as INTP, though, considering the image people have of INTPs

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    I don't really see any similarity of behavior between you and the other active INFJ's on this board, so I would be inclined to say that you are more INTP. Your Fe, too, is a lot of the time completely undetectable in your forum behavior. What this says about how you typically behave in RL is uncertain, though.

    And yes, I know I'm using the T/F divide (without clearly knowing the distinction, though it's easier between Ti and Fe than with Ti and Fi), but I don't know how to recognize Ni accurately, so I have to go with what I know.
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    IRL a few of my friends call me "Evan-bot" because I'm so obsessed with logic and systems and computer science and reductionism/determinism, yadda yadda.

    I still navigate the world through Fe, though. It halts me from doing a lot of talking. Not that I've logically concluded that strategy is good, but that I literally feel the people around me and their emotional capacities incredibly much, to a paralyzing point. Conflict kills me (although I'm incredibly good at solving it) -- I can't function unless everyone's in a good mood. I also feel obligated to solve any potential discomfort in conversations I'm watching. I intuitively understand what people are talking about, and often serve as a "translator" from one perspective to another (much more of an Ni thing).

    I can always see exactly why people are disagreeing, who's being hurt, etc.

    Yeah. I just think I'm INFJ with very strong Ti -- stronger than most ETPs I've ever met (which was a coping mechanism I developed early to deal with my crazy mom).

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    Quote Originally Posted by dissonance View Post
    but I've been called an INTP so many times...
    So have I.

    I'm convinced I'm correct about my type.




    Err... I guess it isn't all that obvious, but I was making a metaphorical point.
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    Dissonance : Nocapszy :: INFJ : EMTP

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