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    Love my friend's INTJ core when it is in the jolly mode though...when he trusts me enough to reveal it...

    Now I am confused... is house an INTJ or ENTP?

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    NOooooo, take it back, TAKE IT BACK! WARNING, SHITSTORM INCOMING!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    NOooooo, take it back, TAKE IT BACK! WARNING, SHITSTORM INCOMING!
    Why, is that a controversial topic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yeghor View Post
    Why, is that a controversial topic?

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    Clearly, you have not seen the several archived What type is House threads
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amargith View Post
    Clearly, you have not seen the several archived What type is House threads
    Well given how he acts when Wilson complains to him in the car that he is dying and this time it's not about him (house), House is surely an INTJ at the core (inner self, shadow, anti-hero, opposing personality, whatever)...which implies that House's MBTI type is ENTP...i.e. his outside layer is ENTP but on the inside he's an INTJ...

    And MBTI tests type the outside (conscious) layer I believe...

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    @yeghor
    Again you re going to deep, relying too much on mbri not enough on metacontextual data.
    Its a tv show.
    House is an intj played by an entp. Or vice versa. Hence the fact that ppl keep fighting about wether he s entp or intj

    Infjs and their tiny Ti sho cute

    Its a two level/two part problem. You re trying to find a unified solution but made the assumption most people make (im not sure why frankly) that a tv show/movie is a closed system while its not. Its real people in the real world playing fake people in an imaginary universe and influenced by multiple factors such as the character
    Constraints(what the writer wants, what the actor creates/adds/their skillset, what the public wants to see as per ratings etc)
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    @yeghor
    Same thinking can be applied to mbti as a whole.
    Think of how it was created, what inspired it (jungian functions), how its tested (self assessment), what it tests (preferences..)
    Mbti in itself does not need deep knowledge of functions to be a useful tool, and as its not a hard science and just like most theories it breaks down when looking at the limits of the system (fine minutiae for example).
    Same applied to einsteinian relativity or quantum physics etc. Theories are tools, not truths. Its about usefulness rather than deep unified meaning
    Expression of the post modern paradox : "For the love of god, religions are so full of shit"

    Theory is always superseded by Fact...
    ... In theory.

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    "Great is the human who has not lost his childlike heart."
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    Quote Originally Posted by EcK View Post
    @yeghor
    Same thinking can be applied to mbti as a whole.
    Think of how it was created, what inspired it (jungian functions), how its tested (self assessment), what it tests (preferences..)
    Mbti in itself does not need deep knowledge of functions to be a useful tool, and as its not a hard science and just like most theories it breaks down when looking at the limits of the system (fine minutiae for example).
    Same applied to einsteinian relativity or quantum physics etc. Theories are tools, not truths. Its about usefulness rather than deep unified meaning
    To Ti perhaps...?

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    I think our inner self becomes exposed to reality when we are able to make ourselves vulnerable...among trusted friends...and the inner self can come out and take a breather...that's why it feels so blissful and good...

    And perhaps the more it can come out to feel and experience the world, the stronger it can get...Hence the path to a more developed\rounded personality...less fear of vulnerability...So the way to develop the shadow functions is to make oneself more vulnerable in safe environments...Perhaps relationships enable this...

    The inferior function would still need to be strengthened though...and it doesn't have too much room for development apperantly, unlike the shadow functions... Perhaps that's what Jung meant with the shadow being the apprentice work whereas the anima being the masterpiece...?

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