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    Quote Originally Posted by agentwashington View Post
    Broad generalizing views are easy as shit. Si does that too, but the basis of both Ni and Si are different.
    Logic, feeling, ethics, they all seem 'easy-as-shit' to me as well. But Sensing is not easy for a sensory-inferior. What you need to do is describe the basis of N/S you're referring to then, because that comment is vapid. Or give us a quality link to your information.

    An Si primary type is described as N inferior, so unless they're mistyped based on MBTI's J/P issue, they're going to see the trees far more than the forest. That's what N-inferior is. An ISTP not as much, as N and S are more equal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dashy CVII View Post
    they're going to see the trees far more than the forest. That's what N-inferior is.
    That's the problem I consistently encountered with an ESTP. All of my ideas had to be subjected to his understanding before he would ever accept them. That was really frustrating.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dashy CVII View Post
    Logic, feeling, ethics, they all seem easy-as-shit to me as well. But Sensing is not easy for a sensory-inferior. What you need to do is describe the basis of N/S you're referring to then, because that comment is vapid. Or give us a quality link to your information.

    An Si primary type is described as N inferior, so unless they're mistyped based on MBTI's J/P issue, they're going to see the trees far more than the forest. That's what N-inferior is. An ISTP not as much, as N and S are more equal.
    ... Ne inferior...
    I find it incredibly stupid that you don't even differentiate between the two while going on as if you know anything about the subject. But do continue.
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    Providing inferred narratives, like one's perspective on Ni vs Ne, would in my estimation be a good use for signatures.
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