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    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Lavender View Post
    First of all it would probably be a Dom perceving type since that would mean balanced thinking and feeling meaning that nether thinking or feeling are inferior. Then E type plays a part as some will make one look more T or F like for instance an ENTP 269 will probably be a very Fish version while an ISFJ 531 will look very Tish.
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    Most thinking feeler would be INFP
    Most feeling thinker would be ESTJ

    Based on Jung and personal experience.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quick View Post
    Most thinking feeler would be INFP
    Most feeling thinker would be ESTJ

    Based on Jung and personal experience.
    "Based on Jung"
    like...what he said himself? source on that please?

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    Going by experience, I'd say INFJ for the most thinker-y and ENTP for the most feeler-y. I think it depends on a lot of things though. You could argue that ESTP is just as feely as ENTP because they both have tertiary Fe, but it doesn't feel that way to me. Somehow, the Fi polr in ESTPs seems more obvious than it is in ENTPs. I suppose it's the Se domness, and the beta quadra. Ne/Si valuers do seem to have a more "fluid" vibe to me, and ENTP is alpha so it'd make sense they'd present more feeler-esque in hopes of a more lighthearted environment. I've noticed this in ISFJs too-INFJs I claimed as the most thinker-y feelers and it's easy to mistake them for INTJs to me but ISFJs I don't have a problem with mistaking them for ISTJs. Besides them being alphas, my theory is that Si seems to work better with Fe in the efforts of creating a cozy environment, while Ni-Ti often work so well together making someone really analytical and causing some people to seem like they skip over their functions. And speaking of ISTJs, I'd put them after ENTPs. ISTJs are really easy to spot for me and I don't mistake them for feelers, but the combination of delta, a rather particular and brooding quadra combined with tertiary Fi and just pure introversion make them seem rather feeler-y to me.
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    I think enneatype plays into this quite a bit.

    I would say INFJ and INFP 5s are the “thinkiest” feelers.

    INTJ 4s are probably the “feeliest” thinkers.

    Objective Personality might also explain. NeFe and SeFe EXTPs will probably be more “feely” than NeTi and SeTi EXTPs. NiTi INFJs may seem “thinkier”. Just to name some examples. Any type with dual judging (EXXP, IXXJ) may be more difficult to distinguish as they might bounce back and forth between the T and F functions

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