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07262007, 04:28 PM #21
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07262007, 06:00 PM #22
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NFTS = iNfj, iNfp, eNfp, eNfj
FNST = inFp, inFj, enFj, enFp
NTFS = iNtj, iNtp, eNtp, eNtj
TNSF = inTp, enTj, inTj, enTp
SFTN = iSfj, eSfp, iSfp, eSfj
TSNF = isTp, esTj, isTj, esTp
STFN = iStj, eStp, iStp, eStj
FSNT = isFp, esFj, isFj, esFp

07272007, 12:15 AM #23
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FNTS ?"In the depth of winter, I finally learned that within me there lay one invincible summer."
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07272007, 01:06 PM #24

07272007, 02:57 PM #25

07282007, 02:23 AM #26

07282007, 09:48 AM #27
E/I not included?
The dichotomy of E is J and P.
You do not have the one without the other.
Should x1 be P
y1 is J.
Hence x2 is I and y2 is E.
Is y the only boundary of S?
No; we have a second boundary.
Is x the only boundary of N?
No; we have a second boundary.
What is the relationship of the second boundary of S to the first boundary of N?
What is the relationship of the first boundary of S to the second boundary of N?
What is the relationship of the first boundary of S to the first boundary of N?
What is the relationship of the second boundary of S to the second boundary of N?
What is the relationship of the first boundary of F to the second boundary of T?
What is the relationship of the second boundary of F to the first boundary of T?
What is the relationship of the first boundary of F to the first boundary of T?
What is the relationship of the second boundary of F to the second boundary of T?
What is the relationship of the first boundary of x1 to the second boundary of y1?
What is the relationship of the second boundary of x1 to the first boundary of y1?
What is the relationship of the first boundary of x1 to the first boundary of y1?
What is the relationship of the second boundary of x1 to the second boundary of y1?

07282007, 10:06 AM #28
Do you find a match?
No. It is only one look of the table.
Do you find a match if you switch the table around?
No. Then it is again only one look of the table.
When do you find the match?

07292007, 01:00 AM #29
OK. Let us find the match.
x1>N = NFTS. It reads Ne Fi Te Si hence ENFP. The zero does not count. The number is 01278.
N>x1 = NFTS. It is not ENFP. Look at the coordinate. Hence the position of zero = the moment of initiation is always ahead of the primary function.
The number is 21087 = Fi Ne Si Te = INFP. Paradoxically, zero is not in the middle = it is never a middle point. Therefore nothing is changed. Ne Fi Te Si reads 01278 and 21087. ENFP and INFP respectively.

07292007, 02:24 AM #30
Now we know E/I is reflected in the sequence of the function in the unit. Zero never changes position hence x1>N = ENFP and N>x1 = INFP.
Is x1 then E?
No. It is a dichotomy of E.
x1>F = FNST = Fe Ni Se Ti = ENFJ = 01278.
F>x1 = FNST = 21087 = Ni Fe Ti Se = INFJ.
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