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    Default Concise examples of PoLR

    I understand the "essence" of vulnerability (and the three main dichotomies that define the other function spaces) as well as the 8 IMEs but I do not clearly see how the PoLR is supposed to manifest behavior-wise.

    Thinking of :Ti: PoLR: "Isn't adept at creating and abiding coherent logical processes" is one thing but how does one look and listen to an individual and tease out these specific biases? Or do they have to be expressed directly? How do you bridge the gap between theory and application here?

    This could really be applied to all of the functions but the PoLR is most interesting to me at the moment. :)
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    For Ti polr, it can manifest as a lack of logical consistency. You can spot it in an argument for example... IEEs and SEEs have trouble figuring out their own standpoints, they avoid arguments unless they feel like they have enough information. Even in an argument they tend to negate their own statements without being aware of doing so and they might bounce from one logical statement to another ignoring the logical differences. Their arguments might seem as poor or shallow without applying the real analytical skills into them.
    Some might try to talk about things they have no idea about believing that they can make sense of it by their own abilities. They have trouble following step by step logical processes and arguments.
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    Thanks, @Inis Mona.

    Do you have any ideas for how the other PoLR's manifest?

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    I think my restlessness could be a manifestation of Si PoLR. I absolutely hate waiting or doing nothing. I don't like water breaks and timeouts. Essentially, I devalue relaxation and comfort. I should always be occupied by something, doing something productive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Urarienev View Post
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    you're welcome
    This...is exactly what I was looking for!

    Thread is dead, y'all. No further posting required.

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    Fe PoLR: "this is how I see [moral] things. Others disagree, so they're wrong."
    Either infp or istj.

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    Quote Originally Posted by agentwashington View Post
    Fe PoLR: "this is how I see [moral] things. Others disagree, so they're wrong."
    For me it's either
    "Whatever who needs morality when you can use the system to your advantage, and only care when people hurt your own self."
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    "If you are *insert moral atrocity here* then you should kill yourself!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
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