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    Quote Originally Posted by hurl3y4456 View Post
    Well, I appreciate your input...My Mom is an esfp (high se) and she is extremely attuned to her surroundings and picks up on minute details. She was very impatient when I showed her some Math Equation that I created, and would rather enjoy a movie. One of my friends (istp) is exceptional in regards to picking up on other's mannerisms, which is Se related. Higher Se users will seek novelty in the external environment (seek new foods, places, life's pleasures, exc) whereas higher Ne users will seek novelty in regards to imagined scenarios/theories. So, it should logically follow that an Se user would often explore the outer world or seek some form of sensory pleasure (movies, video games, exc). In this aspect, I don't relate to Se at all. But, you could also conjecture that an unhealthy ISTP might be reclusive and use their Se dis-proportionally....implying that Se may be repressed in this case.

    Speculating or generating a new theory to explain a phenomena without facts corresponds to lower Si usage since Si requires past association/facts/evidence to explain the current situation. In fact, inferior Si often manifests as a reluctance to utilize facts to back up a claim and instead relying on patterns to infer results. ISTP's utilize Se, so it will follow that their speculations will relate to a sensory experience coupled with Ni to project into the future.
    No problem. I wish you good luck to settling on a type.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kittenke View Post
    No problem! Yeah I thought T for you because you sound really detached, not "feely" at all. What in particular made it hard for you to decide on T/F, if I can ask?
    A lot of it comes from me being a very agreeable person and somewhat sympathetic. I know it's a stereotype, however low Fe users (or I guess those with a fairly strong T presence) in general are typically fairly brash and blunt in a way that offends people at times without the TP type actually realizing they've offended people and I don't really have this issue at all. I definitely could have the potential for this issue I guess, because my sense of humor would probably be more degrading if people took me seriously with it, but I'm fairly considerate of others and typically adapt to meet others needs. It could be due to my family being strongly on the reactive/sensitive side of things (and I've been told by others too I guess that they believe this does contribute to my excessive formality and agreeableness), but idk. I'm definitely not naturally attentive or warm and my empathy isn't always super obvious, but I do go out of my way too try and see this as something that's important.

    Also if you're familiar with the mbti step 2 facets, I tend to score dead-ish center on the T vs F facet


    I'm not sure what your comment on Ti being technical on its own is referring to...?
    Ah sorry, I probably could've worded that better. Ti is technical in the sense that it's precision seeking. It seeks accuracy in it's systems and definitions. The focus on the detail of these definitions is probably related to whether or not Se or Ne is present though and to what degree. Since Ti tends to adapt often definition wise, I'm assuming it's somewhat general or assumptive at least?


    Hmmmmm ok I think all this sounds really Ti, lol. The logical systems ignoring facts.

    If your judgment is more accurate with non-human information, that would further confirm T type for you.
    Ah ok, that makes sense, thank you again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hurl3y4456 View Post
    Well, I appreciate your input...My Mom is an esfp (high se) and she is extremely attuned to her surroundings and picks up on minute details. She was very impatient when I showed her some Math Equation that I created, and would rather enjoy a movie. One of my friends (istp) is exceptional in regards to picking up on other's mannerisms, which is Se related. Higher Se users will seek novelty in the external environment (seek new foods, places, life's pleasures, exc) whereas higher Ne users will seek novelty in regards to imagined scenarios/theories. So, it should logically follow that an Se user would often explore the outer world or seek some form of sensory pleasure (movies, video games, exc). In this aspect, I don't relate to Se at all. But, you could also conjecture that an unhealthy ISTP might be reclusive and use their Se dis-proportionally....implying that Se may be repressed in this case.

    Speculating or generating a new theory to explain a phenomena without facts corresponds to lower Si usage since Si requires past association/facts/evidence to explain the current situation. Generating hypothetical's not tied to reality corresponds to Ne, due to an outward projection that transcends the senses. An Se user could elicit the same hypothetical, but they would be reliant on sensory stimulation to initiate, and the projection wouldn't go well beyond real space. There are a lot of misconceptions relating to intuition and sensing....We each use both skills, however, intuitive's spend more time within imaginary space (inferences not so dependent on real time). Also, inferior Si often manifests as a reluctance to utilize facts to back up a claim and instead relying on patterns to infer results. ISTP's utilize Se, so it will follow that their speculations will relate to a sensory experience coupled with Ni to project into the future.
    I was reading some of your earlier stuff on this thread on there. I'd thought it'd be worth noting that I have an ESTP friend who is also very exceptional at math and will with ease create equations to solve problems such as what you've mentioned. Ti as a function can be pretty theoretical in general even when it's not placed with Ne. What you describe here has much to do with interests and problem solving ability/intellect.

    Still, what you just entailed sounded pretty Ne to me and, dichtometry wise, you seem more strongly on the N side of things. Ni isn't the only function that necessarily focuses on predictive analysis anyhow. Based on this alone, ISTP doesn't really sound like it'd be a good fit for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RooibosKrayfish View Post
    I was reading some of your earlier stuff on this thread on there. I'd thought it'd be worth noting that I have an ESTP friend who is also very exceptional at math and will with ease create equations to solve problems such as what you've mentioned. Ti as a function can be pretty theoretical in general even when it's not placed with Ne. What you describe here has much to do with interests and problem solving ability/intellect.

    Still, what you just entailed sounded pretty Ne to me and, dichtometry wise, you seem more strongly on the N side of things. Ni isn't the only function that necessarily focuses on predictive analysis anyhow. Based on this alone, ISTP doesn't really sound like it'd be a good fit for you.
    I appreciate your input. It would make sense that Se coupled with Ti could readily manipulate incoming sensory information and construct it appropriately within the system...So yes, an ESTP could easily be equipped for Mathematics and novel in their solutions. Se and Ne are both Novel seekers, however, Se users will often derive fulfillment from the aesthetic viewpoint whereas Ne users will derive fulfillment from an idea not necessarily connected to reality. I do believe that I exhibit Fe within my stack since I am sensitive to negative energy/emotions. I also have bursts of childlike emotion (relating to humor/ occasional outbursts). I also readily/excitedly share my ideas (research related) to other people, which is not so typical for INTP's who first need to deconstruct the ideas precisely.

    Also, considering you most likely have inferior Fe, there will be a drive/need to help others...Yet lower Fe implies that you will not be confidently able to manipulate change the emotions in a positive manner, so the approach to problems will be driven by Ti. With Ti, there is a time lag in response to external stimulus.....So, there is a lower likelihood of hurting others given that Fe is conditioned (by analyzing others and immersing in conversation more frequently--->adaptation). I have insulted/hurt a few people with my jokes, but I came to the realization at a later period and definitely felt bad for doing so (this is a learning process)....I tend to joke around more freely with people I enjoy associating with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RadicalDoubt View Post
    A lot of it comes from me being a very agreeable person and somewhat sympathetic. I know it's a stereotype, however low Fe users (or I guess those with a fairly strong T presence) in general are typically fairly brash and blunt in a way that offends people at times without the TP type actually realizing they've offended people and I don't really have this issue at all. I definitely could have the potential for this issue I guess, because my sense of humor would probably be more degrading if people took me seriously with it, but I'm fairly considerate of others and typically adapt to meet others needs. It could be due to my family being strongly on the reactive/sensitive side of things (and I've been told by others too I guess that they believe this does contribute to my excessive formality and agreeableness), but idk. I'm definitely not naturally attentive or warm and my empathy isn't always super obvious, but I do go out of my way too try and see this as something that's important.

    Also if you're familiar with the mbti step 2 facets, I tend to score dead-ish center on the T vs F facet
    Hmm, I see. I think you sound like a Thinking type that tries to pay attention to the feelz too even if it does not come to them in a natural easy way


    Ah sorry, I probably could've worded that better. Ti is technical in the sense that it's precision seeking. It seeks accuracy in it's systems and definitions. The focus on the detail of these definitions is probably related to whether or not Se or Ne is present though and to what degree. Since Ti tends to adapt often definition wise, I'm assuming it's somewhat general or assumptive at least?
    Yes that's what I meant by Ti generalising. I agree that Ti with Intuition would generalise concepts even more though, yes.


    Ah ok, that makes sense, thank you again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by RadicalDoubt View Post
    I was reading some of your earlier stuff on this thread on there. I'd thought it'd be worth noting that I have an ESTP friend who is also very exceptional at math and will with ease create equations to solve problems such as what you've mentioned. Ti as a function can be pretty theoretical in general even when it's not placed with Ne. What you describe here has much to do with interests and problem solving ability/intellect.

    Still, what you just entailed sounded pretty Ne to me and, dichtometry wise, you seem more strongly on the N side of things. Ni isn't the only function that necessarily focuses on predictive analysis anyhow. Based on this alone, ISTP doesn't really sound like it'd be a good fit for you.
    I'll add I could've been wrong on the Ni yeah.

    And btw I'm definitely ST and I was very good at maths in school, I was sent to competitions and stuff. I was good enough that I even applied to major in theoretical mathematics for my university studies and I was accepted for the studies - simply because I had no better idea when I was 18 lol, but then I had a little time to look inside myself a bit more and I did realise I didn't have enough motivation to actually pour in the energy enough to excel enough doing it as a job for the rest of my life so I quit pretty fast. I mean I could have done it but I wanted to actually have more achievement than just doing it in whatever way I can.

    But even later, INTP friend liked how I could solve his maths problems he liked to give to people as a challenge... I mean I would solve his challenges, until I just sort of stopped caring enough lol. I.e. I was able to do it but again I just was not interested in these things as much as he would be. It is so weird, really, because I would get fascinated a bit too like he would but then I would soon feel it was too much for me. And I don't even like to admit this, that I just "stop caring" at a point because it also remains fascinating, so I care still in a way, just not enough drive for me in it. Maybe that is where type preference comes into it. It's kind of... too abstract and dry without enough rewards. I'd do it more if I had some real goal with it beyond just talking with the INTP friend. But then like I said, the "maths career" as a goal would also not have been good for me, I mean other kinds of goals that would otherwise already motivate me.
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