- Mar 29, 2008
- MBTI Type
- Instinctual Variant
I'll have to read that more, but for now, that might be a good definition of Si, but the â€œfiltering withinâ€ can also be from the dominant introverted perspective. So you're still taking in the sensory data from the environment, but the actual awareness would still be coming from outside rather than an internal storehouse of factual data, and the internal filter would be a storehouse of what's assessed as good or bad. You mention â€œgive it subjective meaningâ€, and that sounds like it can be Fi. SiFe would draw from the internal storehouse the factual data pertaining to what the environment deems good or bad (giving it objective meaning).
This is where this correlation has had the most trouble. As I've said, INTP's usually end up coming out as Melancholy and Phlegmatic, even though I believe the Keirsey temperament correspond to Choleric. The introversion restrains the characteristic aggressiveness of the Choleric, and the NP further softens it.So...
Inclusion: Melancholy Phlegmatic
Control: Melancholy Phlegmatic
Not really sure what this means tbqh. Except that I'm likely Melancholy overall?
INFP full Supine; perfect match!Interesting, I think I am:
Inclusion: Supine Compulsive
Affection: Supine Phlegmatic
Control: Supine Phlegmatic