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    Default Objectivismís definition of consciousness and Socionic definition of intuition

    What is the difference between objectivismís definition of consciousness and the socionic definition of intuition?


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    I like the site that you created.

    I thought of the same thing earlier when I thought about intuition and consciousness, but mistakenly defined intuition as the ability to think in pictures and use foresight. Okay, I guess I can see how you are correct based on the definition you gave.

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