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    Detectives tend to be Te. They need to be. Ti is of secondary or no importance to them.

    It is the who, what, where, why, how of any situation. Most of the best detectives are LSEs. LIEs make better lawyers. Arguably, LSIs make even better ones.
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    Tonight I realized that the show 24 is pretty much the writers demonstrating how they feel Te is superior to Ti.
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    "Brilliant deduction, Watson."

    Both, but I'd say the focus is on Te.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra
    LIEs make better lawyers. Arguably, LSIs make even better ones.
    Not my experience. LSIs are introverts, so they aren't particularly good at crowd enticing. I think LSIs make good commercial lawyers, though.
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    Yeah, LSIs aren't obviously the best trial-by-jury lawyers. Those would be ENFjs. LSIs would be more like the commercial and industrial lawyers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat
    Yeah, LSIs aren't obviously the best trial-by-jury lawyers. Those would be ENFjs.
    Definitely. But that's in America. In the UK, it's more fair. You don't please the crowd - you present the facts. This is where LSEs and LIEs make the best barristers. What's it like in Belgium/Germany, Expat, and in Italy, FDG?
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    On the various CSIs, there is always at least one character who has 'emotional' attachments to the dead, or seeks to 'get the bastard who dis this' - so detective shows are obviously not just and . Also, quite a lot of shows have characters who just 'know' something, often implausibly .

    This guy is prolly a INTp (Monk):

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    I would say both deductive and inductive reasoning is used - if every piece of evidence was inconvertible, it wouldn't allow for a plot twist near the end , or for the protaganist to exonerate someone who everyone else believes is guilty from surface appearances etc.
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    I thought Monk was an SLI. ?

    Part of his thing is all the little things he notices... he has this amazing attention to detail. He's very observant of his physical surroundings. I thought that was an S (Si) "power." I kind of thought ST people might make better detectives anyway, because of that sort of attention to detail... the focus... the powers of observation...

    Granted, sometimes, when the answer just "hits" him, then that seems like Ni... But even then... some little detail of something he saw flashes into his mind...

    Edit: The SLI has Ni as its 3rd function... I am so much happier about that since I got confused and thought it was the 4th.

    I still thought SLI.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loki
    I thought Monk was an SLI. ?

    Part of his thing is all the little things he notices... he has this amazing attention to detail. He's very observant of his physical surroundings. I thought that was an S (Si) "power." I kind of thought ST people might make better detectives anyway, because of that sort of attention to detail... the focus... the powers of observation...

    Granted, sometimes, when the answer just "hits" him, then that seems like Ni... But even then... some little detail of something he saw flashes into his mind...

    Ugh. The SLI has Ni as its fourth function. Hmm...

    I still thought SLI.
    Yeah - its definitely possible - he's one of the two .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ezra
    LIEs make better lawyers. Arguably, LSIs make even better ones.
    doubtful. Maybe at a desk job like with detailed work, but arguing a case (in front of people) I would definitely say LIE. I would also say NT's are typically better lawyers than ST's because they have better analytical skills, i.e. NT thinking is geared towards conceptually analyzing from various points of view and striking the crux of an issue while ST seems more factual, albeit analytical.

    and for the t.v. thing, I said Te. Not that Ti isn't involved - Reed from criminal minds is a perfect example of this, he's ILE. But the typical detective show conjures an image of an LSE. 'Follow leads, just do it, get the facts' type of thing.

    and I think monk is just observant of the details because he's anal retentive. I'm in tune with sounds at dinner - they're disgusting.
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    I LOVE detective shows ... but I have always thought they dealt with a lot of as well ? Day by day my understanding of lessens Creating a system based on the facts and kinda guessing, connecting the dots ... that's not is it ... oh man


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