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    Default The basics of Jung's cognitive function descriptions

    This was posted at MBTI Central. It's essentially a collection of images inspired by what Jung wrote; a small extract is contained in a caption below each painting describing the function related to it in basic terms. I think it's a good reference for those who want to learn more about what Jung thought each of the functions were, and for those who are experienced in socionics functional understanding to make comparisons between Jung's interpretation and Augusta's. I've already made an analysis of the cognitive functions from a Jungian/MBTT perspective, but this is still a good resource and I found it helpful enough.

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    Then they only get the images; not the descriptions that accompany them, which is really what I was aiming for.

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    Pretty interesting. I'll revisit this when I have more time.
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    bizarre

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    very interesting. I thought the Ne image was the most accurate depiction.

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