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    Quote Originally Posted by Joy View Post
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    Totally not.

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    shitty Te, in any case
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joy View Post
    shitty Te, in any case
    Creative Te to be precise -- but that is about the same thing to an ENTj, isn't it?

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    ILI's wouldn't be so careless about adding things that don't make sense to their plots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joy View Post
    ILI's wouldn't be so careless about adding things that don't make sense to their plots.
    Have I suggested that Agatha Christie would be an ILI? Curious that you draw that incorrect conclusion from what I said. But of course LIEs are not that good at conceptual logic ...

    Christie was most likely an SLI, which seems to be a rather common type among writers of detective stories. We have no strong reason to question the correctness of other socionists's typing of her, I think. But we have reason to question your typing ability if you even for a second can think that it's possible that Christie was an IEI.

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    It's possible that the stuff that doesn't make sense is related to Ni rather than Te (I'll admit to having a hard time distinguishing where one ends and the other begins at times), but it seems unlikely. Also, it would be strange for an SLI author to make an LSI the hero of her stories though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joy View Post
    It's possible that the stuff that doesn't make sense is related to Ni rather than Te (I'll admit to having a hard time distinguishing where one ends and the other begins at times), but it seems unlikely. Also, it would be strange for an SLI author to make an LSI the hero of her stories though.
    Who is the LSI you have in mind, and how can you be so sure of that hero's type? She has more than one hero, you know.

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    Lytov for example.

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    I haven't read many of her books - maybe 3 - but to me they seem more like a Delta thing. So maybe IEE.
    , LIE, ENTj logical subtype, 8w9 sx/sp
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    gah you're like the shittiest ENTj ever!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Expat View Post
    I haven't read many of her books - maybe 3 - but to me they seem more like a Delta thing. So maybe IEE.
    IEE is an even more idiotic suggestion. No chance that Christie can be an IEE.

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    The Mousetrap is one of my favorite plays... (From what I can remember, not a Se-valuing play, but time might have warped my perception a bit.)

    No suggestion as to type--I haven't read anything beyond the mousetrap...

    P.S. It does seem as though some Russians have her up as SLI... Like I said though, I am not informed enough re: her to have a valuable opinion.

    What makes you think IEI, Joy?

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