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    Great video on human visual perception and demonstration on how one cannot perceive the world precisely as it is and must use cognitive function to interpret sensory information.

    Now, what does this imply about Sensing?

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    Well I think one question that you could ask is: what does this mean as far as Se vs Si? If anything at all. Se as a particular object and Si as a contextual field. How might sensations be processed differently?

    An interesting and possibly relevant thing he had said as well: "The brain didn't evolve to see the world the way it is...The brain evolved to see the world in a way that was useful to see..."

    This might say something about Se+Ti vs Si+Te and the difference in the way the two interpret reality.
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    in both cases you could say then acting on sensing is a good thing in most cases, and if its not then intuition is needed.
    But I don't have much exp with sli or any si types.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Azeroffs View Post
    An interesting and possibly relevant thing he had said as well: "The brain didn't evolve to see the world the way it is...The brain evolved to see the world in a way that was useful to see..."

    This might say something about Se+Ti vs Si+Te and the difference in the way the two interpret reality.
    What does it say, then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by norph View Post
    What does it say, then?
    Not sure, I was just trying to inspire some thoughts, but apparently I'm failing.

    It was an interesting video nonetheless.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Azeroffs View Post
    It was an interesting video nonetheless.
    No, it wasn't. Visual perception is enormously dull.

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    I said it years ago, sensing and intuition are the same thing, just on opposite sides of the scale.

    To be intuitive is to lack sensing, or to be a sensor is to lack intuition. However, I don't think both states are equivalent to each other, it is obvious that intuition is a more developed state than sensing. Errors commited by an intuitive in the area of sensing are not due the lack of some special ability related to sensing but rather, incorrent pre-processing applied to sensory information.

    Intuition is the level of abstraction the guy in the video is talking about.
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    the same thing, just opposite
    another wonderful breakthrough in PoLR Ti.

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    thanks for posting that. very cool.

    ergo, all IE's are malleable, even sensing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by labcoat View Post
    another wonderful breakthrough in PoLR Ti.
    It's like the notions coldness and hotness. Both are just levels of the same thing (heat).
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