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    Default Profiling a crosstype

    http://www.armleg.com/forum/viewtopi...chorelative#38

    Which do you think is better? ...Doesn't the second profile of the ExTx seem eerily similar to that presented by Jung in "Psychological Types"...?

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    Come on tcaudlllig, you wrote it. Of course you could make it sounds similar to Jung's profile if you wanted.

    And I'm not so sure Jung was describing cross-types. He was describing highley differentiated people.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky
    Come on tcaudlllig, you wrote it. Of course you could make it sounds similar to Jung's profile if you wanted.

    And I'm not so sure Jung was describing cross-types. He was describing highley differentiated people.
    Are you sure? He describes "individuated" personalities as having "four functions".

    Jung's notion of types was one where a subjective attitude remains dominant in an individual over a long period of time. He doesn't describe the objective view. A crosstype can be seen as a person in which the persistent subjective attitude is perceived objectively by others.

    I didn't try to make it sound similar to Jung's description. If you had any intuitive insight, you'd recognize that extroverted thinking simply acts that way in conjunction with the unconscious. I actually think the second description is the right one, and I think I will use it once I've worked out the rest of the details. (family life, careers, etc.)

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    Sorry, I guess I was wrong about you copying Jung's work. I realize that you've probably done your own research in defining your own types.
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    Well, after some thought I've decided that since any description I might provide of a type will be argued with anyhow, I should lay out the mechanics for other people to see, and let them think for themselves how those mechanics can incarnate in people.

    First, let's consider the mechanics of a differentiated type:

    ESFP - Observation of the facts underlying external emotional actions.

    ESFJ - Observation of the facts underlying external emotional decisions.

    Now contrast these with a crosstype:

    ESFx - Observation of the facts underlying readiness states for external emotional action.

    These are the analytical processes of the ESFP, ESFJ, and ESFx types. When a person communications, they use the analytical process corresponding to their type.

    Example:

    ESFP - "He is doing this because they feel [fact]"
    ESFJ - "He did this because they felt [fact]"
    ESFx - "He will do this because they feel [fact]"

    Another way to look at the differences between different superid orientations is to consider them as expressions of tense.

    Judge - "This happened." (past tense)
    Perceiver - "This is happening." (present tense)
    Genius - "This will happen." (future tense)

    Let's consider the introverted perspective.

    ISFP - Observation of the facts underlying internal emotional activity.

    ISFJ - Observation of the facts underlying internal emotional decisions.

    ISFx - Observation of the facts underlying readiness states for internal emotional activity.

    Examples:

    ISFP - "He is doing this because he feels [fact]"
    ISFJ - "He did this because he felt [fact]"
    ISFx - "He will do this because he feels [fact]"

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