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    Default The dirty secret of Ti.

    It doesn't use objective reality as a decision-making platform, which means misuse can cause such abominations as the philosophy of Karl Marx.

    Te is simply faster, more "practical" logic. Practitioners of it enjoy gloating about its superiority due to said "practicality," but without Ti to help it see more than one inch into whatever idea it's tossing around, it is nothing.

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    Default Re: The dirty secret of Ti.

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkside
    It doesn't use objective reality as a decision-making platform
    That's right, it's a subjective, introverted function. It gets pretty out of whack if some E source cannot keep it in check, that's what I think. also... spending time around people and being able to gauge their reactions (or perhaps even having the look at it from point blank range, seeing the consequences, and tracing it back subjectively).

    That's my reaction.
    Pre-2013 post are written with incomplete understanding.

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    Default Re: The dirty secret of Ti.

    Quote Originally Posted by Darkside
    It doesn't use objective reality as a decision-making platform, which means misuse can cause such abominations as the philosophy of Karl Marx.

    Te is simply faster, more "practical" logic. Practitioners of it enjoy gloating about its superiority due to said "practicality," but without Ti to help it see more than one inch into whatever idea it's tossing around, it is nothing.

    @ no one function being invincible.
    Very good. They all have their pro's and con's. I'd love to see how each function changes (or doesnt) over time throughout the lifespan in terms of how each one deals with new information.

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