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    It might be interesting to note that latency seems to correlate with consciousness. If this is true it is possible that consciousness, and therefore free will, is just an illusion... But that's another topic.

    Emphasized Ne
    Decreased latency
    Idyllic clarity
    Generalized conceptions
    Inattentive to active sensations
    Susceptible to intensive sensations.

    Emphasized Si
    Increased latency
    Aesthetic clarity
    Specialized perceptions
    Inattentive to collective importance
    Susceptible to extensive concepts.


    Emphasized Se
    Descreased latency
    Descriptive clarity
    Hasty associations
    Inattentive to emergence;hyperactive
    Susceptible to primordial/ambiguous concepts

    Emphasized Ni
    Increased latency
    Emergent clarity(understanding)
    Developed associations(archetypes)
    Inattentive to surroundings;inactive
    Susceptible to hyperarousal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashton2 View Post
    Well, the Jungian view contends that the 'correct' basis of IEs is in studying their phenomenological effects—i.e. their influence upon a person's consciousness, and the resulting tendencies this has re: their mental states, experiential awareness, self-concept, etc. So yeah, this is relevant.

    Not sure how you made that leap… then again, the standard Jungian view isn't nearly as bleak as you've got it diagrammed here. By contrast, they tend to suggest that normal/psychologically balanced people effectively have conscious access to all necessary IEs (in variable proportions). Whereas critical lack of awareness/development is seen as causing neurosis/pathology (and often a byproduct of over-emphasized ego IEs).
    I left out the process. Basically the premise is that if consciousness is a direct product of latency, then we are not really conscious as in having a seperate mind or soul. Conscious would then just be the phenomena of collected perceptions and emotion(basic motivations) driving the decision making process. The complexity of the personalities in humans can be explained as the adaptation to a complex environment in which the basic goal is still the achievement of the prime motivations.

    Some of these seem off or NTR.
    Yea I figured. I just slapped it together, to externalize the model.

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