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    please post the links to the descriptions of functions that you personally found most useful
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    Quote Originally Posted by dee
    http://the16types.info/forums/viewtopic.php?t=2477&highlight=functions

    Skill to separate the main thing from the secondary thing. Scrupulousness in studying facts, the skill to see the connection between facts. System thinking. Bringing everything into a system. Rationality, accuracy, systematisation, ordering, consistency, logicality. Analytical mind. Skill to find a cause and effect connection in everything. Organisation of structural order. Tendency toward abstract, system thinking. Skill to separate the main thing from the secondary thing. Theorisation. Tendency toward brainwork and the construction of abstract models. Strong, confident logic.
    ...That's not even funny, yet I find it so. Aren't Ti types more inclined to be annoyed by redundancy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elro
    ...That's not even funny, yet I find it so. Aren't Ti types more inclined to be annoyed by redundancy?
    I'd say that most people in general are annoyed by redundancy. But yeah, I've especially noticed that in Ti types, such as my INTj bro and myself.
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    Functions or information elements?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dee
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    Personally I find those descriptions problemmatic. Actually, even Gulenko has come up with some good ideas, he also seems to be the source or perpetuator of many of the problemmatic views in Socionics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dee
    good point, tcaud! actually it would be super if you could jam in here good and long descriptions of all the hidden agendas (8 descriptions in total) (the ones on wikisocion are like soo weak). you'll like super totally rock!
    What exactly do you have a problem with in the Wikisocion descriptions?

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    If the difference between +Ti and -Ti could be described in 3 words, its be holism v.s. reductionism

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    What about -Te, +Te?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcaudilllg
    What about -Te, +Te?

    Hmm, thats harder to explain in 3 words, um, careful v.s. risky

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    Well I will say this, alot of the definitions of the range of functions needs to be improved, especially Ni.

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    yea, exactly. When an INTj applies his logic to the real world, he uses a combination of -Ti/+Te (although I could theoretically argue that they are the same function).

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    Quote Originally Posted by dee
    i agree!!! let's create honed definitions of signed functions that will make 100% sense!!
    k, ill get right on that after i get some sleep

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    wow, in my absence i may have briefly observed this guy but never noticed any Fe invasion like this.

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    This is also a pretty decent thread:


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