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    Default Some thoughts about introverts and extroverts

    INTROVERTS

    • focus on their internal feelings in response to objects
    • these feelings form their identity
    • maintain their identity by maintaining relationships with objects
    • the core of their identity comes from base relationships (1st)
    • the periphery, or "outer surface" of their identity comes from role relationships (3rd)
    • maintain their core by producing creative function objects (2nd)
    • maintain their "outer surface" by producing POLR objects (4th)
    • conscious focus on their internal feelings is compensated by an unconscious focus on objects' themselves
    • these objects form their body's identity as an object of certain qualities
    • the core of their body's identity comes from restrictive function objects (7th)
    • the "outer surface" of their body's identity comes from suggestive function objects (5th)
    • their body maintains its core through an influx of 7th function objects, using demonstrative relationships (8th)
    • their body's maintains its outer surface through an influx of 5th function objects, using mobilizing relationships (6th)


    EXTROVERTS

    • focus on objects themselves, their different qualities and properties
    • Specific objects form their identity
    • maintain their identity through a continuous influx of these objects
    • the core of their identity comes from base objects (1st)
    • the "outer surface" of their identity comes from role objects (3rd)
    • maintain their core by forming relationships in the creative (2nd)
    • maintain their outer surface by changing POLR relationships (4th)
    • conscious focus on objects is compensated by an unconscious focus on the feelings they evoke
    • these feelings form their body's identity as a subject, interrelated with objects
    • the core of their body's identity comes from the feelings from restrictive relationships (7th)
    • the "outer surface" of their body's identity comes from feelings from suggestive relationships (5th)
    • their body maintains its core by forming 7th function relationships, using demonstrative objects (8th)
    • their body maintains its outer surface by forming 5th function relationships, using mobilizing objects (6th)
    Last edited by ConcreteButterfly; 02-27-2015 at 07:10 AM.

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    INTROVERT: IEI

    • focus on their internal feelings in response to objects

    IEI's focus on their internal harmony, their inner vision of the past, present and future

    • these feelings form their identity

    IEI's are centrally attached to their inner harmony, equating it with themselves

    • maintain their identity by maintaining relationships with objects


    • the core of their identity comes from base relationships (1st)


    • the periphery, or "outer surface" of their identity comes from role relationships (3rd)

    IEI's are peripherally attached to physical relationships, what physiological effect surrounding objects have on their inner state

    • maintain their core by producing creative function objects (2nd)

    IEI's create emotional "products" infecting others with their emotions. this maintains their inner harmony across time

    • maintain their "outer surface" by producing POLR objects (4th)

    IEI's maintain their physical well being by moving their bodies, doing work

    • conscious focus on their internal feelings is compensated by an unconscious focus on objects' themselves


    • these objects form their body's identity as an object of certain qualities
    • the core of their body's identity comes from restrictive function objects (7th)

    IEI's body identifies mainly with unmanifested potential, hidden abilities in the world

    • the "outer surface" of their body's identity comes from suggestive function objects (5th)

    IEI's body is peripherally identified with the external appearance and will of objects, their manifested energy

    • their body maintains its core through an influx of 7th function objects, using demonstrative relationships (8th)

    IEI's body maintains its core identity by attracting Ne objects, ideas and unexpressed potential, by producing an attitude to objects

    • their body's maintains its outer surface through an influx of 5th function objects, using mobilizing relationships (6th)
      IEI's body maintains its peripheral identity by attracting Se objects (willpower), by building interrelationships between objects in space , adjusting the distances between themselves and others.
    Last edited by ConcreteButterfly; 03-04-2015 at 04:05 AM.

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