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    While working on my description of the providentiary's thought cycle I realized that similar statements could be made about any type. It seems to me that these statements can provide a window into a type's subjective experience. I've considered different orders of the lettering to indicate thought process fragments, with each letter representing a definite fragment of thought.

    I: internal
    N: pattern
    T: causalty
    J: choice

    INTJ

    Manifest Destination

    "Given the internal state allowed by this pattern,
    the choice of causes will be thus."

    IJTN

    Persuedent

    "Given this internal state of choice,
    causalty may influence patterns thusly."

    ITNJ

    Analyst

    "Given these internal causes, the patterns of choice are thus."

    JTIN

    Guardian

    "Given this choice of causes, these internal patterns are possible."

    NTIJ

    Chameleon

    "Given the patterns shaped by these causes, internal states of
    choice are thus."

    NJTI

    Reckoner

    "Given this pattern of choice, the internal state of causalty is thus."

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    hmm....
    Pre-2013 post are written with incomplete understanding.

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    yes he did leave out 18 others and that is not counting oddball variations such as crosstypes or partial crosstypes (such as an I>NJ>T).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pedro-the-Lion
    yes he did leave out 18 others and that is not counting oddball variations such as crosstypes or partial crosstypes (such as an I>NJ>T).
    Huh?

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    intj nitj tjni jnti
    injt nijt tjin jnit
    itnj ntji tijn jitn
    itjn ntij tinj jint
    ijnt njit tnji jtin
    ijtn njti tnij jtni

    4! = 24

    If you vary the level of magnitude of each dimension so that they can be > < or = and superimposed upon one another then you have a significantly greater number of representations of the intj. When you try to represent the types functionally a similar explosion in the # of possible representations occurs.

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