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    I noticed that peoples POLR function acts as a societal information bridge between the weak and strong. ENTps will talk up and down to people of different power, ESFp's will talk to smart and stupid people... and so on. I see this as an information bridge that makes sure all members are included into the flow. Which means be careful what you do to other people, things get around in multiple dimensions. I avoid sinning at all cost because I know that god/evolution whatever you would like to call it has begun perfecting this flow and complex living organism made from us since the begining, and since the begining no one has been able to outsmart god/evolutionary mechanisms of defense against malicious members.
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    Default Re: POLR = Bridge

    Quote Originally Posted by Slava
    I noticed that peoples POLR function acts as a societal information bridge between the weak and strong. ENTps will talk up and down to people of different power, ESFp's will talk to smart and stupid people... and so on. I see this as an information bridge that makes sure all members are included into the flow.


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    What? How is POLR being used there? Talking to people?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Herzy
    No, he's basically saying that your PoLR makes you very un-critical of people's abilities with dealing with it.
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    An example with ENTp would be that they hang out with winners and losers because they do not see the difference or just ignore it. And Fi people are like... what a douchebag, ignoring Fi. But because of this there is an interwinner-looser communication bridge that keeps them tied together. No one is forgotten in the socion.
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    how is winning/losing and power a concern of ?

    i don't see infjs ingnoring people because they do not have enough influence for example...

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    So with Se you might try to avoid stronger people and would seek weaker peoples company, but people with weak Si would seek the company of stronger people. An INTj would seek weaker, ENTj stronger. This is still a bridge. INTj's would be good mentors for children in some areas because of this. Look at Peewee herman INFj and Mr. Rogers. INTj.
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