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    What does an INTp have in their that an INTj doesn't have in their ?

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    I am really curious about this one, and the one as well...
    Posts I wrote in the past contain less nuance.
    If you're in this forum to learn something, be careful. Lots of misplaced toxicity.

    ~an extraverted consciousness is unable to believe in invisible forces.
    ~a certain mysterious power that may prove terribly fascinating to the extraverted man, for it touches his unconscious.

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    Depending on one's understanding of who the INTjs and INTps are, I'd say maybe the ability to explain things in clear logic that other people can understand, the ability to find alternate ways to do things if something doesn't work, and the ability to easily change their view to reflect new data. ....but let's remember that INTp isn't -dominant but -dominant.

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    I think it would be logically "cleanner" to compare contrary reltion pairs because it will show you a symetrical contrast between the functions where the functions perform the same task.
    -Slava


    What a great replacement for a nany

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