Describe the 8 functions briefly

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    Describe the 8 functions briefly

    Let's see if your definitions conflict or if you all agree.



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    I'll give it a go. I’m curious about what’s thought of this. I tried to write these in a way that bypasses any stereotyping (i.e. Si = memory)

    Se – Experiences the world through direct observation and manipulation. What the user directly observes will be added to user’s worldview.

    Si – Experiences the world through inner filter of personal experience and sensation. What the user relates to what is observed will be added to user’s worldview.

    Ne – Experiences the world through relationships between what is observed. The user will develop understandings of more detail than Si, but will not experience the world as broadly. Relates Si information together to form a novel experience. This experience will be added to user’s worldview (It was difficult to explain Ne without the comparison to Si. Ne also stumped me a bit – so this description might be more awkward than the others).

    Ni – Experiences the world through inner filter of what the user focuses in on. The user will develop understandings of more detail than Se, but will not experience the world as broadly. Perceptions (after removing excess Se information) will be added to user’s worldview. (It was difficult to explain Ni without the comparison to Se).

    Fe – Judges the world based on whether or not something is consistent with universal laws and human experience. If the information is consistent with what the user imagines humanity encounters, the information is accepted by the Fe user.

    Fi – Judges the world based on whether or not something is consistent with the user’s inner feelings and values. If the information is consistent with the user’s values, it is accepted by Fi user.

    Te – Judges the world based on whether or not something is consistent with data in the outer world. If new information is supported by objective data, and can be used in the outer world, it is accepted by the Te user.

    Ti – Judges the world based on whether or not something is consistent or fits in with their inner logic and understanding. If new information can be accommodated using this logic, it is accepted by the Ti user.

    *A special note about the Fi & Ti descriptions just to avoid possible confusion: I do not mean that Fi & Ti will throw out objective truths to suit their inner worlds. It is just meant that this information is not going to be their focus/will not become part of their worldview. I totally foresaw this being taken the wrong way and wanted to clear it up. Thanks!

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    Fe - simplify what is important on behalf of the group
    Fi - complicate what is important on behalf of the individual

    Te - simplify how things work on behalf of the group
    Ti - complicate how things work on behalf of the individual

    Se - refreshing "what is" through engagment with others
    Si - reflecting on "what is" through one's inner world

    Ne - refreshing "what could be" through engagment with others
    Ni - reflecting on "what could be" through one's inner world
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