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This is a discussion on The (stream of conscious?) venting thread for INTJ. within the INTJ Forum - The Scientists forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Originally Posted by Abraxas It's actually a render of the Time Lord sigil from Dr. Who. https://www.google.com/search?q=time...w=1440&bih=809 Time Lords: Protecting ...
Okay, the Android Beta Demo of my game is live:
Feedback over the next 48 hours will net you a free copy of the game when it hits the android marketplace (Hopefully sometime next week).
Specifically, notes on; ease of play, difficulty, responsiveness, bug reports, along with the model and Android version you played on, will all help me to ensure a smooth release.
If there is someone who respects MBTI more than socionics, then I have a task for you:
Please, explain to me, a best-fit INTJ, what is Ti's role in me.
(Socionics explaination of Ti as demonstrative function for INTp fits me PERFECTLY. Ti is a backup when I can't link to empirical data, I don't take it seriously when I have the choice. Sometimes I make fun of its overuse and I doubt its ability to handle the world other than on small neighborhood of reality. It's like the Taylor polynomial in this sense. I use it privately, but try to avoid it in the public. The high Ti scores on funtion tests agree. It even seems like I annoy ENFPs to no end with this. They are unable to Ti-cooperate, when they start making no sense. And if I call them out, and try to give them a chance for redemption through Ti, they are hurt at their weakest point. It is EXACTLY symmetrical like when they don't understand me, they can try to approach me with Fe, but I am in denial Fe even exists (/is warranted to exist) and I am unable to cooperate or give them Fe-assurance I am not selfish or hostile. So then they can call me perfectly evil and selfish person.
The creative and demonstrative function are the same, only I/E switched, because we foster a great deal of liking for the creative (aux) function, yet leave it EXTREMELY flexible. In ENFPs this has the scary consequence, that they don't really mean their Fi to such a fixed and serious extent we do. Yes, they show it at first, but Fi is really a tool, not a chain that binds them.)