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Question #1201199312Thursday, 24-Jan-2008
Category: Functions Theory
I've been having trouble understanding the Perceiving functions' intoversion and extraversion - specifically, what is the difference between Se & Si, and between Ne & Ni? I think I understand the difference between the Judging functions' orientations (Fe would be to do with how *others* feel, and Fi would be about how *you* feel, right?), but I can't get a good grasp on how introversion and extraversion work out in practice for the Perceiving functions. Help? -- Krig (INTj)
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A1 I think that perceiving/judging is more a matter of preference of which function to use rather than a function itself. Extraverted Perceiving is using the Se/Ne function to gather external information, and using Ti/Fi to sort it out, whereas Extraverted Judging is using the Te/Fe function to gather external information, and using the Ni/Si to interpret it internally. On the subject of extraverted vs. introverted perceiving, extraverted perceiving is introverted judging, and vice versa. -- iNTjew
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A2 Ne & Ni. intuitive grasp from a global first perspective...and grasp from a inner to world perspective. just being bland..sorry -- @sirac
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