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Old 16/06/2010, 08:12 PM
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^ OK, maybe you should read up a little more on Ni and Si, and just on functions in general, and see what fits and what doesn't...

PS: movies do kinda run on formulas
PS2: thought this might be sth to look into (Dichotomies): http://www.wikisocion.org/en/index.p...le=Dichotomies

EDIT: I find Positivist vs. Negativist *kinda* easy to pick up. ESTj is negativist, ENTj is positivist.
Positivists

  1. More inclined to optimize already functional systems of things and processes.
  2. "This glass is half-full", "We have already collected $438,000 for that project"
  3. Usually more complimenting than reprimanding.
  4. Socially and intellectually more trusting.
  5. Explains what things are (irrationals) or should be (rationals).
Negativists

  1. More inclined to solve problems in systems of things and processes.
  2. "This glass is half-empty", "We need $62,000 for that project"
  3. Usually more reprimanding than complimenting.
  4. Socially and intellectually more mistrusting.
  5. Explains what things are not (irrationals) or should not be (rationals).

EDIT2: forgot to mention it may not be a bad idea to read up on temperaments (EJ, EP, IJ, IP) in addition to above, in case you haven't done so already. cheers

Last edited by felafel; 16/06/2010 at 08:12 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
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