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Journal Chacham's Journal: Verbiage: Portraits of Temperament 2

Taking yet another bubble bath, i decided to browse Keirsey's Portraits of Temperament.

When viewing NTJs, Keirsey says they use deduction over induction. Once again, Keirsey completely missed the boat. INTJs use intuition almost exclusively, using deduction only if needed. ENTJs use deduction, however.

It's amazing. His correlation between the functional types and the four temperaments is absolute genius. What drove him to incorrectly redefine the letters, is mind boggling. As right as he is about the correlation, he is even more wrong on the letter definitions.

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Verbiage: Portraits of Temperament

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  • That TJs used deduction, where FPs used intuition.

    I used to test INFP almost exclusively; as I get older the FP/TJ border gets closer.

    • by Chacham ( 981 )

      That TJs used deduction, where FPs used intuition.

      ETJs use deduction; INJs, intuition.
      EFPs use Feeling (value-based judgements); INPs use intuition.

      I used to test INFP almost exclusively; as I get older the FP/TJ border gets closer.

      INFP growth order is FNST. So, at 35-40, an INFP will start acting like an ISFP. Even though he will become more comfortable with T and J, and use them more and more, there preferences will always be F with N as secondary. If the preference ever really changes, the basis of Jung'

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