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twinpinks voted INFJ on February 19th @ 11:30:15pm
tman voted LII on February 10th @ 06:47:45pm
ruboline voted IEI on February 2nd @ 06:53:57am
tman voted sx/so on January 31st @ 01:38:24pm
tch voted INTJ (IDR) on January 30th @ 09:11:44am
tman voted sp/so on January 25th @ 05:33:25pm
tman voted ILI on January 23rd @ 11:37:28am
phsc voted 154 on January 23rd @ 05:17:52am
phsc voted LII on January 23rd @ 05:15:33am
phsc voted sp/so on January 23rd @ 05:15:15am
phsc voted 1w9 on January 23rd @ 05:14:50am
phsc voted INFJ (IDR) on January 23rd @ 05:14:35am
phsc voted INTJ on January 23rd @ 05:14:28am
tman voted 154 on January 14th @ 05:31:01pm
tman voted 153 on January 14th @ 05:16:46pm
tman voted 153 on January 14th @ 05:15:43pm
tman voted 153 on January 14th @ 05:15:16pm
Jacobus voted INFJ on December 27th @ 04:25:00pm
tman commented as follows on December 26th @ 09:03:38am:

You can see his Te, but it's subtle. You can mostly see it in "The Republic." If something is true on a large sclae (a city) then it's also true on a small scale (a person.) There is a hieriechy inherent to the unveres. Order is above the indubuvdual. He thinks it's okay to have a lie if that means it keeps the city functioning. Places a lot of weight on efencency.  He has a really storng Ni that tends to overpower his Te. But his Te is still there.


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tman voted INTJ on December 26th @ 08:53:12am
tman voted INTJ (IDR) on December 26th @ 08:52:30am
tman voted ISFJ (IDR) on December 24th @ 07:38:07pm
tman voted INFJ on December 24th @ 07:35:00pm
tman voted 154 on December 3rd @ 12:13:31pm
tman voted 1w9 on December 3rd @ 12:12:35pm
Tch voted INTJ on November 20th @ 12:56:58am
tman voted INTJ (IDR) on November 18th @ 01:05:42pm
tman voted INTJ on November 16th @ 09:03:38am
echidna1000 voted IEI on November 13th @ 01:01:48am
LadyX voted 451 on October 22nd @ 09:23:50pm
LadyX voted INTJ on October 22nd @ 09:22:33pm
A deactivated user voted 451 on October 20th @ 02:04:21pm
A deactivated user voted LII on October 20th @ 02:04:17pm
A deactivated user voted sp/sx on October 20th @ 02:04:10pm
A deactivated user voted 1w9 on October 20th @ 02:03:57pm
A deactivated user voted INTJ on October 20th @ 02:03:48pm
A deactivated user voted INTJ (IDR) on October 20th @ 02:03:32pm
NiTech voted INTJ on June 7th @ 10:28:07pm
NiTech voted 1w9 on June 7th @ 10:28:00pm
Diobono voted INTJ on May 22nd @ 05:52:15am
Diobono commented as follows on May 22nd @ 05:51:42am:

Another thought on this even though i don't have it fresh in my mind lol. Even though Plato is an idealist  (even though not the same as the german idealists like hegel) he still does not completely negate the becoming of things in the way the eleatics did, Parmenides and co.. and his concept of non-being is only relative,unlike them. To him sense reality is still pure becoming in the same way it is for say, heraclitus, so i in that way  a kind of Extraverted thinking information is not completely denied in the way it was with the eleatics, so it's not like he is completely non-empirical.  (Even though ofc ideas are the fixed and stable being)


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fg commented as follows on May 19th @ 09:03:34am:

by Ni>Te i meant Ni at first Te in second. but you get a point about Hegel(i don't know enough about Fichte). Hegel is probably more idealist because he is an LII like Plato. and even if he is idealist he don't hate empirism with such viceral force as Plato. i see hardly an INTJ do that (even a LII)


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Diobono commented as follows on May 19th @ 08:42:57am:

Even if we play your game of typing philosophical systems by functions there is nothing that necessarily implies empiricism since as you said ni>te. Hegel and Fichte are probably intjs and they are idealists for example. 


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fg commented as follows on May 19th @ 08:27:22am:

Te is linked to empirism. INTJ =Ni>Te. so he is not INTJ. end of the discussion.


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Diobono commented as follows on May 19th @ 07:54:10am:

Typing someone' philosophy with functions is super sketchy and  Even if you believe functions have validity  You'd have to be a shitty philosopher to let your cognitive preconceptions cloud your judgements.

Unless we want to turn philosophy into a psychologism. Then it really all just falls apart flat on its face..


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An anonymous user voted on May 14th @ 02:29:39am
EON voted 1w9 on May 14th @ 02:29:34am
EON voted INTJ on May 14th @ 02:29:24am
fg voted LII on May 13th @ 11:48:50pm
lvna voted LII on May 13th @ 11:10:06pm
lvna voted sp/so on May 13th @ 11:09:54pm
lvna voted 1w9 on May 13th @ 11:09:51pm
lvna voted INTJ on May 13th @ 11:09:47pm
Nyx commented as follows on May 12th @ 01:16:40pm:

Typing by functions?!  What is this??


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EON commented as follows on May 12th @ 02:08:30am:

Simple: they don't vote him based on functions.

 


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fg voted 1w9 on May 12th @ 01:49:34am
fg voted INFJ (IDR) on May 12th @ 01:49:29am
fg voted INFJ on May 12th @ 01:49:29am
fg commented as follows on May 12th @ 01:49:11am:

how a man who despise empirism could be a Te aux?!


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kawaii voted 1w9 on May 10th @ 11:37:48pm
kawaii voted INTJ on May 10th @ 11:37:43pm
A deactivated user voted 1w9 on May 6th @ 11:57:17pm
A deactivated user voted sp/so on May 6th @ 11:57:10pm
A deactivated user voted INTJ on May 6th @ 11:57:04pm
szero voted sp/so on May 2nd @ 04:14:20am
szero voted INTJ on May 2nd @ 04:10:51am
szero voted 1w9 on May 2nd @ 04:08:38am
szero voted INFJ on May 2nd @ 04:08:35am
Taco110 voted 5w4 on May 1st @ 09:52:11pm
Taco110 voted sp/so on May 1st @ 09:52:01pm
Taco110 voted 1w9 on May 1st @ 09:51:51pm
Taco110 voted INTJ on May 1st @ 09:51:47pm
strawberry crisis voted INTJ on May 1st @ 09:29:32pm