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This is a discussion on Cognitive Function: Ne vs Ni within the Articles forums, part of the Announcements category; Originally Posted by italix Maybe your picture represents dom Ti and aux Ne? Thank you for your precisions about the ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by italix View Post
    Maybe your picture represents dom Ti and aux Ne?
    Thank you for your precisions about the Ne-dom aux Ti !

    Well, even with your precisions, my picture would still represents Ne.
    Simply erase the "We have to use Ti/Fi in order to navigate in it" sentence and change it to :
    • Ne-dom will simply navigate randomly in the spectrum (prefer the world of infinite possibilities)
    From S : He'll get 1-2-3-4-5-6 (and more) possibilities, and will wander randomly to 1a 1b 1c/2a2b2c/3a3b3c/.../6a6b6c etc (and more) possibilities.

    • While Ti-dom/Ne aux will prefer prior selection in order to prevent overflowing-informations/ideas (prefer the world of relevant possibilities).
    From S : He'll get 1-2-3-4-5-6 possibilities (and more). He'll decide which path is more relevant, and will decide to develop chosen paths (only 2a-b-c, 3a-b-c for example) except if Ti think he missed some information in other paths.

    Would that fit ?

    @italix : (Thank you bis <3)
    Last edited by Cobble; 12-23-2016 at 01:32 PM.

  2. #282

    @Lynway yes that sounds good to me! :)

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  3. #283

    Nice article there
    You teached me what this terms means

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  5. #284

    Great article, this really helped me understand Ni vs. Ne! I have been trying to figure out whether I am an INFJ or INFP (either dominant Ni or auxiliary Ne). Still not entirely sure.... but this should help!

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    This was good, I read one article where it put the differences pretty simply. Seems like Ne sorts ideas for the bigger picture, Ni looks at the essence and influence of the idea.

    Introverted Intuition is concerned with getting to the root of ideas and events, from there it works with the essence to construct possibilities. Unconcerned with the minor details, it focusses on cause and effect. These individuals are often known to be one-track-minded as they pursue goals from start to finish with minimal interruptions. Introverted Intuition seeks to understand concepts from all perspectives so as to be sure it can see the essence. It constantly probes to understand other perspectives and will regularly play devilís advocate so as to broaden their own perspective. By arguing an opposing view, they can seek to understand why it is valid and if there is something to be learned from it.
    Extroverted Intuition is an incredibly fast working function that focusses on connections. To an outsider this looks random as two seemingly unrelated subjects are pulled together. However, the Extroverted Intuition has simply made multiple jumps from similar ideas in quick succession but has only voiced their first and last thoughts. This is the fundamental difference between Introverted Intuition and Extroverted Intuition. Introverted Intuition focusses on the essence and then goes to work out the possibilities. Extroverted Intuition finds all things that have similarities and eventually builds up a comprehensive picture. Extroverted Intuition considers all ideas related to something to be relevant, it isnít caught up with understanding all perspectives. Extroverted Intuition wants to know all relations. Unlike Introverted Intuition, Extroverted Intuition is seldom one-track-minded and is often juggling multiple things all at once. Extroverted Intuition is a very mentally stimulating function to converse with as it can pull together multiple abstract ideas and link them in the blink of an eye.
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