Hello my friends.
I've had an extended vacations from this place. Its great that more and more people are discovering this whole MBTI thing.
While the ideas that Jung produces are very abstract. He does take on the fundamental bones of Freud. This shouldn't be forgotten. Freud derived his ideas from some other source, mostly existentialism which was the rage at the time. Which in itself was rooted in something else... (big picture) philosophy.
Its important to figure out the source of things. Instead of asking a question of why... for instance why do magnets repel? We should be asking what... what makes magnets repel? remain objective (thank you Feynman).
So my question is... using the simplest language and means possible... what is a personality... after you define this... what is INTJ? this can't be to you alone... no, because then the definition is subjective. Your definition must be objective. It must stand on its own. So factual, that if you spin it any direction it remains the same.
Lets give an example 2+2= 4. always.
SO... I wish to put your great minds to use. Lets build a foundation. We start with what is I? What is a person? What is personality? Then we build from there.
Where will this lead us?
I will begin.
A cell is defined as the simplest form of life. It includes DNA/RNA and a mitochondria along with secondary crap that facilitates these things.. It has the ability to communicate with other cells. An organ is a community of cells that provide a shared function. An organism is a thing with organs. A thing with organs is life.
Now. we must distinguish the humans from life because they are different.
Just to be clear this cannot be done without INTP's or any other type. So please...
we welcome you.