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This is a discussion on What does Ti feel like? within the INTP Forum - The Thinkers forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; It's a background process, a passive measurement, it has no off switch. Everything and anything gets cut by its razor ...

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    It's a background process, a passive measurement, it has no off switch. Everything and anything gets cut by its razor edge into tiny, tiny pieces.

    I liken it to reading your intellectual Miranda rights.

    "You have the right to remain analytical, anything you do can and will be used against you in a court of logic. You have the right to consult your sources, and we expect these sources to be present at the time of the trial, if you are unable to provide sources for your claim, then we will provide counter sources for you."
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshman108 View Post
    How old are you? I didn't have enough life experience to come to a firm conclusion until 22.
    Read this.
    I'm not an INTP, I am extroverted. I'm 16. I don't know if Ti is a function I use except when I really need to think about something intricate like the MBTI system and even then it seems noting like the things I'm getting from the types. I know you said you were 22 when you figured it out, but I need it. I really just want to figure out my life and why I feel the way do.

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    INTP - The Thinkers

    I think you need to go at it more holistically. If Ti is either at the bottom of your stack or not present at all, you are going to have a very hard to recognizing it in yourself, so it will be a waste of time trying to understand it. I would just recommend reading descriptions of all the types and narrowing down on 2 that sound most like you. At that point, read descriptions on the top two functions in each stack to try to figure out which you are.
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    Here's a nice joke --

    What do you say to a Ti that's learning English for the first time?

    Let's party.
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  5. #15

    Quote Originally Posted by Catwalk View Post
    Here's a nice joke --

    What do you say to a Ti that's learning English for the first time?

    Let's party.
    Oh how I wish I understood this joke.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joshman108 View Post
    I think you need to go at it more holistically. If Ti is either at the bottom of your stack or not present at all, you are going to have a very hard to recognizing it in yourself, so it will be a waste of time trying to understand it. I would just recommend reading descriptions of all the types and narrowing down on 2 that sound most like you. At that point, read descriptions on the top two functions in each stack to try to figure out which you are.
    Will do, I also have a type me thread that I just started. Your way will probably work better as I can only partially relate to the ones suggested.

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    INFP - The Idealists

    Quote Originally Posted by joshman108 View Post
    Even phrasing it in terms of feelings doesn't make sense. It's just factual - what is. You just analyze things, think about things, process information, think about what is, what might be, what could be, what should be - how different inputs might have changed a situation, how things are made, patterns, data, systems, order, chaos, theories, musings - when someone asks you a question your mind thinks of every possible scenario and every possible answer... but particularly with dominant Ti you may never come to an answer because there is just so much information to consider.

    Stuff like that.
    I think thinking about every possible scenario is more of a Ne thing tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Most Awesome Flyer View Post
    I think thinking about every possible scenario is more of a Ne thing tho.
    So long as it is subconsciously brought on by the environment. Sometimes it isn't though, or doesn't seem that way. This is why I have a tendency to think Ti and Fi reside within the domain of Ni and Si.
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    I guess it would be helpful if a Ti dom could write a small excerpt of how they experience the world, perhaps highlighting the bits that involve the use of Ti. And then maybe the OP can see how it relates to their experience of the world? Idk.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ne One View Post
    I guess it would be helpful if a Ti dom could write a small excerpt of how they experience the world, perhaps highlighting the bits that involve the use of Ti. And then maybe the OP can see how it relates to their experience of the world? Idk.
    great idea. do it.
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