So, I was thinking about metaphors, which got me to thinking about reasoning, and I made the following conclusions:
Introverted Intuition = inductive deductive reasoning
Extroverted Intuition = inductive reasoning
Introverted Thinking = Deductive reasoning
Extroverted Thinking = Deductive...
This is the question of deductive vs inductive reasoning. I do believe to have a conclusive understanding of an issue, one must utilize both. But what do you believe is more effective in your approaches to problems.
Steve, Jo-Ann, and Ned are my co-workers. They are also all...
When you are explaining something do people just dismiss you. When arguing that is expected but when explaining stuff do people just say no and assume you are wrong? It annoys me that i am always alone in my opinions but kind of cool too. It seems more like an intp problem maybe. Maybe i am intp
What does it take for a logical principle to become circular? What defines it?
Is there really a necessity of a structure for a logical principle to become valid?
Me and a friend were discussing the following "spoilered" line of thought
I've been reading forums for several times to sort of relate myself to other intps and the rest.
Today, I decided to post my recent issue so that I could gain more insights and hopefully get through this situation more wisely. So I need your help. I don't mind whatever type you are...
Firstly, I must say that it's great to be here - as I'm a long time forum reader, but a first time poster! :)
So, I have a question for all the ISTJs in relation to their 'Abstract Reasoning Abilities'.
As an ISTJ, do you have a hard time (I guess you could say) predicting...
I have just thought up a forum, text-based game that I think would thrive in a setting packed with INTJs. The game is played by one poster posting an odd or hard to defend proposition, and the next person arguing for that idea. The poster must then propose their idea and the next person must...