No, but sometimes I act like a Taurus even though I'm a Libra. Weird, huh? Must be my rising sign.
Hahahahaha ohmygawwwd me too!No, but I do have ESFP moments. :blushed:
Ewwwww, that's embarassing dude. :wink:No, but I do have ESFP moments. :blushed:
I agree. We really don't need this extra baggage like "cognitive functions" or "Carl Dung" or whoever.Yes, and I also have moments where I turn into an elephant, and some where I know how to fly...
No I do not have "INFJ moments," I only have INTJ moments wherein I may become overly reflective and emotional. I don't have to change my type to be a human. And cognitive functions are barely even worthy of discussion.
Yes. Let me restate exactly what I meant.I agree. We really don't need this extra baggage like "cognitive functions" or "Carl Dung" or whoever.
were you being serious
Well, sure. When you take an INFJ who appears to have a "Te quality", it's likely that it's technically just stereotypical Te behavior for Fe reasons (or any other similar situation). But I guess the topic could also be asking about behavioral patterns or whatnot, and so it would seem likely that two types with the same dominant would be most likely to be mistaken for one another. I mean, there's differing ideas out there about type and its fluidity (I believe Jung himself thought type was not static, many others do not) so it would seem prudent to allow for multiple interpretations.Yes. Let me restate exactly what I meant.
Carl Jung's book Psychological Types, wherein "cognitive functions" are introduced is a matter of hypothetical guesswork and speculation, and therefore, not to be revered by anyone with a discerning eye lest that person has substantial evidence of their existence, or if there is substantial evidence, which I've yet to see.
To say that an INTJ has an INFJ moment when they have acted in any relevantly defined way outside of their stereotypes is much like anthropomorphism, in that INFJ qualities are being assigned to something which is not and cannot ever be an INFJ, which is therefore either imprudent and or incorrect.
Why not just ask us if we have emotions? That always seems to conjure up nice responses...