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  1. Post a one-sentence description of each function, and make it unironic/non-parody. Just give a very serious one-sentence description of what the function represents based on how you understand it. Do this for all functions (Te/Ti/Fe/Fi/Ne/Ni/Se/Si), or don't include those you don't feel confident about describing.
  2. Don't debate or argue with other people on how correct or incorrect their definitions are.
  3. If you changed your mind about your definitions, simply edit your old post instead of making a new one.
The purpose of this is to see overlapping parallels between multiple forum posters, where there is mutually shared agreement on what a function represents, and where there's disparity and disagreement.
 

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Te: Figuring out how to do things, practical thinking.

Ti: Figuring out patterns, analytical thinking.

Fe: Prioritizing others' feelings, e.g., being polite in public.

Fi: Prioritizing your own feelings; may manifest in knee-jerk reactions.

Ne: Open to outside possibilities, e.g., travel.

Ni: Hunches, flashes of insight.

Se: Observant, very aware of immediate physical world.

Si: Remembers facts or events; relates present stimulus to stored information or preconceived notions.
 

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Te: The rational function that judges externalized logic.

Ti: The rational function that judges internalized logic.

Fe: The rational function that judges externalized morals or ethics.

Fi: The rational function that judges internalized morals.

Si: The irrational function that perceives sensual comfort in any given situation.

Se: The irrational function that perceives the next possible sensual manipulation in any given situation.

Ni: The irrational function that perceives internalized concepts and symbolisms in any given situation.

Ne: The irrational function that perceives connections between externalized concepts and symbolisms in any given situation.

I seriously hope my understanding helps you out kiripure.
 

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Te is an other-directed function for Judging on an impersonal basis.
Ti is a self-directed function for judging on an impersonal basis.
Fe is an other-directed function for judging on a personal basis.
Fi is a self-directed function for judging on a personal basis.

blah blah insert Jung quotes. insert quotes from any other theorist who came up with any other system of cognitive functions.

This stuff isn't a matter of opinion. A matter of interpreting the original theorist's words, maybe, but not of opinion. Either one knows what Jung said and one understands that the way Jung intended or one doesn't.
 
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