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so, factory defects of entp are:
- "wishful thinking / unwarranted assumptions",
uh I think entps tend to be the best type at not making assumption


- "Ti discovers the philosophy of Zen with each successive generation,"

I don't know what that means

- "active resistance to change and you feel unsure when the environment or situation shifts unexpectedly"?

lol that's like the most un-entp description you could give of a person... a defining characteristic of entps is we thrive in change, the unexpected and acting spontaneous
 

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hi all people

so, factory defects of entp are:
- "wishful thinking / unwarranted assumptions",
- "Ti discovers the philosophy of Zen with each successive generation,"
- "active resistance to change and you feel unsure when the environment or situation shifts unexpectedly"?

http://cognitivetype.com/2016/07/26/stages-of-consciousness-ne/
Incredibly accurate website link.

It is dealt with by brute force Ti to break down and assimilate what is new. Once Ti creates an Si foundation, and starts really absorbing the patterns to memory, Ne can branch out and start doing its thing.
 

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uh I think entps tend to be the best type at not making assumption


- "Ti discovers the philosophy of Zen with each successive generation,"

I don't know what that means

- "active resistance to change and you feel unsure when the environment or situation shifts unexpectedly"?

lol that's like the most un-entp description you could give of a person... a defining characteristic of entps is we thrive in change, the unexpected and acting spontaneous
Not exactly. We thrive in change when it can be rooted in our Si. Fortunately, our Ne is *really* good at relating. The process of connecting something new to something old - that is the "hit", not so much novelty in and of itself. But if there is no novelty, there is no opportunity to create a connection. The more far-fetched, the better the feeling of achievement.
 

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Not exactly. We thrive in change when it can be rooted in our Si. Fortunately, our Ne is *really* good at relating. The process of connecting something new to something old - that is the "hit", not so much novelty in and of itself. But if there is no novelty, there is no opportunity to create a connection. The more far-fetched, the better the feeling of achievement.
not exactly sure what your "not exactly" is negating, what I wrote, or the OP's comment i was disagreeing w/
 

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- "Ti discovers the philosophy of Zen with each successive generation,"

the point is Ne looking for new ideas and finds those that have long been discovered?
 
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