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Auburn
Keymaster
  • Type: TiNe
  • Development: l--l
  • Attitude: Adaptive

The understanding that people’s emotional attitudes are a separate phenomenon from their cognitive type, but still run in parallel to create a unique relationship between the two, really adds clarity to this topic which has been so essential yet confusing.

I’m glad! Yes, it’s been needing a lot of attention for a while.

And I luuuv the Ti & Te agreeable combo examples!! It be nice to have examples for the other two also ^-^ …!!

Heh! I wrote those two because they’re the most counter-intuitive combinations. But writing all of them out would be good, yes.

regrading the ‘function axes differences’

Yeah, I’m wholly in favor of editing the behavioral sections presented under each attitude. They have not been reviewed since the article’s first publication, and they were meant to be a first draft — so I’m looking forward to feedback like yours on this. I wonder how other people feel about specific sections in the attitudes. Maybe we can find trends.

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