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Supah Protist
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  • Type: SeTi
  • Development: ll-l
  • Attitude: Directive

I guess part of this question for me arises from an attempt to reconcile my own observations with CT theory. If Pe essentially receives information about the outside world and Pi consolidates and recollects this information internally, then where is there room for receiving information about the internal world? A possible solution to this issue may be that Pe isn’t necessarily concerned with the external world as much as it is with new information. Ideally, wouldn’t there be a function that receives new information from the inner world, one that receives new information from the outer world, (more shaky on this next part) one that forms a model of the internal world out of external information and one that forms a model of the external world out of internal information?

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