Posted by Caroline on March 31, 1998 at 20:43:35:
In response to Like as to the Lute, written by Ken on March 31, 1998 at 13:27:44
] If so, that would be rare indeed, as only 1/3 women are T's.
But, as you say, they like computers..have you noticed?
However, I'm not so convinced about 'N'. That doesn't seem to me to be a strong characteristic in the writing.
Not so much the existence of"N" as the lack of "S". No long descriptions, no big use of the senses. Can you find a place in Austen where a smell is fundemental to the plot?
] Oh, probably like meeting me (-:
And just who do you think I had in mind when I wrote that, anyway???;-)
] Of course, this all must be in play, as I have some strong reservations about MBTI! The test sees life as binary--à bas l'Aristotelianisme! Multi-valued logics forever!
Spoken like a true NTJ (which, after all, is what I asked for!);-D I have reservations too...apparently I am the rarest MB-type of all, and the most misunderstood.However, I have no trouble understanding myself whatsoever!
Yours, also intuitively, but with her usual doubt about coming to any conclusions about anyone,or anything,
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