I identify with the 'research' angle. I notice fashion and store fashion info into my mind, even if I choose to wear a very casual and unobtrusive style that's pretty much androgynous.
Lol. Try the ENTx stylist: you say "short", and you get short, but it's never the same style.
I think INTPs are prone to perceiving people's motivations. Understanding how much of those motivations are emotion, can be done with some work. Understanding from their emotional POV and fully "empathizing" is harder for us.
As for "empath" as somewhat "psychic"... why not?
Yep. It's one of the traits I like less about myself but I don't think it's going away.
In a way it can be useful, as when going "above and beyond" makes you do something nobody else will.
(This is why we all should be independently wealthy. ;) )
I thought you were older than me.
I'm 26, but for some reason I keep thinking I'm 27. "Almost thirty" also comes to mind.
I had to go through the entire thread to realise I had posted in it last year. I feel silly now.
The historical process/productive forces, according to a bunch of sociologists. Preindustrial societies are said to be more inclined to the "different but equal" approach than the industrial ones, because in preindustrial societies a great part of the economy relies in jobs that are done within...
I assume nothing, except for an occasional air of intelligence. =D
(kays, that was a joke)
1. I assume people act mostly out of self-interest, except my mother and friends.
2. I assume that when people quote philosophers or 'thinkers', or even holy books, they have no idea what they're...
Somehow, that's not what I think of when I think "victorian England".
I do think it might be awful, horrible, and oh God, no! (but I'll take it provided Watson doesn't look dumb. Gonna end up watching it, anyway.)
I know INTJs, I've studied with them. They plow through the subject and don't get distracted. Me? I have to stop and sing or say something random every now and then. I also curse a lot.
Or I start studying at 11 (23:00) and stop at 2, 3 in the morning. Or I study like...
In a good week, 30, because there's no classes, it all depends on my work. In a so so week... 20.
As an undergrad student I had to study/do homework a lot. We had like tons of homework and projects. But actual studying... about 5 hours a week? Still, sometimes I left home at 8 am and returned...
All you need to know is that Cog thinks he's made of metal... or maybe he is, but he's unaware of that huge, red, bleeding heart he has -and hasn't harvested anywhere or cloned or artificially created by any means-. :D
I think Auburn was going to bug him with cuteness till Cog hugged somebody else.
My experience says the 2nd.
But being aware of one's 'darker' side helps to keep it at bay.
I think we haven't met before, hello.
People do help out of the goodness of their hearts. But if hadn't seen it, consistently, for years, with one person, I wouldn't believe it...
I'm more concerned about 'friendship' lasting only as much as your messaging.
When I stopped using ICQ, I lost touch with a bunch of people. We all switched to MSN, but didn't always get each other's. Then I stopped using MSN, and I lost touch with another batch of people. The same happened...
I was disturbed by the post, but have no idea of how to adress it. I think the poster expressed something they've been thinking/feeling for a long time.
Edit: ^ with this I meant the basic opinions, not the personal attack against Jennywocky.
1. Different POVs on religious education and laicism.
2. Christian scholarship and Bible exegesis.
3. Personal accounts of the way people experience religion within a community.
4. An overview of several schools of psychology and therapy.
5. News on technological development...
Like the funny rights that are in my country's laws but no one gets?
Right to access to information, right to protection of personal data, right to intimacy -meant as privacy-, right to protection from abuse of public power.
They just went and changed the state constitution in 16 states...
All human beings are born equal in dignity and rights.
Rights can't be bought or sold, and it upsets me a bit to think anyone would think of buying or selling them.
I'm particularly fond of these three:
9. Freedom from cruel and unusual punishment.
4. Freedom of/from religion.
Thank you for the analysis Cavalry! I read this yesterday and here's the feedback. :)
Mwahaha. I used to tell people who thought I was angry just because I'd used sarcarsm or had expressed criticism, that they had never seen me angry. And it was true. The only time folks from this forum...
For instance, 4 is associated with Jupiter, which is a cool planet, so I like 4.
... but that's astrology for ya.
5 should be metallic orange.
You think so? I was always convinced e was male and green. The A, however, red and female. The o is black. I prefer the green...
Female children get their ears pierced as babies in my culture. My mother left my ears untouched, much to the chagrin of family members.
I decided to keep them that way, because
a)getting earrings seemed too conformist,
b)getting something else, something I liked, would have caused too...