Si is that part of us that places emotional attachments onto things so that when we revisit things we also revisit the emotions as well.
And lastly, Fe is the function that separates us from INTJs.
One potential problem area for INTPs is that emotions, whether their own or their partner's, present a challenge to their logical analysis.
This is often best done on the terms of the INFJ, and will make them uncomfortable if it isn’t someone they care for deeply.
They are often not great with physical activities, and may not be the most athletic individuals.
For INTPs we have Ti, Ne, Si, Fe with introverted thinking as our dominant function.
Ti is what makes us philosophers and theorists and Ne, our second function in the stack, is what makes us so much like ENTPs who are known to be bags full of ideas.
Jung created a branch of typology and in his branch there are sub-branches and in some of these branches there exists a concept that may be refered to as the cognitive function model. And since I've already written about it I won't talk about it anymore, but on e last thing I want to touch upon is The INTP/J's mentioning that he thinks of himself as having two types that are referenced by his name. As there exist subtypes of INTP and other types as well, I would like to suggest to you as well as any other confused INTP some possible subtypes.
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ENFJs will often use physical touch as a way to show their affection for other people.
They are extremely caring people, who love to be close to others.
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