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    Quote Originally Posted by SophicDrippins View Post
    Yeah....I knew my Introverted Sensing (Si) is kind of bad in terms of MBTI.

    I know you do, but it wasn't your mission to keep the thread on top, was it?
    Of course not.

    Just on the freewill thing, but that doesn't matter. If I could influence you at all, I'd recommend escaping your comfort zone and exploring some videos diametric to what you believe. You seem to have gotten unilateral and more sure of your beliefs and that could be a warning sign that you're boxed in a paradigm (too much J and not enough P in your diet )

    One thing I didn't tell you before, with now seems relevant: CEOs have equal parts of the attributes in the HBDI test and are "well-rounded" squares.

    Okay....I could see where we differ. Thanks for clarifying.
    "The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science." - Albert Einstein

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernest View Post
    uummmm ... ... did you forget this ?

    "This hypothetical Thought Experiment might help in our understanding of what goes on in these type of scenarios."

    I was trying to provide a Hypothetical example to think over to hopefully help us get a better understating of what is involved & happening in these type of situations. Kind of like looking at it from the outside.

    But apparently you weren't able to separate this from the Real thing?
    Maybe because your example described perfectly the real thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by serenesam View Post
    Yeah....I knew my Introverted Sensing (Si) is kind of bad in terms of MBTI.
    Folks often admonish me for leaping to definite conclusions based on probabilities, but I think that's what intuition is.

    Intuition - a thing that one knows or considers likely from instinctive feeling rather than conscious reasoning.

    I knew it was Fsir. I didn't reason it. I just knew.

    Then again, I knew Hillary was going to win. It just felt right. Even now, I still think that was the most likely outcome. The fact that Trump won suggests to me that something changed in the "matrix" like that cat that walked by twice.


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    Quote Originally Posted by SophicDrippins View Post
    Maybe because your example described perfectly the real thing?
    Alright, Confirmation Bias. Got it .

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    Quote Originally Posted by serenesam View Post
    Is the above video really all that surprising? Not really. Quite deterministic in nature, I think.
    Yep, people who make certain decisions are likely to make other certain decisions. That's the underpinning of "profiling" and the "Criminal Minds" show.

    The Left is tolerant of anything except intolerance. So by definition, they have no moral foundation because morality is intolerant of certain behavior.

    If X is immoral, then you're intolerant of X and therefore can't be a lefty.

    Being nonjudgmental is being judgmental of judgmental people. Said another way: Being nonjudgmental is being judgmental of moral people who use their moral standards to judge others.

    So the only way to be easy-going is to lack morality of your own or else see yourself as different from the other humans such that your morality would not apply to them. Example: Killing babies is wrong for me, but may be permissible for you. Probably not too many people could honestly make that statement. Therefore, the most likely way to be easy-going is to lack moral foundation... And that's why Leftists are violent. The ends justify the means because there is nothing to say any means would be inherently wrong.
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    Another angle:

    If we accept that Leftism is feminine and Conservatism is masculine (because lefties are "feeling", "empathic", SJW, which are feminine things while the systemization of the Right by defining "right and wrong" is masculine), then consider whether you'd rather encounter a mother bear with cubs or a lone male. The protective instinct of the female is dangerous.

    FWD to 18:00


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ernest View Post
    Alright, Confirmation Bias. Got it .
    What's the difference if it's real or hypothetical?

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