Umbra wrote: TehLandshark wrote:
After having a long ass discussion on KS and MBTI with my friend, I have to agree with you, she is an ESFJ. I didn't really think this one through. Oh, and he convinced me to make some other changes:
Hanako is an ISFP
Rin is an INFP
which really seem to fit them better.
After researching into S/N a little bit harder (which I admit, I haven't done as much as I should have before) , I've concluded that you are correct about Rin, she surely is an INFP. Funnily enough, that makes us the same, which both scares the shit out of and confuses me. Sure, I share each preference in function, but Rin, RIN, the same as me? I never felt like I could relate to her that whole time.
I am still conflicted over Hanako as S or N but I'll take your word for it. On P, however, I tend to disagree. Check back to ProfAllister on his analysis from the other thread he linked to, that summed up pretty well why J is dominant. ISFJ, or the Nurturer, is the same as Lilly. Coincidence?
Side Note: If your friend is a KS fan and informed on MBTI, do you think you could get him to post his thoughts on the forums?
Well, I doubt I'd be able to convince him to post on the forums, he's not a very social person, although he has a mind like no other (he is a borderline INTP, btw.)
Considering he agrees with me on many choices, his list would be such:
and he has really strong arguments for each one. He spends a lot of time solving any mental task. I mean, it's practically impossible to win against him in a discussion, because most of the time he just is
A mind like no other and int
p who thinks MBTI is legitimate? That's a new one.
I'd like to see him come on the forums, but if he isn't that much of a social butterfly, I don't blame him.
I'm not willing to debate Misha (because I can practically understand Rin better than the craziness she is), and I can agree with the majority of that list, but I have 2 disagreements. What suggests that Hanako is P, and what suggest that Hisao is T?
Anything deviating from the plan results in "I'vegottogodosomething!" for poor Hanako.
ISTP's have Introverted Thinking as their Dominant function, while ISFP's have Introverted Feeling as a Dominant function. We can see Hisao's thoughts, so it is extremely, extremely obvious that he takes the subjunctive into account far more than the objective. Hisao is ISFP without question.
On a side note, when re-doing a Hanako scene, I just saw Hisao call her "very intuitive." Not really the intuition we're talking about, but thought it was worth mentioning.