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Cognitive Functions (Part 2) – General Principles

The construction of a cognitive type can be an abstract concept at the best of times, which is why it draws no surprise that intuitive-minded folk are drawn to the cognitive functions like a...
Introduction to Cognitive Functions (Part 1)

Cognitive Functions (Part 1) – Introduction

Without the conscious awareness of most in the public domain, Jungian ideas echo through the tapestry of life and achieve a pronunciation of depth that tends to elude all but the most abstract. The...
INTP

INTP Cognitive Functions

Among the most scrutinous rationals, this type explores the possibilities an adherence to strict reason can bring.   An INTP trusts in logic as their definitive signpost to understanding the complexities of the external world and wields...
ISFJ

ISFJ Cognitive Functions

Serving as the backbone of institutions, organisations and families; ISFJs are preservers of meaning. You might think of them as private investors in society. Picture the scene for a moment. You stumble outside of a club...
The System

The System

The system is all around us. We exchange and contribute within its architecture, its laws of operation. We are comprised of the same essential form. The simulation idea. What follows is conjecture, but allows us to...
Game of Frames

A Game of Frames

The first rule of new warfare? It's the paradigm of attack that matters; not the direction of the attack. Anti-Trump bluster and "Crooked Hillary" confers on us an impression that it is the frame, above...
The Moment

The Moment

The moment for some might never come. The moment is reaching a point of no return. You see your life through new eyes. Something has to change because something already has inside. The moment is...