Personality Psychology| Intuitive’s vs. Sensor’s

What's up everybody I am making a video clearly put some music back and I want to talk about the difference between in tutors verse sensors and a very in a very brief way I was thinking about epistemology which is the study of knowledge the ability to understand how people come to understand things it's pretty much what comes down to but I was .

Thinking that it's just very interesting how different intuitive's are from sensors intuitive's I should say intuitive thinkers verse sensing thinkers so STPs and st JS verses in TJ's and in t peace um and just the way that they interpret information is totally different because the filter by which they analyze and conclude things .

Is a totally different process just because the nature of intuition verse sensing I guess as the dichotomy and so the way that I see it is that as intuitive's go out into the world they expense the world whether whether whether or not the external world is more real to them than their internal world they both in teepees and in TJ's .

See possibility very in a very real way NTPC possibility in a more spread-out manner to where they see they draw walking they draw from many different areas of information which makes their mind a little bit more scattered because they see more possibilities at once whereas introverted into it an introverted intuitive z– those that .

Utilize in I specifically INTJs and ent J's they almost see the possibilities in the external world or their internal framework and they arrive at a single point within that within those possibilities and they they understand the central concept and ni wants to kind of narrow down the city narrow down the possibilities to a central concept to a .

Central nucleus and what happens is ni users it's like they gained those those nuclei and it multiplies whereas extraverted intuition works in a way where they almost start with the nucleus and they branch out like but it just spreads out but introverted intuition seems to work like they have that spread out cross contextual stimulus and they .

Connect it here to here to here to here to where it becomes one dense nucleus of information that they can store in their mind the way that um st j's and STPs work because they're not intuitive's now that they don't have intuition but simply that they don't utilize intuition as readily as in tjs and ntps do sensors um their empiricist and materialist .

Philosophically in regards to epistemology so meaning they only really believe and hold to that which is empirically verifiable namely the physical tangible universe which makes them kind of have a proclivity towards Natural Sciences things that revolve more around the natural world and so they are more .

Empirical obviously so as STP S&S TJ's go out into the real world in the world um what it's really interesting because the dichotomy between Si and SC functions differently even though all of all the STP S&S TJ's or sensors but regardless of Si and s and C it's still about what has been experienced in the real world .

So estjs who utilize do it yeah is TJ's and estjs who utilize introverted sensing the reason they be they can be some open changes because they only really hold to that which they've experienced in the physical world to some capacity or at least what is real to them what they've actually experienced so it can .

Make them more prone to being traditional and not wanting to change and not wanting to break free from what they've experienced because to them what they've experienced is what is going to work in the future so they trust the here and now because in the past here now they've been able to successfully orient themselves in an .

Organized way towards a goal or whatever and it's worked because of that so the way that um sensors view intuitive's can be kind of like you know these people that are idealistic that they've you know into they probably think intuitive you know don't have these lofty goals that aren't really tangible have these hunches or intuitions that are .

Verifiable and and a lot of times just sensors in general don't trust intuitive's um intellectually they may feel like there's not evidence for their claims and on the other end intuitive think that sensors and this is a general I'm just trying to archetypal II explain it to I guess the archetypes of sensors and intuitive to whatever so intuitive's .

Would probably look at sensors it's too rigid as people who are not adaptable people that are closed-minded narrow-minded and not skill skilled enough to be able to project into the future so there's a there's a condescension there with intuitive's that they they're more adaptable and more clever with yeah so and it really .

Does come down to the and you even see it in history use the difference between different sects of epistemological thought through the times you see the idealist people that believed in the in a transcendental aspect of reality so Plato is is probably the the leader of that thought of of reality that exists apart from materiality and so you have .

Then you have the religious philosophers which which plots Plato had a lot of religious foundations I guess in terms of his his thoughts were still rooted in an idea of some deity in some form but then you have you know Aristotle you have Immanuel Immanuel Kant you have Spinoza you have Aquinas and a lot of these are theologians too but have done .

Have have have produced a lot in regards to philosophical antiquity and literature um who else Aristotle Agustin Augustine whatever yeah so these were the these were the the the idealists in a way transcendental idealist which would be considered intuitive and then you have the realm of the rationalist or the .

Empiricist or materialist or naturalist whatever you want to call it which would be David Hume I believe which would be who else was a crap who else was a a rationalist John Locke I can't think of a lot of a lot of them I should be able to know that but I don't but instead you kind of see that that divided even in history that people have .

Have predominantly viewed reality in two different ways um or you could even say there's there's a there's a middle group that would be epistemological compatibilist in a way that they view reality is as intangible and tangible at the same time that there's aspects of reality that exist that are truly real that you can't touch people look at the .

World and view reality depends a lot on their perception of reality again that intuitive see see deeper meaning behind the physical world and they really do feel like there is something beyond just what we can see and they rely on that intuition a lot they rely on seeing those abstract connections that that are just one intellectually stimulating to .

Think about but to actually have some reality to them where as sensors don't don't see that they view reality and they view the universe as a closed system that everything exists is everything that is verifiable but me being someone who is one a Christian and two philosophically probably would would relate to the transcendental idealist I .

Mean there is a lot of there is a lot of objections that that you can raise against the predominant popular empiricist viewpoint and that the the tools that we use to even verify the empirical world is in essence not empirical namely we use our mind and we use logic to judge the external world and to make sense of it but the very .

Same thing we judge the was that we use to judge are not physical and I think that that kind of gives credence to the reality there is also some type of spiritual non tangible immaterial reality about the universe that goes deeper than just what we can experience physically so I just want to kind of divide the difference between .

Intuitive's verse censors and you know both sides have have a reality to them that are they can both learn from each other so I don't know I just wanted to talk about that and just give some of my thoughts in regards to the differences between the two types and just how they how they function how they interact with one another so that's all I have guys I .

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