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How I Became a Narcissist
Monday, 17 March 2003
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Posted by samvak at 12:47 PM CET
Updated: Saturday, 21 June 2003 9:12 AM MEST
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Monday, 29 June 2009 - 6:46 PM MEST

Name: "tr"



Has anyone ever really looked at the Jungian functions in an effort to explain the underpinnings of narcissim?

It seems that entps may be most prone to cerebral and estps most prone to somatic narcissism.

Functionally the entp is Ne, Ti, Fe

Ne-constantly focused on the outer world, looking for potential and to some extent confirmation of thier existance

Ti-Judgement id defined according the standards of logic.  Thier ideas seem to define what they are.  The ideas they choose to present are thier soul, thier essance and they are very sensitive to any attack upon them

Fe-allows them to be very charming and social, a bit manipulative, intenseley emotional at times and good at reading others.

A common theme in jungian psychology seems to be under development of the second function.  For these guys it would be Ti-thier ideas-and overdevelopment of the tertiary function-Fe.

 Normal entps have lots of great charecteristics-but imagine an entp who was under massive stress as a child....

 any info or previous thoughts on the jungian funtcions?


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