Determining Function Axes, Part 10

Lee Morgan is a contributing guest writer for CelebrityTypes. As always with guest writers on the site, Lee’s piece represents his own insights and type assessments and not necessarily those of the site. In this article, we continue Morgan’s quest for a tighter, Wittgensteinian definition of the axes. 

By Lee Morgan and Ryan Smith

Attempting a tight definition of concepts that are very comprehensive is not always a good idea. As Martin Heidegger pointed out, just as much meaning may be lost as is gained thereby.[1] On the other hand, there are already plenty of Heideggerian attempts to define the functions (indeed, Jung himself is somewhat Heideggerian) and for this reason, the Wittgensteinian perspective may illuminate more of the puzzle at this time.[2] ...

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