ENFP. ENTPs are usually more "in their head" as NTs I think.
The best, not the most.
I'd imagine both are in their heads quite a bit due to strong Ne, but I could be bias on my view of Ne due to the possibility of me adding aspects of my Ti into the mix, but in that case the same would likely be true for you with Fi.
either way same result since if it were Ti twisting my view of Ne, that would only confirm your argument.
Never heard of shadow funtions?
Of course I have, but that has nothing to do with what I said.
ENTPs are way closer to ENTJs, INTJs and ESTJs than INTPs..Which of the 16 personality types is NP with the best Se?.. even ESTPs are closer, ISTJs too. I would say they are as much good sensors are any ENFP. Because it doesn't change preference of cognitive function between those two, they are as much good sensors as each other (and that doesn't have to do with the superior cognitive functions being Thinker or Feeler). Actually an ENTP can pass as ENFP very well, more than other types.
I don't think ENTPs are that vastly different from INTPs...
There is nothing 'fascinating' about NTs... or the combination of intuition and thinking. What actually does the "magic" people talk is Ni and Te together because of introverted Intuition being the ellusive quintessintial case jung points on. People overrated NT over 'introverted intuitive thinkers' which are not the same because there are extroverted thinkers and that doesn't work the same using Te. I think Ne goes better with Te than Ti, and no matter what people say it's the introverted intuition AND Extraverted Thinking (not even Ni) that is the "magical combination of thought". Please, don't box NT at all because it's not doable, certain cognitive functions are way better on not NTs while other NTs have a lesser cognitive function for a considerable "NT status". So there is no "NT status".
Or else you just simply limit this "status" to xNTJ, and problem solved. NTJ is the best NT and both introverted intuitive extraverted thinkers. Done.
Personally my Fi is much better than my Se. The idea that Fi is the "Devilish" function for INTPs was invented by a guy named John Beebe, and it's an idea I don't agree with.
"no matter what people say it's the introverted intuition AND Extraverted Thinking (not even Ni) that is the "magical combination of thought". Please, don't box NT at all because it's not doable, certain cognitive functions are way better on not NTs while other NTs have a lesser cognitive function for a considerable "NT status". So there is no "NT status"."
According to function theory, the devilish isn't the lowest used, PoLR is. I see the devilish function as being a function that can be used well but is used more unconsciously than any of the others. See it as an angel vs devil on one's shoulder, they are two sides of the same coin. In terms of Ti vs. Fi for INTP, I believe INTPs can be adept at both but will have a more conscious grasp of Ti with a more unconscious grasp of Fi.
It's important to keep in mind that the concept of PoLR is from Socionics, which is a different system from MBTI. I mean I still agree that Se is my weakest function, just not for that reason.