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Welcome to our SEVENTH ISSUE. In addition to papers on theory and empirical study, this issues contains our regularly appearing feature pages. We invite you to experience the written and visual works of art presented in this issue, to guess the Enneagram and MBTI types of the contributing artists, and to join in on the discussion about type, art, and the written word that these works have precipitated.

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RHETI sampler

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Katharine Downing Myers
Don Riso and Russ Hudson
Lenore Thomson
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Brian Greene

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From our (unmanifest) EIGHTH ISSUE:

John Fudjack:
Six Phases in the Development of Jung's Theory of Types
          posted 6/27/2005

Michael G. Huber:
Counterphobia - Hunting Good Will
          posted 7/04/2002

Roslyn Kopel Gross:
The Characters that Gave Birth to Type? - Isabel Myers' pre-MBTI novel, Murder Yet to Come
          posted 3/04/2002

Roger Clough:
Ouroborus: Story Composition and Analysis Using Feng Shui and the Enneagram
          posted 1/28/2002

John Gonsowski:
Personality, Physics and Spirituality: A Common Geometry
          posted 12/24/2001

John Fudjack and Patricia Dinkelaker:

What We Mean When We Speak of the 'inFp', etc - A Critique of the J/P Designation in the MBTI

The Feeling Function: Level One
The Feeling Function: Level Two
The Feeling Function: Level Three

Roslyn Kopel Gross:

Typing Jane Austen and Charlotte Bronte

Patricia Dinkelaker and/or John Fudjack:

Losing Face - A 3-D Puzzle

Escher's Liminocentric Eye

About Face - Art and Personality

About Face Again -


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