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Thread: ISFjs, how do you experience minus Fi (-ethics of relationships)

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    Default ISFjs, how do you experience minus Fi (-ethics of relationships)

    I'm trying to wrap my head around how Fi can be expressed quantitatively; it's quite difficult. (this probably has something to do with my +Se PoLR.)

    ISFjs, can you offer an example as to how one raises -Fi? How is it that you perceive -Fi as lacking in someone, in society? How do you go about increasing -Fi?

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    I think it's not about the morals like in the stereotype, but instead about this:

    The ESI sees reality primarily through static personal ethics and stable interpersonal bonds between individuals... This is manifested as a very high regard for personal loyalty and integrtity, both on the part of the ESI and of others towards each other and towards the ESI.
    http://wikisocion.org/en/index.php?t...nsing_Introtim

    Your strongest virtue is your ability to ethically evaluate actions of other people. You cannot tolerate injustice and malevolence in others.
    http://www.socionics.com/advan/prof/isfj.htm

    I do respect individuality and don't think that I have a right to impose my personal ethics on others, but I have no patience for selfish expluatation, injustice, stupidity, cruelty and archaic, nonsensical dogmas. A person or society lacking -Fi, ime, would be the one who lacks the positive qualities mentioned above.

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