I heard someone say today that arrogance is related to the fact that impulses can not be controlled. I often hear that someone's impulses can not be controlled but I don't relate it to any category other than that. I'm wondering if this correlates to function use and weakness or even POLR.
What function is responsible for control of these impulses that if one has a lacking of makes one in a way arrogant? I was thinking control and bold movements or speech, so possibly a lack of Se.
As far as function placement, I'm thinking a weak function, yet complex/mental, possibly inert and accepting. I'm not sure about evaluatory/situational, but the POLR seems to fit the position.
This would mean that LII and EII could tend to be more arrogant (if there were a bigger mental issue), and I'm not sure how that plays out in your opinion.