Socionics :: Information Elements
Te: External dynamics of objects. Objects in motion. Efficiency, productivity (just get a job fag etc.)
I notice when I go for a walk, I absolutely *hate* how often outside objects are moving, especially in American society. It drives me bonkers, drains me of my psychic energy and I have a hard time concentrating. I notice other types this just doesnít bother them they filter it out in ways I canít seem to. Even if there are things Iíd like to do, Iím too drained by the journey and how everything is moving to even bother caring.
Ne: Internal statics of objects. Potentiality of objects.
This is annoying to me because Ne-valuing types put too much emphasis on how much outside places and institutions will effect my internal states. Ne-types will give a lot of potentials and possibilities to help me but I already know intuitively if something will work or not with my Ni, so they annoy me with their suggestions. I prefer the Ni way in that I already know intuitively how all their suggestions will work out so itís more a matter of looking in each object deeper and what choice will be the lesser of all evils for me. In fact I hated the gay childhood shows on TV so much that preached to me that in order for me to know if I liked something or not I had to do it. Thatís just not fucking true AT ALL for me, itís just some annoying Ne-clichť.
Itís also annoying for me to get Ne because Iím already so good at Ne. I just donít really talk about it or Ďactivateí it like Ne-types do.
Si: External dynamics of fields. Tangible connections between processes happening in one place and time.
I notice a lot of creative writing teachers tried to make me more Si then I thought was necessary. Although I know itís important in writing to show and donít tell, and to use more nouns and verbs, I always felt that describing physical sensations took away from what was happening. Who fucking cares how specifically and exactly good the carrot cake tasted or how well you described the living room. Se is just blunt and better to me. When people say Si comments I find them Ďinterestingí but I also am always like ĎAnd the point isÖ.í Although I do need to have more physical context in my stories, Iíd never do them in a Si way because they always want to go annoyingly more deeper into it then I feel is necessary.
Fi: Internal statics of fields. Subjective relationships between objects.
The only part of this that really bothers me (usually itís boring to me and very demonstrative-function-like) is the moral judgement part of Fi which only really comes into play if itís a valued function. Like all the times in Starr deltas criticized me for drawing pictures of naked men throat fucking each other or women being beat up. They saw me as the bad guy when really the cool people knew I was just a laid-back guy that liked making friends. They tried to punish me for it because I offended them so much. When Deltas get all morally offended and on a Ďfi-rampageí I find it both amusing and silly and I just sort of let them self-destruct with that.
Of course, Starr is an extreme example of unhealthy Betas and unhealthy Deltas pissing each other off royally, but still it fits. Iím reading this and wow. It really does work!