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He challenged me to a fight.
If he won't give me his address, I'll give him mine.
Since last thread got locked before I had time to reply to it I'll add this here:
If this is correct and you stand to what you have said I think some people on here who self-type particular type are not those types they think they are, then you have a case for people who helped to solidify such typing, which is quite funny.Quoting the Bible i.e. referencing an outside source to see what is acceptable ethical practice would be the work of extraverted ethics actually - Fe. Introverted ethics is formulating your own ethical stand point as it is a Ji funcion.
EDIT: Hey EyeSeeCold, what's the point in locking your thread, you're outnumbered here. Is this you saying "I give up, I am LII ?" Yes or no ? I think yes.
Last edited by Absurd; 04-04-2011 at 07:23 PM.
Hmm...I don't know if it's that simple in this case though. If you grew up with an ingrained belief of certain ethics that the bible teaches, it becomes your Fi with an appearance of Fe. I don't agree that Fi is only limited to concern of relationships as that would make this seem, it leaves too much variance in behavior uninstantiated.This is what I meant to say that I have never seen a discussion where you would be defending your own individual ethical judgments as types would do. Taking on what is collectively considered to be ethical such, as what the Bible says, is expression of Fe.
The way you define it here is that Fi would have little appreciation for 'getting along with people' and instead have a propensity for being as selfish as possible. But it is often Fi that considers what they think is best for everyone else or humanity as a whole rather than only them-self or the relationships that benefit them.
Huh, I think I'm still confused though...wouldn't we then be making a correlation between narcissism and Fi, suggesting that those with weak Fi are essentially less narcissistic? Perhaps there's another interpretation for this then? It seems the other extreme would be that Fi is also a measurement of bonding with another human being, which I suppose is what I prefer to understand as love.
Okay, nevermind, I think I understand your point. That would explain why Fi-PoLR and Fi-DS can be seen as narcissistic.
Perhaps, with very little Fi bonds a person ends up on the narcissistic spectrum, whereas with a high amount of Fi bonds a person ends up on the 'self-sacrificing for-their-love' martyr spectrum (like Jesus).
So if Fe is the sense of an emotional connection to the surroundings, then I guess weak Fe would be seen as someone disconnected from their surroundings, whereas strong Fe would be all about creating an emotional connection to everything.
Seems to make sense when I frame it that way. And clarifies the big differences between Te and Fe creative.
Thanks for posting that.
From real life observations of meeting a couple of narcissists it seems to have something to do with having Fe as mobilizing function aka the hidden agenda "to be loved", which in case of NPD I suppose gets distorted into expectations of continuous admiration from others. My small sample of narcissist consisted entirely of ENTps. I am not sure how NPD unfolds for other types but these ENTps seemed to have a classic case of it - always requesting Fe from others. They do have Fi as PoLR
If you're supposed to use Fe as one of your main functions, say creative for example, and for some reason it's just very weak, may be as a child you had very high fever one time and portion of the brain responsible for processing Fe got damaged as a result, that I believe can indeed lead to higher introversion, greater dissociation from environment and even some personality disorder.
- - Response to Typhon's Stupid Police proposition
- - Response to THA's feigned offence at the disillusion of a real Santa
- - Response to Absurd's "And there was light" quote.
- - Response to Ryene Astraelis' call for a bitchslapping
- - Response to Ashton's skepticism.
1.) I thought it wasn't conscientious of people who make innocent mistakes and who are naturally less capable in intellectualism.
2.) A joke response, I just found the Bible interesting to quote in such a situation. The quote was in my queue actually, I was waiting to use it.
3.) Philosophy; to stir mental contemplation.
4.) A joke response, but still, violence justifies(can cause) more violence.
5.) A joke response, Ashton was of little faith of my ILIness. (+?)
I thought I posted more than that.
Last edited by EyeSeeCold; 04-08-2011 at 08:59 PM.