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    Default Values/ideals vs personality type?

    Is there is a correlation or if not, what other personality classification would more or better relate to values?

    Depending on, if some values are coexistant with others per combination or type of each of the four parts. If different values make different (combinations of) parts of the personality or stand for different types undependably of/within a part?

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    Each function in the ego seems to represent a value, and the functions in the superego seem to represent values we don't like to accept. Makes sense, everyone is bias twards their own strengths.

    Ne peopel encourage and vlaue creativity and originality.
    Se people value focus and practicality in others.
    Te people value good business ethics
    Fe people value considerate people
    Ni people value acting on foresite
    Si people value tradition
    Ti people value clarity and validity
    Fi people value love, trust, and other stuff

    theres much more to it, thats just off the top of my head. People also value their duality's ego. Which is your superid. I always wondered if anyone was ever forced as a child to hate their duality's values, and if so would they ever find love?

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    I posted a long time ago about that because I think that is what happened to me (not consciously). Now I think I am over it but I used to be very biased against ESFJs/ISFPs. I think that is what causes a lot of anti-dual sentiment often seen in MB boards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slava (at home)
    Each function in the ego seems to represent a value, and the functions in the superego seem to represent values we don't like to accept. Makes sense, everyone is bias twards their own strengths.

    Ne peopel encourage and vlaue creativity and originality.
    Se people value focus and practicality in others.
    Te people value good business ethics
    Fe people value considerate people
    Ni people value acting on foresite
    Si people value tradition
    Ti people value clarity and validity
    Fi people value love, trust, and other stuff

    theres much more to it, thats just off the top of my head. People also value their duality's ego. Which is your superid. I always wondered if anyone was ever forced as a child to hate their duality's values, and if so would they ever find love?
    Can you do a similar thing (ie descriptions) for clubs, ie

    ST
    NT
    NF
    SF

    I think this would help a lot in typing.

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