I don't know how to address this yet, and I am sure there have been other threads, so point me there.
But this thread is about the overlapping effect that T has into F... or at least "apparently so". Even from a logical standpoint, ethics can be interpreted. I don't think ethics can override a true T, no. But I have seen logical connections to F.
All of my ethical decisions are based on logics, and ethics at time seems like another factor, or another part of the situation. (But I believe that part of this, too, is that in my own mind, when I make "ethical decisions", I use logic. But ethics are more secondary). So I wonder, for an F type is this the same method? (but inverted, of course) Such that, you primaliy make decisions based on ethics, but then use logic (infused with ethics) when in logical situations?
Apologies if this makes no sense at all. My wisdom teeth are acting up.
(I wonder also if j/p plays a part here, as in, whether the judging, rational function is leading or secondary --- and how that afffects all this)
I wonder how this plays a part in dualization, or is related. A dual experience can, I suppose, lead to seeing the overlap, and at least being able to understand that overlap. (I suppose it isn't even necassary to be around a dual, but just an experience that can lead to dualization). For example, after so many years with a few F types, I eventually came to understand a logic behind their ethical/relational approach - humanistic approach. And last night I was explaining the logical side of ethics to a really immature T type (possibly ISTp). It made sense, but it reminded me of this thread taht I had wanted to post some time ago, before the crash.
So, even though it is still from the ingrained functional view, at least awareness of the counterpart can be made. As in, even though a T is still a T type, it can conceive or grasp F, even if only through T terminology.
So any comments about this, or even more so, an possible thoughts abot a Ethical approach to logics would be appreciated. I am sure that you could even translate this into Sensing and Intuition...