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    Default philosophical question on basis of T-F dichotomy

    in your views what does the T-F dichotomy represent? what do the T and F opposite poles symbolize?

    what makes F be mutually exclusive with T?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevero View Post
    in your views what does the T-F dichotomy represent? what do the T and F opposite poles symbolize?

    what makes F be mutually exclusive with T?
    F is thought that is dependent on humanity. T is thought that is independent of humanity. Except, of course, both require humanity, in some sense.

    Am I on the right lines?

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    qualitative/quantitative distinction

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    Both are purely social constructs wich exist only within the system of socionics. Don't bother with the philosophical basis of socionicis, it has enough problems already.

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    how do i dislike a post

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    Quote Originally Posted by labcoat View Post
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    That's a qualitative decision. Not applicable in a forum like this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by labcoat View Post
    qualitative/quantitative distinction
    I believe thinking could be considered qualitative in the sense of technical quality, practicality or efficiency.

    Maybe humane-qualitative/technical-quantitative?

    I prefer to use subjective-evaluation/objective-description, with an emphasis on feeling being the personal assignment of worth, and thinking being the impersonal assignment of meaning.
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    I think Te fuels Fi in that it gives the user awareness of all the logical systems going on in the environment, and then that information is used to build a value system of right and wrong.

    Fe gives meaning to Ti.

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