Originally Posted by msg_v2
(a) "Ni conclusions"? You're an F now? By the way...
He hasn't really made the definitive Ni conclusions on what it means, though. His approach is totally open-ended. He just isn't comfortable with keeping it secret.
(b) You know that video you didn't watch?
"..and you recognise that some of these things are actually abuses. And when you talk to people about them, uh, in a place like this, where this is the normal state of business, people tend not to take them very seriously and, y'know, move on from them. But over time that awareness of wrongdoing sort of builds up, and you feel compelled to talk about it, and the more you talk about it, the more you're ignored, the more you're told it's not a problem, until eventually you realise, these things need to be determined by the public, not by somebody who was simply hired by the government."
So it's of interest that Jung goes on to say...
INTPs suck so much ass, and I should know, but It is different with the morally orientated intuitive. He concerns himself with the meaning of his vision; he troubles less about its further æsthetic possibilities than about the possible moral effects which emerge from its intrinsic significance. His judgment allows him to discern, though often only darkly, that he, as a man and as a totality, is in some way inter-related with his vision, that [p. 510] it is something which cannot just be perceived but which also would fain become the life of the subject. Through this realization he feels bound to transform his vision into his own life. But, since he tends to rely exclusively upon his vision, his moral effort becomes one-sided; he makes himself and his life symbolic, adapted, it is true, to the inner and eternal meaning of events, but unadapted to the actual present-day reality. Therewith he also deprives himself of any influence upon it, because he remains unintelligible. His language is not that which is commonly spoken -- it becomes too subjective. His argument lacks convincing reason. He can only confess or pronounce. His is the 'voice of one crying in the wilderness'.
(c) No, they never do. It's the walls of text that draw most ire.
Gosh, INTJs never criticize INTPs for doing exactly this. Certainly not here.
(d) blow me