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    Senior Member alcea rosea's Avatar
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    ^ But on the other hand are intuition and sensing / thinking (objective decision making) and feeling (value based decision making) actually the opposites? I mean, it is possible that they aren't actually opposites but just different features of people.

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    Plus that it is hard to define intellectuality for Feeler types. They'ld always need to show a great deal of organization, management and detached rationality to convince their subjective insights into how a person feels are true. If they'ld go by "I have the feeling that", this society and their prevailing norms wouldnt give them the benefits of calling them intellectual, they'ld rather call them empathical. Yet in my book especially those last two words always go together
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    You guys are crazy.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alcea rosea View Post
    ^ But on the other hand are intuition and sensing / thinking (objective decision making) and feeling (value based decision making) actually the opposites? I mean, it is possible that they aren't actually opposites but just different features of people.
    You can't have one function without the other. The points of differentiation are arbitrary. Function theory is about preferences, not absolutes. That's why thinking of the tradition pairings as continuum scales work so well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by entropie View Post
    Plus that it is hard to define intellectuality for Feeler types. They'ld always need to show a great deal of organization, management and detached rationality to convince their subjective insights into how a person feels are true. If they'ld go by "I have the feeling that", this society and their prevailing norms wouldnt give them the benefits of calling them intellectual, they'ld rather call them empathical. Yet in my book especially those last two words always go together
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