in my childhood i had this extp friend, Chris.
he had a high metabolism, lean but strong body and a rather big one eyed snake wrapped in expensive underwear. yes, he would show it off, both of it.
he would get everything he wanted, pussy and authority. without having to fight for it. eventually someone like me had to challenge this routine, but that is a different story.
shame, jealousy, or any feeling of intimidation were unknown to him. loyalty as well, meaning he got the pussy without the relationship.
when he saw nuns or Amish people, he had feelings of disgust. how could someone live like that? how could someone not want to "integrate" properly with society. of course, referring to nuns, by "to integrate" he would mean as much as: show some ass.
this was a projection of his egocentric value system. "if someone is not a extp, he is not an authentic human being, deserves no respect and is useless anyway. at best he is cute." but projection of egocentric values is normal, that's not the topic here. the values are.
how are the values of intuitives and sensory extp different from each other? are they?
let's focus on early values, because they are more or less common to everyone that would participate in the thread. that's why i gave an early example. you cant compare values of different stages.
but feel free to add your own examples.
don't all young extp want the same? party, power, sex? the good clothing label, the newest skateboard?
if the intuitives were more iconoclastic - would that mean, they hate nuns and Amish even more, because nuns and Amish pray to icons, or would that mean, that they hate them less, because they would be aware, that sex and party are icons as well, and so life, that is dancing around different icons, is essentially still the same life?