Do FPs (primary Fi) define Fi much differently than TJs (inferior Fi)?
I could be wrong here, because I have not actually read a description of Fi in a while, but Fi as described by Authority seems to be overly morality-centric.
When I talk about Fi I am more inclined to talk about ephemeral artsy shit and moods. Stuff like how the weather is making me feel and how a certain artist is really hitting the spot with a certain piece of work.
INTJs (tertiary Fi), for example, seem more likely to verbalize the morality side of Fi. Stuff like mating with an equal and issues of compromised character integrity.
Of course, it is not totally one-sided: sometimes INTJs talk about how they like the lighting in the parking lot at night and I talk about 'morality', but generally I seem to be in tune with a different (part of) Fi than INTJs are.
The forest and the trees:
So maybe somebody is missing the big picture. Take me and the INTJ, and jump to Te now (ENFP has tertiary Te). I am probably more organized than our example INTJ of similar age. Organization and systemization is a very Te thing (I think). But how can I be more 'Te' than an INTJ? One conclusion is that I made a logical error somewhere and misappropriated my time; I was organizing while the INTJ was doing something more important. So why am I more organized than someone with 'greater' Te? Do people with inferior functions express those functions differently than people who possess those specific primary functions (tertiary Fi versus auxilary Fi; tertiary Te versus auxilary Te)?
I have started two topics here. But let us talk about Fi first. Or not.