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    Quote Originally Posted by Zarathustra View Post
    I'm not sure why it's scary, but I'm pretty sure I know why it's derailed...

    Babylon, what did your post have to do with the op?

    Woo Woo Woo. Derail police comin' through! Love your sig btw.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oakysage View Post
    ^ Explains your lack of knowledge of detailed MBTI.
    Not really, given that minor, missable details of a given theory are just that -- minor. You're one to talk about lack of knowledge, you think that thoughts are meaningless to a person's psychological profile. People don't get much more stupid than that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aphrodite-gone-awry View Post
    Woo Woo Woo. Derail police comin' through! Love your sig btw.
    Awww...

    I made it just for you.


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    *feels like the only person here who's looking at the big picture of things in a way*

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    Quote Originally Posted by aphrodite-gone-awry View Post
    *shudders to consider a world of INTJs that deny their Fe*
    Well the world will be much colder place without Fe.
    However we are discusing this from the "can it work ?" perspective.
    (if you know what I mean)

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    Fe is good at reading people, ASO... it's more than just warm and fuzzy
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    Fe is good at reading people, ASO... it's more than just warm and fuzzy
    Any that is important because ............ ? (curious)

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    because a lot of jobs require that skill... how will you know if someone's lying to you, or if they're genuine, for instance? Not to mention, sales would fall flat for everyone if you took Fe out of the equation, which would also hurt manufacturing and the economic impact of that would end up spreading even to the most antisocial nerd
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    Quote Originally Posted by whatever View Post
    *feels like the only person here who's looking at the big picture of things in a way*

    Yes.

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    Fe is good at reading people, ASO... it's more than just warm and fuzzy
    It is a social reciprocal bond. I think you could easily split society along a Te/Fi and a Ti/Fe divide. Either side could drop the other two judging functions and be okay, the society would continue on in a stable way.

    However what's neat is that biology designed us to have all 8.

    The Te/Fi is more suited to heirachal agrarian society while the Ti/Fe is more suited to hunter-gatherer.

    So I wonder if we werent designed to be an adaptable populace. If we ended up settled, the Te/Fi folks would begin to outpopulate the Ti/Fe hunters-yet if things changed and we had to hunt again via a disturbance in equilibrium-the cognitive framework is in place to for the population to become more suited for the hunter gatherer Ti/Fe within a few generations.

    Flexible cognitive evolution. neat-o.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orobas View Post
    Yes.



    It is a social reciprocal bond. I think you could easily split society along a Te/Fi and a Ti/Fe divide. Either side could drop the other two judging functions and be okay, the society would continue on in a stable way.

    However what's neat is that biology designed us to have all 8.

    The Te/Fi is more suited to heirachal agrarian society while the Ti/Fe is more suited to hunter-gatherer.

    So I wonder if we werent designed to be an adaptable populace. If we ended up settled, the Te/Fi folks would begin to outpopulate the Ti/Fe hunters-yet if things changed and we had to hunt again via a disturbance in equilibrium-the cognitive framework is in place to for the population to become more suited for the hunter gatherer Ti/Fe within a few generations.

    Flexible cognitive evolution. neat-o.

    Why are you making the assumption that Ti/Fe and Te/Fi go together? Also, T and F don't really 'go together' anyway; they are anititheses of each other, says Jung, at least. They each go with an irrational function.




    As for Fe, keeping society rolling along smoothly is very important; maybe not the most important in regards to majority survival, but important for quality of life.
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