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    Without Fi, YOU WOULD ALL STILL BE SAVAGES!

    CIVILIZATION CAN'T FUNCTION WITHOUT FI.

    We dominate all. We are like one of those seemingly unimportant, teeny tiny species who actually keeps the entire biological ecosystem together.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Quinlan View Post
    It would be like a magnificent ship without a rudder.
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    I regularly get nightmares about being estj in another life, so it'd be borderline awkward to seriously put up the house for Fi. I think it has the potential to be the most sinister, inhuman of functions, particularly in the infp, which cancels out the happily ever afters.

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    About what I said earlier, I was being impersonal, so quote it complete! And about the deathbed... I've been really close to that, and I don't regret anything, still think Fe is kind of pathetic... About the Fi savage thing... Actually, no Fe would be more likely to make us savages, but let's note that humans, actually every being in this planet... Nobody is savage by nature... Otherwise, define savage first...
    "Please don't have children, overpopulation is the real fuss of this world"-Composed by me...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sesshoumaru View Post
    About what I said earlier, I was being impersonal, so quote it complete! And about the deathbed... I've been really close to that, and I don't regret anything, still think Fe is kind of pathetic... About the Fi savage thing... Actually, no Fe would be more likely to make us savages, but let's note that humans, actually every being in this planet... Nobody is savage by nature... Otherwise, define savage first...
    haha sorry. was just trying to prevent rollover butthurt from the Fe thread.

    i agree that no Fe would make us more like savages

    Fi has a rebellious streak... good thing, too.

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    Life would be a lot easier and less painless without Fi.
    On the other hand it would be dull and boring without it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Metaphor View Post
    The world would be a better place without Fi or at least as an inferior function!!!!!!!!!!
    Sweetheart, you wouldn't be half as adorable and datable without Fi...
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    Fi is rebellious by nature... Could be both true and false... The dominant people who set the idea of "manners" (just as example) for the first time ever (yeah, probably a very long time ago), were Fi users, the emergent human emotions... And the Fe conformism submitted the others... And it could be true if you only see the present...
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    A world without Fi will be one where greedy global corporations get rich without any thought to the consequences of what they are doing.

    Oh, wait a minute...

    On a more serious note, without Fi, there will be less emotional disagreements between people. It will be one big happy human family with unanimous consensus. Whether having a Stepford Wives scenario is a good thing is a matter of debate
    4w5, Fi>Ne>Ti>Si>Ni>Fe>Te>Se, sp > so > sx

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    A world without Fi would be one where people do not get nearly as offended, would get along with others better, would be far more objective, and would be really hard to motivate. Ti and Fe can take over for most of the good parts of Fi though.

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