indolence (plural indolences)
Habitual laziness or sloth.
born with an incurable indolence of mind and body
Indolence and vacillation were legibly impressed on his appearance and expression.
This isn't a thread about "N's are lazy in comparison to S's" (though maybe we are!). This is about how I feel most S's CANT HELP but FEEL/THINK that N's are lazy.in·tu·i·tive/inˈt(y)o͞oitiv/Adjective
1. Using or based on what one feels to be true even without conscious reasoning; instinctive.
<> I specifically prefer the word "indolent", because to me it evokes the "physical" sense of laziness. Sure, an INTP who learns physics on his own time might not sound lazy, but an INTP who is so indolent that he barely takes of himself sure sounds lazy.
<> ENFJ talks to ESFJ about "how the world works". They'll both agree that "ya....xyz is true now...its the only way possible these days". The ENFJ will think, "who cares if its true! I dont have to like it, and i refuse to just plow through it". The ESFJ will find the ENFJ to indolent and think, "just man up and DO IT".
<> The whole "idea" of being intuitive sort of "enforces" laziness. You are literally taking mental short cuts! To the N's, we are just smart enough to see that A often leads to D, so why bother dealing with B and C? The S's think we're indolent for not going through the whole stupid progression of A B C D.
<> Many N's try to focus on the "bigger things" in life. S's often are first concerned with their physical comfort. Thus, could we see S's blaming N's as lazy, and N's blaming S's as "productivists"?
Any thoughts on this?