I have read much better descriptions of Fi. The above description is a simplistic explanation sort of like Fi For Dummies.
"Bringing their inner system of values to fruition in the real world is usually not important to them."
- Wrong. What's the use of painstakingly cultivating these values if I don't actually uhm ... use them in any beneficial way.
"They may view virtually anything as innately good or innately bad, as positive or negative."
- Well, furnitures are neutral. Let's not get silly.
"Have unquestioning faith in their own values."
- I question and tweak my values all the time in order to fit in the new information.
"Assumes everyone's values are absolute so there is no sense in disputing them."
- I have asked several people why they believe in their religion and tried to understand them logically and ethically. I don't go too far because I respect the right of each and every one to believe in whatever they want. But I ask questions. And if it really makes no sense, I tell them that it really makes absolutely no sense.
"I have a sense of right and wrong that I cannot explain."
- I can always explain.
"Knowing when others are in internal distress."
- because they all look kind of constipated.