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    As for me, i have doubts and uncertain about them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    No, but which type is? An ESTP might try to beat up a cop, I suppose.
    ISTP, INTP, and INTJ. ISTJ is too traditional, and extraverts and feelers are too conformist.

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    I am generally pretty cynical about authority figures, rules and regulations. Generally I follow laws due to being cursed with the ability to perceive negative repercussions when not. The way I perceive authority tends to drive me away from team work towards individual work. From generalist to specialist. Good in some ways, bad in others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    ISTP, INTP, and INTJ. ISTJ is too traditional, and extraverts and feelers are too conformist.
    An ISTJ can set his or her own "traditions" that fly in the face of established external authority.
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    I dislike it when people open their mouths and words come out, it's like watching a living potato speak and their tongue is a leaf of lettuce. It's why I hate talking myself and why im soooo quiet, because I can feel my lettuce tongue boinging round and I feel an urge to....BITE IT!

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    Even though it is often thinking types that are most rigidly enforcing the rules, ironically it is also thinking types that are most often rigidly resisting the rules! I think it has to do with thinkers generally although not as a strict rule having a lower agreeableness level, since they strive on conflict rather than harmony.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    feelers are too conformist.
    LOLOLOLOLOLOLOL

    you need to hang out with some different F types.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    Even though it is often thinking types that are most rigidly enforcing the rules, ironically it is also thinking types that are most often rigidly resisting the rules! I think it has to do with thinkers generally although not as a strict rule having a lower agreeableness level, since they strive on conflict rather than harmony.
    I found this to be true when comparing my INTP twin brother (although I think he's both more S and more E than I am). He would resist authority directly when it was incorrect or stupid, while I was much more likely to (sometimes passive-aggressively, I admit) try to fly underneath the radar.

    When it came to matters of ill-intent and those that intruded upon personal definition, then I was the one who became more oppositional and my twin would just shrug and give the appearance of minimal compliance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mal+ View Post
    I've noticed that IXFPs have particular issues with authority, namely, being told what to do in an authoritarian tone of voice, obeying traffic laws, and other things of this nature. Since every function has a problem with its inferior it occurred to me that the Fi-dom must be showing its Te inferior by having problems with authority figures and external laws.
    I think all types have a problem with being told what to do in a boss wayl. its just that interpretations of bossy vary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CzeCze View Post
    I think all types have a problem with being told what to do in a boss wayl. its just that interpretations of bossy vary.
    I agree with that, I think Fidelia posted some good stuff on this topic aways back too.

    I think perhaps its more evident in an emotional response way when it is a reaction by a feeling dominant individual. Although to be honest I think that most peoples responses to authority may be different if they truly realised that they are authorities too to others, so while in one context they may be subject to it in another they will be subjecting others to authority or be required to. Or maybe not. I've seen all kinds of weird reactions by people ambivalent about authority to being placed in a position of authority, the full spectrum of authoritarianism to abdication.

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