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    Feeling types are weak like the Gods they pray to!





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    Actually it's introversion that is subjective and extraversion that is objective, it's a little different from the layman's sense of those words though. I=subject-referential, E=object-referential. Feeling is only "subjective" in the layman's sense in that it operates evaluatively, not conceptualy, so that it seems more personal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LunaLuminosity View Post
    Actually it's introversion that is subjective and extraversion that is objective, it's a little different from the layman's sense of those words though. I=subject-referential, E=object-referential. Feeling is only "subjective" in the layman's sense in that it operates evaluatively, not conceptualy, so that it seems more personal.
    Sorry, my sentence may not have been clear. My thought is that feelers are most likely to prefer engaging in activities that are more personal in nature, while thinkers prefer to engage in activities that are more impersonal in nature.

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    In general, yes. To get more specific, introverted judging processes (Fi and Ti) are more subjective than their extraverted counterparts (Te, Fe). Introverted feeling is obviously very subjective, but so is introverted thinking by virtue of the fact that the criteria that it analyzes is an internal choice. Extraverted feeling and Extraverted thinking are oriented towards externals - extraverted thinking being the more obviously verifiable and therefore subjective.

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