Tertiary and inferior Fi also sometimes lead TJs to view large numbers of people as "troglodytes": soulless or stupid creatures whose rotten situations in life derive only from their own intrinsic rottenness-of-soul. To take a comic example, Lex Luthor's lamentation in Superman, "Why is the world's greatest criminal genius surrounded by nincompoops?"As an Inferior Function, Fi typically leads ETJs to acts of self-destructive hedonism, creation of opera-like drama in their lives and the lives of those around them, obsession with "integrity" (like going down with the ship), instant and irresponsible abandonment of anything they don't like (the opposite of going down with the ship), and bizarre solitary acts of atonement for the harms they've done to others. Sometimes inferior-Fi leads ETJs to preach and even practice a sort of hyper-selfishness, e.g. Ayn Rand and the Landmark Forum. "I'm doing fine, so why should I give a damn about you?" (Very different from highly developed Fi, which leads you to see all people as connected and the highest joy of life as the experience of that connection.)You'll find the most meat for this thread in descriptions involving tertiary and inferior functions, by the way. They're usually the most "reaching" and groan-worthy.Is it possible to take an Extraverted Feeling attitude alone on a desert island?
Extraverted feelers are forced to, but they might very well quickly become neurotic. If they had at least one other person to orient to they would probably be ok, or at least stable. Long term effects of isolation would be interesting (possibly look at psychological records of people who have been kept in solitary (some of which would probably be Fes)).
To maintain sanity, they would most likely turn to romantic fantasies (esp. romantic fantasies of being rescued), etc....
This might actually force them to focus on improving themselves.
Oh, and Socionics is ripe, too.
As far as deconstructing these sorts of assertions? I'll leave it up to someone else if they want; I'm satisfied with "they're patently ridiculous."