let me just make it clear: i analyze them as a person, i analyze their potential, i analyze _them_, not my own stuff. if i can see that person A is stuck repeating activity C, because hes not using function D, then i tell them what they are doing wrong and how they could do better.
or if they just otherwise have beliefs that i know to be impartial, then i explain the more likely explanation that explains their impartial understanding of something.
at the second bold: yeah, i need a solid understanding of world, how everything is related to everything.
every unhealthy person causes harm to everyone, if you dont understand their unhealthiness, then your caught offguard and they pull you into it. thus its simply a requirement that you know of every flaw in every one. otherwise you cant dodge them.
btw, i investigate the infj doorslam thing, and my theory is, that both inj's have their own version of this. for infj's, when we realize things aint working, there must be faults in our understanding, so we cut contact until we have it figured out. intj's do the fi version of this. if you hurt intj's feelings, they withdraw until they have resolved their feelings.
look at unhealthy introverts, like fi doms get all absorbed in their feelings. isfp's getting all super paranoid of other peoples motivations, and infp's suchking the feelings out of other people, instead of using Te to chat about useful things.
istj's get all over sensualistic, thinking the only point of existence is to experience sensuality, so much, that they start manipulating others to get sensual experiences with them, without their consensus.
Ni doms get so absorbid in intuition, that we lose connection to the reality and think our view on it is the real reality.
can you think for yourself, or does my theory still seem crap, even with the backing of empirical evidence?