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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    It just means you tend to see certain things socially that others don't necessarily see. Does mean you're more likely to navigate with them in mind. Doesn't mean you necessarily find them compelling.
    Agreed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skylights View Post
    ^ Same thing goes for the Social variant, for what it's worth.

    It just means you tend to see certain things socially that others don't necessarily see. Does mean you're more likely to navigate with them in mind. Doesn't mean you necessarily find them compelling.
    Agreed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephano View Post
    Thoughts on that?
    While I agree with many of the sentiments in this thread...I, at the very same time, am reminded of how relative these kind of things are. What may be deemed "Fe rising up against social norms" in an individaul like Dr. MLK Jr. may look like nothing of the sort to this man...




    MBTI does not get the final word on these things...but I do see correlations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by garbage View Post
    I detest when this comes up.

    It'd be akin to claiming that all Te-users living during and just after Copernicus's time believed that the sun revolved around the earth.

    Nobody seems to recognize this. Norms are norms.
    Actually, 1 in 4 American adults still do believe this. (I personally thank the magic of standardized testing in our public school system.)

    But yeah, it sorta just amazes me that people aren't a little more aware of how they sound when they talk about Fe. But I guess that's Pe or Te for you.
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    I notice a lot of issues with extremely narrow perspectives of cognitive functions. The nature of Fe is simply to evaluate interpersonal matters based on values from an objective viewpoint (As relates to the outside world rather than personal desires). This could be adhering to social norms for the better of society(usually when paired with Si), trying to change society for the better (as with Ni), or absolutely hating society and everything about it(lower in the functional stack). The key theme is society and interpersonal values as opposed to personal values that are not concerned with others.

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    Would someone who is not concerned with social norms bother with changing them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Z Buck McFate View Post
    Alright, that's it. The net intelligence quotient has gone below the point of no return. Time to break out the Gestapo and start killing people.

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