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    Quote Originally Posted by fghw View Post
    Es are more comfortable expressing anything than Is. Fs just happen to rely more on emotion. So an E_T_ will be more comfortable expressing emotion than an I_F_, but will be less inclined to do so.
    exactly! you said it so simple!

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    ^ Or, as Jung put it: "Both [extraverts and introverts] are capable of enthusiasm. What fills the extravert's heart flows out of his mouth, but the enthusiasm of the introvert is the very thing that seals his lips."

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    Quote Originally Posted by reckful View Post
    ^ Or, as Jung put it: "Both [extraverts and introverts] are capable of enthusiasm. What fills the extravert's heart flows out of his mouth, but the enthusiasm of the introvert is the very thing that seals his lips."
    If I had any doubts in the past about Jung's attitude towards life, this would seal it. He too faps introversion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agnes View Post
    This is an example of exception. As general rule you respect law against murder cause you don't wanna get murdered too. Imagine if there would be no law against murder, how safe would you feel?
    Laws are only as good as their enforcement, and they are best enforced by a society that agrees on the requirement they embody. I actually refrain from murder, theft, etc. not because it is against the law but rather because I personally consider it to be wrong. I consider it wrong because it deprives others of the rights/freedoms I want for myself. I mention jail and punishment only to indicate that, even absent this internal moral sense, it would make sense for me to obey the law. There are, in fact, some laws I obey only to avoid the punishment of disobeying. To me, such laws make no sense and do no good. I just find obeying them to be less hassle than the punishment, which I suppose is part of the point of (properly enforced) laws to begin with.
    I've been called a criminal, a terrorist, and a threat to the known universe. But everything you were told is a lie. The truth is, they've taken our freedom, our home, and our future. The time has come for all humanity to take a stand...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Coriolis View Post
    I actually refrain from murder, theft, etc. not because it is against the law but rather because I personally consider it to be wrong. I consider it wrong because it deprives others of the rights/freedoms I want for myself.
    I also think that is wrong, but I think that is more reason connected to Fi. Reasons of T would be that of freedom and I said basically the same thing. I just used murder as comparison for being rude. I don't know about you but I don't want people to be rude to me, so I am not to them. But there are always exceptions to that cause sometimes there is no other way than being rude. And I don't see why be rude if I don't need to, except to abuse others. Even if a person is an introvert not in tune with other people's feelings, I think it is not so hard to understand that it's not fair to be mean to someone for no good reason and that is better to generally be nice (not saying that you have to deeply care for someone, but just not hurt them by being rude; cause everyone would be hurt if someone is rude to them). I mean, it seems to me that many people consider themselves so high; like if they have low patience with someone they don't care if they hurt that person; that obviously is not justified act. I don't see myself as God that can decide that I am better than anyone else and therefore I can hurt others but not want anyone to hurt me. I don't know how clear was I about this, but I hope you understood what I meant.

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