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    Default The Moral Foundation of the Types

    Drawing upon Jonathan Haidt's Moral Foundations Theory, I was wondering if you could categorize each type by a central moral fixation. If so, what would those fixations be? What would be sacred?

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    Quote Originally Posted by onemoretime View Post
    Drawing upon Jonathan Haidt's Moral Foundations Theory, I was wondering if you could categorize each type by a central moral fixation. If so, what would those fixations be? What would be sacred?
    I wish this topic had gone somewhere. I see I have some reading to do so I can contribute.

    /resurrect
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    I think this would be really hard (if not impossible) to do for MBTI types. Functions don't really have a moral basis, but they do lead to a moral basis. Because they lead, there isn't going to be a lot of consistency. There might be some patterns with values, but even then they wouldn't be very strong.

    Enneagram however, would be fairly easily categorized by moral points, as that is a lot of what the theory runs off of.
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    Temperament: Choleric/Melancholic
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    Quote Originally Posted by iwakar View Post
    I wish this topic had gone somewhere. I see I have some reading to do so I can contribute.

    /resurrect
    *Poof*

    Oh, back here again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by onemoretime View Post
    *Poof*

    Oh, back here again?
    Let's categorize!

    Loyalty, & Authority: SJ's
    Sanctity: NJ's
    Kindness: F's
    Fairness: T's

    DONE.
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    SJ - Purity, authority
    NT - Fairness
    NF - Care
    SP - Liberty

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    Quote Originally Posted by onemoretime View Post
    SJ - Purity, authority
    NT - Fairness
    NF - Care
    SP - Liberty

    Oh it just started, @Forever
    Oh I forgot Liberty: I'm unsure but yeah let's go with SP

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    I believe there are patterns within American politics, but they seem to be regional not general/universal so I decline to comment further
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    The real and glaring problem with mbti types is that they have no moral foundation.

    The mbti types were plagiarised from Jung's Psychological Types by a mother and daughter with no education in psychometrics.

    Jung was a failed Psychoanalyst and an astrologer who followed the zeitgeist of reification of persons into types.

    We reify persons when we want to control them or worse.

    And American money society has a continuing need to control Americans and the rest of us, and mbti is a great help.

    We have a lovely portrait of American money society in American Honey -


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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    The real and glaring problem with mbti types is that they have no moral foundation.

    The mbti types were plagiarised from Jung's Psychological Types by a mother and daughter with no education in psychometrics.

    Jung was a failed Psychoanalyst and an astrologer who followed the zeitgeist of reification of persons into types.

    We reify persons when we want to control them or worse.

    And American money society has a continuing need to control Americans and the rest of us, and mbti is a great help.

    We have a lovely portrait of American money society in American Honey -

    Mustnt be alone be a need for control. Could be just be a wealthy society completly bored with itself longing for a sense.
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