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Nocapszy, why do you think F functions are linked to emotions?
I double checked many function descriptions and F is in no way linked to emotions (except by a few descriptions dealing with the symptoms, not the disease). It is linked to being able to decipher emotions, but that's because it deals with tones, images, feelings etc. Which help in noticing emotions in yourself and others. However, T functions can do the same thing, they just need more skill and experience to pull it off with objective reasoning. Whereas subjective reasoning (feeling) is much better at dealing with subjective things like emotions without much prior experience.
I know non-J functions can affect what trigger certain emotions and J functions can do the same indirectly (by affecting your emotional development), but that seems to be the only link that can be made. An F or a T can both value emotions, as they are both J functions, and any value judgement made on emotion has nothing to do with F functions. F functions are just better at reasoning with that kind of stuff.
The same can be said with T and logic. T functions only seem more logical because it is easy to express objective reasoning objectively. F functions have a hard time expressing themselves objectively, so it's more difficult to see the logic in them.
I always thought of it as:-
Te-objectively processing objective input.
Ti-subjectively processing objective input.
Fe-objectively processing subjective input.
Fi-subjectively processing subjective input.