Fi implies reliance on internal values. Ti users could be self-absorbed as well, but in a more haughty intellectual manner. Fi users with egotistical values are just capricious and stubbornly want to get what they want all the time.Anyone could be self absorbed. Fi does not imply self absorbed selfishness.
No, not at all. I'm just pointing out that Fi isn't universally good and idealistic. My argument for Harry's lack of Fi is that he doesn't display a preferential value set. He's just uniformly sympathetic.I don't use my Fe the same way others do. Each one could use his/her functions the way they are inclined to. It is obvious that you are making relations to your Fi and Harry's Fi and seeing differences. So you simply believe that Harry couldn't be possibly an Fi user.
Way to fail at reading comprehension. My point here was that even an ESTP would not bask in the spotlight under such bleak circumstances; nothing to do with his heroic tendencies.It is ESTPs who are naturally heroic and brave. Not ISFP. I've seen over and pover and over again ESTP being pissed off and take actions when people around them whether they like them or not are treated unfairly.
So your point actually proves that he is an ISFP. Not an ESTP. ESTP would not wait or does not have to wait till his parents get killed to take on a mission to bring down an asshole. An ISFP would.
Outright falsehood. He had no fucking idea what his destiny was until like the end of the fifth book, but every single book revolved around how he would take it upon himself to rid the school of some menace or another. Of course they were all Voldemort-related, but he did not know that.Harry was pushed in to that destiny. This is why he became a hero.
Furthermore, an Fi user would be highly liable to run away from said destiny out of fear, since it spelled almost certain death. He accepted it was upon him to kill Voldemort, because somebody had to. Voldemort was hurting innocent people.