No one should expect it. It is like a study for me as well which is why I'm carrying it on.No I don't expect anyone to give up.
I've long since accepted the unbridgeable gap of these divides.
This is more like a study for me.
And I say "so what?" to your view of his supposed use of Te. This is just an example of what I was saying in my previous post. Someone says "Oh, that behavior means this function," and the next says "No, it is actually evidential for this function."Your take on cognitive functions seem very misapplied in my view.
Everybody says he is bouncing ideas off of his collegues.
To me it seems more like a Te gathering of info from his team.
Cause although he know a lot he doesn't know everything.
So he sucks them dry of info.
Foreman uses Te. Te is collective logic. This is logic everyone agrees on and works around. That's why Foreman brings up sensible routes to take when trying to diagnose, because that's what the book says. It's the logic and rules everyone has learnt. House ignores him, as per, because he has Ti.
He doesn't want results per se - not 'Te results' anyway. He wants to figure out the truth, as if a patient is a puzzle to solve. He doesn't necessarily care if they die, or if they are healthy. A couple of episodes, the patient became healthy before he figured it out, and he forced them to stay so he could figure it out. If he was Te orientated, he'd probably just want to make sure they live, because that's his job.But when it comes to actually do something well that is very Te and Se based.
He wants results. And they deal with Te and Se object in other words facts and objects that can be sensed.
How is that anything to do with Ni specifically?His Ni knows that is the object is sick then there will be an underlying condition.
So all he is about is pinpointing how he can rearrange the objects to make the patients healthy again.
Well, House is a misanthrope, what do you expect?His Te/Fi is very apparent, cause the way he clashes with Wilsons Fe/Ti.
Wilson and House can't see eye to eye on certain things, especially morality.
To House his Fe strikes him as putting on a show, to pretend to like someone.
House points this out in many of the conversations with his different staff members.
Why are you reffering this too me? And they will have different Fe and Fi reasons for doing so.
I loved the episode where Wilson wouldn't treat the homeless girl with rabies and House took it since he found it facinating that Wilson wouldn't.
Wilson had put her squarly into the camp of the others.
I don't view your 'Se perspective' as a joke, whatever that may be. Just that it's just one viewpoint vs another, and the very nature of viewpoints is that neither is right or wrong.Your Ne can't consider my Se perspective as relevant as it is viewed as a joke.
Just as I view your Ne views as a joke.
I found it so amusing when my INFP ex had magical and totally misguided views on how basic things around us worked.
And how objects just disapeared for her and she would never find them or knock them over.
From a Se stance she was almost a bit "retarded" in that sense.
That's ironic.But her take on idealistic objects, like the Israel/Palestinian conflicts, oh she had views and it was so real to her.
To me I'm like meh, that shit is so far away and is just a bunch of people being dumb as usual.
No reason to pick "sides" or to condemn one label over the other in a war.
Both sides are cruel and inhuman for even fighting it.
Okay so I've said that and you'll say something and there'll inevitably be more things said but there's no point because it's all about perspective.