I wonder if it is possible for people to not feel superior to anyone else. Most social identifications serve that purpose whether religious, astrological, political, cultural, or more constructed ideas like typology. I think to not feel superior a person would have to eliminate all ideas of "Us vs. Them" and not have any individual or group of people as their "existential other". The closest I can think is to assume that you would be exactly like anyone else if you had lived their life.
I've been on these forums since 2007 (2005 at the other I think), so I know what is being described. I think there is a problem for "sensors" here, but it was a bit of a problem before this site to be a "feeler" at the other site.
The first man to raise a fist is the man who's run out of ideas. H.G. WELLS
The first principle is that you must not fool yourself, and you are the easiest person to fool. FEYNMAN If this is monkey pee, you're on your own.SCULLY
I truly think/believe that to categorize/judge is a natural strong impulse for basically everyone. It seems to boil down to familiar vs. different and comfortable vs. unease. paradigms.
I read many posts with an imagined bag of popcorn in my hands, gloriously stuffing it into my imagined fat face, for exactly this reason.
Typology systems are excellent at providing us with a framework and vocabulary for self-discovery, and they augment our own mental models that help us classify other people in our heads in various useful ways.. but our mental models aren't easily generalizable and extendable to the real world. When we bring them out into the world for purposes that are far removed from philosophical exercise ("INFPs sure do like cheeseburgers"), we tend to just look silly.