It's not a universal right and wrong. Read it again. The interpretation of what the Fi-dom feels from their collective unconscious is very personal, but the collective unconscious is not personal - that's where the universal aspect comes in. Maybe you don't like the idea of the collective unconscious - well, that's your opinion then, but it's a part of Jung's theory....I am immedietely skeptical of any universal right and wrong. But that point aside, in what way does this definition of Fi conflict with my examples?
My problem with the examples was the way they made both types seem ridiculous. Hence, my response which mocked it.Originally Posted by Jung