Lately, I have been wondering quite a lot what I actually am in terms of the MBTI and the Jungian cognitive functions. I test as an INTx but the cognitive functions test claims that in addition to Ni, Ne, Ti and Te, I also have Fi on at least "good" level. It's actually higher than either of my N-functions. Si and Se are limited and Fe unused.
As far as I know, Fe is about need to connect with people and reach for harmony between people even when that might compromise being true to oneself.
I think I am basically a T, quite strong one actually, but yet I surprisingly often see myself acting as if I was acting according to Fe. It is not as pure Fe as I think Fe should be to be real but it's rather something that my logic says fitting the situation. I mean, considering harmony in a group work, for example, I will not be the one to actively build that but I will surely notice anyone else's attempts to do so and I will usually aim to support those action without making too much noise about that.
So what I am wondering is what am I actually doing in those situations. My own assumptions are that either (or both) I logically know that harmony between others is for my good as well (I could do without harmony but not without other people and I know most people couldn't do without harmony) or it's my Fi working via my Te.
Myy "Fe" is not about caring about individuals just because of themselves but rather about knowing that caring about them will make the environment a better place to be in and will thus help me as well. Also, I rarely bother to make an action to support an individual the F-way because I don't think I am any good at such things but I do see when such support is needed and will try to help indirectly.
What is all this about? Is it Fe after all, is it unselfishness or is it just pure selfish logic?