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    Quote Originally Posted by anticlimatic View Post
    Socialism = Te
    Or Fe (but for different reasons).

    Te tends to categorise and classify, looking for evidence in the world. Fe does the same but on a personal level, it sees people as part of a greater whole. Most collectivist ideologies are strong in Fe, Te (or both). Individualist ideologies, by contrast, are strong in Fi or Ti. Fi rejects both Fe and Te as too inconsiderate of individual identity and differences (notice the INFP - INFJ differences in opinion). We currently live in a very Fi dominant society, at the expense of other values. Ti believes Fe generalises too much and dislikes Te empiricism.

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    Hey, it seems like it's trendy to be a 23 something bearkin LBQT Afroasian transgender special snowflake so I'm going to be one even though I'm a platinum blonde sucking daddy off to get my gender studies degree. Though I know I'll end up being a trophy bride to some guy ten years my senior, I'll abandon my values and love becoming his birth machine. Racism is disgusting. <--- Fe.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post


    Or Fe (but for different reasons).

    Te tends to categorise and classify, looking for evidence in the world. Fe does the same but on a personal level, it sees people as part of a greater whole. Most collectivist ideologies are strong in Fe, Te (or both). Individualist ideologies, by contrast, are strong in Fi or Ti. Fi rejects both Fe and Te as too inconsiderate of individual identity and differences (notice the INFP - INFJ differences in opinion). We currently live in a very Fi dominant society, at the expense of other values. Ti believes Fe generalises too much and dislikes Te empiricism.

    Hey, I'm a 23 something bearkin LBQT Afroasian transgender special snowflake looking to understand my own weirdness LOL XD <--- FiiiiiIIIIIII

    Hey, it seems like it's trendy to be a 23 something bearkin LBQT Afroasian transgender special snowflake so I'm going to be one even though I'm a platinum blonde sucking daddy off to get my gender studies degree. Though I know I'll end up being a trophy bride to some guy ten years my senior, I'll abandon my values and love becoming his birth machine. Racism is disgusting. <--- Fe.

    Because FEELZ.

    Try this one on for size:



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    Quote Originally Posted by grey_beard View Post
    Because FEELZ.

    Try this one on for size:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kullervo View Post
    We currently live in a very Fi dominant society, at the expense of other values.
    With you on that one.

    I agree that Fe is collectivist, but not in the manner that bureaucratic administration is. Fe seems to me to aim for a universal feeling, but doesn't really go for constructing the external rules and logistics of it. I put those more in the realm of thought (Te). Since Fi and Te are bound together, if we're a heavy Fi society we're also a heavy Te society. Wasn't always so. I find it extremely unfortunate. The reason I think you see a lot of Fe dom/aux types on the socialism bandwagon is because it's currently the majority, and Fe dom/auxes are auto chameleons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anticlimatic View Post
    Fe dom/auxes are auto chameleons.
    No.
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    INFJ Canadian weighing in here. It's the Canadian part that makes me a special snowflake in this thread. I am left of centre, here in Canada land though not all the way left. To an American I will look like a socialist though. I believe in capitalism but am willing to pay higher taxes for social programmes I see as valuable. Social programmes are not socialism and it is bonkers to think of actually doing away with capitalism. I suspect there is no perfect system and there is no system that will make all people happy.

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    I'm an INFP, and I've gotta say I'm more inclined to dislike capitalism because of the way it seems to place money/the final product at a higher value than individual people, which is at conflict with my ideals. But I don't know enough about socialism (or other systems) to determine if that would be any better.
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    Default I'm gonna piss a lot of people off with this thread

    I'm a NFJ and I don't assume that everyone should get the same amount of money, but I believe whoever has the ability to invest in him/her self or in some properties owes it to the society to work as much as he/she can to pay the taxes, and whoever has the most amount of money owes it to the society to pay taxes and do charity to create better opportunities for those less fortunate who are trying to work out their way in life..
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    I am an ENFJ and I am a fairly strong capitalist. I don't believe in the extravagant raises executives give themselves but I also don't believe in taxing the hell out of people who worked hard to accumulate wealth.

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