And I didn't say INFPs are prone to changing their ideals. I actually said the opposite. How is this disproving my argument?Wrong. According to the famous psychologist Sigmund Freud (he worked with Carl Jung), one's personality is formed when one is 5 years old.
At least at that age, one could start to form ideals. If you don't stick to your ideals, they're not ideals. It's as simple as that.
I'm not saying INFPs are not idealistic, but I'm saying that INFJs are more idealistic, for that reason.
There is more than one way to pursue one's ideals, and more than one way to define success in that pursuit.If you don't try to accomplish your ideals, you apparently don't want it that bad, unless you're lazy or incompetent. Any normal human being would try to accomplish his ideals if the ideals are strong.
Well whoop-de-do and congrats to him, I guess.Was it practical for Hitler to kill the jews? No, but he accomplished it anyway.
I suppose in this twisted view of the world, if one isn't slaughtering people efficiently enough, you could say it's because they're not enough of an idealist. I seriously wonder if you're confusing idealism with fundamentalism.
Circular reasoning yet again. You are yet to prove that it applies to INFJs MORE than INFPs.No problem here, since it suits an INFJ perfectly.
Hitler was a politician, later dictator, and Gandhi was a politician as well, and a revolutionary. Politics is absolutely a form of art.Are you trolling? Because all this is make less and less sense with every moment.Just because it has the word "percieved" in it, doesn't mean anything.
And no. That's just the definition of Philosophy and Theory. Idealism can't be generalized like that because it's an own individual's opinion.
Every Type is idealistic to a degree, but the INFJ is the most idealistic type.
Where do you establish the claim that Js are harder to manipulate than Ps?By the way: Percievers are easier to manipulate than Judgers, and you know why. In case not, I'll explain.
When someone is hard to manipulate, that someone is stubborn.
When someone is stubborn, that someone is more idealistic.
You know what that means. Judgers are more idealistic than Percievers.
Where have you proven Js are more stubborn than Ps?
Where is the evidence that stubbornness = idealism?