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    Quote Originally Posted by Giggly View Post
    Thank you. It's true. so much so that I often doubt Fi and Fe functions exist separately.

    What I know of Mariah Carey as a person - ISFJ.
    I agree with all that.

    Yoda is an INTP (look at Einstein, same sort of guy)

    Fi i more aloof, but not more emotionnaly disconnected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    I agree with all that.

    Yoda is an INTP (look at Einstein, same sort of guy)

    Fi i more aloof, but not more emotionnaly disconnected.
    it is more disconnected, at least at first. Fe attaches itself in some way to almost everything. of course, this is much more true of EFJs and IFJs, within the function itself, it's still there. Fi is much more selective about what it attaches to/connects with and until it does decide to connect/bond, it's much more detached. Fi users are also much more willing to break bonds than Fe users are.
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    Damn, I wanna be ISFJ now. ;D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    it is more disconnected, at least at first. Fe attaches itself in some way to almost everything. of course, this is much more true of EFJs and IFJs, within the function itself, it's still there. Fi is much more selective about what it attaches to/connects with and until it does decide to connect/bond, it's much more detached. Fi users are also much more willing to break bonds than Fe users are.
    Pointless blabbing.

    Fi is not less emotional than Fe. End of the question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
    Pointless blabbing.

    Fi is not less emotional than Fe. End of the question.
    dismissing an argument that you don't comprehend or disagree with is rather poor taste
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    Quote Originally Posted by Elfboy View Post
    I think Yoda is an ISFJ.
    - obviously I
    - places strong emphasis on tradition and preservation of institution
    - his Ne is very strong, but it's much more deliberate than when used by an NP, the same goes for his Ti
    - he is willing to break rules and traditions if he must, but he certainly doesn't like it
    I suppose if Yoda was an INTP, he'd be fine with the whole Jedi order burning down, and all its rules be damned, is that what you're trying to say? No, Yoda is INTP, there are very concrete examples of this, but I don't want to reveal just how much of a Star Wars nerd I am just yet
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