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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilku View Post
    are there any? if yes, then how you explain the voice in your head telling you how things ought to be? =|
    I have an atheist isfp ex who I know quite well. It doesn't seem strange to me at all.

    Your question here is implying that atheists can't be moral, which is objectively not true. The "voice in your head" is just a product of your own personality, reasoning, upbringing, etc. You can believe that it's wrong to kill people without thinking that god will burn you in hell if you kill someone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    I have an atheist isfp ex who I know quite well. It doesn't seem strange to me at all.

    Your question here is implying that atheists can't be moral, which is objectively not true. The "voice in your head" is just a product of your own personality, reasoning, upbringing, etc. You can believe that it's wrong to kill people without thinking that god will burn you in hell if you kill someone.
    Well, according to the definition of irreligious Vilku gave me earlier, atheism doesn't have anything to do with it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeffster View Post
    Well, according to the definition of irreligious Vilku gave me earlier, atheism doesn't have anything to do with it.
    Ah I missed that, I assumed he was talking about the actual definition.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RaptorWizard View Post
    Of all of the temperaments to me it seems like SPs would be the very least obsessed with religion in general.
    people with Ni seek direction, and if sensor, as like for all SP's, they seek a higher purpose from intutors with Ni. Whether religion or belief in general survival.

    Or alternatively, in lack of intuitors, sensors seem to find higher purpose from.. Alcohol, or smoking. Material obsessing and so forth.

    Sounds appealing to try go on without intuitors? =]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilku View Post
    people with Ni seek direction, and if sensor, as like for all SP's, they seek a higher purpose from intutors with Ni. Whether religion or belief in general survival.

    Or alternatively, in lack of intuitors, sensors seem to find higher purpose from.. Alcohol, or smoking. Material obsessing and so forth.

    Sounds appealing to try go on without intuitors? =]
    Oh yes thank God for intuitors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilku View Post
    people with Ni seek direction, and if sensor, as like for all SP's, they seek a higher purpose from intutors with Ni. Whether religion or belief in general survival.

    Or alternatively, in lack of intuitors, sensors seem to find higher purpose from.. Alcohol, or smoking. Material obsessing and so forth.

    Sounds appealing to try go on without intuitors? =]
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    Quote Originally Posted by MDP2525 View Post
    Whenever I come across posts like this I always wonder the age of the person posting.
    you remind me what other reasons than lack of motivation i have for avoiding sensors.

    But yes ive noticed the phenomena of sensors actually becoming aa- bit less stupid when their hair turns gray.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vilku View Post
    you remind me what other reasons than lack of motivation i have for avoiding sensors.

    But yes ive noticed the phenomena of sensors actually becoming aa- bit less stupid when their hair turns gray.
    I'm guessing teenager. Don't get your panties in a bunch tho. I said that for a reason. If you are a teen then your posts would be viewed in proper context and be given leeway with responses.
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