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    Everyone have values of some sort, even soulless INTPs. Fi is a subjective function, meaning that the Fi users are first and foremost driven by their own personal values, not societal values. So you see, lying and manipulating can be fine according to your values.
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    Interesting. So SFP would fit me better than STP... Yeah, I guess that could make some sense.

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    Of course it's still possible for you to be STP, we're just basing this off of your very SFP-y blog. Reading about the types and their functions can't do no harm, though.

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    Sure! I've read a lot on functions and type patterns... I don't know if I relate that much to Fi. Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witch View Post
    I also think it is really interesting how you guys say that it lacks the 'depth of expression' (I'm not offended by the way, as I said it is interesting!) because I tell myself the same when I go on some blogs with lots of quotes. I find words to be superficial, to hold little and not be strong enough to describe how beautiful the world is... Words can't describe how I feel, what is in my mind, just like you can't describe a color.
    Makes sense. That's what frustrates me when people argue that any type is "deeper" or "smarter" than another type. I think we all just have different ways of looking at the world and interpreting what we see.

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    Well thanks again, and yeah I guess that's not really STPish! But I've always considered myself a thinker because I have no values, I don't mind lying, manipulating, etc.
    If you don't relate with Fi, then I can definitely understand not typing as an FP. Perhaps you are just an especially aesthetic-mood-inclined STP.

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    Thanks for you answers!

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    So yeah, Se is definitely in my main function stack.

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    There's also what they call Tritype. You have a Etype and wing for the brain heart and gut, so you could have gut as you're second center being a 9 or it could be your 1st
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