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    Default Which cognitive function would be the most assertive/authoritative

    Something I was thinking about.

    from most to least what functions (Te, Se, etc.) would be the most authoritative or assertive?
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    Te most sterotypically. Really any of the e functions.
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    I would say Je, but moreso Te than Fe because I'm biased as an Fe type.
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    Te. Structure, focus on efficiency in their external world, and inferior Fi is the perfect combination for one intense individual!

    I don't think Se doms care as much unless having an aux Fi agenda. Ne? Nah. Fe? Nope! ENFJs I've heard can be a bit bossy, though!
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    Quote Originally Posted by beloiseau View Post
    Te. Structure, focus on efficiency in their external world, and inferior Fi is the perfect combination for one intense individual!

    I don't think Se doms care as much unless having an aux Fi agenda. Ne? Nah. Fe? Nope! ENFJs I've heard can be a bit bossy, though!
    I agree with this. Definitely Te. Though Se doms with thinking can be assertive and authoritative as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by highlander View Post
    I agree with this. Definitely Te. Though Se doms with thinking can be assertive and authoritative as well.
    In the right hands, Fe can give Te a run for its money, though.
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    Authoritative/assertive? Well that would go extrovert before introvert, judging before perception.

    Te, Fe, Se, Ne. <--- probably the most stereotypical order.
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    Te, Fe, Se, Ne, Fi, Si, Ti, Ni
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    Quote Originally Posted by XXSwagmaster420 View Post
    Te, Fe, Se, Ne, Fi, Si, Ti, Ni
    I'd argue that the introverted judging functions would still go before the introverted perception functions. Probably Fi, Ti, Si, Ni. None of the introverted judging functions are very likely to express their assertion if working alone, but Fi/Ti is far more likely to think others should fall in line with their beliefs (Fi) or system (Ti) whereas the perception functions are more interested in taking in information than evaluating how others do the same. Si dominants or auxiliaries only get the bossy stigma because their Si always works alongside an extroverted judging function, so their Si can seem overtly concerned with others.
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    Quote Originally Posted by notmyapples View Post
    I'd argue that the introverted judging functions would still go before the introverted perception functions. Probably Fi, Ti, Si, Ni. None of the introverted judging functions are very likely to express their assertion if working alone, but Fi/Ti is far more likely to think others should fall in line with their beliefs (Fi) or system (Ti) whereas the perception functions are more interested in taking in information than evaluating how others do the same. Si dominants or auxiliaries only get the bossy stigma because their Si always works alongside an extroverted judging function, so their Si can seem overtly concerned with others.
    Maybe this is just coincidence, but I've never seen a Ti dom or aux try to make everyone else fall in line with their system.

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