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Auburn
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  • Type: TiNe
  • Development: l--l
  • Attitude: Adaptive

There is a moral vector we can’t ignore with Fi->Te (much like Si), an assumption that “Good comes from Good.” And because likewise, “Bad comes from Bad,” I think the dark/extreme side of this is what we see with Hitler and Osama bin Laden, or the desire to eradicate evil – or ill form – from the root. There are healthier ways for Fi to deal with this, and I’ll address that later. We have some good examples from people on this forum.

Heh, this reminds me of this TeNi lady describing narcissists:

Spoiler:

At around 1:10-2:00 she makes note of the irredeemable aspect to them. It’s very sassy. But I also think that in her case this may be compounded by gamma meritocracy [ in relation to people ], and the “one non-negotiable reality.” There’s a very clear actionable bottom-line (Te), “run as far as u can”, in accompaniment with that Fi character evaluation.

 

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