Articles - Feeling
  • Feeling

    by Published on 07-24-2011 04:22 PM

    People who use Fe, when making a moral judgement, ask themselves how they feel things should be
    People who use Fi, when making a moral judgement, ask themselves how they feel

    People who use Fe often use the moral judgements of other people to justify an act or decision
    People who use Fi often use their own previous moral judgements to justify an act or decision

    People who use Fe are hyper aware of others' feelings
    People who use Fi are hyper aware of how others make them feel
    (this is the most confusing distinction, as they often lead to the same result)

    Most Common Positives:
    People who use Fe are accomodating of others' feelings, and making others feel good tends to be their goal
    People who use Fi are always aware of how they would feel when treated a certain way. self actualisation tends to be their goal

    Most Common Negatives:
    People who use Fe tend to side with the majority, ...
    by Published on 06-05-2011 06:00 PM

    From Psychological Types:

    10. Recapitulation of Extroverted Irrational Types

    I call the two preceding types irrational for reasons already referred to; namely, because their commissions and omissions are based not upon reasoned judgment but upon the absolute intensity of perception. Their perception is concerned with simple happenings, where no selection has been exercised by the judgment. In this respect both the latter types have a considerable superiority over the two judging types. The objective occurrence is both law-determined and accidental. In so far as it is law-determined, it is accessible to reason; in so far as it is accidental, it is not. One might reverse it and say that we apply the term law-determined to the occurrence appearing so to our reason, and where its regularity escapes us we call it accidental. The postulate of a universal lawfulness remains a postulate of reason only; in no sense is it a postulate of our functions of perception. Since ...
    by Published on 06-05-2011 05:57 PM

    From Psychological Types by Carl Gustav Jung:

    10. Recapitulation of Introverted Irrational Types

    The two types just depicted are almost inaccessible to external judgment. Because they are introverted and have in consequence a somewhat meager capacity or willingness for expression, they offer but a frail handle for a telling criticism. Since their main activity is directed within, nothing is outwardly visible but reserve, secretiveness, lack of sympathy, or uncertainty, and an apparently groundless perplexity. When anything does come to the surface, it usually consists in indirect manifestations of inferior and relatively unconscious functions. Manifestations of such a nature naturally excite a certain environmental prejudice against these types. Accordingly they are mostly underestimated, or at least misunderstood. To the same degree as they fail to understand themselves -- because they very largely lack judgment -- they are also powerless to understand why they ...
    by Published on 06-05-2011 05:35 PM

    This is my personal definition of Fe, which I want to share impressions and results. To start, let's define what Feeling itself is.

    What is Feeling?

    Feeling is a judging function which judges and makes decisions based on a desire of harmony between the Fe user, the beings that live there and the location. To feel that the environment is well taken, understanding and respecting all personal wishes and other's wishes is very important for a Feeler.

    Because of this need of harmony, Feelers like to identify and follow a chosen set of values, principles, codes of conduct and rules and guide the Fe user to an appropiate behavior in the determined situation, so it enables harmony. This does not mean that a Feeler agrees and submissively everything that it is imposed to them as appropiate or good for establishing harmony. Feelers will consider and evaluate it. A Feeler can be very confrontational and opposing as well as fight people, groups and situations ...
    by Published on 06-05-2011 04:51 PM

    So, after a lot of reading and careful thought and observation I thought that i'd like to test my knowledge by seeing if others relate to this definition of Fi...it's not perfect so please give me your opinions.

    Fi - If Ti is consistency in it's most impersonal form then Fi is a type of "emotional consistency", so to speak. Fi attitude generally states that from things like non-verbal communication, such as body language or tone of voice, as well as one's own actions one can understand another persons emotional content. Issues of personal morals or convictions often come up with these types because they want to make sure that their actions are consistent with what is important to them. Unlike Fe, the introverted Fi does not immediately entertain the realm of people and objects and rathers exists in the realm of thoughts and ideas drawn from obeservation. Fi is observant of the emotional content of others at all times carefully analyzing it and comparing them to themselves ...

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