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    Bulls riding on the back of the Pride of Lions, or the Elephants.

    Judging functions based on ethics obviously are much more concrete than perceiving functions
    Ethics are just political and a N characteristic. By definition of the system. P is tricky. I put P down to experience or capacity to accumulate experience. hence, the conflict is greatest between J and P. The J (without experience) cannot comprehend. My P (experience capacity) says this.

    In other words, not concrete at all, just a construct used for bullying with the ESTJ understudies. In other words the problem of Hitler, Attila etc.

    P are ingrained, not transitory.
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