I have observed that sometimes an ENTJ will use their weakest function, Fi to make a value judgment, but then compartmentalize it - store it away, rather than dwell on it to assess it. Now, that judgment can possibly be inaccurate. It can be inaccurate, and now it is stored away somewhere, for later access.
I think that a P type would be more willing to reassess this bit of data, rather than just lock it into a linear stream of information.
Now, when the ENTJ later comes to a conclusion based in part on the Fi value judgments that weren't questioned, but compartmentalized and locked away, they have a gut feeling that they are correct because of the data that they have accepted as accurate, before.
Typically being very assured in their logic and rationale, what could make an ENTJ question opinions that were built in part by a wrong perception, and usage of Fi (which they are least developed in)?
ENTJs, do you think that you do this? How do you develop your Fi to the point that you can make more accurate judgments with it? Are you willing to reassess your judgments when someone says that you have made incorrect judgments about them? Any thoughts and opinions even loosely related are welcome.