@RingzJrSureThey say ISTP is really good at analyzing what's in front of them (Ti Se), and prefers to do that over getting trapped in theoretical labyrinths, in search of answers which can't be easily validated or in some way tested by the physical world.That's a lot of work lol but sure. But sure, I mean irl I know some types for sure - my quintessential istj dad, my estp cousin, my enfp ex, my isfp mom. I think it's easier to gauge people in the real world than online, but I get what you're saying.So maybe one way to go about analyzing Fe and Fi is by starting with people whose types we take for granted, and then list differences between them, in search of trends.I'd agree with thatYeah, I guess based on this, one might conclude that I wear my feelings more comfortably than you do. But what I meant, is that your unrefined feelings are easier to spot.The latter part makes sense, the metaphor is good. And maybe what you're saying for aux-Fi makes sense. But do you think that's the same for dom-Fi? If Fi's communicated through inferior-Te, an IxFP would be dealing with that in an inferior position. My ex is an ENFP, and what you said makes great sense for him - and even for the ESFPs I know. But not so sure about the IxFPs I know.You don't necessarily like to consciously deal out your feelings, whereas with me, every second of the day I'm consciously dealing out my feelings in some manner or another; it's my engine, my language, it relieves my anxiety and adds to my daily reservoir of happiness . Hell I'm doing it now. Based on these examples, I would propose that high Fi users tend to consciously deal out their feelings, like a dealer in poker, whereas low Fe users tend to wear their feelings with less intuitive control, like a polar bear wears its fur without intuitive control.Sure. I don't think I've met another biologist on here, so that'd be cool.So yeah, I think it'd take a while to develop a scientific method about this, and we have to maintain our actually lives too, which are the priority. Which is why I added you as a friend. It'll be better to kind of roam around personality cafe casually, discovering and analyzing interesting situations within various lives, adding to our database of examples like biologists. For me it's easier to be productive in social situations when I bring a friend along, and so I may mention you in threads that I think you might find fascinating, or that you might want to contribute to. But what do you think?