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This is a discussion on Inferior Fe Subtypes within the INTP Forum - The Thinkers forums, part of the NT's Temperament Forum- The Intellects category; Existentialist's inferior Fe Everyone has a bad day now and then, but when Existentialist does it, it's, well, existential (whatever ...

  1. #91
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    Existentialist's inferior Fe

    Everyone has a bad day now and then, but when Existentialist does it, it's, well, existential (whatever that means - he's not entirely sure, but he did read The Stranger in AP English and thought Mersault was cool). It only takes a few minutes of talking to an Existentialist to surmise that they've never read a single work of existentialism, and thus don't have a damned clue what they're talking about. They don't realize that the paragraph some undergrad posted under the wiki entry for Being and Nothingness is 4 lines long, but Being and Nothingness itself is 900 pages long. Like the Armchair Physicists, Existentialist doesn't know he is being sophomoric and puerile, and will balk if you actually try to discuss the concepts he introduces into conversation in depth. To amuse yourself when he's talking, you usually work Samuel Beckett quotes into your posts, and see if anyone picks up on it...
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  2. #92
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alto View Post
    30) The Modern Man's Inferior Fe

    The Modern Man has always known that he is different and much better than the average person. This is because he believes that everybody is equal. The Modern Man invariably identifies with Freethinkers, Agnostics, and Atheists because of their ability to see through the fallacies and anachronisms of the past. Contrary to popular opinion, the Modern Man is never contrary to popular opinion - but don't hint at this, or he'll make your life hell, because he's inevitably in a position of power in some organization or another.

    The Modern Man's favorite authors are almost always Richard Dawkins, Carl Sagan, Ayn Rand, and some modern philosopher or another. His favorite comedians are Bill Maher and George Carlin, who appeal to him because of how modern they are. As an ardent leftist, the Modern Man campaigns against the iniquities and abuses of the 1% - something which he has experienced first hand being in the 3%.

    When not drinking, looking at pictures of young, hot women on-line, telling his subordinates what to do, or lecturing (either on sociology, philosophy, or biology), the Modern Man complains to his inevitably large group of friends about how much complaining some of his colleagues do. When this gets old, he goes back to looking at pictures of young, hot women on-line, switching tabs to PerC when his female "life partner" enters the room, and switching back as soon as she leaves.
    Rofl...

    You just described my peers at my liberal arts college to a T, except at my school it was mostly Modern Women who read Virginia Wolf, Sylvia Plath, and Betty Friedan.

    Edit: That last paragraph is also an excellent summation of what goes on within the Militant Atheist subculture (Dawkins, Myers, Hitchens)... which is on the whole surprisingly unwelcoming to women... oh to be an SJW.

  3. #93
    INTJ - The Scientists

    Quote Originally Posted by Alto View Post
    30) The Modern Man's Inferior Fe

    The Modern Man has always known that he is different and much better than the average person. This is because he believes that everybody is equal. The Modern Man invariably identifies with Freethinkers, Agnostics, and Atheists because of their ability to see through the fallacies and anachronisms of the past. Contrary to popular opinion, the Modern Man is never contrary to popular opinion - but don't hint at this, or he'll make your life hell, because he's inevitably in a position of power in some organization or another.

    The Modern Man's favorite authors are almost always Richard Dawkins, Carl Sagan, Ayn Rand, and some modern philosopher or another. His favorite comedians are Bill Maher and George Carlin, who appeal to him because of how modern they are. As an ardent leftist, the Modern Man campaigns against the iniquities and abuses of the 1% - something which he has experienced first hand being in the 3%.

    When not drinking, looking at pictures of young, hot women on-line, telling his subordinates what to do, or lecturing (either on sociology, philosophy, or biology), the Modern Man complains to his inevitably large group of friends about how much complaining some of his colleagues do. When this gets old, he goes back to looking at pictures of young, hot women on-line, switching tabs to PerC when his female "life partner" enters the room, and switching back as soon as she leaves.
    This is pretty much my liberal arts degree friends, although these kinds of people don't seem like the types that would like Ayn Rand.
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  4. #94
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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyBarry View Post
    19) The Misanthrope:

    Contrary to what your actions might imply, you actually have a highly developed understanding of the feelings of others and of what most of society considers to be "proper". The things is, you usually just don't care what people think about you or anything else, since you can't listen to most of them speak for more than three seconds without concluding that they're about as competent as a Chia Pet and as trustworthy as a 5 cent condom. Once you've gotten to this point, the person in question becomes little more than a mental beach ball to be batted around for your own amusement.

    Despite this, those who you have deemed worthy of your attention are treated with a straightforward kindness and thoughtfulness. You also tend to get along well with strangers, at least until you begin to question their motives.

    You'd go live out in the wilderness and be done with all the hassle if it didn't mean giving up the internet and Popeye's Chicken.
    Yep, this is me.

    Popeye's is gross though sry2say.
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  5. #95

    Quote Originally Posted by Action Potential View Post

    Popeye's is gross though sry2say.
    Seconded.

    Death to fried chicken! Before it kills us.
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  6. #96

    Quote Originally Posted by Action Potential View Post
    Yep, this is me.

    Popeye's is gross though sry2say.
    That one and the one by @hela definitely fit me best.

    Also, there's really no need to apologize; I'd assume that you can't help having poor taste in food. I actually feel sorry for you.
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  7. #97
    INTP - The Thinkers

    lol lol lol, perhaps a wee bit of number 8, but I believe my Fe is developing quite nicely.

  8. #98
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    Quote Originally Posted by CowboyBarry View Post
    That one and the one by @hela definitely fit me best.

    Also, there's really no need to apologize; I'd assume that you can't help having poor taste in food. I actually feel sorry for you.
    Careful, you might trigger me to become a #26. No one wants to see that.
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  9. #99
    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by nadjasix View Post
    There are a lot of number 5s on PerC, FYI.
    O_O

  10. #100
    INFJ - The Protectors

    Quote Originally Posted by Nyang View Post
    *Looks at avatar*
    I'm not really a #2, I don't really pick my friendships based on a person's interests, I care more about their attitudes toward my interests, I guess. The #6 description kinda stings, though...

    "Oh well, I'm tired of torturing myself because people expect me to be what I'm not! Everyone wants me to conform to their expectations, for me to be some sort of empty persona to fit their ideals of what a strong person should be! I'm not a hollow shell, I'm a person!"

    ^Does #7 go like that? Because if it does, I kinda do something like that, sometimes.
    #7 is more the political activist/anarchist type. #6 is totally different, but can definitely be motivation for 7.


     
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