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This is a discussion on Locus of control Fi vs Fe within the Socionics Forum forums, part of the Personality Type Forums category; Originally Posted by Lord Pixel This thread is about Fi vs Fe. You exclude Fe people and accuse them of ...

  1. #11

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Pixel View Post
    This thread is about Fi vs Fe. You exclude Fe people and accuse them of not being intellectually or emotionally mature.
    How is this not an Fi bias shot at Fe people.
    *Shrugs*

  2. #12

    Eh. This is inaccurate. It's not a Fi vs Fe issue, but an emotional maturity issue. People who are less emotionally mature, of any type or function, are much more likely to have an external locus of control. There really isn't a type or functional correlation to be had here. Personal biases like this are why typism has become so rampant. Please, Fe doesn't need to become even more misunderstood by the general typology community.

    My locus of control may have leaned towards the external side when I was younger and less mature, but is rigidly internal now. My younger sister is still very immature despite her age and has a more external locus of control (she is INxP, and probably an enneagram 9, not that I find either of those to be of much relevance given my previous paragraph, but I thought I'd sate others' curiosity anyway).

  3. #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxyfox View Post
    K its a low blow then. I don't really care. But this Se force of will Te efficiency Ni long term planning you speak of made me realize you don't really know what it means to have internal or external locus of control.

    Ty though.
    Care to explain then?

    If I was to draw parallels between the functions and your list this is how it would look.

    People with internal locus of control:

    - Are more likely to take responsibility for their actions Te
    - Tend to be less influenced by the opinions of other people Ti
    - Often do better at tasks when they are allowed to work at their own pace
    - Usually, have a strong sense of self-efficacy Te Ni Se
    - Intellectually & emotionally mature


    People with external locus of control:

    - Blame outside forces for their circumstances
    - Easily influenced Fe
    - Often credit luck or chance for any successes
    - Don't always believe that they can change their situation through their own efforts low Se or Te
    - Frequently feel hopeless or powerless in the face of difficult situations low Se or Te
    - Refuses to take responsibility when blamed

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  5. #14

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Pixel View Post
    Care to explain then?

    not to you really.

    Thanks though.

  6. #15
    EII

    Quote Originally Posted by Foxyfox View Post
    not to you really.

    Thanks though.
    So much for intellectual and emotional maturity.

  7. #16

    Quote Originally Posted by Lord Pixel View Post
    So much for intellectual and emotional maturity.
    I know when and who to debate with.
    Thanks.

  8. #17

    I probably shouldn't get myself involved any more in this as I doubt it'll go anywhere productive, but I feel compelled to say it anyway.

    Quote Originally Posted by Foxyfox View Post
    This post is for Fi users only
    Unfortunately, you don't have the authority to enforce this. This is a discussion forum, and discussion can only benefit from providing multiple perspectives. By stating in your OP that this thread is for Fi types only, you are actively discouraging discussion... on a discussion forum. That may or may not be against the forum's rules, I don't know, I'm not a moderator. But it sure as hell isn't what this forum is all about.

    I implore you to consider how you may benefit from learning what other people have to say, even if you still end up disagreeing with them in the end.

  9. #18

    Quote Originally Posted by Suntide View Post
    I probably shouldn't get myself involved any more in this as I doubt it'll go anywhere productive, but I feel compelled to say it anyway.



    Unfortunately, you don't have the authority to enforce this. This is a discussion forum, and discussion can only benefit from providing multiple perspectives. By stating in your OP that this thread is for Fi types only, you are actively discouraging discussion... on a discussion forum. That may or may not be against the forum's rules, I don't know, I'm not a moderator. But it sure as hell isn't what this forum is all about.

    I implore you to consider how you may benefit from learning what other people have to say, even if you still end up disagreeing with them in the end.
    Loll k sorry if I broke the rules.

    Man where are the folks who "get it" to chime in? I'll be patient :)

  10. #19

    Quote Originally Posted by Foxyfox View Post
    Man where are the folks who "get it" to chime in? I'll be patient :)
    So what you want isn't a discussion, but an echo chamber. Gotcha.

    You've completely missed the point, purposefully or not, though I'm much inclined to believe the former. So be it. I'll see myself out.
    Foxyfox and L P thanked this post.

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