No.But isn't that just more of the same "intuitives are awesome, sensors are drones" mentality that is so prevalent on this forum?
No one here claimed anything, you're pouring your own opinions. I'm glad that you see it as beautiful, I sometimes think of you like that.I still think it's a biased statement, claiming sensors lack depth and intuitves have all this beautiful understanding of everything.
I still find some truth in the original quote. At least from my own experience, I have had to adapt to the sensor world; growing up around them etc. And that only made me a better person. I don't see many sensors trying to fit in, because they don't have to. They're not worse or better, just different methods of operation. Obviously we need both, or we wouldn't be chatting here. It depends on individuals of course, how much they have depth. I don't discriminate, but it's a fact that between two intuitors conversation just flows more naturally, but that doesn't mean I can't have fulfilling discussions with sensors. I guess it's similar for two sensors.
We're all slaves to pleasure, free will and all.I think function preference is characterized when certain type of cognition is so neurologically stimulating that you automatically default to using it over the other functions.
So, Sensors will always get energy from making use of their sense impressions in a way that I never will.