'well-developed' means having the ability to use them. So you would be able to have mastery over Se, Ti, Fe, and Ni as well as the shallow functionsWait, what's constituting as well developed? Are we talking about all the functions being clearly present and accounted for, or are we talking about them being used in a useful, productive manner?
Nope, i don't want to say that everything can be justified; actually we should explain what does developing function means. What i wanted to say is that we are assuming that the development of the functions automatically leads to a "good" devolopment, as if we were created to be good. Anyway, i wondered that question as well so i am not saying it's stupid :happy:
Hurting someone for the sake of hurting them isn't really evil - it's sadistic. And that's just a facet of evil. Also, I think what one considers "evil" is ultimately very subjective. Someone might consider the people behind the judicial system evil, because they're against the death penalty and see it as morally reprehensible.
Eh, I'd say there's a correlation, but not a causation. If you look at the types that commonly have antisocial personality disorder (like a third of the prison population) it's EXTP. If they worked to get in touch with their Fe would it give them some kind of sympathy (or at least stop them from hurting people)? I'd say maybe in some cases, but simply developing Fe doesn't guaranty anything accept a heightened ability to make value judgments and, as in the case of Hitler, those can cause lots of intentional harm to people.Can we prevent people from intentionally harming others by simply developing all their functions?