Who do you think is the most egoic (in the "spiritual" sense), thinkers or feelers? In other words, who really believes that their perception is right at any given time? I suppose this has to do with objectivity. Thinkers are supposed to value the objective, while feelers value the subjective. My thought is, if thinkers are attempting to be objective, doesn't this make them less confident in their perceptions most of the time, because they value questioning them in order to know the "real" truth? And if feelers value subjectivity, wouldn't this make them more confident in their perceptions most of the time because they value their own subjective perceptions over the "real" truth? So, taking this into account, who would be the most egoic, meaning who falsely believes/defends their own mind more often? It seems one would initially think Thinkers, because they're the ones who seem to value mind more, but I think this may be ironically untrue.