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  • Unlikely because if you go by the Myers Briggs, extroverted tertiary==extroverted dominant, and I am most definitely not an extrovert (my strongest trait on most Myers Briggs tests is introversion).

    Of course, it might be the case that I am actually still an INTP and never became an INFP, in which case Fe would be my inferior function.
    I normally thought of the experiencing part of feelings as being Fi.

    Fe has always seemed to me an attempt to modify the feelings of others. That's what I get from the descriptions. I could be wrong according to the Myers Briggs model.

    See, I am not a very considerate person even if I try. The reason is that I actually need to feel what the other person feels in order to be considerate. Else, it's just hollow.
    Ok you are starting to piss me off fucker I already answered that fucking question and then you spoke about abusing kids. IRL I'd slap you silly bitch. Get to the fucking point.
    Though I suppose that wasn't the answer to your question, but rather some background information.

    You asked what Fi "feels" towards injustice, and I must tell you, that Fi is simply NOT externally defined in that way.

    If it is injustice perpetrated by the Fi - then it is quite possible that no guilt or remorse is felt at all.

    Generally though, when I perceive events to be unfair I find I "feel" quite badly about it, occasionally wanting to sympathize with the oppressed party.

    Alternatively, one might exhibit schadenfreude in very inappropriate contexts.
    That's interesting you asked me that because I have been contemplating the answer for a little while now.

    What I have to say is that "fairness" takes precedence when it comes to forming judgements.

    The concept of fairness, though it ultimately is defined inwardly (as in the case of Ti for logic), is often explainable through dispassionate and pragmatic means, and this is where you might see Te - style judgements forming the backbone for Fi interpretations of the level of "fairness".

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