Sunday, 22 June 2008

Maggie Thatcher's Children

Philosophy (useful information)

Check out the absurd philosophy.

Check out the Horse personality:


Perseus said...

I would predict from the philosophy and the personality type that the son of Margaret Thatcher would sell guns and armaments.

Perseus said...

Problems with Wild Horses (Black Riders, Nazgûl), Camels and Unicorns:

ESFJs who grew up surrounded by a strong value system—one that is ethical and centered around genuine goodness — tend to be kind and generous, with a selfless quality that is genuine and pure. ESFJs who grew up in an environment lacking a positive external value system may develop questionable values. In such cases, these ESFJs often believe firmly in the integrity of their skewed value system. In weighing their values against their society, they seek support for whatever morality they wish to justify. Using their dominant Extraverted Feeling, but perhaps without a well-developed Intuition to help them understand the consequences of their actions, these ESFJs may use their people skills to manipulate others for their own ends, yet believe that they are following a solid code of moral conduct.

All ESFJs have a natural tendency to want to control their environment. Their dominant function demands structure and organization, and seeks closure. They're not likely to enjoy things that involve abstract, theoretical concepts or impersonal analysis. They do enjoy creating order, and tend to be good at such tasks. ESFJs should be careful to avoid trying to use these skills to control other people.

ESFJs respect and believe in the laws and rules of authority, and believe that others should as well. They're traditional, and prefer to do things in the established way, rather than venturing into uncharted territory. Their need for security drives them to accept and adhere to the policies of the established system. This tendency may cause them to sometimes blindly accept rules without questioning or understanding them.

ESFJs who developed in a less than ideal way may be prone to insecurity, focusing all their attention on pleasing others. They might also be controlling, or overly sensitive, imagining bad intentions when there were none.