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LVEF - Einstein

The first Logic does not form an opinion about everything. If LVEF considers himself insufficiently competent in any topic, he will say so. If opinions are expressed in this situation, he will try to emphasise as much as possible that these are only assumptions or inaccurate information, because 1L’s own opinion “cannot be erroneous”. If it can, then this is only because 1L did not have sufficient knowledge or understanding of the subject. If there is an opinion, then it will be submitted shortly and accurately.

The third Emotion somewhat constrains 1L: it is one thing to express their opinion to people, and the other to listen to their reaction. And after several unsuccessful statements, the question arises: is there any opinion to voice at all? LVEF will always be able to create a position, and emotional comfort for this type is painstaking, something seen as a rare resource. Therefore, many representatives of this type prefer to remain silent in unfamiliar company.

The vulnerability and resentment of 3E is supported by 1L. Einstein may get confused in expressing his feelings, but if he is pointed out, he can perceive this as reproach for stupidity or lack of education, so his response may be adapted to the first function and avoid clear involvement of emotions.

The second Will somewhat helps him to not close himself in. No matter how upset and angry Einstein is, he needs to interact, persuade someone, discuss plans and, most importantly, feel that there is an honest response. Having got carried away by the Volition process, this type may forget about some of the inconveniences of Emotion. Only sooner or later in communication will the need for emotional support come up anyway and Einstein will move into the waiting position. If this support does not exist, the LVEF can stop this relationship, blaming emotional discomfort (E) caused by the partner’s lack of desire to be supportive (V). A similar principle can work in disputes: “He does not accept my position not because it is not sufficiently reasoned (L), but because he is stubborn and does not want to yield (V).”.

The fourth Physics, like any other four, is the most indifferent and passive in the type. Einstein may recognize the need, for example, to play sports, but it is difficult for him to deal with the issues of Physics on his own. And if only 4F passivity interferes with him, then emotional discomfort (3E) can interfere with his use of 4F. Actions in such a situation depend on the LVEF itself and its environment.

In general, Einstein is quite sociable, but shy. He is careful in his language, but if something is said, he means it exactly the way it was said. He tends to democratic governance of a small team and avoids disputes as much as possible.

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