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Easygoing and open to others’ points of view. Not overly interested in the meaning of life unless it’s relevant to their current activities. Can cut logically detailed conversations short if clear answers to problems are not gained. May depend on previous objective intellectual thought and ideas to figure things out. Are not overly motivated by academic success. Don’t tend to spend much time creating their own rules and systems to apply to reality but will gladly listen to others. Prefer to quickly diagnose a reason to answer a “why” question. May get annoyed if people pressure them to explain complex logical underpinnings. Zone out when conversations expect them to actively engage in epistemology, philosophy and science as they prefer to listen. May think they have nothing logical to add regardless of their actual level of knowledge. Prefer cut and dry answers to intellectual problems rather than philosophizing endlessly. Have a high tolerance for being corrected or constructively criticized in academia.
Trust that other people have spent the appropriate time proving a point, which in their mind, makes it more valid. Do not mind being around self-assured intellectuals and will defer to them for answers rather than producing answers themselves. Prefer to look to others in order to understand theoretical information. Are stellar connoisseurs of finding those who are academically gifted. Can traverse multiple arenas of logic in order to find what is the most effective and efficient methodology.
They are mostly easygoing and neutral about their opinions of higher knowledge, political arguments, scientific thought and their own abilities to reason. These types tend to focus intently on the results that can be obtained from logical analysis, though this is not a top priority for them. They tend to trust in the feedback that they receive from others when inquiring in all matters related to logic.
The 4L attitude is formed by placing the logic aspect (L) into the unbothered position (4th). Unbothered logic (4L) has a lax and carefree attitude towards all concepts of logic. All 4L types believe they are insufficient, uncertain, yet fearless at being involved in matters relating to the logical realm.