1.) -Ti/+Te (directly ties in with function 7)
One could say that an INTjs main strength is to look at something for what it really is, a combination of its parts. INTjs analytically break things down to their core. After that the INTj will take the core and break it apart. The parts of the core will then be broken apart by the INTj. Then the parts of the parts will be broken apart. An INTjs main strength is degrouping things. They see things as being individualistic rather than being of a group. INTjs have a habit of looking at everything in terms of infinity. They think the cycle of breaking things down should never end. When an INTj attempts to put their ideas into production, they tend to be extremely economical with it and organized. An INTj will not waste time doing something unimportant. An INTj will waste time overdoing something that they deem important. An INTj may take a whole day to change a lightbulb. An INTj has to do things perfect when they do them. They will spend hours upon hours making sure that every little thing is exact.
2.) +Ne/-Ni (directly ties in with function 8)
INTjs usually like new and original things, especially when it comes from themselves. INTjs want to be viewed as being entirely original. The majority the INTjs analytical affairs are usually of a theoretical and abstract manner. INTjs love theory and try to be as abstract as possible. INTjs look attempt to account for every possible scenario. INTjs think that anything is possible. For an INTj, the definition of life depends on the person. Everything is possible in the eyes of an INTj. They are usually optimistic about the future. They may think of highly unlikely scenarios that may occur that they would find to be amazing and fulfilling. INTjs carefully examine their own actions in correspondence with the world. INTjs tend to over-evaluate the faults that they have made in the past. An INTj may spend a lot of time thinking about the things they have done, especially the things that they think were done wrong by themselves. INTjs fear the unknown. Many INTjs have a huge fear of death. They are often afraid of "seizing to exist".
3.) -Fi/+Fe (directly ties in with function 5)
INTjs hardly ever feel true emotional hatred for people. Also, an INTj will have a hard time distancing themselves from someone they like. INTjs will also have a hard time crying or feeling emotion for someone in peril. INTjs may not feel sadness for a murder victim or some other type of victim. They may however feel that the act was illogically placed on a person. INTjs have a hard time appearing happy to people. Often at times they appear very disgruntle. Often an INTj will appear as if they hate people entirely.
4.) +Se/-Si (directly ties in with function 6)
INTj will not follow people. They will simply refuse to submit. INTjs hate the concept of dependence. INTjs lack will power. They often come up with some exciting new thing to do, but as they try to make themselves start working on implementing it, they fail to gather up enough strength to complete the task. INTjs have a hard time doing or finishing anything. They simply lack the drive to maintain something. INTjs typically have social anxiety problems. A vast majority INTjs are high school dropouts, opting to go ahead and start their college life. Often in college they will fail to attend classing, deciding to just show up for the exams. INTjs in college often have poor study habits, though their intelligence, most of the time, gets them through. INTjs sometimes never notice pain. When they do notice pain, it is usually in direct disturbance of their stable living environment. When in thinking mode, one could stick a needle into the arm of an INTj and they may not notice it. INTjs hate abrupt changes to their living conditions. INTjs often at times neglect hygiene. Many often go days without taking bathes.
5.) -Fe/+Fi (directly ties in with function 3)
INTj can seem overly sarcastic and mean at times. It seems like INTjs sometimes have plans just to piss people off. INTjs will view their own sarcasm and spiteful mood as an attempt to better other people. INTjs will often make hateful statements at people for making “illogical” statements. INTjs naturally have a need to be somewhat sympathetic with people, although this may not be apparent. INTjs can be somewhat vulgar, although this may just be in spite of other peoples opinions on vulgarity. INTjs can sometimes be over attached to people, especially when they like someone. INTjs
6.) +Si/-Se (directly ties in with function 4)
INTjs also have a strong need to be rebellious. INTjs hate authority figures, even if it’s in the form of a teacher or professor. An INTj will salute to no one. INTjs will do things just in spite of other people’s concepts. INTjs usually do not like corporations and organizations of institution. They tend to think the concept of conformity as being a large fault of mankind. INTjs have a need to have a stable living condition. They love feeling positive bodily sensations. When an INTj eats, they usually scarf down the food rather quickly. An INTj can sometimes be viewed as a “pig”. INTjs are afraid of change in their living conditions.
7.) -Te/+Ti (directly ties in with function 1)
INTjs typically hate organizing and classifying things. They do not see the point in it. INTjs love disorganized concepts. They enjoy things that lack structure. Many INTjs would prefer an anarchical type of government system. They do not understand the concept of laws. INTjs usually hate stereotypes. They try to take organized groups and break them down into individual concepts. INTjs hate assumptions. INTjs will becoming very angry when someone makes a negative assumption(also maybe even a positive assumption) about someone or a group. INTjs usually throw laws to the side and do not abide them. INTjs hate holistic logic. They do not think that things work without reason. INTjs do not function greatly in chaotic situations.
8.)-Ne/+Ni (directly ties in with function 2)
INTjs views things in a relative sphere. They hate the concept of absolutism. INTjs in many cases do not believe that there is a certain answer to a question. INTjs question absolute truth. INTjs believe that people are entitled to live their lives the way they want to, and that there is no wrong answer. INTjs believe that all people have good things about them. INTjs do not believe in worthless objects or ideas. They see everything as being useful.