Well this is basically a response to Jonathon's post. I know a lot of you disagree due to the fact that I called +Ti users stereotypers. In this sense stereotype isn't a bad world. It simply means implicative, or building imaginary systems. This is a picture to demonstrate how +Ti and -Ti works.
As you can see.. +Ti builds what I would call stereotypical systems, or systems built entirely on implication(all systems are built on implication, thats what a system is). -Ti is disjunction or break apart systems. -Ti sees the system of logic that +Ti built, and breaks it apart into individual pieces. INTjs have to be able to see the system to break it apart though. Seeing the system of them is an unconscious reaction. INTjs see this system, and consciously break it down. So thats function 1 and 7 working with each other.
ENTjs use +Ti. ENTjs use function 7 to see the disjunction in things, to see the separate individual parts. Then uses function 1 to put them together. Function 7 and 8 are the instinctive ways of looking at things.