So I have a very simple question just to throw out to anyone who feels like they have an answer.... what is the big deal with assuming that everyone has a specific type, that they can be grouped into a single exclusive category.
Doesn't this intuitively to anyone seem outlandish? I mean its a little hard to believe that a person would solely fit the behavior of only a single type without showing traces of other types. That they could be identified as solely a single type. I am not talking about showing traces of other "traits" like Se or Si or Te or Ti, I am talking about entire personalities, like SLI SLE etc... which of course seems possible to me because if a person who isn't particularly Si is focused on Si "usage" in a rare incident then aren't they exhibiting the behavior more of an Si dominant personality, if only for that particular incident?
Then on the other hand the theory seems to fit well together and explain everything quite elegantly, and upon observation you can easily see evidence of a person being one of these types solely.
I personally believe the idea of having a sole unchanging type is bogus, but first I'd like to hear what you all think before I'd give my reasoning.