If +Te is the truth (appraisal of fact) relative to a person, and +Ti is the logical sensemaking of an individual, then +Te/+Ti argues that one should only accept as personal truth that which makes sense to oneself; if it does not make sense to one's own logic, then it may be true for others, but not true to oneself and one's own identity.

+Ti/+Te argues the reverse, insisting that one should only consider logical that which is personally held to be true, and to observe logical truths in the context of deeply held (subjective) fact.