Until today a Model-B based solution to the problem of destructive, as opposed to merely violatory, mentality remained elusive. However, I was just thinking today about Sephiroth from FFVII, when I noticed that one of the lyrics to his theme song, One Winged Angel, didn't make sense....
"Burning inside with violent anger"? Doesn't sound INFp to me, yet we know that Sephiroth was an INFp. How to account for the descrepancy?
What was Sephiroth angry about? The betrayal of his "race", the Cetra, by humans. This makes sense given his +Te PoLR, against which practical matters of economy are an all-too-potent threat. (of course Sephiroth was never a Cetra, but there again, the -Te thing.) What is significant, is that Sephiroth has adopted this erroneous -Te for personal truth: +Te is processing -Te.
Wait, what's that? Elements processing the aspects of their antithesi? What's going on here?
Let's look a little closer. Sephiroth believed himself worth of becoming a god. He would do this by leveraging the lifestream of the planet (+Fe) toward a single point (-Fe) and receiving it there (-Fe) to elevate his own spirit (+Fe) -- what's that, using +Fe to support -Fe, -Fe to support +Fe? Whoa....
What does one do with +Fe corrupted by -Fe? Obviously it must be eliminated, because it is an obstacle to processing from the point of view of the mind.... Thus the evil type seeks to corrupt their elements' aspects by confronting them with their antithesi; by this corruption the antithesis is thus empowered, and the cycle begins again from the point of view of the antithesis. A quote from Neon Genesis Evangelion captures the situation adequately: "the fate of destruction is also the joy of rebirth."
These types are the world's serial killers, the torture (thus the West's intolerance of torture as a method of interrogation), and a significant portion of the criminally insane. They may also account for some of the world's dictatorial cast as well, but most of these are extremists and shadow types. Most people do not have direct experience with them, however portrayals of such types in fiction have created uniquely compelling characters. (Sephiroth among them) The nature of these characters, which command forces far beyond the comprehension of most, illuminates their purpose as an evolutionary phenomenon; for there are indeed such processes at work in the world, the forces of destruction which bring . Seeing as how we do not not usually process these forces in our minds, we are ignorant of them to the extent that we engage in them ourselves. Over time, these unknown aspects of reality accumulate, coalescing into an unconscious compensation, to which only the evil pay adequate heed. The evil type thinks in terms of these compensations, and is thus aware of him. What is man to think of something that represents his own unconscious, the evil in himself, no less? Certainly those who bear witness to the ways of evil and practice its methods (via an exertion type similarly misaligned) may serve as vessels for the projections of the evil in man: a leader of this type may themselves be thought of as an avatar or personificition of a greater evil which is beyond man's knowledge. So it is that the evil type personifies the ominous threat to humanity, and victory over the person bearing it, who has manipulated this threat to their own ends, corresponds to a greater salvation versus the threat itself.
A given Model-B element processes the aspects of its antithesis. The antithetical aspects contradict the aspects belonging to the element, reducing its content level. (for example, claiming +Te subjective truth over -Te objective truth; in one's own mind, this diminishes -Te.) On the turn of the element's antithesis, the antithesis processes the aspects belonging to the element, thus reducing its own content level. The paradox is that either element is psychologically empowered when its antithesis' content level is reduced, even though the empowered element will itself be disintegrated further on its turn. (thus the "truth" of the phrase "the fate of destruction is also the joy of rebirth", where the "fate of destruction" is the disintegration of an element's content, and the "joy of rebirth" is the resurgence of its antithesis.)