Based on this sample ESI-IEE conversation taken from another thread:
Meatburger (IEE): Ne Polr / supervision conversation between me and my ISFj mum:
"Hey mum i have been reading about this guy that hijacked a bus in Rio De Janeiro"
"oh thats terrible"
"Yeah. He didn't have a father, his mother was killed in front of him as a kid and he was beaten as a street kid by police"
"That doesn't excuse what he did"
"But mum you have to understand that his actions were due to how traumatic his life has been"
"He could choose to be nice if he wanted too"
"No your just not getting it. You were brought up in a perfectly happy environment and thats largely why your nice. If you hadn't been loved when you were younger you could be the one on the bus etc..."
Anyway after a bit more of that i decided i was being mean and stopped.
Rick (IEE): "I know a IEE + ESI daughter-mother combination among my relatives, and that's exactly the type of conversations they inevitably drift to. The conversations are about people, and the IEE always tries to show objective factors that shaped the person's personality and character, and the ESI always tries to say that the person should be different because that behavior is incorrect, bad, immoral, etc. Every single time, for decades."
I got the impression that the IEE views someone's personality as a something malleable, something free-flowing, holding the potential for further transformation given the right set of conditions, while the ESI sees a personality as something set and static, already determined, holding all the agency and carrying all the responsibility for the actions of that person. Thus the ESI pays attention to person's concrete actions to evaluate who someone is, while Delta NFs are much more interesting in the personal, familial, and societal conditions that shaped and influenced them. In this conversation, the act of hijacking in itself was the stopping point in discussion for the ESI: "This is what this person has done - and this is it, this is all we need to know about him", while the IEE was more interested in talking about the factors that shaped and influenced him to lead him to that point. The ESI discounted these contextual factors and tried to refocus the conversation on the actuality of his actions (base Ne/creative Se disconnect).
Smilex has previously talked about ESI's propensity to judge people in very direct manner from their actions in this thread: ESIs & grudges - to sum it up: an ESI nurse yelled at him to take off his hat, and once he did it, and she had seen him do it, she warmed up to him (Fi - personal evaluation derived from Se - direct observations of person's actions). An IEE with leading Ne, which is an "implicit" aspect, would overlook and be dismissive of this kind of direct 'sensory' application of Fi by the ESI, and attempt to draw ESI's focus away from Se application of Fi in favor of Ne, and that will be the crux of their argument.
Another example of IEE's Ne unintentionally poking at the weak spot of ESI:
"My poor ISFj brother usually calls our ENTj mom for advice, but her health isn't great, and my dad's isn't either, and he's afraid of getting them stressed out. I'm [IEE] next on the list of advice-givers apparently. So he's going through this really really nasty divorce asking me to help him figure out what is going to happen, and my natural inclination is to tell him everything that could possibly happen and let him sort through which things are most likely. But of course this doesn't work with him. He gets anxious and I have to backtrack and say, "well this isn't all that likely, so don't worry about that." But it's too late at that point because I've brought it up and it's out there. *sigh* He said at one point, "there isn't much more she can do to me at this point" and without thinking I listed several things she could do. It was a mistake. I am making things worse."