I want to make an alternative to Model A.... I am confused beyond all believe..... sometimes when I consider my personality in terms of model A it seems to be confounding... and I don't understand the motivation for assigning the Jungian functions in the order they do. Its like they just made up a pattern out of thin air and then look at it and said "Thats plausible". I don't understand the motivation for establishing the pattern of functions they do in Model A, as far as I can tell their is no objective reasoning behind the way they order the function in Model A, or at best a weak reasoning.
I definitally like the Dictomies
I definitally like the Jungian Functions
I like the Idea of Ego/Super-Ego/Super-Id/Id......
but model A I am dissatisfied with and with the ordering of jungian functions in MBTI theories....
I tend to be
Intuition > Sensing
Thinking > Feeling
Introversion > Extroversion
Yet I can't find a good model to impose these conditions on and I am fairly sure of my observations
My model would probably be
Ti > Ne > Si > Fi
Ni > Te > Fe > Se
With Si, Fi, Ni, and Te possibly overlapping in the middle, and subject to redistribution amongst each other
Ti, Ne at the top - subject to redistribution
Fe, Se at the bottom - subject to redistribution
further more.... I feel like sometimes certain functions will "tunnel through" their heirarchy in some situations... ocassionally I'll be more Fe than normal or more Si than normal, but only on a temporary scale - like a sunspot thing, then I'll retreat back to the normal hierarchy and stay there for most of the time.
Now I just got to find a way to generalize this...... maybe someone else can lend me some data on if they think there observations differ from model a (or not)