The LII creative subtype is always using Ne to broaden Ti. Ti observes a situation it hasn't seen before, and asks what it's structural makeup could be. Ne considers a million (or at least a dozen) possible forms of the structure encountered, and how it could fit into the knowledge base observed. What Ne does, is look for a neural match between the data encountered, and the Ne conceived. There is a "subworld" beneath interpretation, a truth that exists beyond context. We can say it is true because all information apprehended is reckoned by the brain through the brain, therefore the neural configuration of the information inside the brain is its true form. Ne sees this truth very easily -- it can strip all context away and insert a body of information into a completely different possible context, and thus interpret it differently. What Ne tries to do, is find a match between a body of context independent ideas with another such body. Then it tries to use the match as a guide by which to integrate information and expand the smaller body, using neural truth to anchor conceptual truth. It is weaker Ne relying on strong Ne, to create Ti. This observance of a weaker Ne concept in the context of a stronger Ne concept is the meaning of intuition as it is classically described, the fount of insight.