Seems External Static in general to me. You can't just have Ti and I probably automatically associated it with Se.
Originally Posted by The Ineffable
According to Aushra Augusta: http://socionics.us/works/socion2.shtml#1
Four perceptual elements of bodies (with their symbols):
— Perception of the appearance and shape of an object
— Perception of the inner content and structure of an object
— Perception of the external dynamics of an object — its movements in space
— Perception of the internal dynamics of an object — the changes taking place within it
Four perceptual elements of relations (with their symbols):
— Perception of the internal situation of an object
— Perception of time
— Perception of an object's position in space
— Perception of an object's attraction and repulsion
Comparing that with what I stated:
"The properties of a pencil such as its dimensions, color, material, mass, weight etc"
I can unproblematically agree that what I said fits with the description of . However, it can also fit with . Dimension, weight, color and mass(excluding material) are static properties derived from and used to determine one object's interrelation to other objects in space. None of these could be measurable nor observable without other objects in existence as they are all relative. Height, length, width, volume, etc all these are both fields and bodies, and when I will agree to these being more than is when we are discussing specific, actual objects and not speaking of abstract properties.
Overall I don't support such intensive Information Aspects analysis of words because one can easily overfocus on irrelevant or unsubstantial data and miss the point.