Beyond what Socionics says in a neutral way about what dual-seeking/inferior function should be like, I'm curious to hear some opinions of Ti people..though there are probably few on the forum.
How do you perceive your own Fe-seeking? As interest in cultural traditions, rituals, and values (e.g. how death/transition or divinity are represented in various communities; a society's image and ideas about another)? as enjoyment of groups united through a dynamic atmosphere in following a cause? as simply being in a large crowd that's having fun and engaging all people (concert, carnival)? as being impressed by overt shows of emotion - regardless of what they are about?! does it matter at all how you personally relate to those people/groups?
Aren't you put off by too much Fe spectacles if you are so analytic and 'level-headed' and since you can see through most of it, I guess, and dissect it to the core? What if your opinion of a person is very low ... are you still turned on by their being expressive and all the jazz and trying to move you (also figuratively)? If you listened to a second ****** or Martin Luther King speaking, would you be swayed instantaneously - what if you hold opposing beliefs, how does that play out? I'd be curious to hear some examples about when and how you noticed your Fe-seeking have a say in what happened and not necessarily what you prioritized via Ti or what was most logically reasonable. Maybe also experiences from a time before you knew anything about personality theory or Socionics and basically you didn't think you should be 'Fe seeking' or you're supposed to like Fe people.
** I'm looking mainly for Ti opinions, but others who have noticed this kind of stuff and want to share smth. are free to do it.