This is something I've been thinking for awhile. On an MBTI site, Personality Junkie, I read, "FPs, as well as some TJs, may protest against what they see as Ti-Fe attempts to “pigeonhole” them in human classification systems like typology...Fe focuses on human dynamics and human systems. Typology is a good example of an Fe approach, one which has the overall goal of improving human relations." Jungian typology starts with axioms and deduces from there. With little attention paid to induction or empirical evidence. If you read the Stratievskaya ENTj description, it sounds like they should hate typology. "LIEs understand easily, but are largely indifferent to, discussions that focus on the internal logic of ideas and systems. They perceive such logical systems as largely worthless..."
I ask because I seemingly have no problem in holding both Ti and Fi processes in my head. I have my own valued "canon" of artworks I find beautiful. But, I can look at a set of deductive principles and can appreciate the power of reason employed.