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    Default Dual-type theory: IM-IE Function Pairings List

    This is a brief list. Because we all have different perspectives on how these functions interact, I'd like to create a list of the different ways these functions manifest, and what it means to experience them. Post your analysis of a pairing (you should know it when you see it) and I will edit this post to reflect your contribution to its understanding, using your name in the post.


    Information Metabolism-Exertion Function Pairings

    FORM:
    [IM function]: [exertion implication] [manifestation of IM function]


    Introverted Thinking (structure)

    Ti: structural implications of structure
    Te: structural implications of discourse and relation
    Fi: structural implications of motive
    Fe: structural implications of subjectivity
    Ni: structural implications of sequential progression
    Ne: structural implications of potential
    Si: structural implications of interrelation
    Se: structural implications of division/space


    Extroverted Thinking (discourse and relation)

    Ti: relational implications of structure
    Te: relational implications of discourse and relation
    Fi: relational implications of motive
    Fe: relational implications of subjectivity
    Ni: relational implications of sequential progression
    Ne: relational implications of potential
    Si: relational implications of interrelation
    Se: relational implications of division/space


    Introverted Feeling (motive)

    Ti: motive implications of structure
    Te: motive implications of discourse and relation
    Fe: motive implications of subjectivity
    Fi: motive implications of motive
    Ni: motive implications of sequential progression
    Ne: motive implications of potential
    Si: motive implications of interrelation
    Se: motive implications of division/space


    Extroverted Feeling (subjectivity)

    Ti: subjective implications of structure
    Te: subjective implications of discourse and relation
    Fi: subjective implications of motive
    Fe: subjective implications of subjectivity
    Ni: subjective implications of sequential progression
    Ne: subjective implications of potential
    Si: subjective implications of interrelation
    Se: subjective implications of division/space


    Introverted Intuition (progression)

    Ti: progressive implications of structure
    Te: progressive implications of discourse and relation
    Fi: progressive implications of motive
    Fe: progressive implications of subjectivity
    Ni: progressive implications of sequential progression
    Ne: progressive implications of potential
    Si: progressive implications of sensation
    Se: progressive implications of activity


    Extroverted Intuition (potential/imagination)

    Ti: potential/imaginative implications of structure
    Te: potential/imaginative implications of discourse and relation
    Fi: potential/imaginative implications of motive
    Fe: potential/imaginative implications of subjectivity
    Ni: potential/imaginative implications of sequential progression
    Ne: potential/imaginative implications of potential
    Si: potential/imaginative implications of interrelation
    Se: potential/imaginative implications of division/space


    Introverted Sensing (interrelation and sensation)

    Ti: sensory/interrelational implications of structure
    Te: sensory/interrelational implications of discourse and relation
    Fi: sensory/interrelational implications of motive
    Fe: sensory/interrelational implications of subjectivity
    Ni: sensory/interrelational implications of progression
    Ne: sensory/interrelational implications of potential
    Si: sensory/interrelational implications of interrelation
    Se: sensory/interrelational implications of division/space


    Extroverted Sensing (division of objects and distribution of space)

    Ti: divisory/spatial implications of structure
    Te: divisory/spatial implications of discourse and relation
    Fi: divisory/spatial implications of motive
    Fe: divisory/spatial implications of subjectivity
    Ni: divisory/spatial implications of sequential progression
    Ne: divisory/spatial implications of potential
    Si: divisory/spatial implications of interrelation
    Se: divisory/spatial implications of division/space

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    I'd call it 'structurally entertaining beliefs'.

    Here's how most of my school assignments are structured:

    [definite claim][because][claim that it is possible to imagine an instance of X][for example][specific instance of X][outline of a problem that would occur because of X]

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