Firstly, Jung speaks of the superior function as the function that is most differentiated. While we all have an idea of what that means (or at least can look up the definition of the word if we're unfamiliar with it), what I wonder is how each individual personally understands the idea of a "most differentiated" function.
Question 1: How are you personally able to discern differentiation when it comes to functions? How do you personally interpret what Jung means by this?
Secondly, I've heard some say that a function that isn't differentiated gets almost clouded by other functions and can't really stand on its own.
Question 2: What are characteristics of a differentiated function?