I thought it was a good article and I have noticed some of those same things myself. I try to remember though that twodifferent types can come to exactly the same conclusion. Type does not determine action. The only thing I have seen different that I can think of a good example for is that my ENTP sister gets extremely impatient in phylosophical conversations. There is no doubt my or her mind that she is anything other than ENTP.
. This last sentance is pure words of wisdom, Trigun64. Thank you for that.Unfortunately, I find your proposition superficial. Not that it has no merit, but it lacks meaningful depth to me. A difference between inductive and deductive reasoning I guess.
The N/S breakdown merely differentiates the focus of Abstract vs Concrete, but not that of the Current vs Removed. Ne users and Se users will be operating much more in the "Here and now" compared to Ni users and Si users who's thoughts can seem removed from the conversation.
It seems that you value NF's and NT's, but do not quite understand SJ's and SP's. I would suggest getting to understand them a little bit better. Truly find out what motivates them, not what you think motivates them. Find their focus and you will find them.