Functions Mimicking Other Functions
I find this topic very interesting, however, though I've seen scattered comments concerning this topic here and there in separate posts on different forums, I have yet to see a specific area in which this topic is actually discussed in detail.
Source: William.Nighthawk — Functional CombinationsLooking at the functions we can tell that the difference between the functions are Ti|Te & Fe|Fi. Combining Se and Ti can create a fake version of Te. Se notices all the details while Ti organizes in the head. By having Se take the dominate position it forces Ti to organize outside the head and creates a simulated version of Te.
For Introverted Feelings you combine Ti with Fe and add a touch of Ne. The Ti is dominate so that forces Fe to keep all emotions inside. Fe will instinctively look at the emotions and know what another person is feeling. The trick here is that the fake Fi will do the same thing but instead of knowing its not their emotions it will force Fe users to see things as if they were. Ne is used to help find a little more possibility, and Ti is also there to force your thoughts onto the feelings and make you “think” they’re your feelings. A fictitious Fi
Unfortunately, I am not sure how to develop and add onto this, so I would like more input from the rest of you- preferably a set guide with all different types of combination and scenarios.
Format for guide if you wish to contribute:
1. function used most (bold this) + the next function used most = appeared function
in order words: ___>___>___ = ____
if you think there are more than one helper functions, add them in.
3. Example set in real-time.
1. Ne + Ti + Si = Fe
2. Si identifies present scenario as one that has happened before. Ne immediately draws out possible scenarios and solutions. Ti is able to then select the best possible action for a certain situation. And so, the outcome may look like Fe.
3. Many people come to me with problems because I try to look for the best possible way to maintain harmony while solving the issue. They think it's because I'm kind and considerate. What's really going on is, I'm giving them solutions from my experience since I've failed several times in the past and wish to avoid more issues. Basically, nearly all of my kindness comes from my failures- it's not because I care about others, but rather because I know what works and what doesn't work.
...If that sounded completely wrong, please correct me at once.
Why create this guide?
This guide would be extremely useful to spotting false behavior and false types as well as a guide to create an almost non-existing function based off of functions which one already has. Preferably, this guide will have different combination sets for each individual function.