I dunno about that. I think that being aware of it necessarily means that you will be cognizant of HOW to stand firm against it. I rather thought this was more a question of capacity and experience determining what can and cannot be done. That's why I think EII could be good at this if they are staying in the debate over a Fi point or something. I'm not so sure there really are too many factors to consider - if the person is capable of it then they are capable of it, yannoe? If there are more situations where they cannot, then the rules are different for that situation, but when discussing a general rule we are trying to look at the average and not at the exceptions. Exceptions always exist to any rule, but they aren't always useful.I found it interesting because of the idea of EII's being 'aware of Se tactics' when Se is their PoLR. I also don't think there's anything to it, as there are just too many factors to take into consideration about i.e. the temperament of the person, if the topic is a sensitive one, what the general motivation is, how much free time people have etc. I'd say types with high-dimensional Se are probably more likely to respond in a 'suitable' way to something like pressuring from others, but again there's just too much to consider to come to a firm conclusion.
The question is basically whether EII would be good at this in something like 60-70% of situations. That's a good baseline. And when looking at that breadth of situations...I'd be inclined to say EII would not be good at staying in the argument.
I think the explanation for EII's burst of standing firm seeming that way in an argument is because their standing firm like that is unusual and thus MEMORABLE. We remember the times EII stood up more than the times they sat down. That's my theory.