That's because ur an infj with a pimped up Ti, not an entp.
edit: I think the main problem here is that I and perhaps entps in general will even argue expressions such as 'black and white' and 'fuzziness'. You could say for example that in the end if there's an absolute truth there's a level of 'black and white interpretation' to everything, but then again even if you had that knowledge it'd still be like seeing an apple, what you see is just a construct based upon a 'reality' (you can't even say thing, things are a mental construct).
And hell, I could argue every single world for a year if I wanted to be 'precise', so I can't work in 'black and white'.
Think of a quantum computer, the 0\1 can be 60% at 0 and 40% at 1. It's the same thing.
I think that's what Ne+Ti is about.
Ni+Ti for example would rather be about taking 0 and 1, and zooming in to 10^-15 using different perspectives just as science uses different technics for different measured scales.
I agree; you said what I meant to say. Describing a phenomenon is a matter of coming up with a framework that accounts for all data (no exceptions). That framework is made up N intersecting spectrums (N dimensional), which can either be discrete (binary) or continuous.
I'm just arguing against half-assing theories. Or people that say "well, you know, phenomenon x just can't be explained -- it's too complex".
For every data set, there are an infinite amount of hypothetical theories that are consistent with that data. Most of the time, it's not too hard to find one. Bayes rule, blah blah, etc. etc.
Although I dont know what Evan is talking about I probably can relate to him on this one.
I think the Black and White view could be a thing, strong Ti and Te can fall victim too. I furthermore think, if you have a strong Fe or Fi its also possible to black and white the world, even when the view would be more personalized.
All in all I think it is a rational function expression.
In the world of the Senses or the possibilities I hardly think it is possible to limit or sort out your perception. As in: it is not possible to draw one meaning from this piece of art, which is made of a 1000 different colors or this relationship between the two, which was influenced through a 1000 different occasions.
"How dreadful!" cried Lord Henry. "I can stand brute force, but brute reason is quite unbearable. There is something unfair about its use. It is hitting below the intellect." ~ Oscar Wilde - The picture of Dorian Gray
Ti strives for clarity. If something is gray, it just means you need to come up with a better framework.
I hate it when things are gray -- I just take it as a sign that I need to think through it better.
P.S. Fuzziness is different than continuous functions. The opposite of discrete is not fuzzy, it's continuous. I consider spectrums to be black and white (black on one side, white on the other...it's still one dimensional...)
Also, I'm not saying everything is one dimensional. I'm just saying -- if your framework (some amount of intersecting spectrums) cannot accurately describe a phenomenon with no exceptions, it's not a good framework.