Perception deals in the components of the matrix
is portrayed as dealing with objects ("physical"; including people, events, etc), or what things ARE. They are portrayed as dots at the intersections of the grids
is basically what things DO, or how they work, move ("motion"), etc. Hence, the grid becomes abstract (dotted lines) with no objects shown
covers the entire matrix, or "wide area" Introversion covers a "local area"; perhaps a single object, or its immediate area.
So Introverted Sensing
will focus on a particular object and the sensory information incorporated into a localized matrix area. This will end up most dependent on a familiar and stable environment.
deals with objects in a wide matrix area, and hence, awareness of the immediate physical environment, and the enjoyment of sensory stimuli and living in the present.
: how things work/move in a localized matrix area. So it's more into the abstract principles that underlie a given event, not in the event itself.
how things work/move in a wide matrix area. Conceptualizes within the overall picture, and thus immediately aware of all the possibilities suggested by a particular situation.
Judging deals in the connections within the matrix
is holistic, establishing between multiple objects throughout the matrix. It maintains the integrity of these wide connections and not just the immediate structure. This will lead the feeler to be concerned more with people than things, and a broader perspective. So in the diagrams, you see a section of the matrix enclosed in a circle.
is linear, based on specific properties. So actions will only have to maintain the immediate matrix structure, and disregard all that is not directly related to the decision at hand. In the diagrams, you see the intersections of the grid (with or without concrete objects) with connecting lines making a path.
To understand how "holistic" equated to feeling, the key is in the word "harmony". Feeling provides a sense of how the world should be, with non-technical criteria, and hence, the association with emotions and attachment. Thinking deals in the technical connections, detached from any other consideration.
The attitude of the judging functions is determined by the perception attitude it is paired with (which of course is the opposite attitude). So extraverted Thinking and Feeling deal with local area matrices (not wide area, as you might assume), and introverted Thinking and Feeling deal with the wide area matrix.
This makes perfect sense. It explains why introverted judgments deal in universals, as well as the subjective factor. Universals are represented by the wide area matrix. The local area matrix is the "external" immediate environment the extraverted judgments deal in.
I thought if it in terms of anchoring. With Je, you anchor yourself to the local area, such as a group, organization, the immediate area, etc. With Ji, you cannot anchor yourself to the entire matrix (all of reality, or the universe). So you are basically anchored in yourself, so to speak. Like if you're piloting a ship at sea on the earth, you can drop anchor, and it will land on the solid surface under the water. Yet, if you're in space, you cannot drop anchor anywhere. According to Relativity, every object is basically it's own "at rest" inertial frame of reference. Hence, Ji dealing with subjective and universal things, and Je dealing with local externals.
So introverted Feeling
is holistic relationships over a wide area matrix. Universal and personal values and a desire of overall harmony in the overall environment.
: holistic web of connections within localized area: group, family, community, etc.
: linear connections suggested by overall external elements. It's not interested in the external situation, but any [universal or internal] understanding it may bring.
: linear connections within a localized matrix area. Hence, bringing order into specific aspects of life such as a particular organization or institution.
Bruzon also maps the functions to the brain hemispheres like Lenore Thomson.