I didn't want this to be lost in the shuffle of its thread, so I'm reposting this again.
I also wanted to give Psychdigg some credit for his idea..
This is pretty much 'blasphemy' in the world of Jungian functions. But I don't particularly care. So here it is:
The view that I quoted may only speak from the Perceiving perspective--external perceiving, internal judging. A Judging perspective may look completely different, and I'm wondering what that perspective might be for each of the four functions.
Is there anything that this view doesn't account for? Does it speak to you or resonate with you? Is there merit in combining the extraverted and introverted versions of the functions?