So can you, one would presume. Despite that you mix up Jungian terms with MBTI ones.You can consult any basic text on MBTI for the distinction between functions and attitudes.
And where are your facts?Similarly, if you know that the continuum/dichotomy question has been resolved, please link details. That would be of great interest to many. Before you criticize someone else's information, be prepared to offer facts of your own.
Here's a "fact" for youhttp://harvey.psyc.vt.edu/Documents/...eyMBTI2001.pdfresearch has consistently shown that the bimodal score distributions implied by the “type” view of personality are not typically present in large, unselected populations
That E/I is a continuum has been known since Eysenck (at least). Try googling "ambiversion".
The other MBTI dichotomies haven't been shown to have any scientific validity at all. Consequently, most psychologists work with a trait theory of personality rather than a type theory.
Hope this helps.