I think people often use questionable examples of what is sensing and what is intuition by making sensing incredibly literal and intuition incredibly mysterious. I'd like to see some scenes from TV or movies where people believe a character is using sensing or intuition and how would a person using the opposite perceiving function differ in approach. If this person is using that big ol intuition buzz phrase "connecting the dots" can you use this as an indicator to definitely say whether or not this person is a sensor or intuitive? If people draw the same conclusion, how would you tell how they arrived there?
I'll start. This is the final scene from The Usual Suspects (w/ spoiler). I believe this is an example of "connecting the dots" via sensing. Agree/disagree? I'm thinking problem-solving would be the easiest area to distinguish sensing from intuition because you can follow mental processes.
Another one I can think of is a scene from the most recent Harry Potter movie where Hermoine says, "Actually I'm highly logical which allows me to look past extraneous detail and perceive clearly that which others overlook." Hermoine is usually typed as an SJ which makes this statement a typological oxymoron.
What are some other examples you can think of?