The way I look at it is that we're stuck in this world with a drive to explain (human nature). We may as well take the data we see and try to put it into coherent systems. That's what MBTI is. Since the goal of the system is to describe cognitive behaviors, we should come up with the most efficient definitions for the terms we use in these descriptions. If we DON'T have simple definitions, the functions are useless as two people can disagree about describing the same behavior.
Sure, the world is complicated. But so what? The point of language is description. We should do that as efficiently as possible. A good definition is one that describes something well in the least words possible.
To be honest, this means nothing to me. I have no idea how it's relevant either.Without chaos there can be no order.
How? The brain is a physical thing. Physical things follow physical laws.Feelings, intuitions, hunches and emotions defy logic..
There is always logic.
I have no idea what this means.Defining them wont change their nature. That is a fallacy of conscious existence.
There is much more going on than meets the eye..and there is nothing "smoke and mirrors" and about it.