I was wondering if it might work out to describe the tertiary and inferior functions as those which are used somewhat often but are the most consciously rebelled against.
INTP/ENTP=SiFe/FeSi=rebelling from past experience and connecting with others
INFP/ENFP=SiTe/TeSi=rebelling from past experience and organizing
ISTP/ESTP=NiFe/FeNi=rebelling from the forseen and from connecting with others
ISFP/ESFP=NiTe/TeNi=rebelling from the forseen and the organized
INTJ/ENTJ=FiSe/SeFi=rebelling from considering worth and the immediate context
INFJ/ENFJ=TiSe/SeTi=rebelling from analyzing and from the immediate context
ISTJ/ESTJ=FiNe/NeFi=rebelling from considering worth and from the possible meanings
ISFJ/ESFJ=TiNe/NeTi=rebelling from analyzing and from the possible meanings
So then, a common attitude for someone who is NTP would be that what is done is done, and to come up with the new and resist conformity. But at the same time, to go with the new is to build upon the past, and also doing so helps the NTP connect to people. But then someone who is NFP would be less likely to rebel in harmonizing and more likely to rebel against systemizing and such.
(Yes, the way I'm describing the functions here is probably oversimplified, but writing a paragraph on each one here would take too long...)
Does this way of looking at it work for anyone?
Anything that I should add or tear apart completely?