I'm thinking now that humane
is a better term. It covers what "personal" is intended to mean in that sense, but it is not as fixed to one orientation as "personal", and not as generalistic (and also argued as to fitting one orientation of Feeling or another) as "empathy".
Also thinking that "established" for extraverted judgments might not cover all bases. Like when such measures as "efficiency" are mentioned (for Te), it's hard to link "established" to that. The standard might not be something already established (especially when the person is in the process of trying to establish
the external order in the first place!)
If a person decides on efficiency, what the standard is is a set
course of action. That is similar in meaning to "establish", conveying it is external to the judger, yet it allows for the standard to not already be preexisting, but rather in the process of being established. Like with the Pi, it is both "established" and "set" internally
, and the judger's course of action is [pre-]determined by this external source
, rather than his own evaluation of emergent variables.
So, now it should be:
Te set technicalities
Ti variable technicalities
Fe set humanities
Fi variable humanities
("humanities" short for "humane considerations").