I just feel Ni surrounding my psyche and filtering (with Si) the rational functions, in their contrasting attitudes, through it. As with anything ethereal, the more you look at it head on, the less you can really see it or know it or feel it. Ni (and Si, and the other irrational functions) in me is something I more intuit at work.
These specific ideas regarding Ni/Fe and Ni/Te are not my own. They are from Solitary Walker's works. His blog regarding it is on Type C.
Perhaps Ti and Ne? I know Ti/Se intimately and I don't find that istps change their mind very easily. I think Ti feels detailed and Te feels more far-reaching. Ti must find what makes something work. From my understanding (Lenore Thompson's wiki is very good with function definitions), Ti is very specific.I feel like Ti doms jump to all kinds of conclusions very quickly, but can afterwards change their mind just as quickly
Ti also feels very broad, for some reason. Te cares about the details. Ti doesn't. That's just my impression anyway (with nothing to back it up, unfortunately)
Me too! It takes ages for me to 'settle' on an opinion. But once I have an opinion, it's pretty hard to change it.
I have a hard time knowing if this is true for me. I guess it depends on how Fe + Te play in the decision. If I only have Fe on board, or Te on board (and the other hasn't really decided or I lack info in that regard), I won't be so hard headed about it; leaving room for Ni (or Si) to adjust to new information. If, however, Fe and Te have both corroborated some information, I will likely be much harder to sway. Like have the stubbornness of an infj/intj rolled into one. Otherwise, I perceive myself as pretty open-minded. Not sure if others would agree or not, but, yeah.