Does Ti sieve information for it's logical accuracy and consistency?
If so, is accuracy closer to truth?
If accuracy is closer to truth, does that mean Ti is anti-lying?
If it is anti-lying, does that make Fe pro-lying?
I understand that the dichotomous relationship between cognitive functions helps explain, (within the confines of the theory), how one always suppresses the other. Thinking is not often allowed to interfere with Feeling in a Fe dom and if it does, then it is never allowed to distort Fe aims, which is why it is not true Ti. The same, vice versa, goes for Fe in a Ti dom.
The difference is that Fe often only relies on the rational that...'other people think so' whereas Ti would appear to induce an examination of such information to see if it consistently holds together in the first place.
It is hard for me to ignore that this appears to conclude that Fe would go along with a bad value to preserve it's value and sense of 'feeling well'.
Have I understood this correctly?
I have probably over-simplified it.