As I experience dialogue with you it, you really don't listen (attend to the actual information in context) very well. I'm basing this on your interactions with me specifically (to be clear on the data I'm using for the following comments):
From that space: You appear to have a very very strong filter through which you run all incoming information, discarding and/or twisting and changing anything that doesn't fit with your existing biases in such a way that you can retain your biases in light of information (from my experiences, for example) that may challenge them. You've been doing this in dialogue with me about my lived experiences in various places and in multiple ways, and it's a large part of why I really don't like interacting with you in dialogue.
I seem to remember seeing some comments to the effect that you're trying to figure out your type. In case my perspective may be of use:
IMO, you're quite clearly some sort of judging-dominant.
I think someone mentioned ENFJ as a possibility for you in another thread. That's maybe possible IMO. I've known one confirmed ENFJ in real life, a co-worker. We were in a work environment that included reporting information to our supervisor. A huge difference I saw between us was that from my perspective, she kept cherry-picking and subtly changing information to fit and support the narrative (the story) she was trying to convey due to what she considered to be the best interest of the group. In contrast, I reported information more directly, including information that didn't fit one specific narrative and even information that could argue against important changes I wanted to see in the environment. I found it truly unpleasant to see her place Ni in service to her Fe narrative.
The thing is, to my eyes, she was much more obviously Fe than you are - she had a very obvious collective-values narrative, whereas your strong dominant filter presents (as far as I can tell) more as logic or faux-logic. Though I suppose it's possible that that could in itself be some sort of Fe narrative, depending on the context of your life ... I don't know.
As for Te-dom: I haven't known any ENTJs, but it's possible that Te-dom might work this way as well, though I don't quite know how. So I don't know about that.
And if I had to guess only one type for you: I have seen Ti-doms do the info filtering/twisting thing you do. If introvert is any possibility for you, I would say Ti-dom would even be my first guess for your type. The Ti-doms I've known have actively sought out engagement with me, and have tended to be rather persistent (sometimes with an almost entitled feel) in calling on me to share material from my experience. The material I share then gets twisted and changed in such a way that it appears related but in fact is no longer accurate to my experience. The twisting/changing process yields material that supports their existing internal Ti system, thus not only functionally protecting from any external challenge to their subjective belief/logic system, but actually creating the appearance that the external material supports their existing internal Ti system. This is done with a tone of cool logic, with the appearance that the Ti-dom is actually seeking information in an unbiased way, but that isn't what's happening.
I see all of this in your interactions with me in this and other threads.
It's possible that other types might do something similar but from different foundations. But if I had to guess (and again, it seems that introvert isn't under consideration? but) I would guess ISTP for you: Ti-Se-Ni-Fe. Your experiences with Ni could fit well with Ni as tertiary (not very well developed, but present enough, and somehow important to your Ti system), your references to Se could be to your aux function in service to Ti, and the way you deal with incoming information from outside of yourself seems, as I said, really Ti-dom to me given some other Ti-doms I've come into contact with.
eta: However, the Ti-doms I have known have seemed more ... sophisticated might be a good word? ... in how they twist external information to fit their existing internal system. There's a sort of sophisticated slipperiness in how they do it that I don't experience as much in how you do it. It's kind of like you use a blunter instrument to do the twisting. I don't know if this is relevant to the point of discarding Ti-dom as a possibility, or simply a Ti-dom variation I haven't encountered or something else entirely.
You don't feel/present at all like a Fi-dom to me, and I've known quite a few. Though there are probably variations I'm not aware of
Anyway, FWIW to you, or not.