On a lot of cognitive function tests I score very high in both Ti and Te, which got me wondering, is there a point in differentiating the introverted and extroverted versions of each function? What if we think of each function as just...N for example, and then if someone is N dominant we further distinguish them from others based on the proportions by which they use the extroverted and introverted functions, that way we can get rid of the strict orders of cognitive functions. I apologize if this is in fact what Jung or MBTI is all about, or there is something completely illogical about it, I am still new to this but it is interesting and I want to learn more about it and help make it more complete if I can, the better we understand humanity in general, the better we can understand ourselves.
So, all you rational critical types, please tell me (as nicely as possible) if I am 1) If I came up with and understand an already expressed theory and 2) if there are any significant faults with what I've proposed and what they are. Do this in as civil a manner as possible, being a snarky asshole does not help the quality of the discussion.