Specifically for the LSI, the Vulnerable
function should manifest as an over-suspicion in any sort of complex theory explaining the present dynamics of a situation through analogical means or people pointing out parallels to things. Since the Ego is going to favor
, the LSI demands that any theory that explains what could be happening must be directly provable with tangible evidence (juxtaposing
favoritism/valuing, which is preferred to the LSI*). They trust the straightforwardness of information (a man with a gun standing next to a dead body is probably the murderer of the man) rather than what is seen as an over-complication of information or that things could be deeper than they seem (the man with the gun standing next to a dead body might have been framed by something larger than what is currently known). Ergo, LSI's find what they deem as "over-complicated" or "absurdly out of proportion" to be wrong, instead choosing to go with the cold, concrete facts of the situation (man + gun + dead body = murderer).
What you said about ambiguity is a typical reaction by a
ego, LxI and SxE
are generally made uncomfortable by any sort of theoretical ambiguity (what could be happening here) preferring to rush towards the problem and find some sort of physical bearings through facts and realistic data.
*The LSI, on the other hand, favors more than , which allows theories to be created from the presence of concrete information, as Introverted Intuition is the probable dynamics of the situation in the future and past. Whereas the LSI would criticize the ridiculous theory that the murderer was framed for the murder based on speculation, the LSI would be more likely to praise a theory that explains why the man was framed that seems reasonable through the pointing out of facts and the larger implications that can be derived from those facts, such as a hypothetical fact that the man had no records of owning any gun, which would at least imply that there is something else going on (anywhere from the man having stolen the gun to the man having actually been framed by someone).