My issue here, is with it "being natural". It's not being objectively analyzed in any real way. It seems like a paradigm that was created around an idea of elegance. Yes, the Ti in me is also a fan of symmetry and the conservation of linear momentum...but I see many here adopting a very un-Ti way of looking at things...I don't think we are being very objective here and taking FACTS into consideration without personal involvement. I think there is a somewhat inherent logic to how cognition works, but some are basing their views on axioms that are being taken for granted.
There IS subjectiveness in Ti. Just look at Einstein's refusal in accepting quantum mechanics. That's a good example. You say Fi is personal values and how your feel about it. I say Ti is personal axioms (things you know to be true just as an FP has things which he knows to be right) and how you think about it.If you take point of view that includes personal values/how you feel about it(Fi), it just is no longer an objective point of view(Ti).
Well, exactly. What use is my Fi if I'm programming, or solving a riddle, or seeing how a mechanical contraption works?But if there is something that you actually cant form an Fi judgement about, then it would be more easier to use Ti on it.
Still, I notice it very clearly in myself...that even when dealing with people, I can detach myself from my own opinion on things. And coherence in dealing with analogous situations is paramount.