I don't know if this is a common scenario among INTPs but I'm more like xNxP. Introversion and Extraversion side are almost dead even, so as the F and T.
Enneagram test that I took shows that I'm 4w5, and the cognitive processes test that I took reveals a hierarchy in this order: Ti>Ne>Fi or was that Ti>Fi>Ne.
So I have this picture that I have a strong Ne with Ti and Fi beating the crap out of each other in a race for supremacy or something, with my Te being average and my Fe negligible.
I saw some INTP members displaying their cognitive processes hierarchy and their Te usually scores high, usually 3rd, with Ti and Ne being the obvious strongest traits.
I was wondering, I thought most INTPs hate Te as much as any other INTP. Te makes one do the dirty work and its empiricist J fuction removes the creativity of Ne but anyway....
What do you INTPs think of Fi? Are your sentiments in opposition with your sense of logic. I care less with the sentiments of others (Fe), but being individualist, I think my Fi catches up with my Ti and I have this sense that Fi and Ti need not be mutually exclusive.
The way I see it
Fi - sense of morality/ethics
Ti - sense of logic
Aren't the two, in more ways than one, aligned? Or, do you as an INTP try to reconcile the two if they appear in opposition with each other?