Fe = commercialism damages the bonds of tradition and deep obligation that keep people together, replacing them with the more shallow obligatory bonds of thoughtless gift giving
Si = commercialism is highly untraditional, a new development that just isn't right
Ni = commercialism is utterly meaningless
Se = Cool, look at the newest stuff they're selling! Gotta get it before it's gone!
Ne = Heh, there's a ton of money to be made off of that idiot, even if it is somewhat wrong...
Te = Well, this will be a good opportunity to finally get some of those things I've needed, but haven't had the time to go out and buy, not to mention help my friends and family get some order in their life.
Ti = Commercialism in holidays is the confluence of many factors, such as the post-war economic prosperity combined with the development of advertising in the 1950s and 1960s (goes on for 10 pages)...