. I guess a theory that helps with self-improvement is deemed more important than others, regardless of the elegance of the symmetry. Hence, they will just want to take it like it is, and not bother so much with breaking it down to its parts.
The whole breaking it down to it's parts, honestly that's how I've been learning mbti. I really like clarity and precision. Honestly thing my Ti has been getting practiced since I've been studying the mbti. Just cause of the breaking it down to it's parts. I do love to do that. I've done that with everything though. I definitely prefer Te cause I like things in there most simple terms and when they can they can be applied *learning math
I have a hard time learning it so i just want to know how it can be applied. Anything I enjoy learning I break it down it's parts and examine them as to grasp it.
The elegance of the symmetry is very important as i am following the model cause with that I am understanding how to better "self-improve".
That's how i use Ti in following the model and taking it down to it's final parts, Ti is Fi's right hand helper in it's mission to find the self, define it and use the model to be a catalyst for inner growth and external improvement on behaviors. My Ne i think coupled with a decent Ti does allow me to have alittle fun with playing with it and breaking it down. It's alot of fun to refine it even if i already know what type i am.
Just thought i'd add more thought to this, when i let my brain sink in the information. I just realize how Ti i use especially with this MBTI stuff but it's all in the flavor of Fi. For instance one of my thoughts last night were that it's like Ti is the introverted auxiliary for me in a way. It supports my Fi as Ne supports it as well. Like Fi Ne Ti Si Te or Fi Ti Ne Si Te etc.
My Ti is not as refined as yours though hehe. It's definitely Fi's pawn XD.