If anyone from any culture, time period, etc., can generate the same logic all on their own with the same starting premises (i.e., impersonal rationality), then it's T. This is why the sciences and maths can be "reasoned out" anywhere regardless of who the person is; 2+2 = 4 and can be discovered/reasoned out no matter who you are.
If the outcome changes based on who is doing the reasoning or the culture they're doing the reasoning in -- i.e., the "rules" are not universal ones, but depending on the people/culture involved -- then it's going to be more aligned with F values. The rules are dependent on the person. There's more self-preference involved in the values -- "what resonates with ME?" rather than "What can be universally agreed upon as true, accepting these particular premises?"
(Here's a litmus test: How did you feel when you just read my response? Was there a reaction? Physical? Emotionally? Mental? What was it?)