as far as Se having no imagination, that's bullshit. First off, no function operates in a vacuum... where would the experiences and raw material to base imaginative leaps off of
COME from without sensing? Secondly, have you ever imagined a place you've never been before?
The way that the wind feels on your face, the way that the plants or ocean smell, the heat of the sun or the cool feeling from the dark on your face? You used Se to take it in in the first place to HAVE that data to work with... imagination comes alive with sensing, which I think is a frequently forgotten detail... why bother if you can't LIVE
Same applies to writing... the basis for the experiences, the feel of the room when something happens, what something smells or tastes like
... those details that make something REAL to someone else. Those are Se details in writing. Of course in the editing process I'm changing A LOT of things and have gone on a Ti research detour of a lifetime (yay for researching things! wiki walks FTW!
One piece of writing that always sticks with me is the description of a dry spell being ended by the entrance of the wet season in Monologue of Isabel Watching the Rain Fall on Macondo... it's by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, who thanks to his role in the use of Magical Realism would likely be put squarely into the "Intuitive" category by the forum in general... however, what they'd forget is the way that he can take the details of the sensory experience and make you feel it as if you are there... you can't do that if you've never REALLY lived it... yes, you need to use the intuitive functions, but they're dead bones without the flesh of sensation