Originally Posted by proteanmix

I envision the functions on a spectrum where Fe-Te, Ti-Fi, Ne-Se, etc. are on opposite sides of the spectrum. So it makes more sense that Ti-Fe, for example, to repel like magnets because they're not on the same continuum. I was wondering that instead of Fe-Te being on a spectrum, maybe it could be Te-Fi or something, which would explain what miked277 was talking about. I'm trying to find the relationship for opposing functions, because they're related.

How can you guys be talking about a thing you are not talking about?

We have the aspect of ontology. This it is you are basically talking about, yes?

Say we have a continuum R (R for Rational). The continuum R has two end stations RT and RF. The end stations are not ontological antagonists; they are antagonists within the R.

At the RT station the F does not exist because it is rebuffed by T.

If we have the R continuum in a position x does it follow the Te/Fe continuum is not in a position x?
No.
Hence Te/1 = Fe/2.
Fe/1 = Te/2.
9/2 = 4,5 = 5