Quote Originally Posted by proteanmix View Post
Explain please.

Yeah, I knew all that. I need to think about this more so I can ask an answerable question.

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.
Well, your answer to Athenian confirms it.

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?
Hence Te/1 = Fe/2.
Fe/1 = Te/2.
9/2 = 4,5 = 5