NTJ/NFP: The insides are the insides.
NTP/NFJ: The outsides are the insides.
NTJ/NFP: The outsides are the outer layers around the insides.
NTP/NFJ: The outsides are the outer layers around yet more outsides.
NTJ/NFP: It is the insides that determine a thing’s true nature and worth.
NTP/NFJ: It is the outsides that determine a thing’s relative nature and worth.
NTJ/NFP: The outside is impractical convention, to be disregarded in the name of authenticity.
NTP/NFJ: The inside is impractical crookedness, to be straightened in the name of harmony.
NTP: I trust the outsides because they form predictable patterns.
NFJ: I trust the outsides because they are shared with others.
NTJ: I trust the insides because the insides are the source of the outsides.
NFP: I trust the insides because I must be my true self.
NTJ/NFP: The insides are the essences; the outsides lead people astray.
NTP/NFJ: There are no essences; believing so leads people astray.
NTJ/NFP: The core is the core. It is the experience of ourselves in the world. It is the true heart of existence.
NTP/NFJ: The core is that there is no core. There is only an oceanic feeling where the boundaries between subject and object are lost.