Jung in Plain Language, Part 1: Te and Ti

By Ryan Smith

As with all functions, there are two types of Thinking: Te and Ti. One is fed from unconscious premises, governed by what is important to the individual (Ti), and one is fed from external data and direct sense-perception (Te).

Extroverted functions are oriented to external data and to cognizing external data objectJungively, that is, as it exists without human cognitive filtering. ...

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