We see the same thing presented here with Alerith, both Auburn and Alerith having essentially the same vultology at this point in time. At the time we made these videos we identified as “TiNe-Fe”, the Fe subtype “Psychoanalyst”, and it turns out that TiNe-Fe was TiNe l–l all along. We don’t see Ne visually present (no loose body swayings, bubbling momentum, perk ups) but we see the complete J axis represented.
These samples have a keen focus on psychology, human nature and the meticulous examination of people. But more than it being a passive interest, it appears to also become a center point of their work. The same Ji precision that other TiNe’s apply to their craft… is applied here to the differentiation of human qualities. There is a type of dissection of the soul, to examine it as if like a laboratory specimen. In some sense these types mirror the FiNe samples who focus on their interiority to inform them about what it means to be a living being. Yet the TiNe l–l approach the matter a little more from the outside-in than from the inside-out, focusing on what the externalities of humans (acts) can say about the underlying structure that evidences them.
The Psychoanalyst more generally applies to the use of Ti+Fe in any hierarchy, as the “question of human nature” is explored philosophically with the goal of deriving axioms (Ti) of conscious experience from the aggregated observable social effects (Fe) and creations people make in the world.