Could you please describe how the second and the third function clash ? And how this clash manifests in the types.
Since your second and third function are both complimenting and opposing functions (either perceiving functions or judging functions), they push and pull at one another, constantly, trying to bring one another into balance but instead creating a friction between them, sort of a snap-pull between two things that seem diametrically opposed.
IXFJ: Fe wants to judge things according to social behavior and external moral ethics, but Ti wants to understand not only the reasons why these decisions are being made but why it feels a compulsive need to judge them.
EXTP: Ti wants to assert the logical impracticalities of a situation astutely but also doesn’t want you to feel bad that you’re wrong (Fe), so it may hesitate to assert what it really wants to say in case you’re offended.
IXTJ: Te just wants to get things done and accomplish things, to objectively list the facts of the situation and move toward completion of the project… but Fi is reminding Te that these actions must align with an inner value system and Fi might even prevent Te from action that would be financially or job-wise advantageous because Fi believes to do so would be… immoral.
EXFP: Fi wants to indulge its feelings and come to a full understanding of them, aligning every action with an inner moral code of behavior, but Te demands action and reminds Fi that emotion or strong moral beliefs are nothing if they do not manifest in the real world, with tangible results.
ISXP: Se just wants to objectively assess situations and take action in its environment to bring about new and exciting experiences, but Ni is demanding it to ruminate on things and see beneath the surface, to find a core “truth” in what’s happening.
ENXJ: Ni wants to spend time ruminating in high abstractions and indulging in inner imaginative experiences, while Se is constantly distracting it with the desire to act in the environment and transform dreams into reality.
INXP: Ne wants to engage in all ideas and actively pursue novel experiences that will bring greater awareness of the connection between all things, while Si feels more comfortable staying home or reminding Ne that details exist for a reason.
ESXJ: Si constantly accesses what is familiar and understood, in a personal filing system, and yearns to cling to those perceptions and beliefs, while Ne is nagging at Si to break away from convention and explore alternative possibilities.