Rational versus Logical
I take slight issue with introverted functions being considered subjective. Now I understand by their very definition that introverted functions are subjective, but just because they are internal, does not mean that they are incapable of being void of personal bias. Subjective simply means something that takes place in one's mind, or something that is riddled with prejudice.
I am not one to normally complain about connotation and what not. However, I have seen a consistent misunderstanding with the use of subjective and objective to define the processes of internal and external functions. Because of this, I felt compelled to redefine these for better clarification. This is where Rational versus Logical comes into play.
Rational is understood as a soundness of ones mind, where as Logical is a reasoning that is outside one's self. So to disambiguate the understanding of internal and external functions, it would be more apt to say introverted functions are rational and extroverted functions are logical. Now this allows for either to be applied to the connotative understanding of subjective and objective. One can rationalize an action, but that does not mean that are right, as well as someone can come to a logical conclusion that is not necessarily the correct one.
Any misgivings about this? Any thoughts, ideas, comments?